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Re: Revisionist Reinterpretation
> I think he was talking about the Principle of the deal, Jim -
> about what this means regarding the relationship of the
> citizenry to the big G.
> Put all of those insurrections together and what do they spell?
> F _ _ _ _ _ F
The problem I have with this interpretationis that it overlooks, to me, a
Mainly that these conflicts dealt with disagreements within the 'big G'
and were not directly about the people - big G dichotomy that you refer to.
Personaly, I still feel that the people of this country are the true government
of this nation. We have representatives who are in a position where they
approach their office as a 'job' and not a sacred duty to every individual
they meet on the street every day. They see their oath to uphold the
Constitution as a minor point and not THE point.
Section 1401 and 1402 of the Crime Bill (aptly named since it is a crime) which
regard the seizure of private property for funding during a criminal
investigation. I go the Constitution and it says that if you take private
property for public use you have to recompense the private owner. There is
no caveat dealing with whether it is a crime or not or whether it was used
in a crime. From my point of view if a 'official' takes your property and
does not send you a check (you agreed a priori) for it then they have
committed a crime that is in direct and clear violation of the Constitution.
All criminal seizure programs are clearly unconstitutional.