Fool Me Twice….

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  • We, this largest group of voters, voted and got nothing we wanted.
  • How can the Democrats win on abortion?
  • And that is where our system does not deliver except for those that exploit the bottom 30 percent.
  • We do not have separation of powers.
  • Checks and balances are useless when Congress can’t get anything meaningful done.
  • We don’t have to change the US Constitution to change our voting system.
  • The US Constitution hands powers to the Federation, the States respectively, and to the People.
  • The government cannot deny or disparage our rights, unless the US Constitution allows our government to deny or disparage our rights. That’s the long and the short of it.
  • We can have the best of the best after all — at the local levels.
  • The State is behaving like a landlord coming into our homes and declaring that we cannot cook Brussels sprouts for dinner.




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