The Constitution Has Become a Religion

The Constitution Has Become a Religion

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let’s talk about the constitution i’ve
have been really thinking about this for all of this time that we’ve seen the
constitution become the object of basically fetishes that it has become an object of dogmatic
religion i mean but let’s think about the things about the comparison and v compare and contrast and like you and
see how they are similar the bible and the constitution both are constantly
misrepresented and misquoted accidentally and deliberately to serve specific political or moral agendas both were written anytime of slavery but signified nothing
condemning slavery as we have pointed out many many times conservatives now
have made a habit of holding up the constitution as some kind of final and
ultimate arbiter of life and lost to a level that really exceeds rationality
which is something similar between the constitution and between in religious conservatives
and the bible in one of the country is there’s so much obsession with a document written hundreds of years ago when any type of law is discussed having
the time to are you aware of any similar failed fetishes and that is taking place
with an equivalent to a constitution anywhere else there is also a little bol diya justices
scalia and thomas adhere to textual ism an original is a man the waiting through
the constitution and that sort of like un analog of young
earth creationism and taking the scripture in this case the
constitution literally in terms of it being a completely absurd
a way of interpreting at the pics what they would criticize as the living
constitution theory in quotes is what i would refer to as an analog of
people who e-mail catholics and jews and all sorts of people who look at the gut
the bible and they say oh boy you know when it says the earth was created in
seven days it’s a metaphor it’s not literal and maybe we should
reinterpreted based on what science has now shown and i think it’s the same type of
absurdity lewis i would not be surprised to hear to
actually i mean i i understand the constitution has become kind of a
defacto religion but and this may even exist and i’m
sorry if i’m not aware of it an actual religion based on the constitution well that would involve uh… dat of
some sort of right by definition any father c_i_a_ backlit uh… that would be a scary thing because then
you know we you will have uh… like he said even more misinterpretation no question that i thought oh one thing
out there is a term for this in academia told the american civil religion as
people look it up uh… there’s a wikipedia article about
it’s the idea that in other words it gives the name toward
describing the idea that there is some kind of nine official civil religion
using the constitution as as the scripture and the founding fathers as the d_a_’s
if there had to be a modern-day had of that religion who would it be would it be like sculley uh… wayne
lapierre would it be wayne lapierre from the n_r_a_ yahoo would it be well here’s where we should do we need
to get on the ball here and we need to form his religion ourselves as a non
profit so that it is our interpretation of of the constitution that is attached to
this religion

100 thoughts on “The Constitution Has Become a Religion

  • mark ross Post author

    We need a Constitution that is relevant to the 21st Century.
    We need a Constitution that speaks to the Collective that is and should be America.
    We need a BIGGER government. We need a government that has a moral right,duty, and obligation to protect the American people from themselves.
    Banning hate speech, guns and religious involvement in state governments and courts, and the Congress,the Senate and the Supreme Court should be a priority.

  • mark ross Post author

    Yes, that is what i want. And I think my security is far more important than your guns and your concept of liberty.

  • mark ross Post author

    Eventually, you and your kind will lose. I would hope that our president has seen or will see Things To Come, where on a National Scale, our Air Force will drop a Gas Of Peace across the country, knock out everyone, then go to each persons house and TAKE your guns without any harm to them or you.

  • Kirk Douglas Post author

    Tommy Robinson, leader of the EDL is a political prisoner sentenced to a British prison for a passport violation, suffering cruel & unusual punishment, socially isolation while other prisoners have TV sets. Make sure that Tommy Robinson is treated humanely. WebSite: EnglishDefenceLeague. Support: Mr. Kevin Carroll arrested in the UK on January 14,2013 charged with "religious and racial hatred". Kevin is co-leader of the English Defence League and head of the BritishFreedomParty.

  • Kirk Douglas Post author

    There is a new Sharia compliant Britain. Muslims have succeeded in striking fear in to the hearts of the British Gov't Infidels. The fearful are the police, Chief Constables, Scotland Yard, City Councils, Britain's political class at Westminster, who refuse to recognize the threat of Islam, and put innocent protesters in jail. There is a white flag of surrender on top of Westminster H of Commons, where the politicians are clueless, where ignorance reigns supreme.

  • mark ross Post author

    You won't surrender your guns willingly, I would hope that the movie Things to Come becomes a reality.

  • mark ross Post author

    The EDL, The BNP, and The UKIP are dangerous political parties and should be banned and all of their leaders should be in jail.

  • Mikail Zavalet Post author

    Fluoride is the name of an anion of Fluorine, nothing more, nothing less, and fluoride-containing compounds are so diverse that it's impossible to generalize their toxicity.
    Depending on the elements an atom is bonded or interacting with, it can serve to an enormous array of chemical reactions. Fluorine is no more poison than Carbon, Oxygen, Bismuth or Hydrogen is (which btw, can be found on nearly EVERY poison in existence), yet I don't see you complaining about Hydrogen on the water.

  • Tim Ohio Post author

    If you love security greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animated contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. we seek not your council, crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you, may your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.

  • mark ross Post author

    Another OI is a bigot!

  • mark ross Post author

    I could care less what others think of me.

  • DanGRtheMan Post author

    Mussolini was one of the doctrinal founders of Fascism, and he led the first 'National Fascist Party' BY NAME. Look, you can't even spell Fascism, Fasicm lol. You are a joker.

  • kronosx7 Post author

    Is that not enough? Do we have to wait for a certain amount of outdatedness before we start altering what needs to be altered? It's called the 2nd AMENDMENT because it was added later. Ya know, because it didn't take very long to realize that this document didn't cover everything, and it still doesn't. The 2nd amendment is bullshit and outdated, it doesn't matter if the others aren't.

  • kronosx7 Post author

    We are the government tool. Stop acting like it's some separate entity that's out to get us. WE ARE THE GOVERNMENT. If you want to change it use your vote, a gun isn't going to get you anywhere.

  • mark ross Post author

    1. Responsible speech trumps Absolute Free Speech.
    2. Progressive scholars, judges, lawyers, clergy,and intellectuals would be qualified for that role.

  • mark ross Post author

    Well the idea of innocent until proven guilty. I believe that people are guilty until they prove themselves innocent.

  • Stikibits Post author

    It puts into words secular principles that exist whether you like to recognize them, or not.
    Sure, as new evidence becomes available, the document can be amended based on sound reason, however, you cannot amend to suit beliefs,ideology,religion,etc. It must be based on established facts,and reason. Amending the Bill to rewrite bits that don't suit your beliefs in guns eg, The first two clauses of the second would not be acceptable, or to allow religion into government would not be acceptable,etc

  • kronosx7 Post author

    Saying the 2nd amendment is outdated and needs to be amended or repealed is not to suit "my" beliefs, or beliefs at all. There is plenty of actual data out there to support the fact that civilians don't need guns. The only reason it still exists is because of peoples dogmatic adherence to the Constitution, as is it's written by gods, and not men. To say that we would never alter the constitution is insane.

  • Stikibits Post author

    Sure, firearms in society do great damage, however, that does not mean people should be barred from them entirely. People are free to use them in a manner that doesn't harm society. That format is as in the second, well regulated Militia, dedicated to the security of a free State.
    If people hadn't sliced and dice the Bill, then arms of war would have been limited to gun-church (well regulated Militia).
    It's the distortion of the Bill that is doing harm.

  • Stikibits Post author

    Harvard Injury Control Research Center
    Firearms Research

  • kronosx7 Post author

    The amendment was put in place to preserve slavery. Any other interpretation besides that is a wrong one. There are no well regulated militias and there are certainly no need for them. There is also no reason for anyone to have any gun. Sure they're cool and probably fun, but that doesn't justify giving it to someone, because how do we really determine who is and isn't capable of handling weapons of murder? Aside from a bolt action hunting rifle, civilians don't need guns.

  • Stikibits Post author

    There is no interpretation needed of the Bill. That is the premise of a conman and/or madman. The Bill is a transparent document. It is not a riddle.
    I'm certainly heavily against current gun laws in the USA, however, there are some people who believe, for whatever reason, that guns mean freedom and safety. It is bullshit, of course.However, Christianity is bullshit,too,and we allow them churches,and rightly so.
    A well regulated Militia provides screening,education,training,responsibility,etc.

  • Stikibits Post author

    Which amendment are you referring to?

  • kronosx7 Post author

    Yes, we allow churches because that is something we cannot prove and taking away peoples right to worship is a form of oppression that I am against. That doesn't mean I don't say we tax the churches though. I've read that we would only have to pay 3% income tax if we merely taxed the churches. The catholic church controls untold billions and its ridiculous. As far as militias, fuck that noise, we have a military we don't need militias or civilians with guns. If you want a gun, enlist.

  • Stikibits Post author

    I'm and Athiest. I certainly think there is enough scientific evidence to almost certainly rule out gods. It's the same for gun beliefs. In fact, there is more to support gun-beliefs then god-beliefs.
    God-beliefs require a whole range of super natural powers that gun-beliefs do not.
    Still, both are bullshit, however, both parties are wecolme to believe, n o matter how much I dislike it. I really wish they wouldn't, but, of course, they can. They cannot foist it, but in private, not my business.

  • Stikibits Post author

    Yes, taxing churches is a great idea. If there were a true god, then his churches wouldn't need the common public to provide for them.

  • Stikibits Post author

    I'm not in favour of guns. In fact, I'm arguing against current gun laws on channels all over youtube.
    You have no idea how irrational some of these people can be.
    Come on over to CrankTV, sorry, "ReasonTV" and convince them that their "reason" is, in fact, bullshit.
    Libertarians are bonkers, but they hide behind a facade of reason. It's so bonkers, and so American.

  • Stikibits Post author

    If you have a rational interest, I'm a secularist.
    I cannot stand elitism. Shit, I refuse to eat at expensive restaurants because good food is for the masses and not only the wealthy. So, insisting I'm elite is far from the truth, but whatever, I get called a lot worse by far more barbaric people that you seem to be.

  • s9z9s Post author

    Except that you reject the amendment process, and insist you can magically read the "invisible ink," like this right to abortion you somehow found in the Ninth Amendment.

  • kronosx7 Post author

    I said if you want a gun "enlist" not elitist. As in enlist in the military.

  • kronosx7 Post author

    Wow, for accusing me of reading invisible ink you certainly seemed to read plenty in my very simple post of "we've amended it multiple times for a reason…it's not perfect and requires updating" somehow this means that I not only reject the amendment process but took a pro abortion stance via the 9th amendment….talk about hypocrisy.

  • Stikibits Post author

    Ha?

  • Stikibits Post author

    No worries. My misread.
    There are legitimate reasons for suitably screened and trained individuals to posses firearms, right?

  • kronosx7 Post author

    Sure, they're called the police. I don't think civilians need them, but if they are going to have them it needs to be a strict process to get one and definitely no conceal and carry permits. You shouldn't be able to carry a weapon around that no one else can see that can instantly kill many people.

  • mark ross Post author

    I'd rather American Apartheid instead. Slavery just touches the surface of ugly race relations in America for over 100 years.
    As to the Constitution, it is a document suited for the 1790's when it was written, then for the 21st century.
    3. Very proud to be a Socialist faggot!

  • Stikibits Post author

    Sure, I agree. Self defence is bullshit.
    How about people who are sports shooters, pro-shooters, collectors, etc. These people have a need, and a right.

  • mesaeddie Post author

    Gee I bet an ignorant dumb fuck like you still can't figure out how PRESIDENT OBAMA handed you your pathetic ass for two elections. You are the reason and we thank you for your effort, you clueless fuck.

  • disposablefreedom Post author

    Thank you for your wise words.. Let us hope others see this for what it it as well.. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • mark ross Post author

    Then wear a t shirt or a muscle shirt in order to bare arms. You still SHOULD NOT own a gun.

  • โ„ขแ™  uษqnฦ† ห™ห™ห™ssวโ…„ Post author

    Every notice the glossy-eyed blank look people have when they say thongs like I love my constitution, flag, god, etc. Kinda creepy.

  • Mikail Zavalet Post author

    Chances are you were already drinking de-fluorided water anyway if you don't drink tap water.
    But whatever, have fun giving yourself and your family ugly teeth.

  • Michael Gibb Post author

    What they are referring to at the end, the American civil religion, is according to Robert Bellah, the man who created the notion, different from traditional religion by the lack of deities and any central organised heirarchical structure. It is a civil religion in the most literal sense. Not based on or containing any sense of authority. Instead it is the expresssion and exercise of the cultural identity of the population which has developed over time without any controlling influence.

  • Michael Gibb Post author

    And they are right in some sense about the constitution. It has become a sacred document within the American civil religion.

  • Kirk Douglas Post author

    Britain's Gulag. . (1)- Support Kevin Carroll, arrested in the UK, January 2013, charged with "religious & racial hatred". Kevin is co-leader of EDL and leader of BritishFreedomParty. (2)- Make sure Tommy Robinson, prisoner, is treated fairly. Tommy Robinson, leader, English Defence League is a political prisoner sentenced for a passport violation, suffering cruel & unusual punishment, socially isolated while other prisoners have TV sets, radios. WebSite: EnglishDefenceLeague.

  • Zachary Hill Post author

    There is one crucial difference between the U.S. Constitution and the "holy" bible. The former may be (and has been) amended, the latter would take a biblical act on par with Moses on Mount Sinai; however, considering we live in the digital Age of Information, we all know that stone tablet shell-game ain't gonna pass with cellphones that can capture pictures or video.

  • publiusdg Post author

    Thanks for the lulz. Now go you magnificent beast

  • synapse131 Post author

    You'd fuck some wrinkly old lady? Ok, Harold.

  • synapse131 Post author

    Didn't learn anything in school, eh?

  • synapse131 Post author

    Jefferson, Madison, and Hamilton were essentially liberals. they conceived of the idea that government should be formed for the people instead of maintaining the very conservative ideal that governments are formed by kings with a God given right to rule. They weren't just leftists, they were radical leftists. It's righties who want to tell people how to live their lives: abortion, denial of gay rights, the drug war, etc are all things leftists are against and righties are for.

  • synapse131 Post author

    And yet it's leftists who have consistently fought against the totalitarian state: the drug war, the war in Iraq (they were the only ones to protest,) the corporate takeover of govt., etc. We are in no way for having the govt control everything and have always been for getting govt out of people's personal lives. Just because some pundit tells you libs believe something doesn't mean it's actually true. Fascism is the combination of the state and the corporation; exactly what Occupy was against!

  • synapse131 Post author

    I'm a lib and I disagree with Mark Ross on banning hate speech; let people speak, but also have to deal with the consequences if they incite violence. And the idea that govt needs to be larger. We should get rid of Homeland Security, the war on drugs, the military, and a number of other agencies that impinge on freedoms. If libs actually had any influence on govt, it would get smaller do fast your head would spin. The only parts of govt that need to really get larger are for helping people.

  • synapse131 Post author

    Correction: Not "get rid of" the military; just make it smaller.

  • synapse131 Post author

    I'm a lib. Bigger govt? No. Get rid of things like Homeland Security, the war on Drugs and the DEA, have a smaller military, etc. and libs would make our govt smaller. The parts that need to be expanded are the parts that help people, help maintain class economic equality to some degree, and keep people from falling into the gutter. We don't need to "ban" hate speech. That's already been dealt with by current laws and it's already been determined that speech that's incites violence IS banned.

  • synapse131 Post author

    I'm a liberal and I think the Constitution is excellent. I have no intention of making any kind of structural changes but at the same time, it was developed with a process to amend it as times change. Pretty much your entire statement about liberals is incorrect. No one intends to ban hate speech, guns or religion. These things are part of how our country was formed. But I do think we could find ways to limit how easy it is for guns to get into the hands of people who shouldn't have them.

  • synapse131 Post author

    Class equality? No. Less disparity between the classes? Yes. But only because it's required to have a strong middle class and keep the poor from becoming disenfranchised.
    Totalitarian state? Absolutely not! That's something liberals have ALWAYS fought against and will continue to do so. We're trying to LESSEN govt control and that's why we fight for gay rights, civil rights, and against things like the war on drugs. Your view is twisted, very twisted!

  • synapse131 Post author

    The difference is that you're replacing the word fascism with the word liberalism when they are completely different things that you are falsely equating. I could do the same with the word conservatism and the result would be the same. Don't be a dunce; it's unbecoming.

  • synapse131 Post author

    If I replace the word fascism with the word "MrBelrox" then suddenly MrBelrox sounds like a fascist. Again, don't be an idiot.

  • synapse131 Post author

    Just because you have a false idea of what liberalism has supposedly become don't mean it's correct. The banning of all religions except Islam?! What fucking planet do you come from? Religious freedom is a bedrock right in the US and will remain so if I have any say about it. And yes, I would defend your right to be an idiot and say what you wish; but that doesn't mean I don't have the freedom to criticize your idiotic statements. Join planet earth please.

  • synapse131 Post author

    Misterfurious is a very apt name indeed.

  • Stikibits Post author

    You'll find Australia has a relatively well educated population when compared to the US.
    The US is lacking very badly, and it shows.
    You lag just about all peer nations, do you not?
    gse.harvard.edu/library/services/research_instruction/internationalstats.html

  • synapse131 Post author

    That vaccines have done good is indisputable. But there are problems with the way that they are now being deployed and with the additives that are being put into them just for the need to have longer shelf lives. And these fundamental changes are not being tested scientifically. It's a much more complex topic than you are realizing. Polyvalent vaccines can overwhelm the immune system and cause microglial damage resulting in neuroimmune dysfunction. Babies don't need Hep B vaccines.

  • Stikibits Post author

    You certainly do not practice secularism, Barron Brust.
    You are attempting to turn society into a Militia, with all free people being conscripted into an ideology of gunslinging and shootouts.
    Philosophies aren't peer reviewed!? Are you serious?

  • Stikibits Post author

    Protect the Bill, and don't allow it to be sliced and diced, and you will be protected from oppression.
    You cannot legislate to oppress these crazy bastards. They have a belief in weapons just like Christians have a belief in gods.
    Have the Bill upheld in its entirety, and these weapons are confined to gun-church (well regulated Militia, dedicated to the security of a free State), and society is insulated from harm.
    And, who knows? There's a very slime chance they may be useful someday.

  • Stikibits Post author

    A judge is not the final arbiter, reason is. A judge cannot write beliefs into, or out of, the constitution.
    It protects all parties from oppression equally. A judge cannot alter that as has happened lately with corporations being people, and self defence with firearms. These ar symptoms of non-secular government.
    These rulings cannot stand, as they are based on bullshit. Ultimately, bullshit written into legislation will be overturned.
    It's the reason we have federalism.

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    They can't pass any laws in the UK without someone ranting about how it goes against Magna Carta.

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    Did it refer to "black people" at the time…

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    Funny how that freedom they fought for didn't apply to all those slaves…maybe it was less about freedom, and more to do with land, power, wealth (as usual)

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    Scaremongering about vaccines ultimately does more harm than good. Unless you think polio is an acceptable price to pay?

  • srugel44 Post author

    Why aren't these "fundamentalists" crying about the overthrow of the Articles of Confederation? Oh, that's right, because they are morons who actually know little about the history of the nation. And let's not forget that most of these bozos come from the South, which actually committed treason against the Constitution they now claim as sacrosanct. As for the bible, they had Jesus Revivals and were saving souls for Jesus before every battle they fought on behalf of their "right" to own people.

  • srugel44 Post author

    I am currently doing contract work at a United Methodist Church in the South. The church secretary, a Gay man, hits on me constantly and makes inappropriate comments of a sexual nature. Then, when the Pre-K school lets out after lunch, many of the kids stay for after school and this same Gay man gets to play dress up for karate class with little kids and no supervision (against the law, btw, to leave only one unsupervised person with a room full of kids). THAT is the church today. Hypocrites all

  • Gary Thomas Post author

    JAIL. . English Defence League >>Tommy Robinson >> PRISON & cruel & unusual punishment >> His mistreatment is politically motivated, and that his punishment is being made disproportionately harsh, maybe as a warning to others or perhaps out of sheer vindictiveness. The extended period of time that he has spent in solitary confinement appears to be completely unnecessary and we have serious concerns about the impact that any continued period of isolation could have on his mental health.

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    You look at whether they are dressing up in 18th century garb and hanging teabags from their hat.

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    If you know something is happening that is against the law then it's your civic duty to a) try and stop it happening; and, failing that, b) report it to the appropriate authorities. And I mean the violation of the law concerning supervision of children. You've implied that the Gay man is molesting the children using the logic that he's gay, so he's probably a paedophile to boot. I hope that's just an ignorant slur on your part; if not, you should go straight to the police.

  • Stikibits Post author

    if you are so ignorant of your own secular principles, then there is little I can do for you, I imagine. You should begin to open your mind, and, please, learn to think critically. You are foisting very dangerous notions based on bullshit from the like of the Industrialised Military Complex, the NRA, Alex Jones, etc.
    Your not in the best company, are you?
    canberra.edu.au/studyskills/learning/critical

  • Stikibits Post author

    Education keeps ignorance at bay. When you're teaching creationism rather than secularism to children in schools, then somethings very wrong. Secularism has been the divide between the modern western world and theist states that we oppose. Without secularism, the Western World is meaningless.
    1) /watch?v=dA3YF73SNuY (Secularism- QualiaSoup)
    2) /watch?v=VSIEQkJgLbQ (Secularism is not Atheism- thesecularcenter)

  • Stikibits Post author

    And it's bullshit!

  • Stikibits Post author

    Secularism goes a lot deeper than simply religion, although, if you listen to the notions put out by the church, then secularism is confined to this one role of "anti-religion", however, that simply isn't true.
    You have to consider why secularism separates church and state to get to the nuts and bolts.
    Jones-ites are always accusing people of being totalitarian, and such. Perhaps I've been spending too much time commenting on CrankTV, sorry, "ReasonTV".

  • Stikibits Post author

    The thing is,today, we know that armed revolution leads to escalating bloodshed.We see it in practice,too.
    You can compare Egypt and Syria.Egypt has been a relatively peaceful uprising,and Syria,with the armed approach,is an escalating bloodbath.
    Weapons increase risk,not decrease it. And,an efficient weapon increases risk more than an inefficient weapon.It's unavoidable whether in a time of peace,or during a revolution.
    If you pull a gun,risk skyrockets,& the other side has a reason shoot back

  • srugel44 Post author

    The church has been told about this man. He came up to me yesterday and put his hand on the small of my back to initiate "conversation", which I immediately walked away from. He immediately tried to fire me then, which is funny, because I don't work for him I work for a company of outside contractors. I told everyone I was going to speak my piece about this guy and to watch, that he would immediately try to eliminate me from his environment, which he did, in public. He is under watch now, daily.

  • srugel44 Post author

    I did tell some folks we should bring the cops in and let this bozo do the perp walk, just for repeatedly touching me at work and making lewd comments, then asking me about my relationship with my wife. Is he a pedo? Don't know, can't prove it, how could you, set a kid up with him and watch? The point is that a man who clearly does not understand boundaries probably shouldn't be given a room of kids to undress and redress for karate class. If that's an "ignorant slur" well, how could it be?

  • sklanger Post author

    I always knew liberals hated the Constitution.

    (Except when they're busy accusing the other side of violating the Constitution — then and only then is dogmatic fixation with the Constitution allowed.)

  • Wade Williams Post author

    You smarmy liberal pukes… the Constitution was a covenant with the people, yes a covenant, an agreement between the government and the people that could not be broken. They had just stood in open fields 50 yards from the best military in the world so they could maybe one day write a document which would prevent little statist pricks like you guys from turning the people into slaves. Oh and the income taxes you want raised are the new era of slavery, so get off your high horse.

  • aharmlesspie Post author

    Ummm. I don't even know where to start. The constitution is the product of reason, and the bible is a lot of angry god smash. Sure there's some good in there, but ho-boy there's some bad. The constitution deserves thought and indeed reverence for being the first document in the world to do what it did, establish a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. What is the deal with this show, you all went from logic to ridiculous!

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    Is that even true? Democracy is usually considered to have "invented" in Ancient Athens and I'm pretty sure they had writing too, so…

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    Not this dross again. A republic is any state where the head of state is not a monarch, it has nothing to do with protecting the rights of minorities against the majority. Look at how black people were treated up until surprisingly recently (i.e. oppressed by the majority white population).

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    No conspiracy, my friend. "The people" did not refer to everyone for a considerable length of time. It's too bad if that upsets your romantic notion of the USA as the one perfect nation, but remember…the truth will set ye free.

  • aharmlesspie Post author

    Democracy isn't what I'm talking about. We do not even have a democracy. I'm talking about the fact that the constitution isn't telling the people what they're allowed to do, it's telling the government what IT'S allowed to do.

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    Well, duh. The Constitution is 7 articles and a bunch of amendments; that's hardly enough to encapsulate every statute on the books in the USA. The document telling the people what they're allowed to do is much, much longer.

  • Dsmarsh2010 Post author

    Wow! These guys are idiots! You are like sheep willing to follow your political leader shepherd to the slaughter!

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    You just admitted that the Constitution is only as perfect as the people who interpret it. Not quite the infallible document it was cracked up to be, eh?

  • weejockpoopongmcplop Post author

    I never said that the constitution stipulated that non-whites weren't people – you inferred that yourself.

  • Anti Hypocrite Post author

    Atom and Eve had only two Sons Cain and Abel did not have any Sisters at all. So the bible is just a story and a lie.

  • birddt3 Post author

    You really don't have to interpret much in the Constitution, and if you have any doubts the founders were prolific writers about things like law, the role of government, and freedom. I would start with the Federalist Papers, before even reading the Constitution.

  • Mythic Dawn Post author

    Democracy wasn't created in ancient athens it is hardly anything new. There were tribes back in the paleolithic who practiced what lenin considered a primitive form of socialism. Democracy is not something perfect ideology that has no flaws. Liberty isn't for wimps, I rather prefer a meritocracy ruled the fittest.

  • Mythic Dawn Post author

    Democracy wasn't created in ancient athens it is hardly anything new. There were tribes back in the paleolithic who practiced what lenin considered a primitive form of socialism. Democracy is not something perfect ideology that has no flaws. Liberty isn't for wimps, I rather prefer a meritocracy ruled the fittest.

  • odst123451 Post author

    What scripture states what you just said?

  • odst123451 Post author

    I wanna know what school these to guys went to.

  • Anti Hypocrite Post author

    The bible has a complete joke Adam and eve never had no daughters how did we produce and Cain killed able what a lovely story only fools will fall for this stupidity. And besides that religions of cause more wars in the world in any organization . While he does learn about peace and love instead of reading a stupid book was some of the most violent stories in it.

  • pseudocomrade09 Post author

    Religion should have never been written in the U.S. Constitution. Remember that 1st amendment bullshit over abortion, gay marriage, and separation of church-and-state with all those religious nutjobs? Well, that so-called religious freedom written on that Constitution got America into this mess. That's why religious freedom should be removed from the Constitution because it breeds a lot of religious lunatics and makes religion a more dangerous threat to democracy that we are having right now. I'm a liberal and I knew that religion is a threat to everyone's freedom andย  should never belong to the Constitution, and if our founding fathers were atheists, our country would have been a more democratic country with no religious influence after all.

  • Gary Winthorp Post author

    The people who made the constitution were Freemasons. More so over, why do you think George Washington was called the Moses of American people?
    Either way, you're stupid as fuck for thinking it is a religion, and if you don't support it as a citizen of the US.

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