Proposed 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution

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    The T George S. Patton Party Supporting Member

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    And cite it. Shanghaid doesn't know anything other than what it was taught in a gubmint school by a union member.
     
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    The amendment has been posted, by more than one poster.

    ANd if you can read, there is nothing hidden in the constitution. In addition to saying what the govt can and can't do, it also includes rules about how to change the constitution.
     
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    But you are a **** so what do you know?
     
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    You said "The Constitution tells the government what it can and cannot do" and that "both have a differant purpose"

    So what is the purpose of the BoR? Is the purpose of the BoR different than the Constitution? You say they have different purposes, but you haven't said what the purpose of the BoR is

    (I wonder if the wingnut realizes how he just contradicted himself? If he says they have the same purpose, then he proves himself wrong for saying they are "seperate". If he says the BoR has a purpose other than telling govt what it can and can't do, then he proves I was right when I said the constitution does more than that)
     
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    Yes...and why has the Constitution not been amended to reflect? End-Run-around LAW is the way to do it...right?
     
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    Here's my citation, as requested

    The United States Constitution - The U.S. Constitution Online - USConstitution.net
     
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    In wingnut world, constitutional amendments do not "amend to reflect" whatever that means :cuckoo:

    They think a constitutional amendment is a "End-Run-around LAW" :cuckoo:
     

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