Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by pearlselby, Jan 18, 2016.
Developer demolishes ‘birthplace of the Bill of Rights’
"Others believe the partially demolished building is symbolic reflection of the current state of the Bill of Rights in America.
“How appropriate that part of the building has been torn down while other parts remain,” commenter WC Handy posted to The Sentinel. “We have a Congress that is so intent on destroying the Bill of Rights with due exception to Amendment II. The building as it stands now is rather indicative of the current state of our Bill of Rights.
“Why not leave the building as it is to serve as a reminder to us all?”"
Thank you, @kellory. It should be!
That's actually a much more covert attempt at demolishing the Bill of Rights than the snakes in D.C's perpetrate.
Well said @GOG
Someone knew about it.
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