American Ammendments

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  • Amendment 1
  • Higher taxes for the 1%
  • We are the 99% you are the 99%. They are the 1%!
  • Amendment 2
  • Jimmy go get the guns, we need to show the tyranny of the American Government what we're made of.
  • Amendment 3
  • You have your rights.
  • I am sorry Sir, but I do not want you in my house.
  • I am a member of the U.S. army may I stay in your house?
  • No law should be passed by the U.S. government which conflicts the freedom of speech, freedom of press, people’s right to peacefully assemble, and to petition to the government to fix grievances of the people.
  • Amendment 4
  • This is a civil deposition, sadly the 5th only applies in a situation in which you are at risk of convicting yourself of a criminal charge.
  • The right of people to keep and bear guns shall not be conflicted. In addition, the right to a volunteer army which is well regulated and necessary to the security of a free state shall also not be infringed upon.
  • Amendment 5
  • Did you violate section 3B of the contract of secrecy with Altera Corporation?
  • I am exercising my 5th amendment right.
  • In times of peace or war, no person shall be forced to provide a soldier with room and board inside their house, instead soldiers shall be provided with room and board in a manner defined by law.
  • Amendment 6
  • Pleasure to meet you sir, I am a attorney provided to you based on you 6th amendment right.
  • People, houses, papers, and effects shall be not be subject to searches without a viable reason to do so.
  • Come back with a warrant!
  • I am a member of the FBI. Let me in!
  • No person should be put on trial twice for the same crime, nor be a witness against himself in a criminal case.
  • People have the right to a public and speedy trial with a fair, just, and unprejudiced jury. In addition, the accused shall be informed of the grounds of the accusation. Also, the accused has the right to obtain witnesses and a counsel for defense in his favor, but the accuser has the right to obtain witnesses against the accused.
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