Tuesday, May 4, 2010

American Thinker: Declaration of Independence as Law

In order to save the fruit of the American Revolution, the Declaration of Independence must be recognized and enforced as law. Amending our Constitution will also be necessary -- for example, limiting federal taxation and requiring federal spending not to exceed federal revenue. It appears that neither of these changes is likely to emanate from the federal government any time soon. However, "We the People" do not need the federal government to define our sacred human rights or their associated moral laws. According to the Declaration, those truths and laws are self-evident. "We the People" are capable of becoming masters of federal government through the amendment process.

We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.
Abraham Lincoln

All American laws which are destructive to an individual's sacred, equal rights to life, liberty, and private property are un-Declarational and must be nullified -- if not by Congress or the Supreme Court, then by states and local government. The concept of "Declarational" law must find its way into the American mind and into all levels of American government.

American Thinker: Declaration of Independence as Law

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