Friday, November 9, 2012

The Constitution has no teeth

Without teeth the Constitution is just a piece of paper, conveniently ignored by the oligarchs and neither understood or studied by the people.  Some say the 2nd Amendment is what provides the teeth, and fundamentally I agree, but when your population has become so numb and dumb, what good are such a dull set of teeth?  We need real teeth.  Instead of relying on the vigilance of the population, the Constitution should be loaded with high-tension bear traps to catch politicians and prevent their tyranny.

As you know I've had lots of ideas for Constitutional Amendments.  Have a look, and tell me what you think.  Send me some of your own ideas too.

  • A Constitutional Amendment to require an annual balanced budget
  • A Constitutional Amendment to clarify the Necessary and Proper Clause
  • A Constitutional Amendment to define the term "General Welfare"
  • A Constitutional Amendment to prohibit Line Item Vetos, Signing Statements, and to Clarify Limits on Executive Orders
  • A Constitutional Amendment to clarify the terms of and to amend the Commerce Clause
  • A Constitutional Amendment to strengthen the Second Amendment
  • A Constitutional Amendment to strengthen the Tenth Amendment
  • A Constitutional Amendment to restore sovereignty to the States
 
 
  • A Constitutional Amendment to strengthen the Ninth Amendment
  • A Constitutional Amendment to clarify the Supremacy Clause
  • A Constitutional Amendment to bind Senators and Representatives to the Rule of Law
  • A Constitutional Amendment to expand the definition of Treason
  • A Constitutional Amendment to Codify Jury Nullification
  • A Constitutional Amendment to Strengthen Habeas Corpus
 
 
  • A Constitutional Amendment to restrict growth of government
 
 
  • A Constitutional Amendment to tie borrowing to tax increases

 
  • A Constitutional Amendment to Prevent Unread bills from becoming Law
  • A Constitutional Amendment to Limit the terms of elected officials
 
 
  • Ideas for budget reforms.  About $1 trillion in cuts.

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