Ron Johnson Caption Contest: What Does Ron Johnson Think the Constitution Means?
Johnson Calls Constitution “Hard to Study,”
Wants “Freedom” to be Confused
When the Onion recently ran the article "Area Man Passionate Defender Of What He Imagines Constitution To Be" in the print edition, we couldn't help but think of Wisconsin Tea Party Activist and millionaire Senate Candidate Ron Johnson.
After all, here is what Ron Johnson thinks of the Constitution:
"You know what, I will say, you know, prior to doing this I’ve sat down and read the Constitution, probably, clearly, probably 3, probably about 5-6 times. It is not an easy document to read. It is not, unless you study it in detail. It is hard to study, (It's) so broad…" [Rock River Patriots 6/11/10.]
"There are some very basic things, you know the right to free speech, the right to bear arms, that are very easy to understand but still are disputed, which to me kind of amazes me. There are also things that aren’t quite so easy. ” [Brookfield Chamber of Commerce Debate, 6/21/10]
Given Ron Johnson’s admitted confusion over the Constitution, what do you think Ron Johnson imagines the Constitution stands for?
Help us caption the photo in The Onion article. Scroll down and post your comment below. We’ll post the winning caption on our blog and Facebook next week.