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Letter to the editor: Liberals hate, ignore our Constitution

| Friday, June 8, 2018, 8:57 p.m.

The U.S. Constitution is an amazing document. It gives power to the citizens and limits the power of the federal government. The Constitution was enforced until the middle of the 20th century. Then the federal government began to sabotage it.

There are three political groups in this country today: liberals (Democrats and progressives), Republicans who claim to be conservatives and true conservatives. They have distinctly different views of the Constitution.

Liberals hate the Constitution. They do what they want, ignoring both the Constitution and current laws. When citizens protest their abuse of power, liberal judges back them. Liberals only like the Constitution when it prevents Republicans from passing bills that liberals don't like.

Republicans usually try to follow the Constitution and laws. However, they are so concerned with getting re-elected and afraid of liberal voter groups that they will not stand up and fight for their principles. Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between Republicans and liberals.

True conservatives believe the Constitution and our laws should be enforced. If a law is considered outdated, it should be changed by Congress. However, until it is changed, the current law should be enforced. No exceptions. The Bill of Rights is sacred and there should be no infringement of it. True conservatives are more likely to stand and defend the Constitution.

The Constitution was the rock-solid foundation of this country. It is time to defend it. If liberals succeed in toppling it, the dictatorship of the United States of America begins.

Kathleen Bollinger


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