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"Tell her I'm exercising my twenty-first amendment rights."
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"The way I see it, the Constitution cuts both ways. The First Amendment gives you the right to say what you want, but the Second Amendment gives me the right to shoot you for it."
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"So what if the First Amendment does go? We still have twenty-?ve more."
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"Now, should we add something at the end about how wise we are and therefore nothing in here should ever be changed?"
"Every year when I begin this unit on the Constitution, I feel I have to make it very clear that the Bill of Rights does not necessarily apply in this classroom."
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"You know, the idea of taxation with representation doesn't appeal to me very much, either."
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The Statue of Liberty is reading "The Bill of Rights" while Uncle Sam is reading "The Constitution of the U.S.A.".
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"Can't we put in something about rich white guys don't have to pay taxes?"
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"Personally, I prefer the old White House pressroom."
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"Let me give you a lesson in American history: James Madison never intended the Bill of Rights to protect riffraff like you."
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"My clients object to the term 'hit men.' They like to think of themselves as a well-regulated militia."
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"You mean that's the Billof Rights? The American Bill of Rights?"
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"Call it 'legislating from the bench,' if you will, but on this occasion I should like to repeal the First Amendment."
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"I just feel safer in one of these."
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'I don't care what the U.S. Congress does with the Bill of Rights. Up here, we do not amend the 10 Commandments.'
"Since I don't have a family, I pretty much use it to protect my other guns."
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Expelled from school for bringing something dangerous - the Bill of Rights.
'A bill of rights? It's hard enough collecting taxes the way it is!'
"Do you want a democracy where every vote counts or where we count every vote?"
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"A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, we need cheap, available handguns."
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'I don't teach mine about the Bill of Rights any more -- it makes them too unruly.'
The Court of Public Opinion
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"Whoa, don't ask constitutional questions you don't want to know the answers to."
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2013: The year of guns