Bill of Rights/Amendments

Bill of Rights/Amendments
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Bill of Rights/Amendments by Jai! My font size was not working in edit mode, the font size was stuck at 16. You might not see the full conversations by just looking at it. Go to "Slide Show", you should see every single word of the conversations.

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  • Bill of Rights    1st Amendment: Freedom of speech.    2nd Amendment: The right to bear arms.    3rd Amendment: Americans cannot be forced to house soldiers.    4th Amendment: Cops cannot perform searches without a warrant.    9th Amendment: The states can do whatever they want if the Constitution does not forbid it.
  • Ugh, this tiny house. I absolutely hate this country. I hate it with a burning passion.
  • Careful what you say boy. I'm letting you go this time, but remember, this isn't America. They have freedom of speech, we don't.
  • These weapons are legal to have and we have the right to bear arms in America.
  • Honey, are you sure these are legal? Aren't the weapons illegal?
  • Title Cell: Bill of Rights
  • Sir, with all due respect, no. I cannot be forced to house an officer in my home. This comes from the third amendment.
  • Hello, good citizen, I am officer Clark. I am in need of a good night's rest. You have to let me sleep in your home.
  • First Amendment: Freedom of speech.
  • In order to search me, you need a search warrant. Do you have a search warrant?
  • Halt! It looks to me that you have stolen something because the cashier is restocking shelves. I need to search you thoroughly.
  • Second Amendment: The right to bear arms.
  • See that forest? I will deforest that forest to build a great casino for the people of Massachusetts.
  • Yes, I see that forest. However, you can't deforest a forest to build a casino for your state. The Constitution forbids it.
  • Third Amendment: Americans can not be forced to house soldiers.
  • Fourth Amendment: Cops can not perform unreasonable searches without a warrent.
  • Ninth Amendment: The states can do whatever they want if the Constitution does not forbid it.
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