New York Times article bashes U.S. Constitution
Original post made by Hank Lawrence, Menlo Park: Sharon Heights, on Feb 7, 2012
The reality is that the U.S. Constitution was never liked by the editorial board of the NYT. Did you think it could turn harder to the left than it was under Howell Raines? Think again.
The NYT does not like the fact that the founding fathers knew how iniquitous politicians are and would pervert the constitution in a Noo Yawk minute for political gain. That is why our founding fathers made the amendment process difficult.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg (formerly the GC for the ACLU) predictably says " "I would not look to the United States Constitution if I were drafting a constitution in the year 2012"
Supreme Court Justice Joseph Breyer once said he thought the Constitution should be a living document. Don't you love those Clinton appointees? They truly advocate removing the protections to the U.S. Constitution given to us by our founding fathers so they can make our country more progressive. Progressive means European style socialism where the Government takes more from its citizens while stripping them of their freedoms.
To read this piece of "progressive" journalism click here.
Many readers will refer to it as a piece of something else.
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