What if the churches, ministers, preachers and church elders were not so afraid of losing their tax exempt status and would speak out? What if borough, city, state and federal employees were not so intimidated and so afraid of loosing their jobs and would speak out? What if contractors, electricians, surveyors, plumbers and builders were not so afraid of loosing their contracts with the city and borough and they would speak out? What if Coast Guardsman were not so afraid of getting reassigned to Antarctica and they would speak out? What if the administrators and teachers in our schools were not so afraid of loosing their jobs and they would speak out? What if some people were not so afraid of what others would think of them and they would speak out? What if True freedom of speech still existed and all of these people really could speak out – how many people would be at the Special Planning and Zoning meeting in the Auditorium on Wed., Feb. 4th at 6:30 PM?

 
What if the 1st Amendment was the 1st Amendment, not the 2nd, 3rd or 4th for a reason? What if the Framers knew that if we lost our 1st Amendment then we would surely loose the the other Nine? What if it was the intent of the 1st Amendment of the Bill of Rights to protect our Freedom of Speech? What if those Bill of Right were not given to us by government but given to us by our Creator? What if the original intent of the Founders of this country was for the people to control their governments, a government that derives its power from the consent of the governed, and not the other way around? What if the people woke up from their slumber one day and figured that out and decided to take that control and consent back? What if that day is now?!
 
 
 
“It will be of little comfort to the people that the laws are made by men of their own choice if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent they cannot be understood.”
-James Madison, Federalist Paper #62