Quote DugFmJamul: It means each branch of government stays within its constitutional limits and when one branch tries to exceed those limits one of the other branches puts them in check, its called 'checks and balances'.
I think we all agree with that. Let's take it a step further and realize that all consolidation of power is suspect and we should not only maintain checks and balances in government, but check the rising power of multinational corporations.
I assume you also agree then that the conservative dominated US Supreme Court is out of control and has too much power.
Quote DugFmJamul:Supporting sedition against our Constitution is what lead to the fall of our Republic and the rise of the 'Stealth Socialist' by the name of Obama. Only returning to our Constitutional 'Roots' will stop the full Obama transformation of our government into a 'Progressive-Socialist State'. No other nation has been able to stop this transformation at the half-way point, hopefully we will be the first!
I've asked this before, and I'm genuinely curious, since your opinions seem radical to me, what specific policies of the current administration have violated the Constitution? Were you or are you as critical of conservative politicians who have violated the Constitution, for example, Bush's disregard for Habeas Corpus and due process in the detainment of people at Guantanamo? Or South Carolina's State Constitution which states in Article VI, Section 2, "No person who denies the existence of the Supreme Being shall hold any office under this Constitution." In clear and absolute violation of the US Constitution, Article VI, Section 3, "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."