Reassert the Bill of Rights Against Our Public Servants

         There is a common misconception that we have "constitutional rights," i.e., rights granted to us by the Constitution, when in fact we have been endowed by our Creator with unalienable rights. The free exercise of those rights is to be protected by government and the Bill of Rights is merely a partial listing of those rights, with a prohibition of government's interference in their exercise. The nature of the so called "Bill of Rights" is such that it should have been titled the "Bill of Restrictions on Government!"

         The contract establishing our federal union was a limited delegation of powers possessed by the people themselves. I believe, as do many others, that that delegation was not irrevocable. When the union becomes destructive of the ends for which it was formed (namely the ends declared in its preamble) and those wearing the titles of offices created by it do not honor the responsibilities it assigns to those offices, the people will once again be obligated to force the king to sign the Magna Carta, send him into exile, or build a wall around their castle and bar the door to his agents!