Constitutional Amendment XXVIII

Article VIII shall be added to the Constitution of the United States of America.

Article VIII

Section 1:
The Financial authority to represent the Dollar on all matters Constitutional shall be vested in the “Principal” and “Vice Principal” of the United States of America. This Principal shall be appointed by the President and approved by the Senate by simple majority in a time period not to exceed 30 days in congressional session. Failure to appoint or accept the President’s appointee within the 30 days will result in the Speaker of the House making the appointment without the approval of the Senate and may not be the same nominee appointed by the President.

The Principal shall serve a single term of six years from the time of installation into office and is required to take the Oath of Affirmation. The term of office shall not be tied to any calendar or event.

The Principal shall appoint a “Vice Principal” and shall upon Death or resignation, be acting Principal until a replacement has been selected. Failure to replace the Principal by either the President and Senate or the Speaker of the House within the required time will result in the Vice Principal’s installation into the office of Principal.

No person except a natural born citizen of the United States of America and have attained the Age of thirty years shall be eligible for the office of Principal and Vice Principal.

Section 2:

The Principal shall represent the Dollar in all matters Constitutional and shall have the power of “Line Item Veto” over appropriations outside of enumerated rites of the Constitution. The Principal shall have the power and authority to discontinue and dismantle any Federal appropriation, laws, and bureaucratic entities that the Constitution has enumerated to the States.

The Principal shall not be granted any appropriation authority except for what is required for the effective operation of the office and the required implementation of the duties of the office.

The Principal shall not be granted authority over explicit duties of Congress and shall not interfere with budgetary responsibilities of Congress.

Section 3:

The Principal shall have authority to remove and simplify any revenue collection device that causes anybody for any reason to have any advantage over anybody in all matters. The Principal shall have the authority to remove and dismantle any form of advantages and profit that Congress has given to themselves that are not available to all of citizens of the United States of America and shall have the authority to deny all forms of profit that Congress shall appropriate for themselves other then their Salaries.

Section 4:

The Principal shall have authority to enforce the following:

Congress shall make no law giving any citizen of the United States of America any form of revenue misalignment with any other citizen. All citizens of the United States of America shall be treated as individuals for the purpose of collection of revenues. Congress or the States shall make no laws using any form of electronic, electrical, or mechanical devices for the purpose of determining revenues or for revenue collection that will enable the government to affect the privacy of a citizen of the United States of America.

Congress shall make no law giving Congress any form of any perks over and above their personal salaries of office and shall not establish any government form of protection for personal assets over and above what the citizens of the United States of America can obtain threw fair market acquisition. The Principal shall have authority to remove and dismantle any form of perks beyond the salaries of Congress. The Principal shall not have the authority to control any actions of Congress where the members of Congress use their personal Salaries for their own or collective use.

Congress shall make no law granting any kind of pension, retirement, or other guarantee of personal financial protection for the employees of the Federal Government.

Congress shall make no law overriding the enumerated States rites of the Constitution. The Supreme Court of the United States of America shall not be able to remove or define rites not specifically listed in the Constitution and shall not have the authority to overturn the dismantling or removal of Federal agencies not specifically listed as enumerated rites of the States.

The Supreme Court shall decide what limits to the place on personal income taxes that make individuals unequal in the eyes of the law and common sense. Failure of the Supreme Court to reach a decision on the matter within fifty-four months of the ratification of this amendment will result in the Principal setting the limits of progressive taxation. Congress shall make no law taxing any citizen more then thirty percent of their income or create a tax based on ownership or wealth.

Section 5:

The “Vice Principal” shall be responsible for National Voter Registration and shall be the sole power and authority in constructing and maintaining the National Voter system.

All voting is all States shall be by individual printed ballets. No absentee balloting will be allowed in any State. Voting shall be done on the prescribe Tuesdays and shall also be made available on the previous Tuesday. The States shall have the authority to set the location for the previous Tuesday voting at either the county seats or at the usual polling places set by State laws. All forms of absentee voting will be discontinued with the military voting system being the only exception.

The “Vice Principal” shall have the authority to use commonly available forms of existing State agencies for the purpose of voter registration. Voter registration shall be the financial responsibly of the Federal Government and the security of the Voter Registration system shall be the sole responsibly of the Vice Principle.

Bob Niemeyer

June 1, 2015

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