“The Constitution of No Authority”

Want to consider something important that not one in 10,000 people in this country have ever considered in their whole lives? It’s been 15 years now since I came to the complete and thoroughly consistent understanding that the U.S. Constitution (every word and amendment) is utterly bogus and without the slightest sliver of moral authority.

Of course, the American patriot Lysander Spooner identified the quintessential argument in this regard 131 years ago.

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  1. Richard Nikoley on March 26, 2006 at 20:18

    Your question presupposes some requirement to have a "law of the land." Get beyond that, and you'll have answered your own question.

  2. Richard Nikoley on March 27, 2006 at 10:10

    "A lawless land, what a concept. Everybody will be outlaws"

    How does one have "outlaws" in a land without law?

    Don't know about anyone else, but I never in my life needed any "law" to understand what was right and what was wrong.

  3. Marie on March 26, 2006 at 20:04

    If you aren't going to recognize the consitution as the law of the land what are you going to replace it with?

  4. Luten Nikoley on March 27, 2006 at 09:52

    A lawless land, what a concept. Everybody will be outlaws

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