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Hillary’s Most Dangerous Statement During Debate #3

While the media want to make a big deal out of Donald Trump’s use of the term “bad hombres” and his refusal to say in advance that he accepts the outcome of the election, the most dangerous statement of the evening was uttered not by the voluble Mr. Trump, but by a cold and calculating Hillary Clinton. 

And it came in the very first segment of the debate as Mrs. Clinton framed her vision of America and Hillary debateparticularly the role of the Supreme Court as one of deciding, “What kind of rights will Americans have?” 

Mrs. Clinton framed those rights to be protected and expanded as “women's rights” the “right” to an abortion and “the rights of the LGBT community,” none of which are enumerated in the Constitution, but have been established by judicial fiat. 

The rights Mrs. Clinton says she wishes to curtail, the Second Amendment “right to keep and bear arms” and the First Amendment prohibiting the government from “abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press” are all enumerated in the Constitution’s Bill of Rights. 

And that one short statement posed as a question, “What kind of rights will Americans have?” sums-up what’s at stake in this election. 

Will we have a country that is a nation of laws made by legislatures elected by the people and accountable to them? 

Or will we have a nation in which an increasingly narrow and unaccountable elite of unelected judges, bureaucrats and “regulators” make laws for the rest of us? 

Mrs. Clinton’s answers, as to which rights she plans to curtail, made it clear that she prefers the latter. 

Donald Trump’s answers, were quite clear; he will stand for the plain words of the Constitution on the Second Amendment and on the First Amendment. 

Indeed, unlike many pussy-footing Republicans, Trump was remarkably clear, especially on the Second Amendment:  

I am a very strong supporter of the second amendment. And I don't know if Hillary was saying it in a sarcastic manner but I'm very proud to have the endorsement of the NRA and it was the earliest endorsement they've ever given to anybody who ran for president. So, I'm very honored by all of that. We are going to appoint Justices, this is the best way to help the second amendment. We are going to appoint justices that will feel very strongly about the second amendment. That will not do damage to the second amendment. 

And this is what the election comes down to, “What kind of rights will Americans have” in a country run by Hillary Clinton?  

If you want Hillary Clinton and her self-appointed elite allies to continue to narrow your rights, by all means vote for Hillary Clinton, but if you want a nation of laws were all men and women are treated equally according to the plain language of the Constitution, then the choice is clear; vote for Donald Trump.

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Hilary's statement in 3rd debate

She has finally told us exactly what she believes. As with most if not all progressives she believes that special interest groups have more rights than the common citizen. The US Constitution is not a "living, breathing document" to be changed at the whim of any particular group. The Founding Fathers enumerated the rights that all people should be able to enjoy, not what just a certain segment of society wants but the people as a whole.
The original colonists and those in the continent in the 18th century understood that there could not be a "ruling class" nor should there be "specially protected" segments of society. We should all have the same rights and responsibility to uphold each others right to live in peace with each other. The rights of all should not be superseded by the rights of some.