Rights devalued

The rights we have under the Constitution are of little value if government can punish us for exercising them and the limits placed on government by the Constitution have little value if government exceeds them with no adverse consequences.

The Constitution can’t protect us if we don’t protect it by voting against those who violate it. Politicians wanting more power won’t stop; it’s up to us to stop them.

Phil Underwood


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