Most material passed off as educational about the “scandalous” lives of America’s Founding Fathers is built on innuendo and conjecture from vague and dubious sources, and is the shoddy wishful thinking and prevarication on behalf of those, who desire to recast the Founding Fathers after their own perverted ideals. Such is the case with One Nation Under Sex, by pornographer, Larry Flint. But don’t waste your money on it; read the reviews on Amazon.
America’s Founding Fathers were not perfect, but they did know right from wrong. They established a government system based upon the the Ten Commandments as the code of ethics, under which people should self-govern to participate in a Constitutional Republic where everyone from the president, government and law enforcement officials, to corporate executives and working class people, to teenagers and youths are expected to obey the same laws.
If indeed the Founding Fathers were as bad as today’s pundits say they were, then they had enough decency not to parade in public what they knew are sins. This is why their alleged behaviors (most of which did not take place) is said to have been so well hidden. If these made up stories (like those about Shakespeare’s homosexuality) were true, the fact that the Founding Fathers hid them is an acknowledgment that they knew they were wrong. Just as most people today still consider them wrong and know we should not be doing them.
People want to disparage the Founding Fathers so they can discourage people from listening to what they really had to say, especially what they clearly stated in the U.S. Constitution.