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The Last Fourth of July


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: corruption, government, bush, Fourth Amendment, Fourth Amendment Searches, Fourth Amendment Searches )


- 4039 days ago - opednews.com
On the Last Fourth of July, the subjects of the new King George thought long and hard. Would they grill hotdogs, turn up the air-conditioning, cheer for militarism, and wait for total tyranny.



   

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RC deWinter (418)
Saturday June 28, 2008, 2:54 pm
An excellent article...our constitution, according to the BUSHman, is "just a goddamned piece of paper."And that's how he and his henchmen have treated it. It has been shredded to suit their greed, hubris and ambition.
May I remind you that we were not guaranteed the right to counsel if accused of a crime until March 18, 1963? Read aout the landmark Supreme Court decision that gave us all the right to counsel. The link is from the page of the Chief Public Defender of the State of Connecticut, in whose fields I toil:

Gideon v.Wainright
 

Carol W (119)
Sunday June 29, 2008, 10:29 am

Ironic?

"On the first Fourth of July, the members of the Continental Congress signed a declaration of their disloyalty to the third George to rule the empire, denouncing his abuses of power. "

Well Done. TY bonita
 

Marian E (152)
Sunday June 29, 2008, 11:12 pm

Do you know how the first George Washington became "General Washington"?

He showed up at the first Continental Congress wearing a uniform. \

Thank you.

 

Kim Moore (61)
Monday June 30, 2008, 11:09 am
THANK YOU AND SADLY NOTED
 
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