Other 28th Amendment Versions

Other 28th Amendments to the US Constitution

 

 From Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont: 
A Petition to Support the Saving American Democracy Amendment
Sen. Bernie Sanders has proposed a constitutional amendment that would overturn the Supreme Court decision in a case called Citizens United vs. FEC.

 

The Saving American Democracy Amendment states that:

  • Corporations are not persons with constitutional rights equal to real people.
  • Corporations are subject to regulation by the people.
  • Corporations may not make campaign contributions or any election expenditures.
  • Congress and states have the power to regulate campaign finances.

 

 

Check out Lawrence Lessig’s  www.rootstikers.org and their:

 

HOW DO WE CLEAN UP POLITICS?

  • 1. Provide that public elections are publicly funded;
  • 2. Limit, and make transparent, independent political expenditures, and;
  • 3. Reaffirm that when the Declaration of Independence spoke of entities “endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,” it was speaking of natural persons only.

 

And from www.wolf-pac.com:

28th Amendment

Posted by Aaron Wysocki 916pc on October 19, 2011 · Flag

Corporations are not people. They have none of the Constitutional rights of human beings. Corporations are not allowed to give money to any politician, directly or indirectly. No politician can raise over $100 from any person or entity. All elections must be publicly financed.

And of course, Tikkun, the Network of Spiritual Progressives and  Rabbi Michael Lerner’s ESRA Amendment at:

http://spiritualprogressives.org/newsite/?page_id=117

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