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Letter to the Editor: Altering Bill of Rights could be treason

Posted: Friday, Mar 29th, 2013




Our founding fathers constructed a basic set of principals collectively known as the Bill of Rights. This set of Amendments, ten in all, are the bedrock foundation of these United States of America.

They are separated from the others that follow for good reason. The first ten Amendments canít be individually modified or eliminated. Any attempt to do so results in the Bill of Rights being severely compromised beyond original meaning and thus serving to eliminate the foundation of these United States of America.

Legislators attempting to alter the Bill of Rights should be prosecuted for failure to follow their sworn oath to protect and defend the Constitution of These United States. In addition, this could be viewed as treason, which carries severe penalty.

Sincerely,

Hugh L. Fuchs

Del Norte












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