Comment: FOCUS. It is Constitutionalism; Not Conservatism or Libertarian

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FOCUS. It is Constitutionalism; Not Conservatism or Libertarian

FOCUS. It is Constitutionalism; Not Conservatism or Libertarianism;

The founders spent years examining what was necessary for free INDEPENDENT republic"S" based upon past histories of failed attempts.

As written, aside from the obvious mistake over slavery to get southern states to sign the Constitution, which have been corrected in the documents;

The principles of the Declaration of Independence and "LIMITED COMPACT" of the Constitution are as close to perfect when followed under the ORIGINAL INTENT set down in the Ratifying Conventions and established in Common Law Principles.

Here are 6 Founders Documents and 2 APP Article links that show the LIMITATIONS of the Federal Government and the need for small, strong, LOCALLY well represented republics, that resolve the issues of both Conservatives and Libertarians (both ill defined definitions because those that usually promote them vary so greatly in stands that they are blurred beyond definition):

5 Founders Documents:

Which include the

Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788 (Bill of Rights, Welfare Clause, Militia, State Powers);

Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 1798 (Limited Compact, Limited federal Powers, Nullification, State and local Powers over federal);

The Absolute Rights of the Colonists 1772 (Common Law Inalienable Rights and Individual Powers;

John Locke Second Treatise on Civil Government 1689 (Common Law Principles);


Federalist #46 James Madison Segment establishing the LIMIT of federal Military powers, found at the bottom of the American Patriot Party main page


APP Article: Republics and Representation - referring to numerous Founders documents:


APP Article: "Privileges and Contracts" regarding corruption of the Constitution by the state and federal government granting EXCLUSIVE PRIVILEGES to individuals and groups. Turning Free Trade into PRIVILEGED Trade, and Freedom of Contract into PRIVILEGED Contracts:

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Daily Paul:

RichardTaylorAPP - Chair - American Patriot Party.CC

John Locke #201, 202, 212 to 232; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 1798; Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788; Rights of the Colonists 1772.