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The Missing Amendment to the Bill of Rights October 22, 2015

Posted by geoff in News.
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The right to keep things the same.

People struggle their entire lives to create the lifestyle and environment they prefer. Whether urban, suburban, rural, or prepper, they buy property in an area that suits them, blend in with the neighbors, and relax into the life they’ve dreamed of.

Until someone or something comes along to turn their life upside down. Like, say, as is currently happening to all those little towns in Europe who are being flooded by immigrants. And little towns in America who suffer the same thing.

Progressives always focus on the upside of change, but they never respect the rights of those who are quite happy with their lives, and who don’t want to lose the lifestyle they’ve either inherited or created. You’re always going to have change, of course, but incidental change isn’t the issue: directed, planned, enforced change is.

So like I said, we need an 11th amendment to the Bill of Rights.

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