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Our Constitutional Protections Are Esoteric?

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  1. Below (about the 2m 34s mark), is a very insightful, Foxnews Sunday interview/debate, with Congressman Justin Amash, and former Director of The N.S.A., and C.I.A., Michael Hayden:

  2. I believe that the oath of office of every elected official contains the phrase “to support and defend the Constitution of the United States”. Is Gov. Christie telling us that not honoring that oath is the honorable thing to do? It appears that he and his ilk believe that “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness can be put on the shelf and big government replace it. It would be a good idea for Gov. Christie to read the first paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, it just might give him a hint of what good government is suppose to do. All these politicians have forgotten the first principle of government, it’s suppose to lead not dictate!

    • Well said L.E.!

      “Is Gov. Christie telling us that not honoring that oath is the honorable thing to do”? Apparently so! Or, that, The Constitution (esoterically) only matters to those who take the time to read and understand it.

      Article 1, Clause 7, of The New Jersey Constitution, even mirrors the 4th Amendment of The United States Constitution; apparently, the Governor must have skipped right over that clause!

    • The Declaration of Independence says: “That to secure these [unalienable, natural] rights, Governments are instituted among Men.”

      Governments first duty is to secure our Liberties, not to strip them away!

  3. So when will Christie complete his switch to becoming a Democrat?

    • Good question! It’s a sad day when those of us who stand up for our Constitution, are considered dangerous.

      “The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who speak it.” – George Orwell