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Saturday, February 12, 2005
"After the Liberating Democracy of the Elections" is my long awaited Press Action take on Iraq's step forward into 2005. In case you were wondering, I am very serious especially about:
Democracy could have prevented all of the world’s historical tragedies. If America had been a democracy before 1861, over 600,000 people wouldn’t have had to die in The Civil War so, in the end, we could decide that humans shouldn’t own other humans. If the German people had tasted democracy, Nazi Germany never would have happened. Even today the perils of not being a democracy can be seen. If Venezuela were a democracy, the people wouldn’t keep electing terrorist supporter Hugo Chavez.Honest I do.
Mark Levin was on Hannity's radio show yesterday. What a great mind he is. It is impossible for me to understand how anybody could not see how the Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision (1857) was not the result of activist judges. Clearly the constitution didn't acknowledge slavery as being legal.