Discussion in 'Conspiracy Theories' started by BDBoop, Aug 7, 2011.
The United States of conspiracy: Why, more and more, Americans cling to crazy theories
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In the 1970's a commission investigating the JFK assassination came to the conclusion that there had to be more than one shooter. This than is the very definition of conspiracy, yet to this very day if someone suggest there was more than one shooter they are labeled a conspiracy theorist. We are living in a day when anyone speaks out against our government or contradicts it it anyway they are labeled a nut.
The U.S. Constitutions second amendment give all citizens the right to form militia. The article you have provided is just another attack against the rights that have been given to us all in the Constitution. We must remember that the very foundation of this country came into being through the blood and sacrifice of fighting against an oppressive government, and the second amendment was our founding fathers way of allowing us to do the same.
If are founding fathers were with us today, and went against our current government as it is today, than they would be considered conspiracy theorist. I thought the whole meaning of being American was to hold the Constitution sacred, and to stand up and fight to keep it
intact, and preserve the principles of a free people as set forth by our founding fathers.
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