Yes, it’s true as Mr. McCarthy says:
The United States Constitution is a compact between the American people and the government they created. It endows Americans with protections against U.S.-government overreach. It does not extend to the rest of the world. The central government was created, in large measure, to protect Americans from hostile foreign actors. The Constitution does not grant aliens outside the United States — especially alien combatants who levy war against the American people — the protections American citizens enjoy against U.S.-government infringement on their lives, liberties, and property.In fact, I wouldn’t have an issue with the first article were it not for the fact that Rand Paul did not take the position of which he was accused by Mr. McCarthy. I have listened to Mr. Paul’s speeches and did not perceive him speaking from some kooky Libertarian philosophy ever. He quotes the founders and the Constitution. Though, I confess myself horrified if Conservatives find something wrong with that as it seems Mr. McCarthy was implying in his rant against Mr. Paul.