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Saturday, 08 December 2012 20:43

Why amend the US Constitution?

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Quite simply our federal government has grown out of control. In loss of liberty, in irresponsible spending, in the practice of devaluing our currency and hiding taxes in inflation and our aggressive foreign policy have led us far from where this great country began; with a Republic of Independent and States united for common interests and the common good.

Most of the ills we are experiencing today are the result of decisions made around a hundred years ago during the Progressive movement. Our Constitution was created by classic liberals which bear little resemblance to the “liberals” of today. Classical liberalism is based on liberty, natural law and freedom. Liberalism today is closer to socialism and statism.

 

Quite simply our federal government has grown out of control. In loss of liberty, in irresponsible spending, in the practice of devaluing our currency and hiding taxes in inflation and our aggressive foreign policy have led us far from where this great country began; with a Republic of Independent and States united for common interests and the common good.

Most of the ills we are experiencing today are the result of decisions made around a hundred years ago during the Progressive movement. Our Constitution was created by classic liberals which bear little resemblance to the “liberals” of today. Classical liberalism is based on liberty, natural law and freedom. Liberalism today is closer to socialism and statism.

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Don Fletcher

Don Fletcher has lived in Idaho County Since 2007.  I became a card carrying republican to participate in the 2012 Presidential Caucus.

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