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Americans Are Worrying About the Constitution Again

If the Constitution of the United States does not mean EXACTLY what it says -- according to the plain meaning of the terms as understood at the time it was written -- then there is no point to having a constitution at all.
julybaby Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 7:36 AM
True. But no one WANTS it to mean what it says, because it holds them accountable for their behavior and THEN they will be exposed as hypocrits. Nobody wants that. . . ."for men love darkness rather than light. . . "
Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 8:02 AM
Those who understand the value of liberty love the constitution and want everyone to know the truth and to follow it scrupulously.

"I don't worry about the Constitution," said Rep. Phil Hare, Democrat of Illinois, at a town hall meeting where voters questioned his support of the legislation that became Obamacare. You can find the clip on Youtube, where it has 462,084 hits.

That was before the 2010 election, in which Hare, running for a third term in a district designed by Democrats to elect a Democrat, was defeated 53 to 43 percent by Bobby Schilling, proprietor of a pizza parlor in East Moline.

A lot of politicians are worrying about the Constitution these days. Liberal commentators were shocked this...