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On Friday, WND asked presidential press secretary Scott McClellan about the frightening Supreme Court decision on Thursday allowing local governments to seize homes or businesses against their owners’ will for the purpose of private development.

Amidst a lot of doublespeak, McClellan had a moment of clarity:

I think the president has made his views clear when it comes to private property rights. In terms of Supreme Court decisions, we obviously have to respect the decisions of the Supreme Court.

Respect their decision? I don’t like their decision, I don’t accept their decision, I don’t support their decision and I sure as heck don’t respect their decision! Why should anyone respect them for using our Constitution as toilet paper? This is communism, folks, pure and simple. Your right to own anything – be it your money, your opinion, or your home – is gone.

Think I exaggerate? Consider how your rights have been systematically stolen from you by the two major political parties in Washington (who have both, by the way, voted for the judges who sit on the U.S. Supreme Court):

Where will this treason go next? Watch for an assault on your firearms like you’ve never seen before, possibly in the Supreme Court’s next session – unarmed citizens cannot fight back against government tyranny. And watch for the Supreme Court to uphold controversial provisions of the so-called “Patriot Act,” like warrantless searches and seizures – after all, your property belongs to the government now, remember? And watch for a push for a draft of both men and women to serve in the global U.S.-U.N. military forces.

Folks, I don’t care whether you are Democrats or Republicans, liberals or conservatives. Whatever label you pin on yourself, you and your rights are now as subject to government whim as anyone else’s. Patriots on all points of the political spectrum have been warning about these federal power grabs for years.

Here’s the problem, though: Many Democrats think all Republicans want to poison the water, starve children, deny blacks the right to vote, etc. Many Republicans think all Democrats support homosexual marriage, killing babies in their mothers’ wombs, and taxing America into poverty. The result? Divided citizens warring against each other instead of against the manipulative politicians pulling their strings.

Frankly, George W. Bush has done just as much to damage the United States as Bill Clinton did. Our borders are wide open to terrorists who want to nuke us – if that isn’t criminal, what is? If that isn’t at least the equivalent of Clinton giving China nuclear technology, how much more rope are you willing to give the GOP before they hang themselves and the rest of us?

Additionally, government spending has gone through the roof, guaranteeing you, your children and your grandchildren will be forced to pay for Uncle Sam’s largesse. And now, of course, Bush supports this malignant Supreme Court.

It’s past time for all of us to wake up. Prior to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, John Hancock said, “We must be unanimous, there must be no pulling different ways; we must all hang together.” “Yes,” replied Ben Franklin, “we must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.” Is this not so now?

There are two political parties in the United States that have consistently stood against the communist assault on our U.S. Constitution – the Libertarian Party and the Constitution Party. Stop being manipulated. Vote only for members of these two parties in the next election. And pass this message on to everyone you can think of.

I give you my word: Unless one of the two major political parties show clear, convincing evidence that its members have returned to consistently following the Constitution, I will never again vote for either a Republican or a Democrat. Even the few good ones in each of the two parties are forced to kowtow to the corrupted principles and people who dominate their parties.

Will you join me now so we can save America while it is still possible?

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