Disclamer for the Constitution



I've mailed this publisher a short note. You may (or may not) want to as well. This simple paragraph, allowed to stand as a legitimate "disclaimer", effectively disempowers the words within the work to new generations of Americans.

They have every right to include it. We have every Right to do what we can to put them out of business.

A & D Publishing
PO Box 3005
Radford,Va 24143-3005
I took this from another site. Their email has now been shut down :evil:
 

thebrasilian

New Member
Fear for the children. I'm sure these kinds of disclaimers are being taught in our schools. Make sure you know what your kids are being taught.
 

Pops

Administrator
Thanx for the heads up Lafayette!
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/06/09/publishing-company-putting-warning-label-constitution/
http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/24102


A & D Publishing
PO Box 3005
Radford,Va 24143-3005

6-12-10

Dear Publisher,

I have just read the "disclaimer" in your book on the US Constitution. I'm not certain what you had in mind when you characterized the content as "a product of its time and does not reflect the same values as it would if it were written today". Please, if you are keeping a count, put my response on the pile of concerned American citizens who respect your right to publish anything you want to, but please, also realize that I am on the list of those who feels very strongly about the Constitution of the United States of America and its role as the tool that governs our great country. It is this very document that empowers you to print your opinion and offer it for sale at a profit.

Is it truly in your best interest to undermine it?

I am deeply sorry you feel the way you do and I find it regrettable that I must take my time and energy to impede your business venture, but it it must be so. It's my right!



Sincerely,

Lowell Harris

disclaimer: I have no idea if you are black, gay, an illegal immigrant, or any other protected group. This response is based solely on my belief that the Constitution of the United States is amendable, but it is not to be undermined.
 
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