Sunday, October 12, 2014

Prominent Historians Propose a New Constitution

It's not enough for leftist who have used the courts to justify their agenda by twisting and perverting the words and intent of the present constitution. No, they want to write their own, and in their image of what America should be.

New American
We need a new constitution.” That is the direct declaration made in a two-part essay written by imminent American historians Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg.
Not only do the pair of professors pronounce the current Constitution dead, but they introduce us to its replacement before the body is even cold. From the very title of the first installment, however, the saviors of our “democratic republic” start down a road that might lead to a new constitution, but get the very essence of our government wrong.
“Here’s how we save American democracy from charlatans, loudmouths and the 1 percent,” they announce before launching into a lengthy exposé of all that’s wrong with America, taking particular aim at the Constitution.
As anyone who has bothered to read the words of the men who wrote our Constitution knows, America is not a democracy and most of the men whose signatures appear at the bottom of that document would have left without endorsing it had they thought for a minute they were creating a democracy.