What did the founders, framers, and ratifiers TRULY mean when writing the Constitution? Tonight, Robert Natelson, answers that question with the phenomenally researched book - "The Original Constitution." (Order at www.tenthamendmentcenter.com )
Listen in as Bradley explores the most controversial and oft-debated segments of the Constitution with Robert.
An apt song for the evening, "Snooze Button" by the band Snot, kicks off the show. Lyrics follow, and pay close attention to the message this song brings:
Well, it's just another song talkin' 'bout how you let them take your rights, Another redundant verse about how you refused to fight and lost-What cost? Your cause has got no champion? How could you hope to win, by just complainin'? Now it's raining on your parade, Decisions made could cost you dearly-Not just your money but your freedom. Are you wealthy? Improper choices could be deadly...
Well, it's your motherf*cking wake-up call, there just ain't no way around it - Caught you asleep once again & we ain't havin' it. Got free-DUMB for you to do just what they tell ya, You missed that train of thought, You refuse to be taught a lesson. This is what I'm guessin: You'll be held accountable For things you didn't want to know. You're stressin', Now with your head they keep messin'....
While you were busy f*ckin' sleepin', Don't you know your government was creepin'. Someone left the door unlocked, while asleep your life was bought & sold, yes, to the highest bidder, left you in sitcom hell. So convinced you're doing well, you sit back, synapses are attacked, American Gladiators-the only thing they're giving back... You don't gotta be some politician to take back those given rights.
(Obey!) Wake up! (Obey!) Don't you fall asleep again! They took your motherf*ckin rights. Fight!
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