Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The U.S. Constitution is not a living document!

Now I know that the title of this blog could possibly raise some hackles, but give me a chance to explain.

Something that is alive will eventually die. No doubt about it.

I prefer to think of our Constitution as an IMMORTAL document that can never die. After 224 years I think that we can stop calling it an "experiment". What needs to be done however is to remove the progressive barnacles ; the 16th, 17th, and 26th amendments, the Federal Reserve Act and a few more from the New Deal and Great Society hoodwinks, and re-state the bounds of the 14th amendment to put an end to illegal birthright citizenship. We need to refocus the federal government back to its constitutionally restricted form instead of the economically crippling leviathan that is Washington DC now. This is not going to happen overnight nor is it going to be painless but it MUST be done or this great nation will be remembered centuries from now as another failed empire, along with Greece, Rome, Spain, and England.

Our Founding Fathers NEVER intended us to become an Empire. We are not the arbiters of what is right and wrong in the world. We are not the world's policeman. We MUST lead by EXAMPLE, and be that "Shining City on the hill", and STOP telling other countries what do do. It is pure hypocrisy to even try when our prisons are overflowing because of liberty infringing drug laws, WIDE open borders,and  poverty inflicted on generations of Americans dependent on Federal handouts. We've got Local, State, and the Federal governments all going bankrupt. Laws being passed daily that contradict existing laws, and yet our elected officials just don't get it. WE DON'T WANT OR NEED YOU TO GOVERN OUR LIVES (besides I like Happy Meals), just govern the communities as you are supposed to do within the legal bounds of your respective charters. Thanks to the T.E.A. party movement there is a light at the end of the long dark tunnel of progressive rule, we can only hope that it is not too late and the light we see isn't an oncoming freight train.

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