By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Congie DeVito spent much of his life in a wheelchair, battling a rare bone disease. Most of that time in the past two decades, he also spent working for West Point Thoroughbreds and watching just about every Temple football and basketball game he could.
"He was such an outspoken, wonderful, positive personality — probably the biggest personality that I've met in my whole life," Mike Masiello of West Point Thoroughbreds said, struggling to speak through tears. "He was such a great person, and he's got us all here, and this is the most amazing thing that's ever happened to us."