The 2016 elections may well be the most important in our country’s history. They’ll determine if there’s still time for our individual liberties to be restored before future generations get so accustomed to their disappearance that they won’t miss them at all.
It is therefore imperative that a Presidential candidate will assure us that he or she will uphold the separation of powers. Abusing this Constitutional safeguard—which Barack Obama has done more thoroughly than any of his predecessors, even George W. Bush— gives a President the absolute power of a king.
You must also take great care in voting for members of Congress because without sufficient support, a revivalist President cannot begin to make us full-time Americans again. If Congress and the President are on the same page, we must then insist they win back our personal privacy by firing the heads of the National Security Agency, the FBI and other un-American intelligence agencies.
Next, there must no longer be a secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court before which protesters and their attorneys are not allowed to appear. Congress and the courts must also reverse the laws and executive orders that have shredded the Bill of Rights and other sections of the Constitution—certainly including the 14th Amendment’s clause that no state shall “deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”