The Founders who wrote the Constitution of the United States of America
were, from standpoint of Chris Butler, karmis.
Repeat, from the standpoint of Chris Butler, from the standpoint of Chris Butler Krishna devotees, from the standpoint of Srila Prabupada and of his Krishna devotees, the Founders of the United States of America were karmis.
A karmi is someone who does not share the beliefs of Chris Butler, or of Chris Butler's guru, Srila Prabhupada.
The Founders of the United States of America were a motley crew of Unitarians, Quakers and several different Christian denominations.
They followed the Western one truth operating system.
They did not believe there is a relative truth known only to unenlightened 'karmis' and an Absolute Truth known to those Enlightened.
The Founder's benchmark was that of "the reasonable person" -- not the Enlightened Person.
In an American court, a jury reviews the evidence and arguments of both plaintiff and defendent using the standard of reasonable doubt.
Because in Anglo American Common Law the benchmark is *not* Absolute Truth, or Perfect Truth.
Anglo American common law is content to remain at the one truth deluded karmi level.
From the Chris Butler devotee standpoint, Anglo American common law was created and is revised by karmis!
Here is how Chris Butler's guru, Srila Prabhupada regarded those who
did not believe in the Krishna doctrine.
There was a big crowd of people waiting as we disembarked in Tokyo airport..... As we rode in a small car with Prabhupada through the congested city, Prabhupada asked me, "Is this your first time in Japan?" I replied, "Yes." I was grateful that he had asked. Although he had so many higher things to consider, he took time to make such an inquiry from an insignificant servant. From the car window we could see factory buildings on both sides and everywhere heavy traffic of small automobiles and pedestrians. The weather was cold?no more beaches and palm trees.
"These Japanese workers," Prabhupada said, "are all simply karmis involved in a fruitless pursuit."
What would Srila Prabhupada, Chris Butler's guru, have said of the Founders of the United States of America?
What would he have said about those who voted for Tulsi who are not