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Was the Constitution written to form a perfect union?  Has it succeeded in establishing justice, insuring domestic tranquility and providing for our common defense,? Did the founders want to promote or provide for the general welfare?

Did the institution of slavery promote  equality and justice ? Do the laws passed by Congress promote domestic tranquility at home and does our foreign policy promote world peace?

The Constitution has been failed because "We the People" have failed hold our government officials accountable. Due to our collective ignorance and apathy we have allowed bankers, lawyers and politicians to seize control of our government.

The only way have a just society is for everyone to know and understand the principles liberty and the Constitution and demand strict adherence to the Constitution..


 

The Constitution gave far too much power to the central government. The central government should only have the authority to provide for the common defense, deal with foreign affairs and to settle disputes between the states. All governmental function should be handled in the states.

The central government should own no  property and have no jurisdiction outside of the District of Columbia The Supreme Court  should have no authority to interpret the Constitution. The court should settle disputes between the states. The State Courts would settle all disputes between parties within their borders.
Each state should have one representative in Congress and on all issues each state should have one vote and all legislation would require the approval of two thirds of the states. The central government would not have the authority to borrow money without the unanimous consent of all of the states.

Congress should not be able to declare war without the consent of two thirds of the states. Taxes could only be generated to provide for the common defense. The states and not the Supreme Court would have the authority to determine the Constitutionality of all Congressional legislation.




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