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Today is Constitution Day

September 17, 2005

While we’re arguing about whether John Roberts will uphold Roe v. Wade once he’s on the Supreme Court, let’s not forget to read the constitution of our country.  You can order your own free pocket-sized copy at the American Bar Association’s Constitution education website.  You can also take a Constitution quiz, and – all you teachers – find educational resources.  Also read ABA president Michael S. Greco’s essay, Constitution still relevant to people in America.

John Roberts will probably be a good judge who will uphold the constitution.  That’s what has people on both the extreme right and extreme left worried.  They don’t want a good judge; they want a judge in their pocket.

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  1. September 18, 2005 at 10:13 | #1

    Yep. That’s a fact jack! The socialist left wants a tyranny by the majority and the religious right wing wants a religious tyranny. The constitution protects us from both.

    I also believe that Roberts will be a good man for the court. He is somewhat scary in that he appears to be squeaky clean. The man appears as one that set his sights on sitting on the Supreme
    Court when he was a young man and has made sure that he did nothing that would preclude this. Works for me but is pissing off both the extreme left and right wings.

  2. Casslyn
    September 24, 2010 at 01:45 | #2

    Last September 17 is the 223rd anniversary of the signing of the document that laid the foundation for the United States of America where schools all over the United States are instructing students about the Constitution. Courses were financed by the federal government in public educational institutions from elementary school all the way to college courses, states Fox News. The law made from the late West Virginia Sen. Byrd has been in effect since 2004 making it so September 17 will always be recognized as “Constitution Day and Citizenship Day”.

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