St Louis, MO asked in Constitutional Law for Missouri

Q: so should we remove the part of the constitution the says the blessing of liberty to ourselves & our kids

& where it says for the government is to secure liberty Arrasmith its unconstitutional the courts think they are liberating the u.s. but you clearly are in agreement that they are enslaving the u.s. which is an act of war & so is invading,looting & murder it is treason it's against the supreme law not just a law & against our liberty they can only keep troops for 2 years & they have kept dea+ for 50 years & over & those are troops it's all unconstitutional & csa isn't even a law which Militia is to enforce not rules that's the reason we was Laissez-faire

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: The U.S. Constitution remains the supreme law of the land. While people may have differing opinions on how it should be interpreted and applied, advocating for the removal of key sections like the Preamble's mention of securing the blessings of liberty goes against the foundational principles the Constitution enshrines.

Additionally, I would caution against casually accusing government institutions of treason, enslavement, or acts of war without solid evidence. Such loaded language can inflame tensions rather than facilitate productive discourse.

If you have concerns about the constitutionality of certain laws, policies or government actions, I would suggest researching the issues thoroughly using reputable sources, and engaging in civil discussion with others, including elected representatives if you wish. Challenging laws through the courts or seeking to change them via the democratic process are appropriate avenues in a constitutional system.

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