The Constitution: A rule book for Democracy
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#1 Mar 11, 2011
Hey Dumbo Jim how come you stupid tea baggers forget the part about General Welfare of the American people? What use is a national defense when over half the nation is too fat to fight? Since when did the Constitution allow for defense company welfare state and this is okay for you fat lazy tea bagging idiots.
The Constitution was written by men, not God, and they were smart enough to know that America would change over the years. They allowed for our Government to make changes as required to support the foundation of the original document. You tea baggers like the defense welfare part but hate the general welfare part, I got it.
But do us all a favor and stop acting the the Constitution is a holy document written by God. The thing is not perfect because it was written by imperfect people, and managed by imperfect people for over 200 years, so get over yourself.
#2 Mar 11, 2011
The constitution is NOT a rule book for democracy, but quite the opposite it guarantees a republican form of government.
It's a huge difference which very few politicians realize.
"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands,..."
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