Actually there is nothing wrong with the Constitution.
What we need to do is scrap Congress and the rest of
.gov along with the Lamestream media and syncophants like
Seidman. Wouldn’t hurt my feelings a bit if he was among
the first batch to dangle and swing.
“a group of white...”
No need to read further.
Time to scrap the Constitution?
I agree but not anywhere in the sense that Seidman intends.
Here is the public discussion that we need to start: how to repair the defects in that blessed document so they present tyranny can be terminated and it becomes more difficult for a new tyranny to arise?
I for one would forbid the federal government from creating its own money. Because of fiat money and the Federal Reserve, it has become a self-funding Leviathan who can go to war against foreign powers without having to ask the People for permission and support. It has also been able to wage ideological war against its own citizens via laws like AbominationCare which turns a tax into something else.
I would modify lifetime tenure for federal judges to require a periodic retention vote, say every 4 years in the off-year cycle for Supreme and Appeals Court judges.
The main problem is that the legislative and judicial history of the United States government is a roadmap for taking any similar new Constitution and using it to impose socialist tyranny. The nexus of this tyranny is the size of the government itself and a means must be found to firmly restrict its size. And size relates directly to the amount of vote buying and opportunities for cronyism. Where government expands, liberty must retreat.
I would also forbid the federal government from doing a function that a state or local government could do. And I would require Congress to authorize each federal regulation, that is the few that I would allow the federal government to impose.
But how to ensure that any restoration of the Constitution in Exile is not eroded and corroded into some new tyranny? We have as good an example as any of how plain words can be interpreted into mush in the way the Supreme Court has all but nullified the Tenth Amendment. And what about “shall not be infringed” is difficult to understand?
In my opinion we are at the point were we must honor the demand that the Founding Fathers made in the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence:
“But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.”