Has America in her attempt to control lives even among those who are illegally in the country ever going to say enough is enough? We don’t think so. Predicated upon what the U.S. government has evolved into since approximately the late 1800s it seems to us that although changes are needed, the facts still remain, as long as the nation has the slightest notion of getting a larger federal government and continues to regulate just about every aspect of human life then the chances of living (or at least trying too) will end up virtually impossible.
Suffice it to understand, that even now America is being pushed, while in most circumstances still led by incompetent, self-adoring, nitwits who continually do despicable and idiotic things yet for what? Just for a few examples, we’ll cite a small portion:
If one ever needs a reality check about government intervention all they need to do is have a quick read of the “Equal Protection Clause” to be aware of the quagmire that America has created for itself. Between citizenship and equal protection, “…in modern constitutional law the command to treat all people equally extends to all actions by the government..”
If one were to take the Civil Rights Act of 1868 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 the protections including race, religion, creed, color, gender, national origin, age, and disabilities. Now when one looks into the various “Acts” one is immediately drawn to discrimination. The various acts have included sexual orientation meaning, homosexual, lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transsexual, and I’m certain I’m leaving some out; however, not on purpose. You see, with the various Titles, Sections, Subsections, and everything considered with those including but not limited to. Asylum, refugees, others being relocated here for some other cause, the question now is: Who isn’t protected?
Take for example our previous writing regarding Elaine Huguenin who being the owner of Elane’s Photography and serious about her faith didn’t refuse to do anything stating, “our business is limited to traditional weddings, portraits, events, and singer/actor head shots and portfolios.” When asked about a same-sex commitment ceremony all Mrs. Huguenin did was stated what her business does and her religious beliefs were not consistent with same-sex marriages. That’s it in a nutshell.
Along comes Ms. Willock who previously asked if Elane’s Photography did same-sex photography, Mrs. Huguenin simply stated as she had done previously when knock-knock there’s a process server at your door. Elaine Huguenin was being sued pursuant to the anti-discrimination clause of the 14th Amendment; however, when did anyone ask Elaine about her 1st Amendment religious rights?
We feel that anymore regulation into a person’s life will continue to constitute people for unknown reasons colliding into each other. It is believed that originally yes, Affirmative Action was warranted. Yet, at the same time why are we even negotiating a DREAM Act or pathways to citizenship when we’re already in a cluster-quagmire?
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