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Is The Constitution Relevant?

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Sgt. 1st Class Kristoffer B. Domeij IS TONIGHTS DEDICATION of In LOVING Memory. Killed 2 years ago tonight. The Army Ranger Dies on 14th War Deployment. 

 The U.S. Constitution is arguably the most influential & important document in the history of our country.When it comes to the Constitution there are many people who feel that it is an "archaic" document that does not work for modern times. What's your opinion?

Natural Born Citizen Update-Barack Obama eligibility supporters maintain that he is an Article II “natural born Citizen” & therefore eligible to be President. But to do so, they have blended together, through ignorance or intent, “citizen,” “born citizen,” & “natural born Citizen,” & denied that there is a critical constitutional distinction between these phrases. These supporters and enablers, who I call the citizen/born citizen/natural born citizen conflationists, in constitutionally supporting Barack Obama to be president, have allowed our Constitution, the rule of law, & our nation to be violated.

Tea-Party vs GOP Fat Cat Establishment you may have heard, establishment socialist kingpin Karl Rove launched his latest effort in electoral king making: the Conservative Victory Project. But this is no mere project for conservative victories. As The New York Times described it, Rove's intentions are "to counter other organizations that have helped defeat establishment Republican candidates over the last two election cycles."In short, Rove wants to avoid future, Todd Akin fiasco type incidents - or at least that's one way of looking at it. Of course, the more popular interpretation of Rove's new mission is that he's taking on the Tea Party, whose members might recall the zero times their movement was mentioned at the RNC CONVENTION during prime time. 

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