Originally posted by SkepticOverlord
But a constitutional amendment that narrowly defines one view of morality is a very bad thing.
There are a couple of problems with this particular issue. A constitutional ammendment protecting "traditional" marriage is not legislating
morality at all, it is protecting what a small and new (to the American political scene) minority is trying to pervert. Again, it is not making the
act of homosexuality illegal, it is merely protecting the idea and roll of a marriage. Even if it were a legislation piece that made a particular act
illegal, as long as that act is immoral by the nation's standards (Not the standards of another nation that is based on another set of doctrines or
beliefs), then it is proper. Law is exactly that, legislation of morality. It is statutes (Commercial in nature, created for the Straw Man, who is
tied to the federal government and owes for the federal debt created by the non-republic (Notice, not Republican, but republic) and is himself not a
sovereign man on the land. Much difference there. Which leads me to one more point:
The "moral" breakdown of this nation was not populace-driven. I know many of you think your ideas are your own, but they aren't. Not in this
case. This breakdown has been choreographed for decades. Everything from the takeover of the public schools to further left-wing doctrine while the
children are away from the parents for 8 hours a day during their formative years to the continuous assault on family values by cable and networks,
continously ratcheting up the level of depravity.
The credit cards, which were once only for the wealthy, the ones who can afford to "put it on plastic", are now in the hands of college kids and
lower to middle-class alike, putting a huge chunk of the nation in debt. Who owns your debt? Basically, the same ones who own this country and most
other countries in the Western World.
The two parties that run the government of this country are closer together than most realize; Skeptic has very clearly pointed this out. I want you
conservatives to really watch how much of the conservative agenda is pushed during Bush's 8 years. There's a lesson to you Libs in that, and as a
matter of fact, if you look back at the Clinton years, how much of the liberal agenda was actually seen through? Well, that's the same amount the
Cons are going to see.
Politics is a sport for us, just like Football. Who are the ones who are really making themoney in football; you? Nope. The owners. Who makes the
money in politics? You? No, not even you who expect the government to give you something. It is the owners. Some of the owners live here in this
country, many live abroad, some names you don't know, some you'd recognize, but in the end, while we are in an environment where the constitution is
only given lip service because it really doesn't pertain, much of the country's sovereignty has already been signed over to the U.N. and they keep
us so busy arguing about problems they created for us in the first place, it really doesn't matter.
What does Dick Cheney and Bill Clinton and George Bush '41 have in common? They all belong to the same clubs. And I ain't talking about no kid's
crap like the Skull and Bones bullcrap.