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Is it possible to be a constitutional democrat?

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Postby Kacen » Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:40 pm

If by constitutional you mean following the constitution word for word, then no.

There is no current party that even does that, not even the "Constitution Party".
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Postby SmokinJoe » Mon Feb 28, 2011 7:36 pm

However, section three is interesting. Does that mean that a boy like Rahm Emanuel, the son of a terrorist and a boy who fought for another country (not the US), can't be part of Obummers or Clinton's "administration" legally? I need to read and study more. Thank you for making me reread this. The Constitution is like the Bible, you CAN'T read it too many times to learn something new.


The way I read it, is as long as Rahm didn't take up arms against the US or aid the enemies of the U.S. in a rebellious attack, then he's okay to be a part of the crew. To me, the most shocking part of paragraph 3 was the fact that none of it could matter even if he did take up arms against the US if 2/3 of Congress votes to "disable" that paragraph.
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