Proposed 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution

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    Once again, the wingnut has no evidence to post, and no argument to make.

    Just childish personal attacks. This wingnut has been rendered incapable of supporting his claims
     
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    Still waiting on that amendment you used if the 14th is not the bvasis of your argument.
     
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    I see this wingnut has no idea what Common Law is

    Here comes another of those lectures you don't need (but you do)

    Common law - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the Norman Conquest occurred at least several centuries ago.
     
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    Nevermind that when it was written they were speaking to citizens...
     
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    Hopeless. You haven't. That's just it. Only a claim with no link to anything. And here we are back to square one. Press on. I haven't got time for shitheads that don't know history...and that means you.
     
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    I didn't pay any attention to what colors he used in quoting the Constitution because he didn't ask about that He asked Is this the basis of your argument? the 14th was created for blacks who were slaves to make sure their rights as citizens were protected.


    The 14th Amend is not the basis of my argument. The Constitution. The part that was colored by does, however, prove that I'm right

    Right there it says the constitution protects the rights of non-citizens.
     
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    My argument is not based on any one amendment. It's based on the Constitution, which protects the rights of non-citizens in many places.

    Since you just posted it, you could start with Art I Sec 1
     
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    The Constitution and the bill of rights are two seperate items The bill of rights protects the right of American citizens. The Constitution tell's the government what it can and cannot not do.
     
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    HE didnt use the colors
    I did
     
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    Umm, the BoR is a part of the Constitution; it is not a seperate item, the BoR protects the rights of non-citizens and the constitution does more than tell the govt what it can and can't do.
     

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