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What If the Government Rejects the Constitution?

JD7 Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 11:38 PM
Hey, Judge Napolitano: I usually agree with your theses, but "What if, what if, what if..." ad infinitum is no way to write an article. I get sick of your gimmicky writing style three paragraphs into your column. Ask the question and answer it. Every time I see one of your articles shot through with question marks and no answering statements, I'm gonna skip reading thos articles. TELL us what you think and quit posing hypotheticals. It is a lazy way to write a column.
Anonymous12881 Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 1:48 AM
jdz7 this is the problem. People like you who don't bother or are just to lazy to think for yourselves. What do you think? Would these situations be acceptable to you? If so, then you need to move to China.
What if the government never took the Constitution seriously? What if the same generation -- in some cases the same human beings -- that wrote in the First Amendment, "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech," also enacted the Alien and Sedition Acts, which made it a crime to criticize the government? What if the feds don't regard the Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land?

What if the government regards the Constitution as merely a guideline to be referred to from time to time, or a myth to be foisted upon the voters,...