Monday, December 31, 2012

The Bill Of Rights Explained


   Freedom of speech means you can talk to yourself in your cell. Freedom of assembly means you can gather with selected inmates in the prison yard one hour a day unless you are in solitary confinement. The right to bear arms means you can be issued  weapons if you are a soldier of the government that are forbidden to the citizens. Freedom of the press means you can write on the walls of your cell unless  you are told to stop. Freedom of religion means you can believe anything you want unless such a belief is deemed a threat to the State. If the belief and the State are identical then happiness is achieved and need no longer be pursued. Freedom to petition the government means you can petition the government if in your cell you are given a writing tool, a paper, an envelope a government stamp and a mail deposit access route.


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