Saturday, April 10, 2010

Strong Constitution

A LIVING CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Preamble

In order to ensure that every resident of the United States of America is guaranteed their fair share of funds and services provided by the federal government we do ordain this living constitution which encourages changes to federal law as the needs of social harmony and the global environment evolve over time.

Article 1.

All rights, financial obligations and responsibilities, prohibited and required behaviors, in all cases, in all states, territories, and assigns, at all times, of all residents, commercial entities, and public institutions of the United States of America shall be enumerated and mandated by legislation passed by a majority vote of the proportionally elected agency of the Federal government known as the House of Representatives. In the case of tie votes the Vice President of the United States will exercise a vote to decide the issue. Individual states may institute additional measures in any category but such measures may not supplant, modify, or negate federal statutory law.

Article 2.

The actions and policies of all agencies and branches of the federal government created by legislation are subject to review and modification by the elected members of the House of Representatives.

Article 3.

Upon passage of legislation a bill may be signed by the United States resident serving as President and become law. If not signed by the President the legislation becomes law withing one calendar week from the time of passage in the House of Representatives.

Article 4.

All conditions, remunerations, and terms of service of all employees and elected officials of the government of the United States of America will be mandated by legislation of the House of Representatives.

Article 5.

The offices of President and Vice President of the United States will be effected by direct popular vote of the residents of same. Term limitations of, and qualifications for, any federal elected office shall be mandated by legislation of the House of Representatives.

Article 6.

No restraints, of any kind, upon the privilege of voting by any person older than 18 years of age, and living within the boundaries of the United States of America, shall be permitted. Military personnel, embassy staff, or United States resident living temporarily abroad may submit ballots by mail accompanied by a copy of the resident's United States government issued identification card. No identification shall be required for voting at a polling place in the United States or territories under its control.

Article 7.

The freedoms of life, liberty, speech, religion, and the pursuit of personal fulfillment shall not be infringed except where specifically modified by federal legislation according to the evolving needs of society.

Article 8.

The power to initiate, cease, or fund hostilities against a formally declared enemy by the United States military resides exclusively in the House of Representatives. The President will serve as Commander-in-Chief of the United States military subject to review of his actions at such intervals as deemed appropriate by the House of Representatives.

Article 9.

The United States of America shall endeavor to be a member in good standing in the community of nations and shall additionally strive at all times to abide by international norms of behavior when pursuing policies that affect those beyond the borders of the United States of America. Duly constituted international law shall take precedence over United States law except where specifically noted by legislation of the House of Representatives.

Article 10.

Changes, challenges, or attempted abrogations of this constitution by any resident, or body of residents other than duly elected members of the House of Representatives, are not permitted.

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