Even so-called Conservatives are telling the Constitutional side that they will lose. Why? Because a segment of the populace does indeed believe in individual liberties reign supreme, not the Constitution.
It's sad, because so many people in this country do not know that we are a Constitutional Republic.
The United States uses representatives to voice the opinions of the people into three separate branches of Governance in accordance with our Constitution. The Constitution was setup to give a balance of powers between these branches.
This is why, when one branch steps beyond that balance, such as the Executive, the other two branches can come together to stop the rogue.
Just last month, the Judicial slapped down the Executive saying it had gone to far in packing the Judicial courts, as well as pieces of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. The act unfairly would punish and fine religious companies that did not want to produce abortion inducing drugs.
And so the winds of politics did indeed start changing. The polls are starting to reflect a shift to a change in Congress. If this is indeed the case, then the Congress could lie fully in the hands of the opposition party to the Executive.
This would be in stark contrast to when Obama first came into power. When he had control of Congress, yet did nothing about immigration reform. Instead, he let states like Arizona, go it alone defending her borders.
But I'm not going to fool myself. Hopefully, the Republicans, if they do indeed take power in the Senate, will start getting things done. Many people don't know that Harry Reid holds up bills that come from the House to give the impression that Congress is doing nothing. With full control of Congress, the Republicans will finally be able to prove they make a change and bring back the rights of this Nations citizens.
Are we not already slaves? Have we not already have some of our Constitutional Rights taken away from us as citizens? When our brothers are already in the field, why stand idle?