Hear perspectives from home and abroad about the reality of what this administration's bent on socialism (with Obamacare, Common Core or National Standards among others) will lead to. Luca Bocci of Tea Party Italian paints a very disturbing picture of a country who in their hope of forming a better constitution had thought it would give everyone more freedoms, more rights to free healthcare, housing, jobs (where you can't be fired from). Only problem was their unlimited desires met up with limited money when used by an unlimited number of corrupt politicians who serve themselves (vote-buying) first just as America is seeing today.
However here in America, there is an incredible document called the Constitution to go back to. But it's going to take Americans realizing the truth of where the Foundation is to be able to rebuild it back solid instead of the sinking sand so many in Washington keeps building on.
Here's some of the text on interview. Be sure to listen to it's entirety as this is one of the best lessons you'll hear on your upcoming future and indeed how precious is the US Constitution. It is a gift that must be dusted off by its citizens so that they can keep this the land of the free...
...I do think that what Mr. Luca said should inspire us in America because I understand his point. We have the Constitution.
They did not have a document to restrict this power and they've naturally grown into what has become tyrannical government that tries to control everything. But we do have the Constitution and we ought to be very grateful for it.
I looked recently at my schedule book, in our little daily schedules-printed in New York the schedulers or monthly planners whatever. They have all these holidays-Mexico Independent, Mexican Revolution, Mexican Constitution and on September 17th they make no mention of Constitution Day and that's simply exemplary of what's going on in our country is an attempt to eliminate what the Constitution means. They say it's a living document or not a living document, it is a dead document. We've got to understand what they mean by "living."
They mean that it changes like they supposed human nature changes and therefore it's not viable. But the point is human nature does not change because it's fallen from grace of God and therefore the Constitution which restricted that human nature is as viable today as it was yesterday or 200 years ago. It is "living" in the fact that it does not change because human nature does not change. It is "not" a dead document.
But they've co-opted the language already, so that they've got us saying it's not living. Well, if it's not living its dead. Now, I understand what they mean by living. What they mean by living is wrong-- it (Constitution) does not change because human nature does not change.
And human nature will not change and that's what we've got to understand. The Constitution is very viable today as it was then...