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January 25, 2006



I wonder if he still thinks that way today, 2.5 years later.

The voters got what they deserved.

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The people have already voted to diminish their own rights. Perhaps removing the facade of adhering to the Constitution quickly would be better than the death by a thousand cuts we seem to be doing. I can see the American people willingly discarding the Constituion in the illusory hope that a dictatorship or martial law will make the country safe.

I am of the opinion that barring the wholesale destruction of the human race that the US Constitution is worth dying for, even for people not in uniform. Even a nuke going off is not worth the loss of the Bill of Rights.


Franks is relying on a nuke attack, (now) Brig General Dunlap, thought of less destructive reasons when he wrote Origins of the American Military Coup of 2012 in 1992.

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