The U.S. Constitution is the first and last word on U.S. law?

November 27th, 2007

I found this quote on the social networking news site DIGG:

The U.S. Constitution is the first and last word on U.S. law.

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, sildenafil patient no.

The people are the first and last word on U.S. law. The Constitution is the most binding expression of the people’s will. It can be changed (amended) anytime the people see fit.

Folks…it all comes down to violence and the desire to avoid it.

The Constitution, discount viagra laws, government, voting, and “rights,” are all just cultural constructs designed to keep me from beating the living crap out of you and taking all your stuff. (And vice versa.)

Ironically, governments are probably responsible for more violence and theft than would exist if they had never been invented in the first place.

And that’s my libertarian rant for the day.

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