- Jan 31, 2009
Well, for one we simply had to do something about the lack of electoral procedure after what happened. Second, while the revolution needs to be allowed to live, it must also be safeguarded.The one thing that always have buggered me in the Constitution debate is that we basically try to lay down rules and regulations for the Revolution, something that really shouldn't be bound to procedure. The Revolution need to be alive and adjust to the need of the Proletariat as well as the strategies of the bourgeois to stop us. A Constitution could theoretically prevent us from taking necessary measures in a crisis situation.