stevenlaib at SBCGLOBAL.NET
Sun Apr 11 17:58:58 MDT 2004
Actually, we have one already. It is called the fifth amendment.
It says private property shall not be taken for public use without just
Unfortunately, the courts have taken the unsupportable view that this
to eminent domain cases. It is like that old saying about what part of
"shall not be
infringed" don't you understand. To me it means that if I want to have
and anti tank
gun on my car that's OK by the constitution.
On Sunday, April 11, 2004, at 05:28 PM, Dennis Putnam wrote:
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>> I'd like to see a law that says that property can't be seized without
> Here's an idea. Let's propose a constitutional amendment to do that.
> were at it we should also propose an amendment that prohibits the
> government from infringing on free speech.
> To make things easier lets just propose a single amendment that says
> previous amendments mean what they say.
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