By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Samoa plans to leap 24 hours into the future, erasing a day and putting a new kink in the Pacific's jagged international date line so that it can be on the same weekday as Australia, New Zealand and eastern Asia.
"It will be really confusing for us. I just don't see the point, and we don't know the benefits yet," multimedia company official Laufa Lesa, 30, told the Associated Press in an interview from the Samoan capital, Apia. "The government says it's good for the economy, but it's totally fine the way it is now."