A more perfect union

We the people, having become enlightened through experience, declare to form a more perfect union by throwing off the bondage our fo
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

We the people, having become enlightened through experience, declare to form a more perfect union by throwing off the bondage our forefathers established and hereby set forth a new constitution so every man, woman and child can be free to practice all liberties established and valued in their own minds. Firmly established in common law, we confirm by passivity, the supreme wisdom of our appointed and elected judges and congressmen, holding them faultless in their decisions to bestow all individual rights to practice such liberties, and humbly submit to their decision.

Article 1: All resemblance of the previously established government of the United States shall be dissolved, our founding fathers’ purposes of such government having been replaced by wiser men, enabled by the tacit approval of the governed reasoned by evolving societal necessity.

Article 2: To give no offense to any person, animal or plant is hereby the highest law except if established law is the offender, we submit to the ultimate wisdom of our lawgivers, and hold them faultless, even to the detriment of our established union herewith and acknowledging the environment as giving us life itself.

Article 3: Anything not mentioned before is hereby left to be established by the wise men and women we call our judges, congressmen and other elected officials.

Matt Bickley

Sandusky

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