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To: GodAndCountryFirst

this would basically make America an official theocracy. The Founders didn’t want that because of the trouble government could reek within organized religious instituions. Not only that, but this amendment would absolutely NEVER pass.
However, and with my pessimisistic remarks finished, i do suggest a few amendments that speak to the specific problems we face: Right to Life amendment, banning abortion and euthanasia of the elderly or sick, Civil Marriage amendment banning same sex marriages being recognized by the federal government, an amendment clarifying the role of the judiciary, prohibiting the considering of international laws in court rulings where only American citizens and institutions are concerned, or actions occurring on American soil; expanding the supreme court to fit the needs of the times, and making a specific legislative path that requires states and federal government to approve changes to the system. Also, i’d suggest an amendmen that addresses the imperfectness of the Supreme Court, and the Court system, because as we all know, activist rulings have no place in our country.


9 posted on 08/03/2013 7:17:08 AM PDT by FutureRocketMan (Santorum/Perry or Perry/Santorum 2016 Rand Paul's pretty good too.)
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To: FutureRocketMan

The Founders understood that they were writing a Constitution for an America that had been founded upon Christianity. That truth goes back at least as far as the Mayflower Compact. Until we can once again proudly proclaim that this is a Christian nation, we will decline.

All my Amendment does is re-assert the nation’s founding principles.


15 posted on 08/03/2013 12:52:48 PM PDT by GodAndCountryFirst
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