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Posts from chuck Woolery, Rockville

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Its tragic when journalists advocate for progress.  They should just stick to informing us of the failed systems we keep trying to tweak...or pray that they go away. 

Chuck Woolery, Rockville
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Chuck Woolery, Rockville Anonymous (3/1/19)

Nuclear weapons can do that. Madison should have codified the "Laws of Nature and Nature's God" into the Constitution instead of following the path of least resistance and basing the Constitution on the illusion of independence (state sovereignty). 

Chuck Woolery, Rockville

Madison’s prediction #2 has never happened. #1 is insane. #3 is nature and human nature. #4 is a fundamental human right

Chuck Woolery, Rockville

There is a profound difference between political principles and fundamental principles (self evident truths that only a fool would argue against).  Our Declaration of Independence offered such truths...that all people are endowed with certain God given rigths...   The founding father's asserted that these 'self-evident truths' came from the "Laws of Nature and Nature's God".  Yet they created a constitution that violated both.  I accept their Fundamental Principles without question.  And I assert that nearly every problem political parties fail to address today, is because they firmly believe their political (party) principles are superior to those inherent in nature and and all faiths (the Golden Rule). 

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Chuck Woolery, Rockville E Archer, NYC (9/3/18)

Nationalism causes mass murder.  The current world paradigm that puts national sovereignty superior to the protection of human rights is the fundamental flaw in our global governance system.  The framers of our Constitution made the same mistake in moving forward with the protection of slavery under States rights.  That fundamental flaw was contrary to the "Laws of Nature and Nature's God" that were recognized as "Self-evident" "Truths" and led to a civil war that killed more Americans than all the wars since then combined.  Keeping this 400 year old concept alive in today's world is suicide given the proliferation of WMD and multiple other powerful dual use technologies capable of mass slaughter that guns or independent governments cannot protect us from. 

Chuck Woolery, Rockville

The end result of this quote would be the same if you dropped the word Socialism...and changed 'national' to 'nationalism.'  

Chuck Woolery, Rockville

It is not possible to keep an oath to "support and defendthe Constitution ...[and] the principles in our Declaration ofIndependence.  The Constitution is based on a mythical ideal of independence which exists no where but in our minds. Protecting our freedoms and security depend on being responsible in how our government uses its power here AND aboard. It (we) have failed miserably in our devotion to justice for all.  It is better to be rich and guilty in this nation than innocent and poor.  And if you are not a US citizen...our government has no respect for your inalienable rights.  The very principle the Declaration gives for the creation of our government...

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