Thursday, September 28, 2006

Bush has it wrong - first duty is to the Constitution

George Dubya has it wrong.

He said today that his most important duty is to "protect Americans."


His most important duty is to protect and uphold the constitution of the United States of America.

Make no doubt about it -- this year's election is absolutely crucial to the moral compass of America, and to the viability of the U.S. constitution.

Don't buy into Bush's lies: we do not have to turn America into a police state, nor a state that exports torture to other countries.

To stand-up for the constitution, and core-American values is not a vote for a weak America, as El Presidente would have you believe. Standing up against the President's relentless assault on the Constitution is brave, patriotic thing to do. To standup to Bush's power-grab is to fight for an America that is once again both feared, AND respected.

I am not willing to trade the freedoms of the U.S. Constitution for the false sense of security being offered by George W. Neither should you.

God help us if this guy appoints another Supreme Court Justice.

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