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April 11, 2008

House passes AMERICA Act, nullifying Constitution

Filed under: General Politics — Tags: — mikeyc252 @ 2:10 am

Note-this is totally fake.

Last night the House of Representatives passed the AMERICA Act 405-30, giving unrestricted power to the executive branch. The bill, sponsored by Frank Leher (R-MI) will take effect July 4, in honor of our nation’s independence from monarchial tyrants. The bill provides the president with the tools he needs to combat terrorist forces across the globe by eliminating the lengthy legal process and red tape needed to amend the Constitution.
The AMERICA Act, or Aiding the Righteous Executive branch by Enabling it to Destroy Opposing Masses, allows the president to protect this country from numerous terrorist sets. The bill is composed of nine pillars:

  • Allowing the president to infinitely veto any bill, regardless of Congress
  • Allowing the president to write and introduce bills
  • Allowing the president to pass and repeal bills
  • Allowing the president to reverse Supreme Court decisions
  • Amending the Constitution to allow the president to indefinitely suspend certain clauses
  • Permanently repealing the Bill of Rights
  • Subsidizing all state, city and county governments into one terrorist-busting executive branch
  • Allowing the president to ban or censor any media posing a threat to America
  • A federally mandated “moment of prayer” in all schools
  • The God-hating minority that oppose the FREEDOM Act claim the bill is unconstitutional and grants the executive branch too much power. Said Brian Jones as the bill was being debated: “This might be reasonable if we had a Democrat in power. But with George Bush we can’t afford to take any chances. Let’s wait until general elections.” Jones is currently being detained for possibly radical thoughts.

    The bill’s author and its many supporters, including President Bush, fervently rallied against the terrorists and held a late-night prayer marathon in favor of the bill. Said Larry Hagel (R-AL) “We’ve already voided parts of the Bill of Rights, surrendering now will throw this country into chaos. America is not going to cut and run. We’ll restore the original Constitution when the danger has passed and the country is stable again.”
    President Bush addressed the nation last Thursday, tearfully pleading “If you don’t pass this bill, it sends a message to the terrorists that they have won. Unless you give me unlimited power, democracy will be dealt a horrendous blow. Also, terrorists will invade this country, rape your wife, enslave your children and blow up you and your house.”



    1. […] Angry Youth! Blog wrote an interesting post today on House passes AMERICA Act, nullifying ConstitutionHere’s a quick excerptBut with George Bush we can’t afford to take any chances…. […]

      Pingback by George Bush » House passes AMERICA Act, nullifying Constitution — April 11, 2008 @ 4:27 am

    2. yo man, I hate our president too, but sh dood, your “analysis” is terribly one-sided and exaggerated beyond need.

      Yes, theoretically, the president can have these powers, but… to do this will require consent of more than a few people.

      You know the PETA people, you know greenpeace. This will empower them to become more radical.

      Tone down kid. You’re gonna be targeted as a terrorist if you keep this kind of ignorant analysis up.

      Comment by paul — April 12, 2008 @ 2:18 am

    3. This is satire. Naming a bill something like America that essentially takes away our freedoms.

      Google “The Onion.” It’s this kinda style.

      Comment by mikeyc252 — April 12, 2008 @ 2:33 am

    4. […] power and effectively voiding the Bill of Rights and checks and balances system. Onion-esque of the ClerkObtain documents, public disclosure forms, historical data and Member and […]

      Pingback by house of representatives — April 20, 2008 @ 10:28 am

    5. Was ist das?

      Comment by Sheenebmabe — March 20, 2009 @ 8:08 pm

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