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As long as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no man objected and no man rebelled, those wrongs would last forever. Clarence Darrow.
Contracts and the Constitution.
The Constitution is a contract. All contracts/agreements have obligations. When a person gets a job with or is elected to government their oath of office is agreement to honor all the obligations in the contract. The limitations and duties spelled out in the Constitution are the obligations.
Look at it this way. If I hire a kid to mow my lawn and tell him he must cut the front and back, clean the sidewalks and driveway before he gets paid then those are his obligations that he has agreed to before he can get paid.
So all contracts have obligations and those obligations are the laws of the contract. So in the aforementioned lawn mowing contract/agreement the laws are as f
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