posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 01:01 PM
reply to post by W3RLIED2
I tend to agree with all you said. But, the socialist, communist political platform is predicated upon the (State) as the supreme authority over it's
population. Our constitutional premise under the wording of ("we the people") was to give the people the authority over a limited government. Only
from that context, can freedom and personal liberties continue to exist.
The encroachment of any other political system, contrary to that original document , has the effect of nullifying those specified liberties and
Corporatism, as an exaggerated or bastardized form of capitalism, has the same nullifying effect on freedom and liberty, albeit the effect is
Slavery, be it political or economic, is still slavery.
Perhaps I am an idealist. But my sense is that (our) U.S. constitution, if adhered to, in the spirit and wisdom, of it's signers, is the single most
protectorate document for freedom and liberty ever created.
It seems that almost from the beginning, special interest groups, with nefarious agenda's, have continuously tried to
use, abuse, ignore or destroy the spirit of that document for personal or political gain.
I say we have the right and obligation (all of us) to protect and defend the constitution by all means necessary.
Is that not the oath all public servants must swear by. Those who actions violate that oath-----???