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Old January 15, 2017, 03:53 PM   #22
ShootistPRS
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Using the documents of the time during which our nation was founded, the papers from which support was provided and the arguments for and against the enumerations of our rights in the constitution it is very easy to show a preponderance of evidence that no government has any power to restrict our rights unless an individual has abused his rights to interfere with the rights of others. It is also clear that such power was never given to the federal government within the constitution and that courts, including the supreme court, can only support the rights of the people and expand those rights but never restrict them.

We have allowed intervention of our rights since the early 20th century and allowed it to progress to the point it is today. It is up to each of us to stand up for our rights and the rights of others in order to remove the controls placed on our rights by an over-reaching government before we lose them entirely.
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