The United States Constitution Word Searched [Pic]

Submitted by: Kim... 5 years ago in

Forward to all of your Tea Party friends.
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Male 10,338
@Yaezakura:

One extreme to the other.

The reason why socialism sucks, if because it takes your liberty with it.

In a capitalist society, poo may be expensive, but we are free to buy it, or not.
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Female 385
you seem to think a socialist one is.
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Female 385
...Except, as I just pointed out, "Allah" is not a name. It is literally a word that means the same thing as "god". And it is the exact same god worshiped by Jews and Christians.

And regardless of what Tea Baggers profess to believe, every single example voted into office has been virulently anti-gay.

As for the whole part of "worked well until we started down a path of socialism"... seriously. Get over yourself. FDA? Socialist. Public roads? Socialist. Fire departments? Police forces? All socialist. I very doubt you want a country where you have to pay ever time you drive to work because the roads are owned by some private company. I very doubt you want a world where food manufacturers are allowed to put untested ingredients or additives in their food without regard to the safety of the public. Because the point where people die? That`s already too late to be getting upset.

A purely capitalistic country is every bit the cesspool
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Male 1,449
...and speaking of uneducated.

Agnostic: A person who holds the view that any ultimate reality (as God) is unknown and probably unknowable: One who is not committed to believing in either the existence or nonexistence of God or a god.

Generally "God" (note the capital G) is Judea Christian and Allah is the name of the Islamic god (notice small "g")

You are also incorrect about the general views of the Tea Party. We believe that government should intrude as little as possible into our lives, which would also cover the Government telling us what kind of person is allowed to marry another. If you look at the founding fathers, they are closer in being a Tea Party Member then either the Democrats or Republicans – and their methods have worked pretty well up until we started down a path of Socialism.
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Female 385
[quote]Ok this is lame. I`m a Tea Party member and agnostic so I`m not sure why this would need to be sent to me. The Constitution also does not mention Allah, Buddha, or women with big breast. It`s always interesting to me when an uneducated person tries to make an erroneous political point.[/quote]

Agnostic still means you believe a god/s exist. Allah and God are the same deity--they are both the God of Abraham. Allah simply means "God", it`s not a name. Buddha isn`t even a god at all, but a state of being--anyone who reaches enlightenment is a Buddha. The last one, I won`t even address.

The point being made is that, despite the so-called platform of Tea Baggers, every one of them elected is a vicious social conservative who wants to roll back gay rights, women`s rights, and establish a Christian theocracy.

And that doesn`t even touch the fact that the economic ideals of Tea Baggers would destroy this country.
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Male 39,904

[quote]"Believe it or not, the states also have the right to leave the union with no consequence." [/quote]
Yeah, they tried that once. What was it called?... oh yeah...
The Civil War!

But I am hoping to see a state or two try to ceceed.
It`d be more entertaining to watch than Jersey Whores.
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Male 1,449
Ok this is lame. I`m a Tea Party member and agnostic so I`m not sure why this would need to be sent to me. The Constitution also does not mention Allah, Buddha, or women with big breast. It`s always interesting to me when an uneducated person tries to make an erroneous political point.
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Male 438
"Believe it or not, the states also have the right to leave the union with no consequence."

Good luck with that...

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Male 525
@Auburn:

Aaaaannnnd STOP!
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Male 10,338
Believe it or not, the states also have the right to leave the union with no consequence.

Aaaaaaaand GO!
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Male 438
polglowa:

Not sure I really understand where you are going with that, The Supreme Court has determined that the right to bear arms has limits. A state can decide what that states limits are but cannot take away the 2nd Amendment completely.
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Male 43
@Otto67... "The States have more power as a collective but an individual State cannot just decide it is going to ignore the Federal Constitution or any part of it." If that were the case, then I wouldn`t have my right to owning firearms restricted as heavily as it is, now would I?
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Female 2,228
Addendum b/c of a slight oversight- Fwoggie I was talking specifically about Canada here, only Canada. And now that I think about it, maybe they should keep the Queen after all (or as she`s known in the US. "That sweet little old lady with all the corgis") because really who else are they gonna put on their money? Alanis Morissette? Mike Myers?
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Male 25,416
well ctrl+f for the win
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Male 25,416
and....
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Male 438
"You`re forgetting that for any constitutional amendment to pass it must be ratified by the states, that means the states have more power."

The States have more power as a collective but an individual State cannot just decide it is going to ignore the Federal Constitution or any part of it.
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Male 439
What does this have to do with the Tea Party? Individual members of the Tea Party movement may certainly be religious and socially conservative, but the movement itself takes no official position on anything other than economic issues.

Not a Tea Partier myself, but let`s at least have our facts straight.
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Female 2,228
Also Crakr to begin the process of amending the Constitution, first there must be a 2/3rds majority vote to do so by both the House and Senate.

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Male 39,904

CrakrJak, Mississippi didn`t ratify the 13th amendment yet it still went into effect. Slavery was abolished even in Mississippi. The didn`t ratify it until 1995 after some public emberassment by Michael Moore. He tried to sell a black man on the steps of the state capital building.
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Male 17,511
QueenZira: You`re forgetting that for any constitutional amendment to pass it must be ratified by the states, that means the states have more power. Without ratification a federal amendment doesn`t take place.
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Male 325
What`s a constitution?
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Female 2,228
Aj we are most certainly not 50 countries, you`re thinking of the Articles of Confederation which were dropped in favor of the Constitution. We are one country, one Federal Constitution, 50 states.

And yes the Federal Constitution trumps any state constitution, Article VI section 2.
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Male 438
"Proverbs 29:18 A nation without God`s guidance is a nation without order. Happy are those who keep God`s law!"

Using the Bible to justify teaching religion is called circular reasoning, and since almost everyones definition of god and his guidance is different please explain which version this country should use and why.
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Male 438
CrakrJak and auburnjunky:

Nothing in your statements refute what I said. The Federal Constitution overrides all State Constitutions. As you said "the states are afforded most of the responsibilities not listed in the constitution or it`s amendments" the key words are `NOT LISTED`, the States are allowed to give MORE rights to its citizens than the Federal Constition allows for but NOT LESS. When State Constitions have listed a "religious test" for holding public office they are overridden by the Federal Constituions ban on them. So explain to me again how I`m wrong.
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Male 39,904

@ chicagojay - it`s in the preamble. "Promote The General Wellfare." Some interpret that to mean healthcare. Not me, but some do.
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Male 2,106
"Free Health Care" Not found,
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Male 39,904

Jesus never mentioned the Constitution so I figure if He was okay with it, those christians should leave it alone.
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Male 259
Not to mention God being referred to directly and indirectly of the Constitution`s appendix.

Whether religious or non-religious, tyrants will always find a pretext for their tyranny. And no surprise, both religious and non-religious tyrants attempt to justify their tyranny through the US Constitution. Yawn. Next flame war, please.
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Male 259
Which Creator appears in the Declaration of Independence.
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Male 259
Because they always use the word god to mean God. Try Creator next time.
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Male 772
"Ha! I could attack that a dozen different ways! It feels good to have all these options, but alas, I have not enough characters remaining to do it, so as enjoyable as that would be, I`ll settle for this: you`re an idiot."

This is what people say when they don`t actually have a proper argument.
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Male 10,440
[quote] Really Lazyme? Because we think there should be some upgrades in your Constitution too like for instance getting rid of Queen Elizabeth II as your head of state, because symbolic or not *that* is embarrassingly antiquated for this continent. I mean we got rid of the Crown 236 yrs ago. [/quote]
Ha! I could attack that a dozen different ways! It feels good to have all these options, but alas, I have not enough characters remaining to do it, so as enjoyable as that would be, I`ll settle for this: you`re an idiot.
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Male 766
there is no god so why do so many fools want it to run their goverments
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Male 115
Proverbs 29:18 A nation without God`s guidance is a nation without order. Happy are those who keep God`s law!

http://www.LittleScroll.com
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Male 10,338
@Otto: Really?!

The purpose of the Constitution is to be a document that spells out exactly what the Federal government can and cannot do.

It gives the Federal government limited powers, and leaves all others responsibilities to the states. We are a representative republic. The states are essentially 50 countries all united under one banner.

Somewhere over the years, people have forgotten this.
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Male 1,803
Nah, we`ll keep QEII; she makes us lots of money off tourists, particularly Americans. Nearly as much money as we make from Willie and Katie - apparently tea towels with their faces on it are all the rage in the US.
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Male 17,511
Otto: [quote]The Federal Constitution overrides all State Constitutions.....so there.[/quote]


No it does not, the states are afforded most of the responsibilities not listed in the constitution or it`s amendments. Also, all amendments to the federal constitution have to be ratified by the states.
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Male 10,338
Well no poo.
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Male 2,419
@QueenZira
actualty a monarchy has it`s advantages, since they usualy have their own wealth, they are far less expensive as say a president who has 4 years to earn a bit on the side (if you know what i mean)
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Male 1,313
lol, MelCervini, very good point.
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Female 2,228
Really Lazyme? Because we think there should be some upgrades in your Constitution too like for instance getting rid of Queen Elizabeth II as your head of state, because symbolic or not *that* is embarrassingly antiquated for this continent. I mean we got rid of the Crown 236 yrs ago.
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Male 599
I still fail to see how the word "god" not being in the constitution has anything to do with current political affairs or the Tea Party movement. Am I missing something?
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Male 2,216
God-or as my son calls him-"Fraud"
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Male 10,440
Despite this I still think your constitution could use updating...
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Male 438
"Although there is no direct mention of GOD in the constitution..it is notable to mention that He is mentioned as GOD or GOD ALMIGHTY in the preambles of all 50 states` constitutions."

The Federal Constitution overrides all State Constitutions.....so there.
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Male 15,510
There is no God!
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Female 1,803
The only reference to religion in the original Constitution:

"No religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States."

Seems like they were trying to make sure you didn`t have to prove you were religious to be involved in governing the USA. Kind of the opposite to what the GOP would like us to believe.
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Male 15,261
"While God is not in the constitution, defense is spelled with a S not a C"

Well, they spelled it right because they were British traitors.
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Male 1,625
I don`t get the point of this...

obviously, a country founding itself on the belief of free religion and representation for all would base its constitution on those points w/o bringing a specific religion to attention
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Male 135
you`re wrong on that one, spundoctor.
british: defence
american: defense
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Male 1,073
"While God is not in the constitution, defense is spelled with a S not a C"

You are incorrect in two ways:

1) "Defence" is an acceptable alternate spelling of "defense", although usually British.

2) It was transcribed verbatim, meaning that even if it were misspelled in the original, it would be transcribed that way. In the original it is spelled "defence". I don`t doubt that "defence" was the most common way of spelling it over 200 years ago.
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Male 13
While God is not in the constitution, defense is spelled with a S not a C
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Male 1
Tea Party believes in a strict constitutional government. Considering I am atheist, you just helped me think of another way to get my other atheist friends to join. Thanks!
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Male 526
@lordty, the only mention of religion in there is that congress should stay the hell away from it (make no law respecting or prohibiting free exercise of religion).
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Male 2,216
It`s beyond pathetic what the religious right(Wrong) are trying to do to our country.The Insane people who have an imaginary friend in the sky need help.Psychological help.
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Male 301
Here`s a thought: I do believe there`s some semi-small section somewhere in there about religion (note the sarcasm). Perhaps God falls under that category even though God isn`t expressly mentioned. Silly trolls.
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Female 836
StillCrazee

Whoa! Way to sport that forgiving Christian attitude! I`m sure I want to be Christian now and bitch people out too!
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Male 295
Why is this on this website? This is doing nothing to kill boredom (except maybe for the trolls, but why feed them?). This is just a political statement. Please, no more of this crap.
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Male 35
"True, yet they never once mention God in the constitution, which should probably signify something."

It signifies that they didn`t want what happened in England to happen in the New World. They didn`t want to have a national religion, because it would lead to oppression, which is what happened in England, which caused the Puritans to leave. But that doesn`t mean they didn`t believe in God. Many Founding Fathers did believe in God, and if they didn`t they were deists. They allowed people to worship whatever they wanted, and follow any religion they wanted, as long as it doesn`t interfere with the rights and civil liberties of anyone else.
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Male 546
I think it`s cool to be an atheist....don`t you?
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Male 542
Amazing! I`m not bored anymore!
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Male 1,741
"Weren`t the majority of the framers of the constitution diests?"

True, yet they never once mention God in the constitution, which should probably signify something.
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Female 4,413
Ripper398 that would mean they admitted that it existed in the first place.
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Male 1,313
Ah yes, the constitution. The thing politicians wipe their asses with.
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Male 63
Weren`t the majority of the framers of the constitution diests?
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Female 583
I was an atheist since before I understood what the word means. Does that count? XD
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Male 10,855
@StillCrazee

Funny you should mention it, as there are three states that are exceptions to assertion. One of them is Hawaii.
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Male 599
How is this relevant to anything?
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Female 40
Although there is no direct mention of GOD in the constitution..it is notable to mention that He is mentioned as GOD or GOD ALMIGHTY in the preambles of all 50 states` constitutions. Sorry to disappoint all the people jumping on the atheist bandwagon..now run on about how you were atheist before it was cool. You know you want to.
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Female 409
*snickers*
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Male 1,293
Baelzar

Idiot socialists don`t understand libertarianism. That is because they don`t understand the concept of liberty.
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Male 6,737
And so it should be.
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Male 1,293
And?
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Male 39,904

What`s your point?
It`s not like we use that document anymore.
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Male 1,461
But I have no tea party friends.
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Male 1,399
If you think the Tea Party is about religion, you`re an idiot.
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Female 539
Link: The United States Constitution Word Searched [Pic] [Rate Link] - Forward to all of your Tea Party friends.
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