Wednesday, March 09, 2011

A Constitution in Tatters

The U.S. constitution is extremely clear on the subject: Only the United States congress can declare war. Since the end of the second world war, the United States, wrapped in a triumphalism drunkenness, has waged wars around the world, without a formal declaration of war from the congress.

Like the Roman empire of yesteryears, the U.S. empire is now overextended all over the world. In the meantime, people in the United States have lost their jobs and their homes.

The U.S. dollar is getting very close to becoming another Weimar Deustchmark. On March 18 the U.S. will be legally unable to pay its debts. How long before national bankruptcy?

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