The Bill of Wrongs Bought by the Right

bill-of-rights.gifThe Congress of the United States began in the City of New York on March 4, 1789, and in order to prevent an abuse of its powers, created the Bill of Rights, consisting of the first 10 Amendments of the Constitution. This was done to extend public confidence in the Government to best ensure the beneficent ends of its institution and the United States Constitution.

Hating government of We the People, the Republican Right (Neo-cons) ironically began their Bill of Wrongs in the City of New York on September 11, 2001.

Teddy Roosevelt proved to be a good president for the People, but not for conservative Republicans. The Grand Old Party became the Greedy Old Party, loathing both Roosevelt’s who benefited “We the People” and not “Me the Corporation.” Subsequently, corporations became ‘persons’ with all the benefits afforded a person by the United States Constitution, but unfortunately a person didn’t acquire the supra-extraordinary benefits of corporation.

In keeping with the new power of the Unitary President and respecting the will of the neo-con leaders and major Corporations, following are the amended amendments of the Bill of Wrongs that continue to be a work in progress under GOP Rule: The reader can fill in the blanks.

First amendment – Establishment clause, freedom of ——-,—–, and —–. and peaceable —–as well as the right to —–
the —–.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of ——-, or prohibiting the —– —– thereof: or abridging the freedom of —–, or of the —–; or the right of the —— ——- to ——-, and to —— the ——- for a —— of ——-.

Second amendment – Right of the Right to bear arms and Corporations to manufacture advanced weaponry at their own discretion and profit.

A well privatized Militia, being necessary to the security of the security of new free Corporate State, the right of the Right Corporate Persons and Right Red State Evangelists to buy Arms and weaponry, shall note be infringed.

Third Amendment – The right of privatized military troops quartering.

A privatized security soldier shall in this time of perpetual war, be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, and has license to kill for self protection as is commensurate with the new law.

Fourth Amendment – Reasonable search and seizure.

The right of the Right Security Persons to search and seize people’s houses, papers, e-mail, telephone conversations or a suspected person, without issuance of Warrants, will be supported by the new Right of the Right law.

Fifth Amendment – Undue process, single jeopardy, incrimination and Corporate domain.

People shall be held to answer for any capital or infamous crime as deemed by the Corporate Media, and shall be examined and convicted by the Person’s Corporate Grand Jury, and can be deprived of life, liberty, or property, which can be taken for Corporate use, without just compensation.

Sixth Amendment – Trial by the Person’s Corporate Grand Jury.

People will receive a speedy conviction or disappearance, depending on the severity of the charge and the calendar of the Person’s Corporate Grand Jury.

Seventh Amendment – Civil Trial by the Person’s Corporate Grand Jury.

Convicted illegal immigrants can work off their sentence with no payment, in the People’s Work camps, unless convicted of being terrorists, in which case a second trial under the Sixth Amendment is in order. There will be no trials against Corporations and major Corporations will remain tax free.

Eight Amendment – Big Bail, as well as Cruel and unusual punishment.

Excessive bail, plus taxation of the Poor and Middle Class, is necessary for Government and Corporate profit. Torture is permitted to determine guilt of the People. In the case of heinous Religious Crimes, crucifixion may be rendered.

Ninth Amendment – Protection of rights not yet specifically enumerated in the Bill of Wrongs.

The enumeration in this Bill of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the Corporations or Persons of Corporations. The Right Government and major Corporations have permanent immunity from any legal actions, but have the right to collect monies from people deemed owed.

Tenth Amendment – Powers of the States and Corporations.

The powers not delegated to the New United States by this Bill of Wrongs, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved for the Corporations and the Right Government respectively, or to Verified Persons of the Corporations. Long live the Unitary President, the Right Neo-cons and the Corporations thereof.

Reprinted with permission from the Valley Democrats United newsletter, Margie Murray, Editor


  1. Richard Denne says

    Dear Sir,
    Thank you for your efforts on all fronts.
    Is it too much to ask our government to help our combat veterans?
    On December 20, 2004 the Department of Veterans Affairs, diagnosed me as having PTSD.
    Actually I was diagnosed in April of 2001 however it took the VA another few years to put it in writing. Hurry and wait right? We know the drill.
    The thing is, I sought help with the same symptoms while I was still in the military back in November of 1967. Well, it has been 41 years now and I am still waiting to see a psychiatrist.
    Now I don’t want to go on a rant or anything but I thought that a combat paratrooper just might be allowed to cut in at the front of any line if medical attention is justified and needed.
    My unit was awarded a Presidential Unit Citation for the battle of Trung Luong in June of 1966.
    My outfit,” A Company” and the rest of 2/327 of the 101st Airborne spent more time hunting down the VC in more varieties of terrain than any other out fits of the war. Always in the boonies, as much as 57 days non- stop. More than other any combat veterans of the war. The 2nd Battalion 327th Infantry earned the reputation of an outstanding combat unit because of their “No Slack” fighting spirit. Operations of the battalion in the republic of Vietnam were conducted in Trung Luong, Dak To, An Khe, Phan Rang, and Ashau. Being selected as the last infantry unit of the division to leave Southeast Asia distinguished the battalion with the record for the longest continuous combat service in Vietnam of any infantry battalion in the United States Army. Am I becoming soft for seeking help after 41 years? Maybe it is time to cut some slack for a No Slacker? I have an unique story to tell…
    Please speak out for warriors still waiting for help for their service.

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