A Proposed Constitutional Amendment:
No Federal Agency, nor any other unelected Body so constituted, even if representing
any Federal Branch, including either House of Congress, the Executive, or any Federal
Court including the Supreme Court, or appointed by that branch, shall have any power to
make law, or the power to make rules which have the force of law, neither shall it have the
power to command or decree the States to any action denied to such body by this amendment
to the Constitution of the United States or by any other part or section of the Constitution
of the United States.
Why pass this?:
Congress, since 1888, has become so lazy, that they often do not know which
bureaucracy does what, even when they are charged with "overseeing" them.
They have become so lazy that they have imbued bureaucracy with powers which only lead to the loss
of citizens' personal freedoms, in almost EVERY situation.
Bureaucracy, at this bloated level, means that Congress is too busy to do their jobs.
Bureaucracies have become instruments of punishment, rather than fonts of information.
It's not that communications have become more modern, and thus more complicated - in fact, it's
the reverse. Communications have not only become easier, but the number of reachable constituents
has grown AND become less filtered
The next-to-final argument for the revocation of any bureaucracy's law-making powers is that one size does not fit all.
But most importantly, NO unelected body should ever be able to create or use its own POLICE FORCE!
PASS THIS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND BE FREE, OR DO NOT, AND STAY A SLAVE.