KENTUCKY v . KING just found that police can knock and enter without gaining the property owner's permission. Buh-bye 4th Amendment.
Six years ago Kelo v. New London found that municipalties can take someone's property if they feel it is in the community's best interest...like to add a shopping center, not to expand an easement for the interstate as we traditionally thought. Buh-bye 5th.
Hmm, what about "life and liberty?" Yeah, the Declaration of Independence. Well first ya gotta get through the birthing process...thanks Roe v. Wade of 1973.
And what about common knowledge, that you should be able to keep and bear arms, and that right not being infringed? O.K. as long as the government can register you, decide how long the gun barrel is, and if the stock is adjustable, and restricting the attempt to quiet it down so you don't get tinnitus, and a waiting period, and and... Hello, 2nd Amendment?
Enter Health Care, AKA anti-capitalist, anti-rule-of-law movement of 2010:
"The danger of waiver power is that it will be used differentially, giving one private entity a competitive advantage over another."
Well thank God for the 10th, and our recent attention to it...
And "Teach you children wellYour father's hell did slowly go by..."
But by gum, don't simply look at them and sigh and let them know you love them...
But rather teach them to be patriots and defend this land where my fathers died.
Let freedom ring!