One's Observations

A collection of some things I observe along the way.

Retrieving...

Might you be a modern-day Minuteman who understands the principles of freedom and federalism? I offer the following test. Read it and see if you, too, are a Constitutionalist.

1. You might be a Constitutionalist if you believe that every congressman, senator, President, and Supreme Court justice is required to obey the U.S. Constitution.


2. You might be a Constitutionalist if you believe that before the United States invades and occupies another country, Congress must first declare war.


3. You might be a Constitutionalist if you believe the federal government should live within its means, like everyone else is forced to do.


4. You might be a Constitutionalist if you think that taking away people's liberties in the name of security is not patriotic, nor does it make the country more secure.


5. You might be a Constitutionalist if you would like to see politicians be forced to abide by the same laws they make everyone else submit to.


6. You might be a Constitutionalist if you understand that we have three "separate but equal" branches of government that are supposed to hold each other in check and balance.


7. You might be a Constitutionalist if you believe that the federal government has no authority to be involved in education or law enforcement, or in any other issue that the Tenth Amendment reserves to the States, or to the People.


8. You might be a Constitutionalist if you believe that gun control laws do nothing but aid and abet criminals while trampling the rights and freedoms of law-abiding citizens.

9. You might be a Constitutionalist if you believe that the income tax is both unconstitutional and immoral, and, along with the I.R.S. and the Federal Reserve, should be abolished.


10. You might be a Constitutionalist if you believe the federal government had no authority to tell former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore that he could not display a monument containing the Ten Commandments in the Alabama Judicial Building in Montgomery; or to tell a Pace, Florida, high school principal that he could not pray before a meal.


11. You might be a Constitutionalist if you...


Read more in
Chuck Baldwin's article.

4 comments:

Opus #6 said...

Nice find. Hey, how come I didn't follow you on Twitter until now? New account? Well, it has been rectified.

Mike Davis said...

Great article.......I am guilty on all counts. Even the one about Roy Moore...you are correct the federal court had no Constitutional authority to dictate to a state judge what the state could do like that. But the average person doesn't understand that, the 10th amendment, nullification or most of what's in the Constitution. The average person thinks the federal government is over everything and boy are they wrong Constitutionally.

One's Observations said...

Correct, the design of our founding fathers was to have LIMITED government. The greatest strength belonged to the individual, then the family, then the local community, then city, state and last was federal anything. (And never in the equation was other countries.) Each layer existed to PROTECT the other not control it.

Right-Wing Libertarian said...

Guess I checked yes to everything also! I really think we'll be making our final stand soon. Either we'll turn this mess around or we're sunk. There's going to be one critical, defining event where our voice will be heard. The longer the liberal wash goes on, the uglier that time will be.

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