Daily blog: It’s November 28th, and we have members of congress who do not know the three branches of government. One being Alabama’s Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville, a Republican, who said the three branches were the house, the senate, and the executive. And the other, Alexandria Ocasio-Corteother, a Democrat who said the presidency, the senate, and the house. Scary Right and they want to govern you.
I think it’s time to have our representatives pass the same civics test given to all naturalization applicants.
The civics test is an oral test, and the USCIS officer will ask 20 out of the 128 civics test questions. You must answer at least 12 questions correctly to pass the 2020 version of the civics test.
Today I will look at the first ten. And comment on some in red just fo fun.
A: Principles of American Government
1. What is the form of government of the United States?
- Constitution-based federal republic
- Representative democracy
As you can see, they give three possible answers. But why? The answer should be a Republic. It’s that simple. “to the Republic for which it stands.” Does that ring a bell for anyone? Yes, you could say it was the other two, but why make it hard.
2. What is the supreme law of the land?*
- (U.S.) Constitution
Correct and why so many socialists want to change it.
3. Name one thing the U.S. Constitution does.
- Forms the government
- Defines powers of government
- Defines the parts of government
- Protects the rights of the people
It does all of these. And the ‘rights of the people’ are being trampled by governors who need to be held accountable.
4. The U.S. Constitution starts with the words “We the People.” What does “We the People” mean?
- Popular sovereignty
- Consent of the governed
- People should govern themselves
- (Example of) social contract
The answers given don’t make sense to me; debate me if you choose, but “We Te People” simply means the United States of America’s citizens.
We are not a social contract.
5. How are changes made to the U.S. Constitution?
- The amendment process
6. What does the Bill of Rights protect?
- (The basic) rights of Americans
- (The basic) rights of people living in the United States
What the hell are (Basic Rights)? It protects The Rights of all American citizens.
7. How many amendments does the U.S. Constitution have?*
- Twenty-seven (27)
These amendments are under attack by traitors from within, so we must be vigilant and protect them.
8. Why is the Declaration of Independence important?
- It says America is free from British control.
- It says all people are created equal.
- It identifies inherent rights.
- It identifies individual freedoms.
9. What founding document said the American colonies were free from Britain?
- Declaration of Independence
10. Name two important ideas from the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.
- Social contract
- Natural rights
- Limited government
Here’s that word “Social Contract” again. Social Justice Warriors like to use words like that.
Let’s look at the definition of the words constitution and social contract.
Constitution: the basic principles and laws of a nation, state, or social group that determine the powers and duties of the government and guarantee certain rights to the people in it.
Social Contract: an actual or hypothetical agreement among the members of an organized society or between a community and its ruler that defines and limits the rights and duties of each.
See the difference?
Tomorrow I will go over 11 through 30.
Day Zero represents the time between November 3rd, 2020, and the United States of America’s election results. Day One will begin on decision day.
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