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Let's suppose a President decides to ignore a different amendment to the Constitution.

This amendment guaranties the right to bear arms and the President based on his fear of losing power suspends it due to disorder in the country. The founding fathers felt this liberty was essential in case a tyrannical government was in place and a remedy was needed. When the President takes this action the people decry his motives, but he insists it is necessary and asks for all arms to be turned in.

A fundamental liberty has now been lost. By suspending the amendment isn't the constitution suspended as well?

Comment Posted By Jason M. On 23.12.2005 @ 14:58


...Carter and Clinton did the same things..

So they suck too.

Comment Posted By Jason M. On 21.12.2005 @ 18:22

A senior at UMass Dartmouth was visited by federal agents two months ago, after he requested a copy of Mao Tse-Tung's tome on Communism called "The Little Red Book."

Two history professors at UMass Dartmouth, Brian Glyn Williams and Robert Pontbriand, said the student told them he requested the book through the UMass Dartmouth library's interlibrary loan program.

The student, who was completing a research paper on Communism for Professor Pontbriand's class on fascism and totalitarianism, filled out a form for the request, leaving his name, address, phone number and Social Security number. He was later visited at his parents' home in New Bedford by two agents of the Department of Homeland Security, the professors said.

Comment Posted By Jason M. On 21.12.2005 @ 14:41

An unconscious defense mechanism characterized by refusal to acknowledge painful realities, thoughts, or feelings.

Rolls On The Floor Laughing My Ass Off.

Comment Posted By Jason M. On 21.12.2005 @ 13:45


You sir is in denial. Least I go on the page would fill of numerous examples of mischief. Abandon your shroud of naked obedience and delight in the vision and sound of truth before you.

And this: The Carnegie Endowment report offers a detailed examination of the way the administration officials distorted intelligence by ''the wholesale dropping of caveats, probabilities, and expressions of uncertainty present in intelligence assessments" from their public statements.

Comment Posted By Jason M. On 21.12.2005 @ 13:33

The record of this President is one of misleading. We now know that he used information for starting a war that was unverifiable and presented as fact. He has also mangled the law before to suit his needs on torture. Leaked portions of the now defunct Patriot Act 2 had provisions to strip citizenship. I am now waiting for Bush and Company to introduce the New Improved US Constitution since this one is over 200 years old and irrelevant since 911, free speech gives comfort to the enemy. The founding fathers after all could not have anticipated terrorism and we want you to be safe.

Comment Posted By Jason M. On 21.12.2005 @ 11:45

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