FK – How ironic that the RINO party is being torn asunder by a demoncrat demagogue. I think the whole thing is a setup and I think those ‘at the top’ are completely capable of planning something like this out if for no other reason than the republicrat candidates have been forced to start talking openly about the Constitution and Bill of Rights regardless of whether they ever mean anything they say.
It’s hilarious only because the average apathetic cowardly dumbass fully deserves what’s coming. We’ve had the internet for 20 years now so there’s no excuses for the level of willful ignorance that still exists in this country today.
The deception has been going on for a long time:
FK – One wonders how many more books like those are floating around. So how was the original 13th Amendment removed?
The shysters of course deny its viability.
And of course the evil ones among us deny that it means anything.
And they show us just how evil they are(from the same article):
“But they could be playing with fire. “We’re in a constitutional silly season,” says Bernstein, “and whether you are of the left or the right, if you take the Constitution seriously, it’s very troubling.” The threat posed by the 13th Amendment is remote; as far as can be determined, no other state has followed the Iowa GOP in calling for ratification, and no bill of ratification has been introduced into the Iowa legislature. As far as their platform goes, we should all be willing to defer to Iowa Republicans on the definition of manure as natural fertilizer. So long as they keep it on the fields, where it belongs.
FK – What does ‘ratification’ mean in anyway? We’ve been forced to accept the 16th Amendment when it was never properly ratified.
Regardless of how ‘provable’ it is or was it’s not a bad idea, even if ‘esquire‘ doesn’t have the nefarious meaning some claim.
The American Bar Association even declares they exist to provide ‘ethical guidance’ to shysters, which is laughable and would of course automatically disbar all commie shysters and all shysters that prosecute obviously innocent people in the name of political or monetary gain.
I’m honestly not sure it makes that much difference if the 13th Amendment is ‘real’ or not. We won’t have the country we want until enough men that we don’t seem to have anymore decide to do what will be required and afterwards pass an amendment forbidding shysters to hold public office, which would also of course bar the occasional shyster with a real conscience. Those percentages are probably about the same as the generational politician population, i.e. tiny.