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    John McInerneyDec 9, 2010 at 6:39 pm

    Nice article! Nice an punchy. Lots of information.

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    citizenwDec 7, 2010 at 4:04 pm

    The right of a free people
    to consent to the power that governs them
    cannot be given away by their forbears,
    nor can it be assumed away by their fellow citizens.

    In that right, in that power of consent, granted or withheld, is the essence of their freedom.

    Constitutional provisions notwithstanding, freedom intrinsically, inherently, innately, and inalienably consists of the right to consent to how one is governed.

    We corrected that Constitutional defect for Blacks and Women. Someday we will correct it for DC residents, and for other American citizens whose freedoms may be suppressed by defective provisions of our Constitution.

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      Ian McInerneyDec 8, 2010 at 2:25 pm

      citizenw, I really hope so

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