What if the founders were wrong?
Who's more patriotic:
A man who can look back at the founders and say, hey they might be wrong, we might have to change this. Things are different now and we may have to compensate.
A man that will stick to the original plan until the day he dies.
The answer isn't B. When you were in math class and your teacher accidentally made a mistake without realizing it, did you question him, or just think that whatever he wrote up on the board was the right thing forever and always?
As an American, who has not given up on this country yet, I think being able to look back and admit if I was right or wrong is a great thing. It's not insulting. What is insulting is to think that everything that we wrote up in 1776 was the end all be all of anything.
So with that, I'm not offended by what he wrote at all.
I'm highly offended just reading that, as an American. (Speaking about your question, Locke)I ask you, as fellow Americans, what President speaks of our founding fathers and the Constitution in this way? Does it not insult you, as a proud United States Citizen, to have our highest elected leader demean our founding document and leaders?
And you never liked Obama in the first place, so what does it matter? Sorry Locke, but can you post up some of your college notes so we may find things to nitpick on with our red pens?