Posted by realetybytes on Thursday, April 01, 2010 10:55:21 PM
“WE THE PEOPLE”…
Three words that changed the world. Two hundred plus years ago, people banded together in the name of freedom and the right to control their lives and property, willing to die for their “Creator” given rights, as in:
We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union…
Today, these same three words represent the ruling elite political class , as in:
We the people of Congress decree, “you little people will follow all the laws we exempt ourselves from, and pay all the bills for our failed policies and shut up about it or you’re a racist”.
“LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS”.
A phrase representing the American dream, rights guaranteed by our “Creator”.
Today, two out of three have been regulated away, and the third is unimaginable without the first two!
No one is guaranteed life, mom can kill you anytime. If you manage to avoid that situation and be born, you now have to pay a fee for merely existing in the United States, and if you do not purchase their extortion , I mean Health care, the IRS will deprive you of your liberty, either property, money, or, should you remain adamant to a degree with which they disapprove, freedom.
THE TENTH AMENDMENT.
I’m too lazy to type it out, but most of my readers know what it says, (most good Americans know the rules of the game), and the rest of you can go look it up.
Currently, their are at least 37 states suing the Federal Government for ignoring the limits of power imposed by the Constitution. The basis for the next big fight for this Facist behemoth currently ruling us, taking over business and dictating outcomes as opposed to access.
“WHEN IN THE COURSE OF HUMAN EVENTS IT BECOMES NECESSARY TO DISSOLVE THE POLITICAL TIES THAT BIND…”
Words that started this great experiment in freedom and liberty.
May be seen with greater frequency in the coming years, should be read and studied by our non-representative rulers. Those that do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it, I hear.