How are we going to fix this economy the right way, if we still follow the dumb constitution?

See this is a way to bring back the production powerhouse. Any corporation at doesn't produce here for hire American jobs gets taxed 500%. Any corporation that does produce here and uses American resources gets a tax break. Any incoming shipments of products made by non-American companies gets taxed. Stop raising taxes on the middle and upper class. Raise it on lockheed Martin.

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NOT following the Constitution is what got us here... More
Answered By: thepewterguy - 7/31/2012
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.... And what does the Constitution have to with the problems you brought up?
Answered By: Le Consellier - 7/31/2012
We don't follow the constitution. It is not stupid. EDIT: Yeah, he makes a point.
Answered By: Derek - 7/31/2012
The "dumb constitution" have you ever read it? Ever heard of the BILL OF RIGHTS, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution? Your president is ERASING these as you type this...
Answered By: Agent 99 - 7/31/2012
You're arguing that a tariff is unconstitutional?
Answered By: CAustin - 7/31/2012
The constitution doesn't dictate tax rates. It's corrupt politicians. Know your history. Read your constitution
Answered By: Mr - 7/31/2012
Sure, because Smoot-Hawley worked so well the last time we tried it. Hoover couldn't tell the difference between his check book and the global economy apparently... More
Answered By: Pragmatism Please - 7/31/2012
what your talking about is the IRS.. The IRS has nothing to do with the constitution and some people even feel the IRS is not legal under the constitution. There are alot of things that are accepted as legal that are not constitutional...
Answered By: Richard England - 7/31/2012
Tariffs aren't unconstitutional. I'm sure we have about a million treaties that govern them, but not the Constitution directly.
Answered By: Yahoo made me change my name - 7/31/2012
I cannot understand your thought process here, what does the Constitution have to do with fixing the economy? The right to tax as you heard from our illustrious Supreme Court is a function of our congress, so they already have the ability to do what you are speaking of. Just remember it when you are crying about your... More
Answered By: D.E.M. - 7/31/2012
The constitution is a living document. Just as the founding fathers intended.
Answered By: MTR 2.0 - 7/31/2012
The was an act during Hoover's administration, that did nearly all of what you say. IT DEEPENED the Depression... More
Answered By: Don't Fear The Reaper - 7/31/2012
You are not qualified to ask questions about the constitution until you READ THE d**n THING.
Answered By: Pat - 7/31/2012
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