"Equal laws protecting equal rights -- the best guarantee of loyalty and love of country."
James Madison
(1751-1836), Father of the Constitution for the USA, 4th US President
letter to Jacob de la Motta, August 1820
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Accurately recognizing the law that "IS" and, administering such through rules of order as it/they relate to the heirs to Eternity's equal status - with each and every, any and all individual noble sovereign(s), is the best guarantee of understanding and exuding love, inalienable rights, justice, prosperity and peace (such would promote loyalty).
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    What an amusing anecdote, in today's landscape!

    Laws, We got; equitable definition and application of them is another question entirely. When We sovereigns are expected to follow the letter of the law and receive harsh penalties for not doing so, Our illegal invaders enjoy relative impunity for their transgressions, whilst Our ruling class enjoy practicing wanton lawlessness at the highest levels of public awareness and trust. And to imagine, from the perspective of the wayward democrats, this is all whitey's/American Constitution's fault.

    U$A is now officially Uncle Sham
     -- Mark W, Aurora, CO     
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    The consistency of equal protection under the law:

    The most certain guarantor, under the aegis of the prevalence of the influence of rooted in Reality morality, of the continuity of the rule of law.
     -- Patrick Henry, Red Hill     
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     -- Ronw13, OR      
    A lot of our DC employees have become "more equal than others".
     -- Durham, Birmingham, AL     
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    Unfortunately, laws are merely for distributing the graft now. 'Rights' are being redefined as guaranteed government subsidy for insurance, education, mortgage credits, drugs, safe spaces from reality. Is there any way to push this wave back to wash away the economic ghetto that is the result of such usurpation? Slavery/servitude is STILL the #1 racket in the world, we haven't gotten rid of it yet, only expanded its reach and improved its conditions. Bread and circuses still dominate the masses attention.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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     -- jim k, Austin      
     -- jim k, Austin      
    With this thought in mind we need to nationalize housing, transportation, goods and services and all citizens should share the resources and sources fairly and equally.  Any other directions is criminal.  To nationalize is to balance resources, as well as mind and body.
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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