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Friday, September 14, 2012

We do not apologize for our Constitution.

To the rabid rampagers globally who are attempting to silence us through their violence and through the imposition of "blasphemy" and "defamation of religion" laws designed to shut up criticism of the very ideology that causes them to rampage violently, your efforts at curbing my free speech are contrary to the laws of our country, so can I have you arrested?

"The price of liberty is eternal vigilance."

As one of the Founders of this great country, Thomas Jefferson, once said, "The last hope of human liberty in this world rests on us." It is also said, "The price of liberty is eternal vigilance." I am aware that the United States of America is one of the last true bastions of liberty, and it is necessary that we are eternally vigilant in preventing the erosion of our civil and human rights, a censorial act of aggression that attempts to diminish this Republic. .

Let us never forget the powerful nature of our Constitution:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Note the parts about not establishing a religion or abridging free speech? Everything we see today by militant theists go against the very core of our Constitution.  
Here is one of the main ideas of our country:

The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the United States of America.... It is the oldest written national constitution in continuous use, and it influenced later international figures establishing national constitutions.

There is a reason why this constitution has endured, where others have failed, and why the U.S. remains a great nation, even though it is composed of people from cultures, races, ethnicities and religions globally: The individual freedoms encased in this text, written by some of the most enlightened persons in history. These freedoms do not include rampaging violently through the streets because someone has supposedly offended you by speaking facts and truths. These freedoms do, however, include the right to "offend" you by speaking facts and truths. Enlightened individuals understand that speaking words is vital to communication and understanding, whereas physical violence is the voice of barbarism and savagery.

"Enlightened individuals understand that speaking words is vital to communication and understanding, whereas physical violence is the voice of barbarism and savagery."

If your religion or "holy law" go against the law of our country,  then we will uphold our laws over your laws. It's that simple. We will also defend this laws with the full strength of our country.  Best give up your efforts, before they bite you back in ways you cannot imagine.
The Obama smear machine is making much of the supposed time line of this week. That supposedly the worst attacks came after Mr. Romney criticized The State Department for apologizing to the Muslims for an anti-Muslim film. But of course, they are missing the point totally and on purpose.
Why should we have been apologizing as a nation to Muslims for one person making a cartoon? We didn't apologize to the Russians when people in the USA made anti-Communist remarks. We didn't apologize to Hitler when people in America made anti-Nazi remarks. Why do the Muslims get this special apology treatment? What's up with that? We respect all religions, but we are not going to apologize to anyone as a people for what one guy does in his garage.
What is with Mr. Obama's special deference to the terrorists? I am well aware that he's done a darned fine job using drones to kill them. But then why apologize to groups of people we feel are so terrible that we kill some of them without a trial or a declaration of war?
Let's get it straight, once again: We live by the first amendment and the Constitution. Our people have freedom of speech. Even the nutty ones. We do not apologize for our Constitution.

1 comment:

  1. I am a U. S. Constitutional Conservative and I stand 100% with other like conservatives who want to see that absolute power of the United States to rest in the laws of this country based upon the first amendment that is so strongly supported in this post along with the the remainder of this U. S. Constitution that has so served this country and will continue to serve this country and other countries who look to it as a beacon of freedom on Earth.