Our Constitution Matters
There is nothing more important to our government than the U.S. Constitution. As Bill Whittle wrote in his article this week on October 27th entitled “Shame Cubed” :
The entire purpose of the Constitution was to limit government. That limitation of powers is what has unlocked in America the vast human potential available in any population.
As Rush Limbaugh pointed out in one of his radio broadcasts earlier this week, the Constitution doesn’t start with the words “We the government;” it starts with “We the people.” This is absolutely critical to our view of ourselves as Americans. If we think the purpose of our government is to take care of us, we are lost as that is not the American way, and that was and is not the purpose of the Constitution. We the government has been tried in societies throughout history and all of them not only ended in failure or exist in failure, but more importantly exist or ended with millions of lives lost. If you believe that the government’s purpose is to take care of you, then I am afraid “my friend,” you are too far gone, and you might as well vote for Obama because there is absolutely no hope for you. But if you believe that the beauty of America is that it empowers the individual, then you have found the right blog site because everything on this site regarding holding Obama to his rhetoric will be filtered through the lens of the U.S. Constitution.
If you would like to hear the 2001 WBEZ radio broadcast where Barack Obama tells us his thoughts on the U.S. Constitution, you can find it on YouTube by clicking here.
There are many, many reasons not to vote for Barack Obama on November 4th, but the absolute most important reason is to protect and defend the Constituion of the United States of America.