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Re: “No longer BFFs: Chuck Baldwin and Ron Paul

The framers intent argument differs between Libertarian and Constitutional Party members most egregiously. The Constitutional Party members advocate that the nation was founded on Christian principles and they should be shown through the government. Whereas, the Libertarians say that the Constitution was written by those who were wishing for religious freedom and freedom from interference from their government. While both views have their advantages one only has to understand the history in question to know that the treasonous colonists that left Britain to eventually form the United States were of all religions, tired of an oppressive government and wanting to assure in a new foundation the bedrock principles of keeping the government open to moral influence (where ever that may come from), but also to keep the central government detached from its citizens promoting freedom throughout the colonies. Although the right to religious freedom is a core principle of our nation and it's foundations, it is necessary to remember that "choice" was the core idea behind this force.

Posted by Sentrosi1983 on 10/09/2008 at 11:42 AM

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