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Forum Post: Move To Amend Presentation (Video)

Posted 3 years ago on April 4, 2012, 10:11 p.m. EST by pewestlake (947) from Brooklyn, NY
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I caught up with Move To Amend's David Cobb on a recent visit to NYC as part of his nationwide barnstorming tour to educate people on the need to amend the U.S. Constitution to overturn the Jan 21, 2010 Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The full presentation is divided into 13 easy pieces, plus two parts from the Q&A session afterward. Most parts are under five minutes. The longest is just over seven. Enjoy it in bite-size chunks or burn through the whole thing. Either way, please take the time to get up to speed with the one of the most important issues facing American citizens today and into the foreseeable future.

David Cobb Part 1: Righteous Anger


David Cobb - Part 2: American Creation Myth


David Cobb - Part 3: Facts Versus Framing


David Cobb Part 4: Legal Personhood


David Cobb Part 5: The Modern Corporation


David Cobb Part 6: The Triple Evils


David Cobb Part 7: America's Corporate Roots


David Cobb Part 8: Bringing the Magic


David Cobb Part 9: Power to the People


David Cobb Part 10: We Should Try That!


David Cobb Part 11: A Founding Violence


David Cobb Part 12: How to Incorporate


David Cobb Part 13: Move To Amend


David Cobb Q&A Part 1: The Legal System


David Cobb Q&A Part 2: Free Your Mind!




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[-] 1 points by Middleaged (5140) 3 years ago

Wow, in 1789 we ratified the US Constitution forming our government by we the people with guarenteed Rights for Individuals.

But as David Cobb says in part 10, this only applied to 5% of the people in the USA. The people with Rights had to be men, white, and had to have a certain amount of land in order to vote and have these Constitutional Rights. Not 1%, but close. Only 5% enjoyed the Rights of the US Constitition and no Women could vote or exercise these "Rights".

I think I read that this year somewhere, but am enjoying this video.

[-] 1 points by pewestlake (947) from Brooklyn, NY 3 years ago

It is sobering to consider. Also his point that the Constitution was designed more to protect property rights than human rights. But people often think of the Amendments and not the Articles when considering Constitutionality. He has a good grasp on things. Glad you're enjoying the video. Please share it frequently. ;-)

[-] 0 points by pewestlake (947) from Brooklyn, NY 3 years ago

This comment no longer applied once I got over my fit of pique. Sorry, everyone. :)