Correct, and the Constitution covers that pretty well...
The Declaration of Independence says that all people “are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights,” and “that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
Note that it does not say that people OUGHT to have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, it does not say that general well-being is enhanced when people are allowed such rights...... it says that people have these rights as a gift from their Creator.
And we needed the Constitution to make the LAWS for these rights....
I agree. The concept that all men are equal is fine 18th century poetical idealism, but such a state has little basis in fact. If all things were equal, it would run counter to post-revolution Godless secularist Government promoted theories of evolution, and the stock markets could never work.
A good example can be seen since the nation came under African rule. The African is probably the most familiar with his own potential. Since African rule began, the objective has not been to raise the African up to the level of the non-African "Hispanic", the Asian, and the White man. Rather, the objective of African rule is to bring down those peoples to the level of competency of the African.
Clearly this 18th century poetical romanticism cannot work. Isn't it time to reconsider the value to society of the leadership principle?*(die Führung Prinzip)*