Saturday, January 23, 2010

Proposed Constitutional Amendments


Amendment 28: "Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United
States that does not apply equally to the Senators or Representatives,
and Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators or
Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the
United States.

Any citizen shall have standing before the Courts to enforce this Amendment."

NOTE: The above was sent to me by a frequent correspondent. It may be in reaction to the Congress exempting its Members and staffs from the provisions of the "public health reform bill". However, it could as well apply to laws against "insider trading" upon my question: "How did so many congress-critters get so wealthy on their salaries and with the expenses of maintaining residences in their home states and in/about the District of Columbia?".

Amendment 29: "No person born in the United States Of America to parents who have illegally entered that nation shall be entitled to be citizens of the United States by reason of that birth nor shall the children of any such persons have the right to bestow citizenship on their children in a like manner.

No person illegally in the United States shall have any protections under the Constitution other than that of a summary hearing to determine the legality of residence in OUR nation."

NOTE; This proposal addresses the question of "anchor children" born to illegal immigrants and the reconquest of the South-Western USA by an alien population which cares not for the unifying English language or laws-and-customs of the USA's more integrated population.
Amendment 30: "No person shall be forbidden from possession of a firearm except if younger than 18-years of age (If unsupervised by adults) or on the basis of a judicial finding of guilt to a felony or a violent misdemeanor or by judicial finding of such a mental disease or disorder at to justify such a restriction. The Congress may forbid any open or concealed carrying of weapons in courts, jails or prisons or armories and nuclear sites or secure mental institutions or in the immediate presence of the President and Vice-President of the United States, The Congress and equivalent offices of the Several States and Territories."

NOTE: Since there seems to those not conversant with our history that the Second Amendment to the Constitution is unclear, this proposal would clarify that issue.

Amendment 31: "Ten years after the ratification of this Amendment no person having ever graduated from a law school or practiced law shall be a Member of the Congress."

Note: Attorneys, of course, control our Courts and are well on the way to control the Executive Branch of the national Government.I see no reason to allow them to control all branches of government. The Congress seems intent to generate laws that only some attorneys can understand, thus insuring the incomes of this parasitic class and undercutting the principle, for the People, that ignorance of the law is no violation of it.

You might ask yourself: "What do lawyers produce which benefit the economy?"

Amendment 32: "The sum total of words in the United States Code and Federal Administrative Rules shall be limited to a total of 1,000,000 within five years of ratification of this Amendment.

Upon petition of 5000 or more citizens any Federal Law or Administrative Rule can be found, by a jury of average citizens, to be comprehensible and allowable or incomprehensible and stricken from the Statutes or Codes. Average shall mean one who has a high school and one-year of formal post high school education.

Note: If you cannot discover the benefits of this measure, you should find some other country in which to live and suffer

1 comment:

John said...

OK, but it's not enough to talk about it. How do we make it happen?