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April 27, 2008


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When does society take over the powers ascribed to the government in the Constitution when that government fails to obey it's own laws?

As to elected officials it has become like trying to order cheese cake from a fat-free menu.


Mirco Romanato

John jay, I have translated your post (with a link here and attribution) and published it to my blog.
Hope this don't upset you.

john jay

micro romanato:

no, you do not upset me, i am, as a matter of fact, quite pleased that you would do so.

i hope your readers enjoy the article.

john jay

john jay


according to t. jefferson in the declaration of independence, ... , whenever it shall please them.

john jay

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