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commented on 28th Amendment 2014-09-24 01:13:48 -0400 · Flag
Take away corporate rights and you don’t get conservative governments, or liberal governments; you get Constitutional Government: and it don’t walk into ANYone’s place of business without good cause, ie. the good of the People it represents. Political Parties would be the FIRST corporations I’d like to see shut down, but that would be for the States to decide; Constitutionally !
commented on 28th Amendment 2014-09-23 14:47:25 -0400 · Flag
There is a major flaw in your idea: You take away ALL constitutional rights, which includes search & seizure and due process. Without these rights, a conservative government could walk into ANY liberal organization (profit or non-profit), seize its assets, and then shut it down. And all without having to explain themselves or provide just compensation. You need to be very careful when you start messing with the Constitution because one wrong wording can change everything. Go back to the drawing board and re-write it.
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commented on 28th Amendment 2014-09-02 22:28:22 -0400 · Flag
Hi Matt and thanks for replying. I agree that your 7 recommended solutions are good ones, but wonder if they are too specific to be acceptable as text for a constitutional amendment. Does your solution need to be worded more broadly so it can’t be viewed as more suitable for legislation than for a constitutional amendment? Does an amendment need to be written in simple language that declares only the moral underpinnings of what any legislation that implements it must look like?
commented on 28th Amendment 2014-09-02 12:47:03 -0400 · Flag
To Paul. That is why I said “recommended solutions”.
commented on 28th Amendment 2014-09-01 15:39:31 -0400 · Flag
Jaimie, I agree totally that campaign spending & money-raising limits should not be left up to Congress. And that those limits should be specified in the 28th amendment to an amount equal to a week’s pay at the federal minimum wage.
commented on 28th Amendment 2014-09-01 13:03:49 -0400 · Flag
To William, Francis, Lipo and Matt: Given that Wolf-Pac’s declared intent is to NOT proposed amendment text at this stage, but only to GET an Article V convention on the subject of limiting the influence of money in the political process, and to trust that the Article V convention will produce the best amendment, I’m not sure I understand comments about how “this resolution” will not suffice. Which resolution are you referring to?

I’m certainly open to a free-form intermingling of ideas on the subject , which is where this conversation seems to be headed. And that’s fine with me.
commented on 28th Amendment 2014-08-27 19:25:49 -0400 · Flag
Dear WolfPAC, While the 28th Amendment is both necessary and a tremendous step forward in the fight for balance in our representative democracy, it falls short of addressing some of the very worst factors affecting the country. Below are my recommended solutions for consideration in the planned 28th Amendment: 1 – Make lobbying (i.e. bribing elected officials where value changes hands to vote a particular way or introduce particular legislation) illegal with a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison 2 – Require that all campaigns and political parties be financed from a single pool of money that is equally distributed to all candidates for a particular office 3 – Equal funding and laws for additional political parties 4 – Term limits of 2 terms for all elected officials but extending the terms to 5 years each. This also includes eliminating the lifetime appointments of Supreme Court Justices and making them appointed for 20 year maximum terms with no renewals. 5 – Elimination of the electoral college requiring that the majority vote be the only deciding factor in an election. 6 – Congressional Districts are calculated based on an equal-distant geometric division of an area based only on population density. 7 – Defining people and their associated rights as living human beings and not corporations. Sincerely, Hopeful Citizen
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