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Forum Post: The Peoples Admendments of the 21st Century

Posted 2 years ago on Oct. 18, 2011, 7:21 p.m. EST by patriot21stcentuty (1)
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The Peoples Amendments of the 21st Century shall have authority over previous amendments to the Constitution, to ensure the freedom, influence, and sacred authority of the vote of people and human beings, which shall be referred to as United States Citizens.

One person and one vote shall only be interpreted as, one citizen equals one human person and people are people only. No other entities can be considered a vote.

No vote can be attributed to group, organization or business or company.

All monies to support the election of the peoples representative government, shall come only from Individual citizens of the United States.

Government affairs shall have influence on business affairs when it has undo influence on citizens, Business shall have no influence over government affairs.

The overwhelming influence of monies and voices from business shall not be allowed to drown out the will and welfare of Citizens of the United States .

Citizen shall pay tax as set forth by Congress.

Business and Commerce shall pay tax on as set forth by congress.

The will of the United State citizens shall prevail over all affairs and outside entities.

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[-] 1 points by patriot21stcentuty (1) 2 years ago

They didn't think of the 21century, this narrows the interpretation of those other amendments, an helps the supreme court rule in favor of people. Its funny that the first two comments sound like pro business views to divide and conquer.

[-] 1 points by Misguided (373) 2 years ago

What you wrote is nice. 95% of it is already written in the US Constitution though. Check it out it's a pretty sublime document. They thought of damn near everything.

[-] 1 points by TechJunkie (3029) from Miami Beach, FL 2 years ago

Corporations already can't literally "vote", so that one didn't accomplish much.