The Liberty Bill Act

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  1. freeandfun1
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    The Liberty Bill Act
     
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    I like that idea! :usa:
     
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    I'm all for the Liberty Bill... an splendid idea!

    :dance:
     
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    A nice idea...Export the Constitution on greenbacks since we're not so much using it anymore. :rolleyes:
     
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    WOWEEEEEEEEE! If we can get agreement on something from Bully, albeit a begrudging one, then this really is a red-letter day.

    Somebody pass the beer.

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    I'd vote for putting it on the $10. who cares about the U.S.Treasury Building being on there? But the $1 bill has to much symbolism of this Country from its beginnings to change it. Just my opinion.

    http://www.niehs.nih.gov/kids/triviadollar.htm
     
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    I agree with that. Constitution over Treasury anyday.
     
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    Thanks for the compliment, but it is undeserved. Is irony truly beyond your grasp?

    As for the "Liberty Bill"...It is meaningless as long as our government ignores both the letter and the spirit of the Constitution.
     
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    Amen. The day we all own firearms if and when we ant them, can yell "FIRE" in a theatre if we want to, and keep whatever we earn (income taxes are NOT constitutionally legal in my opinion), is the day we REALLY take the constitution seriously.
     
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    Nope. I got yours.

    Guess mine was waaaay too subtle for ya. I'll try to be more obvious next time.
     

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