The Bill of Wrongs

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Bill of WrongsThe way things have been going, many of us are left wondering why we have a Bill of Rights when our government so readily violates them in the laws they create or decisions made by the U.S. Supreme Court. Perhaps they have a different opinion of what the words clearly meant when they were written and ratified? In accordance with their actions, its plain to see that the version they see is quite different those which we thought existed. I hereby present the government's version, "The Bill of Wrongs".

Amendment I.
Congress shall make laws disrespecting any establishment of the Christian religion, and prohibiting the free exercise thereof in any public place, and abridging the freedom of speech, and the press through the FCC and IRS 501(c)(3) tax code, and any attempt to assemble will be broken up through the implementation of a police state, and that any petition for a redress of grievances will not be heard by the Government as previously ruled by the Supreme Court.

Amendment II.
A well regulated population, being necessary to the security of a tyrannical government, the right of the people to keep and bear effective Arms, shall be infringed.

Amendment III.
No soldier shall, after serving in combat, be given any benefits and allowed to die on a waiting list, with full consent of the Government, or will be declared criminally insane in a manner prescribed by law.

Amendment IV.
The right of the government to be secure in their despotism, to unreasonably search your house, papers, cell phones, computers, internet communications and your diary, and violate your private parts, without warrants, but upon the improbable cause, unsupported by an Oath or Affirmation not followed, or even anonymous tip, that you violated any one of more than a billion laws, and particularly allows for any place or body cavity to be searched, and anything to be seized without any requirement they be returned.

Amendment V.
Any person shall be held to answer for any misdemeanor or unconstitutional law, unless you are an employee of the government, and may be twice put in jeopardy of life, limb or further imprisonment by the declaration of a mistrial; and you shall be compelled in any case to confess and be deprived of life, liberty, property, children and dignity, without due process of law; and your property shall be taken for public use, without any compensation.

Amendment VI.
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy a long stay in prison and a private trial which excludes the press and video cameras, by a partial jury who is instructed not to challenge the law, held anyplace the judge sees fits, without having to be informed of the Constitution, confronted by any false witness against you, and to have witnesses in your favor excluded by the judge, and be granted overworked, underpaid and understaffed counsel for your defense.

Amendment VII.
In suits at common law, where the value in controversy exceed any amount which you cannot afford, you will not be told you can have a trial by jury, and it shall be reserved that no fact tried by an expensive lawyer shall in any impartial way be examined in any Court in the United States, and according to the rules of the judge rather than common law.

Amendment VIII.
Excessive bail shall be required, excessive fines imposed, and cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

Amendment IX.
The enumeration of any privilege in the Constitution, obliterating your rights, shall be construed to further deny and disparage others kept from the people.

Amendment X.
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, are not prohibited by it, nor reserved to the States or to the people.

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