I see something suspicious
The Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security has asked us to report any suspicious activity that we might find. Here is my report.
I see a government that has trampled over the Constitution and my rights that were laid out by the founding fathers.
In the Supreme Court decision of Barron ex rel. Tiernan v. Mayor of Baltimore, Justice John Marshall ruled that the first Eight Amendments to the Constitution of the United States—aka, the unalienable Bill of Rights—apply to the federal government; meaning that the Ninth and Tenth amendment apply to both the federal and State governments. That means that the Second Amendment applies specifically to the federal government. Yet the Congress—ignoring decades of precedence—have passed laws regulating and restricting my right to own firearms and weapons. The Congress has legislated the ability for federal agencies to violate my Fourth Amendment rights through the Patriot Act.
I see the federal government violating my First Amendment right to repeat what God said about homosexuality in the Holy Bible labeling it a “hate crime.” I see the federal government attacking my First Amendment right by labeling me a “racist” and “terrorist” if I want the smaller government that the founding fathers proposed in the Constitution.
I see a government hell-bent on closing the “First Amendment gap” by regulating the Internet and shutting down Internet sites.