Why do most Americans mistrust the government, not the people running it, but the institution itself?

Answer by Kris Rosvold:

Because this:
Why do we kill animals, roast them, hang them up for display, eat them and still call ourselves people of humanitarian age?

And this:
Kris Rosvold's answer to A growing number of primary care doctors are burning out. How does this affect patients and how should the industry be reforming to try to counteract this?

And this:

Marcia Peterson Buckie's answer to Why is healthcare so absurdly expensive in the US? Also why is the process of specialist consultation so ridiculously convoluted?

And this:

Kris Rosvold's answer to Should the default policy of the United States towards terrorism be summed up in "to the shores of Tripoli"?

As to my often disputed assertions of "Rebellion or insurrection (aka Treason) against the US Constitution" by a bribed Congress, please look up Section 3 of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, read it carefully and diagram it out  ^ before ^  replying.

This part of Our supreme Law has been utterly, conveniently, and intentionally, ignored by Congress, the entire government, the US Attorneys General Office, and the Courts practically since it was enacted because it identifies as a crime any actions by legislators which gut the Constitution (the "Patriot" Act for instance); and imposes (rightly) draconian penalties for that crime.

And, yet you still think "Your" legislators and Congresscritters actually work for You?

*channels Bill Cosby as Noah*
RIIIGHT!!

Why do most Americans mistrust the government, not the people running it, but the institution itself?

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