Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sarah Palin Wants To Restore The Original Constitution Under Which She Will Have No Voice and No Vote!

Sarah Palin, who believes that the Judeo-Christian belief was the basis for American law and should continue to be used as a guiding force for creating future legislation, said, "Go back to what our founders and our founding documents meant..."

I suggest that Sarah Palin take the lead and begin living as though the original Constitution has been restored.  Since the original Constitution held that only white men had a voice and a vote, then Sarah needs to shut up publicly.  If she has anything to say about our government and our laws, then she can say it to Todd Palin and Todd can bring it to the attention of his local, state or federal government representatives if he thinks it is necessary to do so.


Mike aka MonolithTMA said...

Wait, our forefathers weren't around in 1920? ;-)

I wonder if some people think they wrote the constitution and the amendments at the same time.

brian said...

Great point Joe.

Kansas Bob said...

I don't understand why conservatives see the constitution as something rigid. The founders were great people but they could in know way see the challenges of the future and the limitations of their ideology.

Joe said...

I don't think Palin is opposed to the amendments...I think the only thing she has in mind is her belief that the Framers of the Constitution thought of America as a nation for Christians only governed only by Christian laws and if we could return to the original document (with no thought given to the rights that she would lose) AND to the Framer's purpose for it (in Palin's opinion) America would again be a nation for Christians governed according to Christian laws.

I can only imagine, with dread, what she would do with the nearly 100 million American citizens who are not Christians.