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Since the current Congress has apparently managed to institute absurdly UnConstitutional Laws, a Bill of Rights to extend Government Power is not far-fetched.

Best regards to all,

1 posted on 07/26/2010 2:56:51 PM PDT by Copernicus
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To: Copernicus

Governments have no Rights; only Power and that is usually at the end of a sword or gun barrel!

Anyone who thinks different is one of the following, ignorant, delusional or useful idiot…


2 posted on 07/26/2010 3:04:50 PM PDT by ntmxx (I am not so sure about this misdirection!)
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After that statement made the rounds I thought Lawrence Tribe would have tried to have Husseins law degree yanked for cheating in his con-law class faster than USC chucked Reggie’s Heisman.


3 posted on 07/26/2010 3:06:14 PM PDT by kbennkc (For those who have fought for it freedom has a flavor the protected will never know .F Trp 8th Cav)
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To: Copernicus
Obama asserted that the biggest problem with the Constitution is that its Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments, place limits on government power.

This is embarrassing. How do people who voted for this @#$^!@# not run off cliffs? The news should be filled with stories of people who set themselves on fire screaming for forgiveness. This is at least a 10 million Hail Mary offense.

5 posted on 07/26/2010 3:09:21 PM PDT by Do Be (The heart is smarter than the head.)
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To: Copernicus

Bookmark.


9 posted on 07/26/2010 4:59:34 PM PDT by Sergio (If a tree fell on a mime in the forest, would he make a sound?)
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