posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 11:00 PM
reply to post by Snarf
Are you asking a question, or just shouting propaganda? I'd really like to know, because I care about you and the Constitution. I care about
America, and, I'm guessing you're an American citizen.
I don't care about the radical movements at all. And I guess that's my bad for being somewhat ignorant of what those movements are proponents
What I'm "for" is the upholding of the Constitution. That includes the right to express one's beliefs, the right to bear arms, the right to
practice one's religion, etc.
I also believe in the fact that people, when impacted by negative external forces, can survive if they come together, and act in the interest of the
members who chose to work together. The ideal that only the strong survive is something that should be considered only in a "wild" sense, where
people who CAN DO, should help and provide for those who ABSOLUTELY CAN'T provide for themselves. I guess that's where right minded people who
label themselves Republican or Democrat differ, which is unfortunate, because all "right minded" people should be able to get along and not see
Government as a tool or an enemy in favor of one label or another.
Which is why, I think, change is needed in the current form of government, albeit absolutely non-violent, which is where the U.S. Constitution comes
into play. It's our right to redress government.