Smacking down you loquacious Marxist drones is fun.
I derive great pleasure from it.
Taking your inflated arrogance and pulverizing it is good, for you and the world. Kind of like the man with the red sweater in Call of the Wild. He beat Buck almost to death, but, he taught him the lessons that allowed him to succeed.
You talk so much because your delusions are being murdered, and that’s painful, always.
You’ve got eight more biographies to go. And until you realize the Founders understood liberty and virtue were inextricably connected, you need to keep reading. Unlike you, they thoroughly knew 5,000 years of human history, human nature, their own evil, and the Bible. Reading biographies written before 1950 gives a greater chance of avoiding Marxist disinformation.
You avoided using the word virtue, because you don’t understand it, and you certainly don’t practice it, so you are afraid of laws based on it. Ignorance is the root of fear.
You are a lazy thinker, because an astute student of history understands that you have to read many different narratives to reach the principles that govern all humans. Every human on earth is biased. Only some recognize it and take efforts to mitigate it.
The Founders understood Christ and history a whole lot better than you do. Your understanding of Christ is common to the damned: this person who excuses evil and tolerates sin. You and your ilk reject the Truth of Christ, and are therefore worse than prostitutes. At least they are sincere in what they do, instead of spiteful trolls.
There were plenty of imperfect men in the Bible who judged and were not perfect. Go figure out how that’s possible.
Being educated means following the law of nature, educable you not only don’t recognize, but actively resist.
It is good to Start from a common foundation, and you admit you have not extensively done the work to educate yourself on the Founders, while repeating the baloney that globalist plutocrat controlled media, schools, and tech companies disseminate. Rather than pretending to be master of a subject before doing thorough research, why not do the research, and then be the master.
Esse Quam Videri
To be, rather than to seem.
Then you can be the former, instead of the latter.