KW (A Private Citizen from Kentucky) Joins Clint Tonight, The Topic – The Constitution!
Capitonyms – A capitonym is a word that changes its meaning (and sometimes pronunciation) when it is capitalized; the capitalization usually applies due to one form being a proper noun or eponym. It is a portmanteau of the word capital with the suffix -onym. A capitonym is a form of homograph and – when the two forms are pronounced differently – also of heteronym. In situations where both words should be capitalized (such as the beginning of a sentence), there will be nothing to distinguish between them except the context in which they are used.
In the Constitution: “WE THE PEOPLE” does not mean the common or Vulgar People .. which means it is only A Certain People.. (Those Who Wrote the Constitution)!
Other Capitalized Words: ORDER, (Masonic Order), UNION (A Specific Form of Union), JUSTICE.. IT GOES ON AND ON!
How many Patriot Myths are perpetrated by Constitutional Specialists.. who don’t even Understand CAPITONYMS?
The Constitution is to protect THE PEOPLE.. (The Masons) Not You and I.