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Why de facto government (tyranny) is replacing the Constitution

Why de facto government (tyranny) is replacing the Constitution

April 5, 2015

Alan Keyes

In my WND column, I apply the logic of America’s founders to the constitutional issue raised by Obama’s refusal to defend the DOMA signed into law during the Clinton era. Like the partial-birth abortion ban from roughly the same period, the law may have been a political ploy, intended to provide cover for elitist faction politicians (Republicans and Democrats) who wanted to have a vote they could cite as proof of their support for “traditional” morality.

It allowed them to do so without taking a forward position on the issue of gay marriage that would expose them to attack from the elitist forces pushing to eviscerate the God-endowed rights of the natural family.

Obama’s pretended change of heart (actually, as Michael Gaynor points out, a reversion to type) signaled the launch of what is intended to be the elitist faction’s decisive offensive against the natural family’s God-endowed rights. This offensive is the culmination of the decades-long effort to erode the nation’s allegiance to the self-evident truths upheld in the Declaration of Independence, beginning with the truth that, as the Creator of human nature, God determines the natural rights of all humanity……………MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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