I recieved this in one of those pass along to those who care formats. The sender was complaining that our legislators are constantly passing laws that either favor themselves or exempt themselves according to whether or not it will make them rich or not. Like a life time pension if they get elected one time. Like a different health care than Obamacare if it is put into force. This is an amendment that is currently circulating that would make our lawmakers subject to the laws that they pass. Do you think it's fair that, if these lying snakes pass a law, that they would have to live with the law enforced upon them? Here is the text that is being considered. Simple and straight forward, not hard to understand and not deviously worded. Would you expect your state legislators to approve this as is to enforce on the pit vipers that steal from us in DC? >Proposed 28th Amendment to the United States >Constitution: "Congress shall make no law that applies >to the citizens of the United States that >does not apply equally to the Senators > and/or Representatives; and, Congress shall > make no law that applies to > the Senators and/or Representatives that does >not apply equally to the citizens of the United >States ." It only takes the approval of 38 states to make this happen and it works around the Federal Congress in so doing. This seems pretty logical to me and if the lying, treacherous snakes that populate our Congress will not control themselves to prevent outright theft, swindle and greed, and they have shown us that they will not, we will need to do it for them. What say you?