Fri, 3 Mar 2000 16:06:06 EST

In a message dated 3/3/00 3:55:03 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

<< NO, I love theidea, and the actuallity of the constitution, but i dont
 we should use it as a shield, or a crutch, and if at some point there is a
 better set of laws proposed, i think that we should be open enought to
 consider them as a replacement. >>

No ones going to be agreeable with replacing the Constitution all together. I
am not saying we should use it as a shield or a crutch, but we should not
forget to use it when the need to arises. Your rights are null and void
without the Constitution. Our Government would walk all over us if it wasn't
for the Constitution. If its replaced, the Government will have a field day
rewriting our rights. Who's going to ensure our rights, if the Constitution
is replaced??

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