By definition, I'm a "strict constructionist." In short, I believe that The Constitution means what it says. It's not a "living document" where Diane Feinstein has the right to define just what exactly goes into my gun cabinet.
I believe in free speech. I also believe in a saying popular at the time of The Framers. They claimed that the 'tree of liberty' needed to watered occasionally with the blood of patriots. You have to stick your neck out for freedom, it isn't free.
When I ride my motorcycle I don't give a flip what you think. I make the payments. I vote. I don't make fun of the "faux teak wood" in your Lexus.
During the mid-1970's, I rode with other bikers to repeal Wisconsin's helmet law by "violating that statute." I rode openly on public streets without my helmet, in deliberate violation and contempt for the law of the land.
In so doing I utilized many aspects of The Constitution. I assembled peacefully. I used free speech. I did not allow any errant British soldiers to sleep in my home.
I now ride free from governmental intrusion.
I suggest the same course of action here. Organize. Vote. Boycott. Send a handful of goose feathers and a tea bag to your elected representative. If nothing else it really ticks off liberals when you have actually read The Constitution and the Federalist Papers and you won't go away.YouTube - We The People Stimulus PackageYouTube - Harley-Davidson: Live by it.