> Most American voters worry about the Constitution.
That was then.
This is now.
I venture that a majority of Americans either don’t know or don’t care about the Constitution.
"I venture that a majority of Americans either dont know or dont care about the Constitution."
It is only true of liberals. Everyone knows that they hate the Constitution and that that most of them don't even know the Constitution.
Probably because many of American's are new American's and don't understand the Constitution. Look at the things happening in this country as pieces of a larger puzzle...put them together and you should make out that we're being destroyed from within. Liberal/progressives want to destroy the Constitution and turn us into a socialist country, Hispanics want to turn USA into Mexico Two, homosexuals want us to accept their lifestyles as normal to under-mind our moral foundation, and radical Muslims want to change, no demand we change our religion to theirs. Let all that happen and what's left?
“I venture that a majority of Americans either dont know or dont care about the Constitution.”
The 2010 elections suggest otherwise.
A very good reason to start promoting the courses being offered for free by Hillsdale College. They do ask for a donation, but it is not tantamount to taking the course. You can order a book, rather large and worth the $35 which is a primer on the US Constitution. Money well spent. I think most parents whose children attend public HS should enroll their HS students in such a class. For one, it seems that it is not being taught any longer in the country’s HSs, unless to home-schooled children, so it might be a start to getting a better understanding of the limits of government, Congress per se, and the president. It’s a real shame that we have come to this place, but it has been deliberately done. The left doesn’t want an informed public. They want to feed them the sound-bites they want them to believe in. Period!