Celebrities

Celebrities

PAMPHLET

ARTICLE. VII.

RIGHTS and FREEDOMS

PART. I. RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES

Section. 10. Every law abiding citizen will be entitled to privacy; unsolicited photographing, paparazzi, and the publishing of falsehoods will be prohibited unless important to our nation’s security or well being, and these prohibitions will supersede the rights to freedom of speech and freedom of the press in these instances:

Since privacy is necessary for liberty, and intimacy is necessary for happiness, and both are necessary for any life worth living, then any violation of privacy is a violation of these unalienable rights affirmed by Our Declaration of Independence, yet not guaranteed by our current Constitution. The justification for invasion of privacy holds only if it provides society with information important to society’s security or well being, like recording the commission of crime or corruption. Our current Constitution wrongly holds freedom of speech and of the press in higher esteem than the right to privacy in the case of the paparazzi and the tabloids. The Valentine Constitution instead prohibits the harassment of celebrities and public figures and their children by money grubbing paparazzi who are not practicing journalism, not keeping powerful forces in check, and not informing our Citizens of any facts significant to protecting our safety or our democracy; and instead often endangering the public safety, create a public nuisance, and traumatizing any children involved.

What anyone wears to the beach, how they grieve, and private moments with their children are not society’s business since there is no advantage to be gained from a society’s knowing or seeing these things, and great harm to be done to innocent children and bystanders by reckless paparazzi on behalf of greedy or hate mongering tabloids.

Under our current Constitution we lose economically by discouraging those aspiring to contribute to five of our primary exports from becoming movie, TV, music, sports or writing talent, by requiring they give up their right to privacy in order to do so. Likewise those aspiring to public office by invading their privacy in matters unrelated to their governmental position. If we continue to allow the paparazzi and the tabloids to invade the private lives of famous people, the quantity and quality of talent in entertainment, sports, publishing and government will diminish, and we will have fewer competitive exports and fewer quality leaders.

The Valentine Constitution further prohibits the dissemination of falsehood and rumor, and requires the company or private person circulating it to prove its veracity or its import to society regardless of intent. Our current Constitution protects these haters, bullies and liars! Our new Constitution will not.

All Citizens will likewise be protected from being face recognized, fingerprinted or recorded on camera or audio devices by anyone unless they’re endangering society. No one will have the right to exploit any law abiding Citizen’s likeness without their permission.

SPEAK POWER to POWER

Nonprofits, protests, parties, candidates, Presidents with 2 house majorities, none have solved our persistent problems. Instead, polarized sides concern themselves and us in the petty details of their competing investigations. Valentine puts the solutions we need into written legislation we can demand by reserving our votes for candidates who support ratification.

Women and LGBTs want equal rights and pay. Parents want schools that develop children’s gifts into profitable skills. Un(der)employed adults want similar free after school classes. Workers prefer a $20 minimum wage to welfare. Blacks want a fair policing and court system. Fiscal conservatives want accountable, deficit free government and a single 5% tax. Environmentalists, fishermen, etc want sustainable energy, farming, fishing and forestry practices. Celebrities want an end to the paparazzi; and gun owners would agree to background checks. Our current Constitution fails on these issues. This constitution includes them all, and our foundations and rights.

With inclusive legislation to team up behind, this coalition of left and right voters is powerful enough to dictate the outcome of any election. Add sports, music and movie celebrities, and nonprofits dedicated to these provisions, and this constitution will be easily ratified. Polling will force candidates to vote FOR RATIFICATION or not be (re)elected. Recommend ratification, in person, on social media, post a selfie or selfeo saying “Ratify The Valentine Constitution”, join one of our Facebook groups …

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