A wise strategist by the name of Sun Tzu once stated that, “All warfare is based on deception. That a skilled general must be master of the complementary arts of simulation and dissimulation; while creating shapes to confuse and delude the enemy he conceals his true dispositions and ultimate intent.”
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Though the original intention of Sun Tzu’s words were meant more for the blood soaked and corpse laden battle fields of true warfare, the meaning of Sun Tzu’s intent has been heard and dynamically applied to the potential corruption of the rights and privileges that we; as citizens of the United States hold so dear.
The Supreme Court in all its glory and trivial might allowed this misleading notion to ensue, for the foundation of the American Government was at war and had been for countless years. Yet like a young child taking candy from a passing stranger. Without thinking or knowing the true deception behind the battle, The Supreme Court fell for the ruse. Thus, the Supreme Courts of the past and of the present have allowed for the United States Constitution; the pillar of Freedom in American society to evolve through countless interpretations into nothing more than a worthless agreement of self-absorbing egoistical ideals and principles of utter contradictions.
Using the genetic trace approach, this paper will look briefly at some of the decisions made by the Supreme Courts over the years in their attempts to interpret the First Amendment of the United States and its separation of religion and government as the founders originally intended.
This paper will then apply the interpretation of the Establishment Clause as defined by the Supreme Court to the issues of this introduction, and finally, this paper will use the IRAC system of legal application in showing how and why the Constitution of the United States has become nothing more that a worthless agreement. Its value once held as a priceless artifact worth the country’s weight in gold, now worth just as much and just as useless as an average roll of toilet paper found at any grocery or convince store across America.