Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Allegiance To The Constitution, Not The President

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The Constitution was not written in the name of our leaders, but by the authority of "We The People." It was expected that the people would enforce leaders' duty to preserve, protect, and defend the constitution.

If our government no longer faithfully adheres to the Constitution, ultimately the problem is that we are not doing our part as enlightened citizens; and when we find that the government's current actions are out of step with the Constitution, it is our duty as citizens to act.

Most basically, we have the duty to throw out all elected officials who abuse the Constitution and to replace them with new officials who will faithfully preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution.

For years, Americans have remained silent as our government encroaches on our freedoms. Join Michael Farris, founder and chancellor of Patrick Henry College and Chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association as he delves into the history of our nation's most important document and provides the training to turn America back towards a proper understanding of American Liberty.

~More here

The only problem is that we don't have men who faithfully uphold the Constitution. Certainly not in either party. As long as men think politics is their game using us as pawns for their power and money, making backroom deals and throwing principles under the bus, there is no way we can regain a decent leadership and we'll just witness the disintegration of our law of the land: the Constitution.

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