If you are an average American, then you are a repeat felon. In his stunning book, Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent (2009), civil-liberties attorney Harvey A. Silverglate estimates that the average person unknowingly breaks at least three criminal laws each and every day. Federal statutes and regulations have become so voluminous and vague that over-reaching prosecutors can target anyone at any time. They may think you are guilty, they could want leverage to force your co-operation, they may be vengeful, or they could be building their own careers; the motives are secondary. What's primary is the clout and, in this, the federal bureacracy of the United States now rivals the Soviet Union at the zenith of its power.In Atlas Shrugged by Any Rand, a government official says that laws were made to be broken so that the government could control you.
Year by year, the government is taking away our freedom, liberty, and independence. We must stop the destruction of the Constitution. We must elect legislators who will honor their oath of office and uphold the Constituion. It will soon be to late.