Thursday, January 6, 2011

Reading between Constitution's lines

And the Founders said: Let there be a constitution. And the Founders looked at the articles and clauses and saw that it was good.

For more than 200 years, Americans have revered the Constitution as the law of the land, but the GOP and tea party heralding of the document in recent months - and the planned recitation on the House floor Thursday - have caused some Democrats to worry that the charter is being misconstrued as the immutable word of God.

Washington Post

PA: Let's see now...Nadler doesn't believe the Constitution is important, yet he takes an oath to defend it. Methinks Nadler is therefore someone who took an oath he has no intention of upholding.

Perhaps, Mister Nadler, if you can't uphold your own oath, you should find another career?

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