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Just curious: You do know that you could not write this criticism in North Korea. But you also know you are free to write it here in the US. A pro writer writing that the constitution is dead, seems a little oxymoronic, or did I miss something?
The argument being that were the Constitution dead no American could say so? As Spock would say, that is illogical.
I gather you have never spent time in a communist country. For it is completely logical and real. The only thing that gives you the right to speak freely is the constitution. Syria, Myanmar, Vietnam, North Korea, China have no such right.
We live in the western world. Only one western jurisdiction has the US Constitution, but all western jurisdictions tolerate a degree of free speech. The dichotomy of Constitution or Communism is a false one.
Many USA citizens have accepted the current façade as acceptable. Those citizens need to wise up if the nation is to be restored.
Attikos, I don't believe we are beyond hope. We have a heritage and history like no other nation on earth. Many true Americans still remain.
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The current scandals have shown that corrupt leadership continues to drive toward the destruction of America. In order to begin the restoration, the citizens must replace the corrupting leader. Through this effort, the nation will restore freedom.
I sure hope you are wrong. I believe the nation's citizens must begin to restore the nation with increased reverence through God.
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