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Law Professor on CBS Says ‘Let’s Give Up On The Constitution’

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January 27th, 2013
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The following op-ed run on CBS’s 60 Minutes takes a backwards interpretation of the Constitution, perverting the document that enshrines and protects our civil rights by arguing that it allows people to control their own lives.

Breitbart.com has posted yet another scholar who advocates destroying a centuries-long battle to uphold protections for the individual and discourage despots. Louis Michael Seidman, a law professor from Georgetown University, shamelessly calls for tearing off the chains on government, joining a chorus of individuals ready to undo the country’s foundations in the wake of tragedy.

Shockingly, he advocates throwing the baby out with the bathwater all while trying to pacify the audience into believing that “giving up on the Constitution” is NOT a radical thing. Seidman argues that if President Obama wasn’t born in the country, it shouldn’t matter, and further claims that if people want to debate, or adopt, gun control, it should be within their rights to do so.

And yet Seidman has shown his disdain for individual rights by advocating the removal of those protections over our nation.

He is clearly not interested in weighing responsible revisions to create better government, but to disarm critics clinging to the Constitution, and that clear, pesky “shall not infringe” clause under the 2nd Amendment in the Bill of Rights. Seidman states, in part, “Talking about gun control in terms of constitutional obligation needlessly raises the temperature of political discussion.” The danger of taking his position in the name of keeping a cool demeanor holds an obvious danger.

Seidman’s real agenda is revealed by regurgitated talking points that have showed up over the years in the post-9/11 world to justify eviscerating protections for individuals from government. By de-legitimizing the argument to hold to the Constitution, this law professor is ushering in arbitrary law and a public opinion that could shift with the wind rather than uphold a principle, a key buffer set up by imperfect founders to try to stave off tyranny through a separation of power.

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  • Raaalf

    OK None of us voted on the constitution, so we shouldn’t be held to it. I didn’t get to vote on ANY of the stupid laws we have now, so I don’t feel obliged to obey them either. Either we’re a nation of laws, or we’re not. From my observarions, we’re not anymore.

    • MushroomCloud

      It works like this Ralfie.

      You elect representatives from your state every few years to vote on your behalf in Washington.

      All 50 states were required to RATIFY the Constitution before they were allowed to become a state. Ratify means to approve.

      So, through the state representatives that you chose in the election process to represent you, you did indeed agree to the Constitution.

      • skinnymoose

        No…a bunch of dudes 2 centurys ago sat in a room and agreed to, and signed it, no one else did, not then or now. Those assholes in washington dont represent me, you or anyone else. The whole thing is a sham. The only good thing about the CON-stitution is the Bill of Rights. And that wasnt put in until 2 years after the CON-constitution was ratifed. People back then were about to rebel again because the CON-stitution was so crappy so they threw them a bone and added the Bill Of Rights.

    • thefatmexican

      you don’t like it fucking leave the gtfo of the us.

  • Mr. Seidman’s Master

    OK,

    You give up the Constitution then Mr. Louis Michael Seidman. I’ll make you my b!tch and we can see how you like it.

    If your happy then we’ll follow in your foot steps.

  • http://www.republicofflorida.org JoeRepublic

    This fuck is a complete and utter jackass. I love the way he makes his best effort to diminish and belittle the very ETERNAL principles of our Constitution by tearing it down with moot points and circular logic. That smug little bitch thinks he’s so fucking smart. We’re not convinced.

    • neslo

      Agreed, I think he should be tried for treason for attempting to subvert the entire basic contract under which we live.

      And this is a law professor, like Obummer is a constitutional lawyer by training. A smart 10th grader with a decent mastery of english could do a fine job of deciding actions based on what the constitution says.

  • anonymous

    That jackass needs some lead

  • Cody

    They are getting more bold in their diatribe against everything that made america a great nation. This not going to stop until full scale war erupts and the bodies piling up.

    All militia units and lone wovles prepare for battle in your home states, it’s coming soon.

    Continue stocking up with ammo and gear. Ignore all further executive orders from that traitor in the white house and his minions like eric holder.
    This country is looking like the 1850′s pre-civil war.
    The talk from washington is getting more ridiculous and tyrannical by the day. DHS has now ordered 7000 fully automatic rifles for use against us and the mainstream media cowers in fear.

  • XC

    The real issue here is that this is the type of professor that is on most college campuses across the nation, indoctrinating our young adults. We will have a whole generation of citizens who think like this….I predict with this mess and other stuff going on, the Constitution will be nothing more than an old fable within 15 yrs.

    • Anonymous

      Sadly, I fear you are right, unless something radical happens……or everything collapses under tyranny and when we are all living in a socialist totalitarian state, then perhaps all the over educated liberals and all the youth they brainwashed, will then believe that the Constitution/bill of rights was ineed a good thing…..but of course it will be too late then

  • Al

    This man is no law professor at least not in America. He is a traitor and should leave this country if he does not believe in the constitution. Obviously, on the Obama payroll.

  • clawhammer

    your either with the constitution or your with the terrorists

  • jr

    Better idea: give up funding the fascist, leftist Ivy League commie faux universities, and put them all out to Pol Pot style forced labour. Give their pensions and retirements to the poor. Those faux sabbaticals? Give them to the poor, too.

  • Mark
  • Joe smoke

    my trigger finger is getting really itchy

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