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"Tell her I'm exercising my twenty-first amendment rights."
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A man peddles U.S. flags on the sidewalk, next to a man peddling copies of the U.S. constitution
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"The way I see it, the Constitution cuts both ways. The First Amendment gives you the right to say what you want, but the Second Amendment gives me the right to shoot you for it."
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"I understand the Ten Commandments. But what is this Second Amendment he keeps going on about?"
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"So what if the First Amendment does go? We still have twenty-?ve more."
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"Now, should we add something at the end about how wise we are and therefore nothing in here should ever be changed?"
"Seriously? You refuse to answer based on the fifteenth amendment?"
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"Why do they keep making these?"
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'Now that we've agreed on the loopholes, should we start drafting the amendment?'
'I don't care what the U.S. Congress does with the Bill of Rights. Up here, we do not amend the 10 Commandments.'
'Come on! A computer can't plead the fifth.'
'This just in...a proposed bill in congress claims the first 10 amendments are 'politcally incorrect'.'
'I know we can't repeal the laws of nature, but I don't see why we can't amend them a little.'
Modern voter is confused by all the current issues
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'How're the new amendments to the constitution going?'
'They wanted me to give you their 10 Amendments.'
"If we had a Bill of Rights that got wronged, would it be right for a judge to right that wrong?
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"On second thought, let's just change that to 'Dear Sir'."
"This bill has bi-partisan support. Time to load it up with impossible readers, amendments and attachments."
'This 'Law of the Jungle'...can't we tack some amendments onto it?'
'On second thought, scratch that one about abortion.'
'An injunction against the First Amendment? - Can we DO that?'
'The defendant seems to be hiding under the First Amendment.'
'... and I know the fifth amendment by heart.'
'The amendments to the Health and Safety book have arrived.'