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What's Your American Dream?

CarolynAlder Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 12:11 PM
I dream of an America who understands that the structure of the Constitution was designed to control the national government, and Americans who are not constitutionally illiterate. How do people think that the U.S. became the strongest and most prosperous nation on earth?
pinenee Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 1:40 PM
If and when you control, the controlled will attempt to respond and react, perhaps with control. Think, each individual American citizen as being free and equal. Lost in the debate, government is also an individual. A citizen should attend, respond and understand it with solid, respectful, and real objectives.
What reason you have for not changing "some", "most", or just a few of your dreams? The United States of America became deathly ill and died. When that America died, with it went certain types of dreams, With its death, certainly went, those ways of achieving dreams.
pinenee Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 2:21 PM
Ms. Alder citizens create "governments" but, never allow "government" in the arena of life. A citizen must be able, emotionally stable, and physically capable. In our nation we don't have a "government". In our country we work, go to school, attend dances, and go the bank. On the first Tuesday in November every two years we vote.

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