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2.05 Bill of Rights

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Christina Sabisch

on 24 November 2014

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2.05 Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights Letter
Dear President Barack Obama,

I am here to address your recent executive orders in the State of Florida. We understand that rights are not completely absolute, but the manner in how things are handled must have a limit and ending when it comes to the actions taken by the government. Understanding the true meaning and message of the Bill of Rights is Key in a balanced rule between the state and the government. Let's take for example an individual takes an action of threat towards the government, though they have rights according to the first amendment, there is necessary actions that must be taken by the government to protect themselves and others. But on the contrary, if an individual(s) speaks their opinions, that doesn't agree with the government does not give them the right to take away their freedom of speech. In recent news, in Pensacola resident's were forced out of their homes against their petition and pleas due to the fact that the government felt it was for their own safety. This is a direct violation of the 4th Amendment, there is no justifiable truth and right that these individuals were required and demanded to leave their homes. Another issue you on hand is the case of firearms. Not allowing citizens the right to carry firearms is a violation in it self of the constitution. This is proeprty of the owner and therefore can be used, carried or taken for their own right and safety. The interesting thing is that you have bodyguards that are armed for the protection and safety of your family. I ask that you consider my concerns and those in my state and uphold the constitutional rights of the U.S as a whole. Thank you for your consideration and time. I look forward to the changes.
Christina Sabisch

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