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Mordor on the Potomac Destroys the Constitution’s Republicanism

The_MiracleMandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript I’d say that the established religion in the United States is the godless, soulless, perverted Constitution.  That’s what creates the hierarchy.  This is what creates the power structure.”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Consider what has transpired in our lifetime.

The Supreme Court has ordered the de-Christianization of all public institutions in what was a predominantly Christian country. Christian holy days, holidays, Bibles, books, prayers and invocations were all declared to be impermissible in public schools and the public square.

Secular humanism became, through Supreme Court edict, our established religion in the United States.

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Mike:  I’d say that the established religion in the United States is the godless, soulless, perverted Constitution.  That’s what creates the hierarchy.

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This is what creates the power structure.  Notice that you’ll find from time to time that libs, when they make some of their more shocking arguments, they will obliquely kind of throw in, in throwaway lines, they’ll throw in mentions of the Constitution and the unfinished work of pursuing a more perfect union and what have you.  These are all things that we can and should discuss, but bear in mind that you will hear that often.  You will hear it often because it provides cover.  That is the legitimacy that they’re using.  [mocking] “Well, Mike, they’re using a perverted version of the Constitution.  I don’t appreciate that.”  You’re right but too bad.  That is the way it is.  To them, it is holy writ, although it’s not holy because they don’t believe in anything holy, other than their own authority.  As a matter of fact, you might say that the religious authority and the religious edict that they do subscribe to and do subordinate themselves to is in that pursuit of a more perfect union.

Just imagine if some in the Federal Convention of 1787 would have gotten their way and the preamble not been included in the text of the Constitution.  There were several, George Mason among them, that argued against having a preamble, saying there was no necessity for a preamble, and that if there was, it should not have been included in the main text and shouldn’t have been submitted to what was about to go out to the states to be ratified.  It was okay to maybe have one as a separate descriptor but not in the actual text.  Back to Buchanan:

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Federal Convention of 1787The instrument of revolution is judicial review, the doctrine that makes the Supreme Court the final arbiter . . . consider what has transpired in our lifetime. The Supreme Court has ordered the de-Christianization of all public institutions . . . and the American people took it. [Mike: That’s because the American sheeple have basically de-Christianized themselves, too. That shouldn’t come as a surprise.]

Why was there not massive civil disobedience against this anti-Christian discrimination, as there was against segregation? Why did Congress, which has the power to abolish every federal district and appellate court and to restrict the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, not act?

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Mike:  Because they’re not Christians, and because they’re acting upon the soulless, godless Constitution.  They might have liked it.  They might have publically said [mocking] “This is not gonna stand.”  As Ron Paul has pointed out all along, Pat, Congress always had the power to undo all of these acts.  Congress could have undone, if they wanted to Engel v. Vitale, which is one of the first cases against prayers in school.  They could have undone all these acts.  One simple act of Congress could have undone the damage done by federal courts.  If the federal courts would not have yielded, they could have abolished the court.  All that is necessary for a federal judiciary is a Supreme Court, which is made up of a tribunal, three justices, and such other inferior courts as Congress may determine.  They may; they don’t have to.

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Each branch of government, wrote Jefferson, is “independent of the others and has an equal right to decide for itself what is the meaning of the Constitution in the cases submitted to its action.”

“No branch has the absolute or final power to control the others, especially an unelected judiciary,” added Quirk.

In 1954, the Supreme Court ordered the desegregation of all public schools.

But when the Court began to dictate the racial balance of public schools, and order the forced busing of children based on race across cities and county lines to bring it about, a rebellion arose.

Only when resistance became national and a violent reaction began did our black-robed radicals back down.

Yet the Supreme Court was not deterred in its resolve to remake America. In 1973, the Court discovered the right to an abortion in the Ninth Amendment. Then it found, also hidden in the Constitution, the right to engage in homosexual sodomy.

When Congress enacted the Defense of Marriage Act, Bill Quirk urged it to utilize Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution, and write in a provision stripping the Supreme Court of any right to review the act.

Congress declined, and the Court, predictably, dumped over DOMA.

Republican presidents have also sought to curb the Supreme Court’s aggressions through the appointment process. And largely failed.

Of four justices elevated by Nixon, three voted for Roe. Ford’s nominee John Paul Stevens turned left. Two of Reagan’s Sandra Day O’Connor and Anthony Kennedy, went wobbly. Bush I’s David Souter was soon caucusing with the liberals.

Today, there are four constitutionalists on the Court. If the GOP loses the White House in 2016, then the Court is gone, perhaps forever.

Yet, the deeper problem lies in congressional cowardice in refusing to use its constitution power to rein in the Court.

Ultimately, the failure is one of conservatism itself.

Indeed, with neoconservatives in the van, the GOP hierarchy is today in headlong retreat on same-sex marriage.

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Mike:  Remember, I told you this last week, that the biggest catastrophe that was going to emerge out of the Virginia homosexual marriage case being refused by the court is that there would be a stampede by so-called conservatives towards moderation. [mocking] “This is going to be the law of the land now.  We’re going to have to make common cause with these people” we’re going to be told.  No.  Something that violates God’s law, the foundational and only law that ought to really matter, at least in the first instance, any law that is subsidiary to it, not to say it doesn’t matter because it does, but it must be under, must be subject to.  This is not something to be surrendered.  Of course, it will be, which will tell you a lot about the surrenderers as well.  Back to Patrick J. Buchanan:

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Yet, the deeper problem lies in congressional cowardice in refusing to use its constitutional power to rein in the Court.

Ultimately, the failure is one of conservatism itself.

Indeed, with neoconservatives in the van, the GOP hierarchy is today in headlong retreat of same-sex marriage. Its performance calls to mind the insight of that unreconstructed Confederate chaplain to Stonewall Jackson, Robert Lewis Dabney, on the failure of conservatives to halt the march of the egalitarians:

“American conservatism is merely the shadow that follows Radicalism as it moves forward towards perdition. It remains behind it, but never retards it, and always advances near its leader. … Its impotency is not hard, indeed, to explain. It is worthless because it is the conservatism of expediency only, and not of sturdy principle. It intends to risk nothing serious, for the sake of the truth, and has no idea of being guilty of the folly of martyrdom.”

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Mike:  Let me just inform you of something, ladies and gentlemen.  The forced imposition of homosexual marriage, which is going to be forced on the rest of the states that are not currently in compliance, which would include my State of Louisiana, and I think there are 12 other states whose laws remain in effect, 12 or 13, they will, in due time, be told that the laws we have on our books here, for example, the Louisiana law that prohibits this, we will all be told that those laws are no longer in effect.

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A judge is going to intervene.  A judge is going to weigh in on the prior judicial intervention and is going to nullify those laws.  That’s what’s headed our way.  I can tell you right now, rest assured, the surrender by the so-called conservatives will be swift and it will be framed as something that is ultimately a net positive.

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