"I like your statement that the President is not elected by the people directly. That is true, but the problem is the the Constitution does not even provide for indirect election by the people. The politicians simply set up what we have…"
Electoral CollegeI wish to see how many of the followers of this Constitution Club will be interested in looking into the "original" Electoral College. It did not permit anything at all like what the Two-Party System has twisted it into. After I became interested in reading the Constitution, I quickly realized that all of the talk about keeping or eliminating the Electoral College was strange, in a way. Reading the Constitution shows me that about 90 percent of the power and meaning of the…See More
"I can't feel certain, but I think I'm commenting on John Voight's comments about people voting and it's being a sham, and John saying we ought to just not vote. My comment is this: Read the Constitution. We are…"
"Morton, I read your indication that the Fourth Amendment protects the first three. Protects? Does that "protection" mean that the United States could NOT repeal the Second Amendment until the Fourth Amendment is removed…"
"There are more gun owners here than anywhere else in the world. Japan did not attack the mainland because they knew Americans were armed and loaded. 38 states would have to ratify any amendment. It is not likely. in the near future.
The threat is…"
Repealing the SecondQuestion: What if the "liberal left" got a Constitutional Amendment drafted, approved, distributed to the States and Ratified which stated, to whit: "The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, Article 2 of the Bill of Rights is hereby repealed."? Would that end our Constitutional Right to keep and bear arms for hunting, sport, self-protection, a bulwark against tyranny, or whatever reason we may name? This discussion should be interesting! I hope to…See More
Lewis, You seem to be asking a different question here. If you are looking to find out who is on line, you can accomplish that by going to the "Main Page " icon right below the header "Friends of Liberty" on any page. Then you will need to scroll down past the members list of what ever group you happen to be on at that moment. and below that you will find members on line with icons to chat with any one online. I hope some of this helps.
Welcome to Constitution club. Sorry I missed your chat. I had walked away from my computer with out logging out and that is why it still showed as though I was still online. My name relates to my aging and not the state of the constitution. Our constitution is alive and well, we just need to enforce compliance. Thanks for being a patriot.
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