It’s the United States of America.
In September 2014, the U.S. Constitution celebrated its 227th birthday. It is the world’s longest surviving written charter of government, followed by Norway, which had its constitution enacted in 1814, followed by the Belgium constitution that dates back to 1831.
But in the current Obamanation where unconstitutional executive actions are routinely taken, totally bypassing Congress, a fair question might be: Is the United States still a Constitutional Republic?
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Recently, Republican Congressman Bob Goodlatte put the matter in perspective, saying: “As we reflect with reverence on the oldest written constitution still in use today, let’s also not forget the dangers of an unchecked executive branch.”
We agree wholeheartedly with that statement–especially in a modern age where only half the constitutions last more than 19 years.
Let us not take the rich history of our nation lightly. Let us return to founding principles that made our nation great. There are plenty of Socialist nations a person can live in if they’re not happy here–and many of them have very warm climates and other fringe benefits.
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So from now on, if anyone tries to take The United States of America one step further into the suicidal saucepan of Socialism, let’s offer them a one way ticket to any of the 195 other countries in the world for them to see how long they’d last spouting off their mouths with complaints against their new country.
The popular phrase from the 1960s was “America: Love it or leave it.” So let’s work together on rebuilding the moral fabric of America to give everyone a country to love again.