Primer on the Constitution:
The Constitution is only four pages.
Two of those pages are internal and structural, creating branches and offices like the President, Congress, courts, etc. It says how long they serve, what happens when they die, that they cannot take gifts from foreign countries, hold titles of nobility, etc.
The other two pages contain the to-do list for the public servants in the first two pages. It contains about seventeen Enumerated (Delegated) Powers that fall into only two categories: Defense of our nation and facilitating trade between free and independent States and with foreign nations.
It also says that Congress is the ‘city council,’ of sorts, for the District of Columbia.
The nature of a to-do list and the 10th Amendment make it abundantly clear that the federal government is limited to its Enumerated Powers. As the federal government is at somewhere around 65 million unlawful programs, agencies, taxes, fees, rules, and regulations (if we are not mistaken) it is clearly massively breaking the law and has been for a very long time.
That is, if the Constitution and the Oath of Office still meaning anything.
People that wanted to be free and that were virtuous enough to live free and productive lives wrote the Constitution to protect our Liberty. We need protection from those that do not want to be free, certainly do not want you to be free from them, and that need to be told what is right and wrong and then forced to comply.
Freedom is a Christian principle.
If we are not mistaken, America was populated at its Founding by approximately 98% Protestant Christians, 2% Catholics, and a couple thousand Jews.
No other religion, except for ancient Israel that had no king for about four hundred years, ever created a country, culture, or Constitution like ours. Buddhist, Islamic, and, of course, Atheist countries largely rejected the influence of our Constitution on their forms of government because they largely reject the values of which the Constitution is a pale but genius reflection.
Atheism almost always creates Communist countries homicidally hostile to Christianity and true Liberty.
Atheism has become the State Religion of the United States of America, with the full force of the federal government behind every federal law and judicial decree. ‘Separation of church and state’ was used to overwrite the Establishment Clause, outlawing Christianity from the public, and now private, arenas, making way for the feds to become the source of all that is right and wrong… as long as it is not Christianity.
Like it or not, the Constitution obeyed clearly means Freedom.
Evangelical Christians overwhelmingly support the Constitution being enforced, while the Atheistic Left, with very few exceptions, militantly opposes it being obeyed.
You now know more than about 99.9% of Americans about the the Constitution, what it means to be an American, the exact nature of the country in which you live, as well as the exact nature of the enemies that live among us that hate our country, Constitution, culture, and the principles and people that created all three.
Click here to see an inspired list of a full breakdown of our ENTIRE Constitution into a list of Enumerated Powers:
Tenth Amendment Center – Thirty Enumerated Powers
…and here to see a brilliant 10th Amendment Resolution from the same folks:
Tenth Amendment Resolution
Welcome to America!
Love it, or get the hell out!
America is not for everyone. Only those that want to be free and that want you to be free from them.
“Contemplate the mangled bodies of your countrymen, and then say “what should be the reward of such sacrifices?” Bid us and our posterity bow the knee, supplicate the friendship and plough, and sow, and reap, to glut the avarice of the men who have let loose on us the dogs of war to riot in our blood and hunt us from the face of the earth?
If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom — go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!”
Samuel Adams – Christian and Father of the American Revolution