Which is more important-the President or the Constitution?
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    Default Which is more important-the President or the Constitution?

    We are rapidly approaching the point where we will have to make a decision-to obey the law (The United States Constitution) or to obey a despotic dictator. The current administration is rapidly moving to convert this country into a tyrannical dictatorship that is far from the freedom that the Founding Fathers left us.
    The United States of America (USA) and the United Nations (UN) are like Siamese twins that are joined at the head. The United nations is probably the most evil government agency in history. Their goal-like that of many evil leaders before them-is to conquer the world. They are on the verge of doing just that! Little stands in their way. The last vestiges of American freedom is the only obstacle that the UN has to overcome. And, the current administration is working feverishly on that.
    When Obamma was running for President, he wrote a book. In it, he stated that he hates the Constitution because “it limits what the government can do...” For once, he is right! That was the entire purpose of the Constitution. It was NOT designed to control the citizens, but was designed to “...chain up the government...” (Thomas Jefferson). But, today the Federal (and most states) are grinding our Rights under their jack-booted heels. Although they took an oath to uphold and protect the Constitution, few actually mean it.
    I feel that this country is rapidly approaching a point of no return in becoming a Socialist “People’s Republic.” If you study the “Communist Manifesto you will see that many of Karl Marx’ proposals are every day business as usual in America. And, I feel that every Congressman, every Senator, the Supreme Court, the Vice-President and the President ALL know this! Their oath to uphold the Constitution was nothing but a LIE!

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    the Constitution n The Bill of Rights. Its a Living Documnet and is Upheld ( well the most part ) ................ It was in place lonnnnnnnnng before they came into picture or their ancestries. Fearing at what they went thru wont happen again ....

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    I, (NAME), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the State of (STATE NAME) against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the Governor of (STATE NAME) and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to law and regulations. So help me God

    See the Constitution is first and always will be
    Government big enough to supply everything you need is big enough to take everything you have. The course of history shows that as a government grows, LIBERTY DECREASES."

    Thomas Jefferson

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    The Constitution is the law. It's the framework of how our society operates.

    The President... other than some token procedural duties, the reason we have a President was to act as a "face" for the country in the age of kings. When you were talking to George II or Louis XVI, you knew who you were dealing with. Some rabble "congress" or "senate" couldn't be taken seriously when dealing with national affairs.

    We don't need a President for that sort of thing any more. But it seems a lot of Americans *want* a king, and if they can't have one, a president will do.

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