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Posted by: Dale Eastman
« on: February 13, 2023, 09:00:09 AM »

➽ So it shouldn’t be a shock we allow

Who the F is this "we"?
Stand up and be known as a unique single individual.
You and I are NOT "we".
You and I are NOT "We the people" long dead.
You and I are NOT "We the people" not dead.
If alive, the writers of the CONstitution could not prove they were actually authorized by the millions of individuals then alive with millions of notarized delegations of authority to speak for any of the millions then alive.
Nobody has been delegated any authority to presume to speak for this collection of individuals, dead or alive. Nobody.
I've just explained why assuming to speak for "we" anywhere at anytime is an irritation for me.