I have been writing for more than 10 years about Democrats, Liberals and Progressives chipping away at our Constitution. They have gotten away with it due to weak and uninformed politicians, some even joining the deliberate destruction. Their intent is to replace the Coinstitution with Socialism, working aggressively since 1915. They are now close to their goal.
The evidence is overwhelming and open to anyone to compare the laws, rules, orders, books and statements, with Socialism’s tenets. Today, Florida 6th graders are taught the USA is a Democracy and a School Board challenge indicated the Board agrees. The scary part is teachers believe it. They argue, while agreeing the USA is “technically” a Republic, then say, ‘by that definition, it is basically a representative democracy’. They came to that obvious contradiction without recognizing the error. Scary.
We also know the teachers and most other socialists continue to assault the Founding Fathers with nonsense. They use such terms as tired old men, ignorant, uneducated, dull farmers as well as rich slave owners, selfish etc. and much more.
I selected the head “dummy” since he was tagged “The Father of the Constitution”; James Madison, as representative of the founders. Lets see how uninformed he was, as a major writer of the constitution.
Madison was a History Professor, a graduate of Princeton University. He studied classical languages as well as modern. He was literate in Latin, Hebrew and Greek. He studied Philosophy while operating a 5000 acre farm. Since he was a farmer, that may have confused his critics. He was known for selecting learned tutors for special matters.
I refer you to The Federalist essay No 10. written by Madison as an aide to the public during the ratification period, 1787-89. I selected two paragraphs referring to popular governments and the reason to avoid them, thus the deliberate structure of our Constitution.
“Among the numerous advantages promised by a well constructed Union, none deserves to be more accurately developed than its tendency to break and control the violence of factions. The friend of popular governments never so alarmed for their character and fate, as when he contemplates their propensity to this dangerous vice.”
He notes “If a faction consists of less than a majority, relief is supplied by the republican principles which enable the majority to defeat its sinister views by regular vote, …the form of popular government. On the other hand, enables it to sacrifice to its ruling passion or interest, both the public good and the rights of other citizens.”
Madison continued, however that is the gist of his thoughts. pretty clear for a nincompoop.
See Federalist No 51 for the rational of the three equal branches of our government.