no right to address meeting, ever even under KING George?
Posted in the Carver Forum
#1 Aug 28, 2010
What good is a public meeting if the citizens are denied their right to seek redress of grievance at the meeting?
Does this mean there NEVER WAS A RIGHT to address public servants, even in 1774?
If it is not a right now, was it ever a right and does that mean we are not a legitimate nation?
You cannot use unconstitutional means to achienve constitutional results.
See the problem?
Maybe we still belong to the KING if no one has the RIGHT to address a public meeting.
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