"On every question of construction [of the Constitution] let us carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates, and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text, or intended against it, conform to the probable one in which it was passed."
Thomas Jefferson - Letter To Justice William Johnson, Monticello, June 12, 1823
Thomas Jefferson explains how Supreme Court decisions should be made in regard to constitutional issues. We're not to try to apply current ideology or some kind of misguided "enlightened" thinking when considering cases of constitutionality but to apply the principles and ideas of the times and of the men who built this republic. Principles and ideas. Meaningless words in our country today but words that our colonial forefathers put their lives on the line to defend and uphold. Ideas of liberty and honor inspired men of principle to form a government that did not determine and distribute rights to it's citizens but a government that protected the inalienable rights that all free men have under the rule of legitimate law and god. Of all the political an social ills we face today, none confuse me more than that of a seeming majority of Americans willing to give up the freedom that so many Americans before them died to preserve, under the misplaced notion that the government will in turn, ensure their personal security. My freedom is not nor never will be a bargaining chip in such an unholy barter. Our government has become a power-hungry whore, pimped out by politicians and lawyers in the brothel of our courtrooms, whos price is nothing less than our liberty.

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"We can't be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans..."
President Clinton, as quoted in USA Today, 11 Mar 1993, page 2A

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"The Constitution is a radical document ... it is the job of the Government
to rein in people's rights."
President Clinton, again, May 1994, MTV's "Enough is Enough."

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What can -you- do to wage war on the freedom-robbing control freaks that want to legislate your rights away little by little, year by year? First of all you can vote. But until more people think the way you do are the majority when it comes time to tally votes, you are going to have to do more. The single most effective thing you can do other than vote is to communicate with those elected to represent you at all levels of government. Click here for a list of this area's current state/fed representatives and their "net" contact information. Phone numbers and addresses will be added soon. For those of you in other areas, a link will be provided to locate your federal representative by zip code. State locators will be available soon. If you email your representative, keep in mind that most will send a simple email msg thanking you for your input and telling you that if you want a real response to leave a postal address on your email to said rep. Your voice means nothing if you are not willing to put your name to it. Anonomous stuff rolls in those offices by the ton and is ignored by the ton.

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