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Comment: When J. Quincy Adams stood for the Amistad slaves

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When J. Quincy Adams stood for the Amistad slaves

I dare say this Supreme Courtroom scene from Spielberg's movie, Amistad, presents more of the understanding of Personhood that true Libertarians hold dear, than the abundance of platitudes from the North verses South on slavery, now being played-off as Big-Gov Liberals vs Neo-Conservatives to enslave us all under their oligarchy .

Kind gentle-persons of the United States Congress, House Reps and Senators of all the States, which represent Us according to our Federal and respective State Constitutions, under which you are sworn to uphold and defend against all enemies foreign and domestic, including those who would rise up from among yourselves to subvert it, and usurp it's Just powers to serve their own purposes; please pause to consider:

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass