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Guns and the President

PatriotAfire Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 9:48 AM
Obama and his surrogates in the media are relentless in telling us that times have changed and therefore our Constitution, as a "living document," must also change with the times. This is not true and never will be true. Yes, our society has changed radically. Our youth and 20s-30s generation think by images and sound bites and no longer by logic and reason. What has not changed are the things George Washington and our early patriots lived for, the things they fought for, and so many died for. We still live for them and we must still fight for them even unto the death. They are the things imperishable to the survival of our nation. They are the breath of our Liberty as Americans. Lest We Forget.
djgarbis Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 10:49 AM
Well said! Principles are eternal - not subject to change for the sake of convenience...
Truckman Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 3:02 PM
Absolutely right. No matter HOW much the world may change,the very concepts and,ideas and Principles in the Constitution are timeless,and will be as relevant now as when they were written. As long as America holds true to the Constitution as the guide,America will flourish,as it did until Politics sought to "reinterpret" its tenets to fit a less than honorable agenda.
Here is an uncomfortable pop quiz: Who has killed more children, Adam Lanza or Barack Obama? We'll hold off on the answer for a few paragraphs while we look at the state of governmental excess -- including killing -- in America. But you can probably guess the correct answer from the manner in which I have posed the question.

We all know that the sheet anchor of our liberties is the Declaration of Independence. The president himself quoted Thomas Jefferson's most famous line in his inaugural address earlier this week. He recognized that all men and women are created equal and endowed...