Ah, yes--CSGV's old "only the government can protect you from . . . the government" argument. Horwitz dismisses concerns about the need to be able to resist a government's genocidal ambitions by claiming that the U.S. is a "democracy" (no--it isn't), and democratic governments don't murder their people.According to Horwitz, in order to have "faith" in the Constitution, one must believe that a power hungry government can be thwarted in its desires to usurp the power of the people, simply because words on parchment say that it must not. That is, obviously, a ludicrous notion. The Constitution itself protects nothing, unless it is enforced.