Judge Andrew Napolitano on the Possibility that November Changes Nothing


What if the principal parties' candidates for president really agree more than they disagree? What if they both support the authority of the federal government to spy on Americans without search warrants? What if they both support confining foreigners, uncharged and untried, in Guantanamo Bay? What if they both believe the president can arrest without charge and confine without trial any American he hates or fears? What if they both believe in secret courts—kept away from the public and the press—that can take away the rights of Americans? 

In other words: What do we do, asks Judge Andrew Napolitano, if the biggest difference between Romney and Obama is how they spell their names?