Thursday, March 15, 2012

How to circumvent
the U.S. Constitution...
Liberal ideology becoming reality

The Critical race theory (CRT) has been on the forefront of the President Obama's agenda publicly since 1990 when he was President of the Harvard Law Review. Understandably, its premise is the 'slow pace of racial reform' and being part of the norm in America.

The problem with promoting this agenda/theory is that it vilifies the U.S. Constitution.

"The article [in Harvard Law Review 1985] makes clear that Critical Race Theory sees the U.S. Constitution as a form of "original sin"--a view later embraced by Obama as a state legislator, and reflected in his actions and appointments." Breitbart

It's that same Constitution that protects all Americans and gives equal rights. The same Constitution that our government and liberal politicians want to change so they can control and micromanage Americans.

Presently, the attitude in Washington is divide and conquer; and they’re doing a damn good job. Promoting resentment between race, religion, social classes, capitalism and foreign countries is a most self-defeating agenda and they’re achieving just that. The end result will be catastrophic and they're counting on it.

What we have in today's politically liberal climate, is not a failure to communicate, it's a failure of our President to uphold his oath of office, which was to "...preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States". The POTUS may be the Commander in Chief, but most Americans would not disagree that he’s also the “Liar in Chief”.

In the not-so-distant future, they will probable put Americans in jail for sharing opinions such as these publicly. The only thing stopping our government from doing that today is our Constitution, or what's left of it...

Denney Crane


TommyBoy said...

Indeed. However, as bad as Obama and his administration has been in shredding the Constitution, it did not begin with him. Bush, Clinton, and the other modern-day presidents seemed to set a precedent for circumventing the Constitution that Obama has followed. The American people are completely passive -- the worst we do is complain on blogs and participate in court battles (which no longer work in seeking justice because the courts are loaded with biased appointees and lopsided notions of how judges should perform). Any real civil action is not allowed. Honestly, these last forty years, our country has transformed into a "soft" police state. I mean, you can voice your discontent only if you have a permit. How ridiculous is that? The problems with our leaders trampling the Constitution have only gotten worse with each administration. As bad as Obama is, he's only the latest criminal-in-chief. We've allowed it all to happen because we've grown accustomed to our nice homes, fancy cars, pension plans, etc. and turned away from matters of the spirit. I know a lot of preachers, deacons, and Sunday school teachers who go through the motions but are not solid men. When I say a lot, I really mean a lot. Most so-called Christians I know are cowards and will tow the line at any cost. The culture war has been lost because of the creeping corruption -- the search for truth was given up somewhere in the battle to appear to be correct. As I told my genius friend the other day, just because you're the smartest person in the room doesn't necessarily make you right.

TommyBoy said...

Denney -- I hate the type two words to post BS -- I always have to do it multiple times and often give up altogether. Help!

Denney Crane said...


I don't understand what you mean by the "type two words", please explain, preferably in an email.


BTW, excellent comment(ary).

Anonymous said...

I, too, refrain from posting here often because of the "type two words".
I do not know the correct term but its a filter to keep auto-type emails from infiltrating your system. I have no idea why some blogs have them and others don't.

Kathleen... said...

He means the gawd-awful word verification process...."Please prove you're not a robot." It's SO hard to read. I almost complained the other day.....ugh!