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What your world would be if everything liberals wanted, they got. Open the door at the bottom of its Elysium fa├žade and take a glimpse of hell.

Complying with Obama'Care' Is Against the Law


Too bad Demøcrooks didn't bother to "find out what is in it" before they alone passed it.

ObamaCare mandates that employees must undergo medical testing to be eligible for reduced premiums, yet federal law says this is illegal.

uick, get on the Øbamafoan™ and tell Der Fübar to use his Executive Action Pen®.


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'That whine, too, is a fraud'


Øbola-weary nation.

Compared to what Lincoln faced in 1861, or Roosevelt in late 1941, or Truman in 1950, or, yes, Bush in 2001, Obama's challenges are relatively modest. Government is not working because Obama subverted entire cabinet agencies and federal bureaucracies — from Homeland Security to NASA to Justice — to make them tools of larger efforts to advance the Obama multicultural therapeutic message rather than to honor and keep faith with their traditional agendas.

When the president uses emphatics like "really" or "actually" or "make no mistake about it," "let me be clear," "in point of fact" or "this is unacceptable," we know that what follows will be untrue and others will be blamed for the president's own self-induced blunders.

– Victor Davis Hanson


even hundred and eighty-eight more days....

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Checks-and-balances Elimination/Deform


What we really need is executive action reform.


ake no mistake: The naked-power-grabbing wimperor has let himself be absolutely clear. Yes he can violate existing law outright as well as personally suspend undermine it.

8 U.S. Code § 1324 – Bringing in and harboring certain aliens

(a) Criminal penalties

(1)(A) Any person who... (iii) knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that an alien has come to, entered, or remains in the United States in violation of law, conceals, harbors, or shields from detection, or attempts to conceal, harbor, or shield from detection, such alien in any place, including any building or any means of transportation;

He directly affords these violators safety and comfort throughout our country, beyond any fear of arrest and prosecution, by his knowing, willful, and ongoing failure to perform his personal duty to take care that the laws of the United States be faithfully executed.

(iv) encourages or induces an alien to come to, enter, or reside in the United States, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such coming to, entry, or residence is or will be in violation of law;

What better encouragement or inducement could any such alien have than the utter certainty there won't be any legally meaningful consequences whatsoever, all directly because of His Lawlessness' knowing, willful, and ongoing failure to perform his personal duty to take care that the laws of the United States be faithfully executed?

or (v)(I) engages in any conspiracy to commit any of the preceding acts,

He is directly collaborating with and "paying a debt" off to others who together and individually solicit, facilitate, provide cover for, and derive private financial gain from his knowing, willful, and ongoing failure to perform his personal duty to take care that the laws of the United States be faithfully executed.

or (II) aids or abets the commission of any of the preceding acts,

His accomplices couldn't have gotten away with committing the above criminal acts either but for his knowing, willful, and ongoing failure to perform his personal duty to take care that the laws of the United States be faithfully executed.

shall be punished as provided in subparagraph (B). (B) A person who violates subparagraph (A) shall, for each alien in respect to whom such a violation occurs— (i) in the case of a violation of subparagraph (A)(i) or (v)(I) or in the case of a violation of subparagraph (A)(ii), (iii), or (iv) in which the offense was done for the purpose of commercial advantage or private financial gain,

He holds off "paying a debt" that a whopping 73 percent of Americans oppose, for the purpose of affording his rubberstamping Demøcronies in Congress a better chance of winning their reelections and thus retaining their extremely good-paying "jobs" and private salaries. Also, be on the lookout for the lenders of that debt making contributions to his library after he leaves office, paying him exorbitant speaking fees, and offering him and his extremely indictable coconspirators cushy lobbyist positions, just to name a few clear examples of anticipated private financial gain.

be fined under title 18, imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both;

Five million harbored/encouraged/induced aliens multiplied by 10 years each, equals the maximum 50,000,000 years of imprisonment His Criminal-in-Chiefness thoroughly and richly deserves. Which means he'll be eligible for parole in A.D. 40002014, give or take a few millennia. Our descendants then, no doubt, will be trying to still pay off the additional debt he's saddled us all with.

(ii) in the case of a violation of subparagraph (A)(ii), (iii), (iv), or (v)(II), be fined under title 18, imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both;

Tack on another 25,000 millennia to his sentence.

(iii) in the case of a violation of subparagraph (A)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv), or (v) during and in relation to which the person causes serious bodily injury (as defined in section 1365 of title 18) to, or places in jeopardy the life of, any person,

I.e., civilians and public safety officers being grievously wounded or shot at as a direct result of his knowing, willful, and ongoing failure to perform his personal duty to take care that the laws of the United States be faithfully executed.

be fined under title 18, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both;

Centipedes will have evolved and colonized the entire known universe with their starships before His Feloniousness can be released from prison.

and (iv) in the case of a violation of subparagraph (A)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv), or (v) resulting in the death of any person,

I.e., civilians and public safety officers being murdered as a direct result of his knowing, willful, and ongoing failure to perform his personal duty to take care that the laws of the United States be faithfully executed.

be punished by death or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, fined under title 18, or both.

He definitely deserves the needle for all the murderous havoc and mayhem directly attributable to every one of his heinous crimes.

(b) Seizure and forfeiture

"Gross proceeds" of His Slimeballness' continuous crime spree, including his salary, pension, and other ill-gotten wealth, should be redistributed to those whose lives and livelihoods he's been wrecking and destroying by his serial violations. It would be partial justice.

Of course, none of them will be receiving any from this totally lawless misadministration, due to the following subsection:

(c) Authority to arrest

No officer or person shall have authority to make any arrests for a violation of any provision of this section except officers and employees of the Service designated by the Attorney General, either individually or as a member of a class, and all other officers whose duty it is to enforce criminal laws.

This horror movie the America people are either haplessly living or mercilessly dying in is called Guilty & Guiltier, and it stars Baracrook Øtyrant and his AG in the title roles.

789 more days.

789 more days....

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SJW's Testisphobia


Fear gentleman parts.


ven they're being crushed by socialist (in)justice wussiors' extremely extreme extremism. (No, that's not repetitious. It's just a warm-up.)

They're not called the family jewels because they are ordinary. They're not referred to as stones because they're impervious to injury. No, they are both extraordinary and surprisingly fragile. So, sorry notsorry if we give them some breathing room when we sit, if we don't smash them betwixt our legs on public transit. But as the horizon of "male privilege" is constantly expanding, giving the old wedding tackle ample space is now a crime against humanity.

The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) announced on Monday that a new campaign addressing courtesy on public transportation will come into effect by January. One of the targeted behaviors is 'man-spreading' — the act of spreading one's legs so far apart that other passengers are forced to squish their own together.

Or, if you prefer a more nuanced description, one of the most infuriating and outright ridiculous display of male privilege and machismo in existence today. As Mic's Derrick Clifton succinctly put it, 'Hey, bro, you're not that well-endowed.'

These extremist testisphobes won't be satisfied until only castrati and non-men are permitted to be passengers. Or anything else, for that matter.

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Insanely Wrong


The Party of Wishful "Thinking" and the HuffPost accommodating its members' libelous ramblings.


nd the Nobel Wrongest.Prediction.Ever. Prize goes to...

Rep. Alan Grayson

U.S. Congressman for Florida's 9th District

Tomorrow's News Today: The GOP on 'How We Lost the House'

Posted: 03/19/2014 1:24 pm EDT | Updated: 05/19/2014 5:59 am EDT

This is a leaked copy of a secret memo (from the future) written by the Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, dated Nov. 10, 2014:

Dear Fellow Republicans:

I hate to say that I told you so, but I told you so.

I warned you almost two years ago that the Republican Party had to extend its appeal to Hispanics. Instead, we kicked up a s**tstorm over stalling on immigration reform, and we lost the House because of it. And now, we've got a big, fat load of nothing.


U.S. Senate and House and an overwhemling majority of state governorships and legislatures now in Republican hands. The last time DemØcriminals held less House seats, your grandfather was a kid; and the Civil War was breaking out when they controlled fewer state legislatures.

Perhaps I'm the only who noticed that:

(a) The Hispanic vote is the fastest-growing part of the electorate, increasing its percentage of the total vote by one percent every year;
(b) The Hispanic vote is concentrated in states like Texas and Florida that we must hold in order to be considered a national party; and
(c) In the 2012 Presidential election cycle, we lost the Hispanic vote by a ridiculous 68 percent to 30 percent.

So we already were skating on thin ice, going into the 2014 midterm elections. And what did we do? We started jumping up and down on that thin ice, we crashed through it, and we drowned.


It appears your bloated corpses are the ones washing up en masse on that frozen beach.

It should have told us something when Senators like Rubio, McCain and Flake, Republicans representing states with lots of Hispanic voters, said that we needed immigration reform. The Tea Party kept yelling that we would lose big if the undocumented won a path to votership. Yet the Republican Senators who supposedly had the most to lose from this, those very ones, spoke out for immigration reform.


Even more than they are.

Pandering to this or that group or class to get their votes is for losers. Governing for the benefit of and in the interests of all Americans is what winners do.

And it should have been obvious what we had to do, when a substantial number of Republican Senators came out in favor of a sane and rational immigration bill. The Tea Party was hoping that the immigration bill would meet the same fate as the April 2013 gun control bill — death by filibuster. They were wrong. Sen. McConnell couldn't hold the Republican Senators together in a filibuster, because even at that early point, the polling showed that there were a lot more single-issue pro-immigration voters than there are single-issue pro-gun-control voters. And that was before all the fun started, in 2014, in the House of Representatives.

Boehner told us, "Don't worry, I've got this." And then he went into the usual Orange Man routine: lots of bills, lots of hearings, lots of meetings with "stakeholders," lots of letters back and forth between House Committee Chairs and Obama Administration officials, lots of amendments, mark-ups in three different committees, etc., etc.

All while the Hispanic vote was coming to a slow boil.

And then the party-line House Floor vote, and Boehner's refusal to put any Senate bill up for a vote, and Boehner's refusal to appoint House-Senate conferees. At which point, the Hispanic vote boiled over.


Your share dropped this election. It was the same as the 2010 midterms'. The only boiling over going on around here is what appears to be an Ebola-like fever melting away the last few viable micrograms of grey matter clinging for dear life to the insides of your otherwise empty skull.

For once, the White House communications staff got it right. Instead of the president assailing "Congress," the president assailed the Republicans. And he hit us where it hurt, calling out Republicans as heartless and soulless. The "Mean Party." I particularly well-recall when our supposedly "Muslim" president quoted Matthew 25:40 from the King James Bible: "Truly I say to unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these, my brethren, ye have done it unto me." Plenty of Hispanics came right out and called us racists.


Perpetually aggrieved self-haters like you can only "think" of calling whoever opposes their insane words and deeds that. Not winning the argument? Then accuse the other person of being a racist, sexist, homophobe, bigot, heartless, mean, etc., etc., etc.! How original.

Besides, Demøcrasshole, "Hispanics" aren't a race. Unless you "think" feel "Americans" are too.

Actually, the American people have a rich and vital heritage that, unlike you and your divide-and-conquer party, Republicans love truly and completely and are working hard to universally and faithfully promote, preserve, protect, and defend.

And then, as the clock ticked down, the protests — Oh God, the protests. Undocumented workers saying that they had worked for weeks and never been paid. That they had worked 70 hours each week in the hot sun, and hadn't been paid enough to feed their hungry babies. Teenagers pleading for the chance to remain in the only country that they could remember, and not be exported like farm animals to a place that they had never known. Women testifying that they had been raped, but were afraid to go to the police, because they feared deportation and permanent separation from their own families.

And then the Tea Party lunatics started showing up at the protests with guns, and threatening "citizen arrests."

And then crazy Sheriff Arpaio started making real arrests.

Every night, on the news. For weeks. Then months. While the House Republicans engaged in vigorous onanism.


Your so-called president and party's mindless refusal to enact or enforce any laws that would prevent all these Dire Consequences™ from ever happening is the real culprit. Not that self-gratification you're projecting onto Republicans.

Lawless, open borders invite nothing but false hopes and massive exploitation ultimately for the tens of millions of people whose greatest dreams your nationally suicidal "executive actions" and "reforms" can only crush. Just wave after unsustainable wave of them left withering underneath those cruel rays of your monotonously stellar promises.

Speaking of projection, why don't you break precedent and be honest with the American people for a change? Tell them that "path to [Demøcriminal] votership" is the sole thing you soulless bastards are after with your supercharged magnets.

We thought that we had a lock on the House of Representatives. We had that huge 10-to-1 post-Citizens United advantage in sewer money. We had the ridiculously gerrymandered congressional boundaries that in 2012 had delivered lopsided Republican House delegation majorities of:

13 to five in Pennsylvania;
12 to four in Ohio;
8 to three in Virginia;
9 to five in Michigan; and
17 to 10 in Florida,

— all states that President Obama had won in the same year. (How else could we lose the national House vote by 1.6 million, and still end up on top by 35 seats? Hah!)

Well, we learned that we didn't have a lock on the House. And we lost it in a way that nobody expected, except that one guy in Central Florida. (For sure, the Three Stooges, Rothenberg, Cook and Sabato, never saw it coming.) We got the Hispanics so incensed that they voted 90-to-10 against us, just like the African Americans do, every time.


Your total obsession with race continues to be your undoing. Have you bothered to ask what really incenses them — besides, of course, your taking them entirely for granted? After you Demøcriminals took over the House and Senate in 2007, did you do anything about poverty, underemployment, wage gaps, welfare dependence, or prime working-age participation — besides, of course, making them all worse? Did you show you care far more about creating a government that's helpful and accountable to all of us than a party that just counts on helping itself to this or that group's votes?

After the 2012 election, there were 19 House Republican seats in districts that were 25 percent Hispanic or more. We managed to lose them all. Every single one of them.

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen — gone, after 25 years.

Ken Calvert, Buck McKeon and Ed Royce — all gone, after 22 years. (McKeon must have seen it coming; he retired.)

Hispanics were so riled up against Republicans that even tokenism didn't work for us. Diaz-Balart and Nunes (Portuguese, actually) were swept out, along with Pearce and Farenthold.

At the last minute, there was a Republican push in Texas to remove party identification from the ballot, but that went nowhere. So Farenthold, Neugebauer, Conaway, Poe and Culbertson all kicked the bucket.


All who sought reelection are alive and kicking, Dumbøcrass. And you spelled Culberson's name wrong to boot.

And it turned out that our great Republican "victory" in taking redistricting away from the Democratic-controlled California Legislature (while keeping control in all the states where we're on top) didn't help us at all. In California, we lost Valadao, Miller, Nunes, Denham, Calvert, McKeon, McCarthy, Cook, Royce and Hunter. We went from 34 Democrats and 19 Republicans in California to 44 Democrats and 9 Republicans. Could the Democrats in the California Legislature possibly have done any worse to us? (Answer: "No.")


All those running bested you. Plus Buck McKeon along with John Campbell were succeeded by Republicans.

You should've mentioned that Gary Miller announced his retirement months before HuffPost let you puke your unsightly, slanderous drivel up on it. But since his successor is the only one in California you can vigorously self-gratify to before going blind, that means you went from 38 (not 34) to 39 (not 44) Demøcriminals there. Whoopee.

Part of the problem was that a lot of our people just didn't know how to run in a competitive race. Take Randy Neugebauer — please. Maybe it wasn't such a good idea to shout out "Baby Killer!" at another Member of the House in the midst of a debate on health care — when 40 percent of all Hispanics in America have no health coverage whatsoever. In 2012, Neugebauer won by 70 points. In 2014, he lost by eight. (Luckily for Rep. Joe Wilson, someone else given to vigorous expostulation at inopportune moments, Wilson's district is less than five percent Hispanic.)


He won by over 54 points. You were off by 62. (Luckily for America, Rep. Wilson won by over 25 points.)

Losing those 19 seats just killed Republicans in the House. (We had only 17 to spare.) The Democrats actually gained seats in the Senate — including one in Texas, which is now just under 40 percent Hispanic. Farewell, GOP filibusters in the Senate!


Unless by "gain" you mean bidding farewell to eight nine of those seats.

But we still have the Supreme Court, right? Well, maybe not, since Justice Scalia, now 78 years old, went into the hospital last month, and he hasn't come out yet.


But if it helps you engage in a lot of that vigorous onanism, don't mind us. We're not your optometrist.

Oh, well. At least you and your international Demøcrimesyndicate have stopped fantasizing about assassinating President Bush.

In the last few days, I've spoken to a lot of lobbyists (or as I like to call them, "the owners") — at least the ones who still take my calls. They weren't happy even before the election. Nothing was moving through Congress, which means that nothing was moving for them. But now, with the Democrats holding the White House, the House, and a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate, I've got nothing to offer them.

The Chamber of Commerce doesn't care about abortion. It doesn't care about the Second Amendment, or about gay marriage, or about prayer in the schools. The Chamber of Commerce cares about tax breaks and drilling rights and deregulation and no-bid contracts and bailouts. And now, we here in the GOP have no way to help them.

And the electorate? They now see us Republicans exactly as so many of us really are: as callous, bigoted tools.


You're also forgetting to slander the millions upon millions of regular Americans who voted for these "callous, bigoted tools" as well. Then again, you might somehow actually "think" feel mindlessly belittling others isn't the most surefire way of persuading them to cast their ballots for you and your ilk next time, instead.

Nah, that's giving you too much credit. Must be HuffPost simply forgot to provide you enough space to accommodate your entire scurrilous screed.

Gentlemen, we have taken the biggest special-interest money machine in the history of the world, and we have destroyed it. By defeating some immigration bill that millionaires and billionaires and multinational corporations actually would have benefited from.

Stupid is as stupid does.


It's you and your extremely overpaid multimillionaire minions who still "think" feel yes you can benefit from, in their own words, "the stupidity of the American voter."

No, don't bother lying that you never heard of your party's Gruber Rule™.

Speaker-Elect Nancy Pelosi already has told us what she, personally, will introduce H.R. 1: The Immigration Reform Act of 2015. With an 18-month path to citizenship that leaves several months to register all of those undocumented Democrats before the 2016 election. Consolidating the permanent Democratic majority.

Goodbye, Texas. Goodbye, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado and Florida. In every national election from Day One, the Democrats now start with 30 percent of the national vote from African-Americans and Hispanics, and then they see how far they can run up the score. In other words, the Grand Old Party is now the Grand Dead Party.

Stick a fork in us. We're done.


We've only just begun.

But it was nice of you to finally admit in your parting shot there the real reason you "care" about the unlawfully-present aliens your unctuous pandering and unkeepable promises help bring here.

In case you couldn't tell, this is fiction, at least today. But by November 2014, it might be fact. We shall see. – Rep. Alan Grayson


You and you so-called president and party still don't see.

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Peter Pan's Indians Scalped by Socialist Injustice Warriors




merican Indians, by and large, don't give a flying ugg about this target du jure of the perpetually-offended progressofascist groupthinkers. But the latter's doublethinking term "Native American" they do find unacceptable. Everybody else born on American soil isn't a native?

NBC's Peter Pan changes offensive lyrics of song 'Ugg-a-Wugg' that stereotypes Native Americans

Another example of thin-skinned (Is that racist?) self-haters projecting their undying sense of utter worthlessness onto a proud people who neither welcome nor require their unhelpful "protection."

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Stupidity of the Democrat Voter


Baracrook Øliar's $400,000 "some adviser" Jonathan Gruber is claiming every voter who'll go along with whatever they're lying about is stupid, not any voter who's known all along their Øbamessiah is nothing but a stinking evil liar.


oting Demøcrook means never having to say you're in denial. Reality can pick a Demøconned voter up by the collar and slap him/her/whatever around like a rag doll, and he/she/whatever'll still believe the most transparent of lies. So long as it's lying Demøliars telling those lies.

Make no mistake: The only thing Demøconartists are sorry about is one of their own gleefully spilt the beans that they really love their stupid voters. The more stupid they are, the better Demøconartists love them. They know without the stupidity of the Demøconned voter, they never could've gotten away with inflicting so much damage on our country and ruining the lives and livelihoods of all her people. The only thing you stupid voters need to know is they "care" enough about you to always lie to your face.

Let Øbamemyself&i and his fellow lying Demøliars be absolutely clear: Their telling you all those lies is really for your own good.

794 more days....

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First U.S. President: 'No, I cannot tell a lie'


Obola: "Yes Me Can"


hey're not even good lies in anyone's view, either. Unless you're one of the approximately two Americans left who still believe, under ØbolaCare, they can keep their health care plans and doctors if they like them. Period. Then yes you can consider all of Øbola's lies "good."

You no doubt also believe your lying liar-n-thief when he tells you Jonathan Gruber — the ØbolaCare asshatect whom he paid nearly $400,000 to show him how yes he can rely on the "stupidy of the American voter" to get that completely Democrooked law passed so yes he can lawlessly shove it right down everybody's throat — is just "some adviser who never worked on our staff." Of course, if you believe it's "no reflection on the actual [ØbolaCare] process that was run," you'll certainly believe Øbola never said this about that exorbitantly overpaid adviser of his:

You have already drawn some of the brightest minds from academia and policy circles, many of them I have stolen ideas from liberally. People ranging from Robert Gordon to Austan Goolsbee; Jon Gruber; my dear friend, Jim Wallis here, who can inform what are sometimes dry policy debates with a prophetic voice.

Even though yes he did:

If you're still swallowing anything that spews out of Øbola's liehole, you don't require the willing suspension of disbelief. You require an emergency addabrainomy.

But before you can get one, you'll have to sign the special ØbolaCare release form — and, no, reading it first is not permitted. Don't you know you have to sign the form so that you can, uh, find out what is in it?

Then again, what difference at this point does it make?

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Lying Liar-in-Chief and the Lies He Keeps Telling


"The fact that some adviser [Øliar'Care' architect Jon 'Stupid American Voters' Gruber] who never worked on our staff expressed an opinion that I completely disagree with in terms of the voters is no reflection on the actual process that was run." –Baracrook Øliar


eally, Øliar?

Gruber's role was further explicated by a former adviser to Kathleen Sebelius, the former secretary of [Øliar's] Health and Human Services.

"I remember many a call to Jonathan Gruber about his expertise in Massachusetts as we were formulating the [Øliar'Care'] plan," said Neera Tanden, who is currently the president of the Center for American Progress, in 2012.

"Not only did we call in Jon Gruber for his advice regularly, but we looked very much at the results (of the Massachusetts plan)," she continued.

From "some adviser who never worked on our staff" and "no reflection on the actual process that was run," to "many a call to Jonathan Gruber as we were formulating the plan" and "call in Jon Gruber for his advise regularly." That's quite a lengthy stretch, Øliar. Right up there with "depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is" and "if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan – period!"

What were you "thinking," Øliar? Do you still "think" feel yes you can rely on the "stupidity of the American voter" to get away with telling all your lies?

Oh, well. It's not like anyone with more brain power than a retarded intellectually disabled paramecium believes anything you say now.

796 more days.

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Article V Convention for Proposing Amendments


The Prequel


he following amendment would resolve several critical issues concerning the amending process: Can a state legislature rescind its previous ratification of a constitutional amendment? Can it withdraw any of its applications for a convention of the states? Does Congress have power to control when, where, and how that convention is held? or do the legislatures have such power?

Neither Congress nor any court has ever settled these matters definitively. So, before embarking down the unprecedented path of proposing amendments, it clearly would be best if we could first persuade Congress to propose such an amendment in the normal fashion and our state legislatures to promptly ratify it. To boost that effort, legislatures could make their application to Congress for the call of a convention for proposing it. The more legislatures making that application, the greater the incentive Congress has to propose this amendment to all of them itself.*

Joint Resolution
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to conventions for proposing amendments and ratifications of amendments.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each House concurring therein), That the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States:
Section 1. The legislatures of two-thirds of the several States on whose application the Congress shall call a Convention for proposing amendments shall have sole power to prescribe the times, places and manner of holding that Convention, and each of them may, before the Congress is required to call the same, direct its removal from that application.
Sec. 2. If the legislature of a State or convention therein shall have ratified an amendment to the Constitution according to the one or other mode of ratification proposed by the Congress, the legislature thereof or the same or another convention therein may void that ratifying act. But this section shall not be so construed as to affect any amendment after it becomes valid as part of the Constitution.”
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Vice President of the United States and
President of the Senate.

Although each of the present 27 amendments has added at least one new word to the Constitution's vocabulary, the above amendment wouldn't. Since it would be amending the provisions of Article V of the Constitution, that seems most appropriate and prudent. No need to give any branch of the federal government an untoward opportunity to mindlessly promulgate novel definitions for enhancing its already extravagant powers.

One issue left unresolved is whether Congress can simply tack onto its introductory clause any conditions not specifically provided for in the Constitution, such as no amendment it proposes will be valid unless ratified "within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress." When such is included in the amendment's actual text, there is no ambiguity. But this should be a plain enough matter over which good sense and judgment again prevails.

Another is whether Congress should have power to summarily cancel the ratification process — to, in effect, "un-propose" a submitted amendment — either before a sufficient number of state legislatures have ratified it or retroactively by declaring its adoption isn't permitted because, for example, it wasn't done "within a reasonable time." The courts have sense enough not to touch this. If any members of Congress voting in favor of granting themselves such power are also stupefyingly unaware they've just committed certain electoral suicide, why would anyone wish to waste time trying to enlighten them?

In any event, such an amendment's provisions should help resolve the most critical of these unsettled issues.


* Early last century, during efforts to provide for the direct election of U.S. senators, "many states began sending Congress applications for conventions. As the number of applications neared the two-thirds bar, Congress finally acted."

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Constitution's Vocabulary


Every word now in it has, more or less, settled meaning. Any amendments that add new ones, however, could open the door to all sorts of unanticipated mischief.


he United States Constitution's remarkably small vocabulary isn't a bug. It's a vital feature for the protection of every citizen's liberties. Even with just 1,068 different words to "interpret" twist and mangle, we've already seen how much damage the judiciary and other branches can pompously inflict on those liberties. (Øfascist"CareTax", anyone?) Adding constitutionally-unknown words like "balanced budget," "gross" domestic "product," or "political equality" would merely give them all leave to inflict even more.

Authors of proposed amendments who wish to avoid opening this door would do very well to confine themselves as much as possible to that limited vocabulary.

First, those 1,068 words in our Constitution, in alphabetical order:

1, 15th;

2, 20th;


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We The People Of United States In Order To Form A More Perfect Union Establish Justice Insure Domestic Tranquility Provide For Common Defense Promote General Welfare And Secure Blessings Liberty Ourselves Our Posterity Do Ordain This Constitution America

Article I

Section 1. All Legislative Powers Herein Granted Shall Be Vested Congress Which Consist Senate House Representatives

Section 2. Composed Members Chosen Every Second Year By Several Electors Each State Have Qualifications Requisite Most Numerous Branch Legislature

No Person Representative Who Not Attained Age Twenty Five Years Been Seven Citizen When Elected An Inhabitant That He

Direct Taxes Apportioned Among May Included Within According Their Respective Numbers Determined Adding Whole Number Free Persons Including Those Bound Service Term Excluding Indians Taxed Three Fifths Other Actual Enumeration Made After First Meeting Subsequent Ten Such Manner As They Law Exceed One Thirty Thousand But At Least Until New Hampshire Entitled Chuse Massachusetts Eight Rhode-Island Providence Plantations Connecticut New-York Six Jersey Four Pennsylvania Delaware Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Georgia

Vacancies Happen Representation From Any Executive Authority Thereof Issue Writs Election Fill

Speaker Officers Sole Power Impeachment

Section 3. Two Senators Senator Vote

Immediately Assembled Consequence Divided Equally Into Classes Seats Class Vacated Expiration Fourth Third Sixth So If Resignation Or Otherwise During Recess Make Temporary Appointments Next Then


Vice President Unless

Also Pro Tempore Absence Exercise Office

Try Impeachments Sitting Purpose On Oath Affirmation Is Tried Chief Preside Convicted Without Concurrence Thirds Present

Judgment Cases Extend Further Than Removal Disqualification Hold Enjoy Honor Trust Profit Under Party Nevertheless Liable Subject Indictment Trial Punishment

Section 4. Times Places Holding Elections Prescribed Time Alter Regulations Except Chusing

Assemble Once Monday December Appoint Different Day

Section 5. Judge Returns Its Own Majority Constitute Quorum Business Smaller Adjourn Authorized Compel Attendance Absent Penalties

Determine Rules Proceedings Punish Disorderly Behaviour With Expel Member

Keep Journal Publish Same Excepting Parts Require Secrecy Yeas Nays Either Question Desire Fifth Entered

Neither Session Consent Days Nor Place Houses

Section 6. Receive Compensation Services Ascertained Paid Out Treasury Treason Felony Breach Peace Privileged Arrest Going Returning Speech Debate Questioned

Was Appointed Civil Created Emoluments Whereof Encreased His Continuance

Section 7. Bills Raising Revenue Originate Propose Concur Amendments

Bill Passed Before It Become Presented Approve Sign Return Objections Originated Enter Large Proceed Reconsider Reconsideration Agree Pass Sent Together Likewise Reconsidered Approved Votes Both Names Voting Against Respectively Returned Sundays Excepted Him Like Had Signed Adjournment Prevent Case

Resolution Necessary Take Effect Being Disapproved Repassed Limitations

Section 8. Lay Collect Duties Imposts Excises Pay Debts Defence Uniform Throughout

Borrow Money Credit

Regulate Commerce Foreign Nations Indian Tribes

Rule Naturalization Laws Bankruptcies

Coin Value Fix Standard Weights Measures

Counterfeiting Securities Current

Post Offices Roads

Progress Science Useful Arts Securing Limited Authors Inventors Exclusive Right Writings Discoveries

Tribunals Inferior Supreme Court

Define Piracies Felonies Committed High Seas Offences

Declare War Grant Letters Marque Reprisal Concerning Captures Land Water

Raise Support Armies Appropriation Use Longer

Maintain Navy

Government Regulation Naval Forces

Calling Forth Militia Execute Suppress Insurrections Repel Invasions

Organizing Arming Disciplining Governing Part Them Employed Reserving Appointment Training Discipline

Legislation Whatsoever Over District Exceeding Miles Square Cession Particular Acceptance Seat Purchased Erection Forts Magazines Arsenals Dock-Yards Needful Buildings

Proper Carrying Execution Foregoing Department Officer

Section 9. Migration Importation Now Existing Think Admit Prohibited Prior Hundred Tax Duty Imposed Dollars

Privilege Writ Habeas Corpus Suspended Rebellion Invasion Public Safety

Attainder Ex Facto

Capitation Laid Proportion Census Directed Taken

Articles Exported

Preference Given Ports Another Vessels Obliged Clear

Drawn Appropriations Regular Statement Account Receipts Expenditures Published

Title Nobility Accept Emolument Kind Whatever King Prince

Section 10. Treaty Alliance Confederation Emit Thing Gold Silver Tender Payment Impairing Obligation Contracts

Imports Exports What Absolutely Executing It's Inspection Net Produce Revision Controul

Tonnage Troops Ships Agreement Compact Engage Actually Invaded Imminent Danger Will Delay

Article II

Section 1. Follows

Equal Elector

Meet Ballot Whom Themselves List Voted Certify Transmit Sealed Presence Open Certificates Counted Having Greatest There Highest Said Choice Should Remain


Natural Born Adoption Eligible Fourteen Resident

Death Inability Discharge Devolve Declaring Act Accordingly Disability Removed

Stated Increased Diminished Period

Following I Solemnly Swear Affirm Faithfully Best My Ability Preserve Protect Defend

Section 2. Commander Army Called Opinion Writing Principal Departments Upon Relating Reprieves Pardons

Advice Treaties Provided Nominate Ambassadors Ministers Consuls Judges Whose Are Established Vest Alone Courts Heads

Up Granting Commissions Expire End

Section 3. Information Recommend Consideration Expedient Extraordinary Occasions Convene Disagreement Between Respect Care Executed Commission

Section 4. Conviction Bribery Crimes Misdemeanors

Article III

Section 1. Judicial Good

Section 2. Equity Arising Affecting Admiralty Maritime Jurisdiction Controversies Citizens Claiming Lands Grants Subjects

Original Mentioned Appellate Fact Exceptions

Jury Held Where

Section 3. Only Levying Adhering Enemies Giving Aid Comfort Testimony Witnesses Overt Confession

Work Corruption Blood Forfeiture Life Attainted

Article IV

Section 1. Full Faith Acts Records Prescribe Proved

Section 2. Privileges Immunities

Charged Crime Flee Found Demand Fled Delivered

Labour Escaping Therein Discharged Claim Due

Section 3. Admitted Formed Erected Junction Legislatures Concerned Well

Dispose Respecting Territory Property Belonging Nothing Construed Prejudice Claims

Section 4. Guarantee Republican Application Cannot Convened Violence

Article V

Whenever Deem Call Convention Proposing Valid Intents Purposes Ratified Fourths Conventions Mode Ratification Proposed Amendment Affect Clauses Ninth Section Article Deprived Suffrage

Article VI

Contracted Engagements

Pursuance Thereby Contrary Notwithstanding

Religious Test Ever Required Qualification

Article VII

Sufficient Establishment Ratifying

Amendment I

Religion Prohibiting Abridging Freedom Press Peaceably Petition Redress Grievances

Amendment II

Regulated Security Bear Arms Infringed

Amendment III

Soldier Quartered Owner

Amendment IV

Papers Effects Unreasonable Searches Seizures Violated Warrants Probable Cause Supported Particularly Describing Searched Things Seized

Amendment V

Answer Capital Infamous Presentment Grand Offence Twice Put Jeopardy Limb Compelled Criminal Witness Himself Process Private Just

Amendment VI

Prosecutions Accused Speedy Impartial Wherein Previously Informed Nature Accusation Confronted Compulsory Obtaining Favor Assistance Counsel

Amendment VII

Suits Controversy Preserved Reexamined

Amendment VIII

Excessive Bail Fines Cruel Unusual Punishments Inflicted

Amendment IX

Certain Rights Deny Disparage Others Retained

Amendment X

Delegated Reserved

Amendment XI

Suit Commenced Prosecuted

Amendment XII

Vice-President Name Ballots Distinct Lists Choose Choosing Two-Thirds March Constitutional Constitutionally Ineligible

Amendment XIII

Section 1. Slavery Involuntary Servitude Duly Exist

Section 2. Enforce Appropriate

Amendment XIV

Section 1. Naturalized Reside Abridge Deprive Protection

Section 2. Counting Denied Male Inhabitants Twenty-One Way Abridged Participation Basis Reduced

Section 3. Military Engaged Insurrection Remove

Section 4. Validity Debt Incurred Pensions Bounties Suppressing Assume Loss Emancipation Slave Obligations Illegal Void

Section 5. Provisions

Amendment XV

Section 1. Race Color Previous Condition

Section 2.(no new words)

Amendment XVI

Incomes Source Derived Apportionment Regard

Amendment XVII

(no new words)



Amendment XVIII

Section 1. Manufacture Sale Transportation Intoxicating Liquors Exportation Beverage Hereby

Section 2. Concurrent

Section 3. Inoperative Date Submission Hereof

Amendment XIX


(no new words)

Amendment XX

Section 1. Terms Noon 20th January 3d Would Ended Successors Begin

Section 2.(no new words)

Section 3. Fixed Beginning Elect Died Failed Qualify Qualified Selected

Section 4. Devolved

Section 5. Sections 1 2 15th October

Section 6. Three-Fourths

Amendment XXI

Section 1. Eighteenth Repealed

Section 2. Possession Delivery Violation

Section 3.(no new words)

Amendment XXII

Section 1. Has Acted Some Apply Acting Operative Remainder

Section 2.(no new words)

Amendment XXIII

Section 1. Constituting Were Event Populous Addition Considered Perform Twelfth

Section 2.(no new words)

Amendment XXIV

Section 1. Primary Reason Failure Poll

Section 2.(no new words)

Amendment XXV

Section 1.(no new words)

Section 2. Vacancy Confirmation

Section 3. Transmits Written Declaration Unable

Section 4. Body

Thereafter Exists Resume Thereupon Decide Assembling Forty-Eight Hours Receipt Latter Determines Continue

Amendment XXVI

Section 1. Eighteen Older

Section 2.(no new words)

Amendment XXVII

Varying Intervened

There's plenty to work with to accomplish almost any new amendment's purposes without the introduction of any unprecedented sources of abuse which could work to undermine either them or our individual liberties.

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Lawless Obama Open Borders: Spreading Superbug Tuberculosis in Your Children's Schools


Thanks, Øbola.


ake no mistake: The greatest threats to our public health and national security are you and your should-be-indicted co-conspirators still in Congress trying to smuggle hordes of illegal immigrants new voters across our Border In Name Only™. Clearly, that end justifies even the most deadly means for you.

Typhoid Øbamary, you're the first one who should've been involuntarily quarantined, as you're the most virulent vector of fast-spreading fatal diseases ever seen in this country. Do the American people all a favor. Stay in China. Let your communist comrades get a good, long look at your banality and the insipid "job" you're doing.

"The Obama Administration Øbola Fascistration has been working overtime to keep the reporting and narrative away from blaming the ongoing illegal and undocumented immigrant invasion into the country. Media reports show at least eight known deaths from EV-D68 in the U.S. in 2014."

Forget self-isolating yourself, Øbola. If you really cared about protecting American school children you'd self-impeach.

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Lawless Obama Wants Even More Unvaccinated Immigrant Kids Spreading Deadly Respiratory Diseases in Your Children's Schools


Child-killer in Chief


xecutive amnesty not only is unlawful and unconstitutional — "Congress [not any fascist tyrant dictatør goosestepping around the White House golf course] shall have power to establish an uniform rule of naturalization" — it is literally a death sentence for your children.

“Department of Homeland Security confirmed that communicable diseases were being spread throughout detention centers set up to house incoming illegal immigrant children.”

This ØbamWar on your daughters and sons has already brutally claimed the lives of two of our precious children. Evidently, fascist Øbola won't be satisfied with anything short of a nationwide biological massacre.

His Pediacideness intends to comprehensively release killer contagions in every American child's classroom. Congress has both the power and the duty to stop him before yes he can.

Before Øbioweapon willfully and wantonly murders any more of our innocent children.

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Brake, D.C. — Accelerate, States


Toward our Article V Convention.


epublicans will hold 31 of the country's 50 governorships next year [and also up to] 69 of the 98 partisan state legislative chambers — more than at any point in history." This further bodes well for the first-ever convening of a convention of states for proposing amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

If all thirty Republican-controlled legislatures and Nebraska's, along with just three of the remaining states' — eight of which have a Republican-controlled house or senate — send an application for it to Congress, the Congress must call that convention. Then, as Alexander Hamilton says in Federalist Paper 85, "We may safely rely on the disposition of the State legislatures to erect barriers against the encroachments of the national authority."

Their application would provide the time and place of convening the convention for proposing amendments as well as interim rules of its proceedings, such as—

The convention meet for that purpose at the place in which the most numerous branch of the state legislature first making such application is sitting, on the one hundred and twentieth day (Sundays excepted) after application of the legislatures of two-thirds of the several States has been made, and be composed of delegates appointed by the several States, with each State appointing, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, at least one delegate (but in no event more than five), provided no Senator or Representative in Congress, or person holding an office of trust or profit under the United States, be appointed a delegate;

All votes in the convention be taken by States, the delegation from each State having one vote, with a quorum to do business consisting of a delegate or delegates from a majority of the States, and a majority of all the States being necessary to an agreement, approval, or adoption of the convention on any question, order, or resolution;

The convention choose its president and other officers, determine the rules of its proceedings, punish delegates for disorderly behavior, with the concurrence of two-thirds of all the States expel a delegate, and keep a journal of its proceedings and publish the same after it adjourns sine die; and

The articles approved by the convention be proposed as amendments to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several States, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress.

It would resolve, also, that—

This application constitutes a continuing application in accordance with Article V of the United States Constitution until at least two-thirds of the legislatures of the several States have made application to the Congress of the United State to call a Convention for the specific and exclusive purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States reading substantially as those contained in this resolution;

If Congress proposes, within 90 days after the legislatures of two-thirds of the States have made that application, all the amendments to the Constitution of the United States identical with those contained in this resolution, then this application shall no longer be of any force or effect; and

This application be deemed null and void, rescinded, canceled, and of no effect in the event that a convention for proposing amendments includes purposes other than providing for amendments to the Constitution of the United States reading substantially as those contained in this resolution.

Finally, every state legislature making this application would request each of the others make it too, and would transmit certified copies of it to them and to both houses of Congress and the U.S. representatives and senators from that state.

After the first legislature sends this application to Congress, the others need send only their concurrence.

As it so happens, Georgia's legislature made an application last March for an Article V convention for proposing amendments that "impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and limit the terms of office for its officials and for members of Congress." Alaska's then Florida's followed suit a month later using the same language. The strategy is particular subjects rather than particular amendments; and the amendments suggested here for that convention each falls within one of those subjects.

When this application is made by the legislatures of 31 more states, we'll be closer than we've ever been in living memory to "erecting barriers against the encroachments of the national authority."

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Four Score and Three Years Ago...


A.k.a. the last time Demøcrooks held fewer seats in our House of Representatives.


heir 183 number of seats is the third lowest for them in its entire 435-member history. Over the last hundred years, only the 67th and 71st Congresses were plagued by less House DemØfascists. The next Congress will be tying the 69th for third least infestation of House Demøcommies.

Not only was this election not "nothing," it was historic. "A big freakin' deal," to paraphrase foul-mouthed racist Vice Presentdunce Joe Biden.

Make no mistake™: According to His High-Crimes-and-Misdemeanors-ness Baracrook Øbola, every single one of his failed, lawless policies were on the ballot. Indeed, as the election results clearly show, every single one of them have been rejected outright by the American people.

The Republican leadership would do well to show just as clearly they reject every single one of His Lawlessness's policies, too.

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we thank You, LORD


and understand we must endure and do much more.

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