How can I get one of these
Tysm! I hope we do too! They're some of my favorite characters in Fates! 😍
They look great, fantastic job! I hope we get Flora or a Felicia alt soon.
That's because none of his supporters value the Constitution
Except their bizarre interpretation of the second amendment.
Not true. They love the 2nd amendment and the 1st (but only when it applies to themselves).
None of his supporters understand what the constitution is!
Um, yes. Is that even a question?
Omg that is priceless
She’s a character alright!
That's not Elysium
Posted this right after a nap :P
Love the colors in this one, wish there was more fanart of the environments
Oh, I wanted so much to open my underwear drawer and take a picture of the contents and send it to all the TBM’s in the family! Wait, that might be a bit bewildering for the grandchildren, so I won’t do it. Yet. Lovely photo of you (sigh). 💕💕
For real protection, where Under Armour underwear.
When I saw thinking i thought this was another gold/white black/blue things.
The two things are intimately related in my view. The lack of trust comes through very clearly in the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Tenth Amendments. After the problems encountered in the revolutionary war and its aftermath, the Founders were aware that a weak confederacy wasn't going to get the job done. Hence their creation of a more powerful, but carefully trammeled government, keeping the focus of power out of any one branch. Rand Paul has it right, in my view.
Your logic isn't consistent. You can have governmental programs and control without giving complete trust to your government. The two things are not related.
Why would we trust Rand Paul then!!1! /s
No, I mean the logic of the title of this post. Also a Rand Paul quote isn't exactly an unbiased interpretation of the founding father's beliefs.
I'm not arguing what they believed, I'm just saying that the two things are not logically connected.
Here's a brief article that argues quite the opposite. https://owlcation.com/social-sciences/Did-the-Founding-Fathers-Want-a-Very-Weak-Government
It's not difficult to interpret 200 year old beliefs differently.