19 January 2013

The Bill of Rights is Not Negotiable

There's an excellent essay on the Bill of Rights at alaskaslist.com. Here's an excerpt:

The Bill of Rights is Not Negotiable
by Mike Adams

There is a destructive, delusional meme spreading like a virus among many misguided Americans. It pushes the idea that government can pick and choose which rights codified in the Bill of Rights it wishes to recognize or discard on any given day.

This delusion is predicated on the concept that if a popular majority can be emotionally whipped into a frenzy over one particular right, then that right can simply be discarded and stricken from the Bill of Rights.

But no such power exists to discard any portion of the Bill of Rights, at least not without proper ratification by three-fourths of the fifty states. There is no such power found solely in the federal government. There is no such power placed solely in the executive branch, nor in Congress, nor in the White House.

Go here to read the whole thing.

2 comments:

armedlaughing said...

Rev. Paul: "Can I get an Amen?"

GFA: "AMEN!"

(hey, I'm trying to be creative here!)
:-P

thx,
gfa

Rev. Paul said...

I'll take it, Guffaw. Thanks!