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31f0af  No.39174

I believe it is the goal of every man to have a life that is his own. Where he can choose for HIMSELF what he wants to achieve or how he goes about achieving it. This is, of course, without detriment of harm to his fellow man. The Founding Fathers had created a new paradigm with the creation of the United States of America. They has started a nation with the credo that every man has the God given right to "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness". Now, was that achieved when the constitution was signed? Of course not. There were till 200,000+ men who were in chains and would remain so for another 80+years. Then another good and right thing happened. The Emancipation Proclamation was signed which ended slavery. But were those men now truly free to decide their own destinies? No. There was one party that kept them in chains, but then stopped them from deciding their futures by denying them their Constitutional right to vote. Then the Voting Rights Act and Civil Rights Act was passed in 1965. Were those men free then? They had the right to vote, their freedom was not impinged, they had no more chains. But I would argue that they were no more free of the "plantation" in their MINDS then the slaves were back one-hundred years ago. The Democrat party had not only given the blacks of this country more Federally-funded "chains" in the form of welfare, public housing, Medicaid and food-stamps but also made any success they achieved seem "less than" with the advent of Affirmative Action and quotas.

So, while we can argue what is right and good, until we achieve the very basic goal of every man being able to live the life he can and achieve what he will with NO government interference, we will never have what the Founders foresaw.

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