Rights AND Responsibilities

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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 05:36 PM
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Our rights as American citizens (those of us who are in the US) were laid out by the US Constitution and the laws of our nation. Our forefathers who created the Constitution spelled out what our rights would be, what we would be given as citizens, what standard we would live by.


Yes the US Constitution is the law of the land, given to We The People by our Founding Fathers. Those who dont believe in that, or whom do not like it, are free to get the hell out of the country any time they wish.

Its that simple. We can do quite nicely without Traitors here in America.
edit on 25-1-2013 by ResistTreason because: (no reason given)




posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 05:45 PM
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Originally posted by Krazysh0t
reply to post by HopSkipJump
 


The third party candidates are horrible? How do you know? In fact how much do you know about those candidates that the MSM didn't tell you? Did you look into what they stand for? Did you read up on their issues? Do you even know their names? Your entire post just sums up what TPTB want you to think. The whole "Lesser of two evils" thing just plays right into their hands. When a Republican or a Democrat wins, they win. Change cannot and will not happen with either of these two political parties.

Case in point, Obama has extended and even added more of many of the same policies as Bush including but not limited to: Patriot Act, corporate welfare, unending wars, out of control spending, lies, and non-transparent administration. While these issues were yelled about day and night by the MSM during Bush's presidency, they are strangely silent about it now. Yet we all know that they are happening.


Nowhere did I say the third party candidates were horrible. Reread the post.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 05:49 PM
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Ok let's go with that then. My point still stands, when you vote for one you are voting for the same thing as if you had voted for the other. The "Lesser of two evils" stigma is false. You have to vote third party to break the cycle. Romney or Obama, it wouldn't have made any difference, we'd still be in the same situation today with the same goofballs in power doing the same bad policies. They'd just be slightly differently worded or addressing a slightly different issue.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 05:52 PM
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Originally posted by Krazysh0t
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Ok let's go with that then. My point still stands, when you vote for one you are voting for the same thing as if you had voted for the other. The "Lesser of two evils" stigma is false. You have to vote third party to break the cycle. Romney or Obama, it wouldn't have made any difference, we'd still be in the same situation today with the same goofballs in power doing the same bad policies. They'd just be slightly differently worded or addressing a slightly different issue.


Not saying it's the right thing to do, just saying that's what people are doing.





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