• I'm not a libtard, if that's what you're asking?
    • Vampire Of My Own Heart
      No, I'm asking if you support and protect rights and laws written word-for-word in the U.S Constitution which includes many including the 14th Amendment. Either you do or you don't. Try not to interpret the question. It's a simple yes or no. It's not difficult, I promise. Just try. Here's a page of the Constitution I'm specifically asking about (section3):
    • 1465
      What's the part you're concerned about, the last line? ("But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.) It appears that Congress has the ability to nullify the disqualifier and allow those who "have engaged in insurrection or rebellion" to run for Congress. It sounds a little troublesome to me. There has to be a safeguard set up somewhere.
  • The Constitution is what our laws should obey and enforce. Of course, changes can be made to The Constitution, and in my opinion several changes OUGHT to be made...but until and unless that happens, The Constitution (as it is now) is The Constitution and should be obeyed and enforced by our laws.
  • Yes. I took the oath to support and defend The Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies foreign and domestic.
  • Your link says a lot. I don't think anyone actually checked it out. I didn't at first, but after following it, I can understand your concern. That is if my comment on Kevin's answer was where you were going with this. Read that comment so I won't repeat myself.
  • Yes - because I am not a Republican.
  • Of course, but you had better keep in mind the fifth and sixth amendments as well.

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