An Inclusive Coalition
Women and LGBTs want equal rights and pay. Parents want pre-school help, and K-12 schools to develop children’s gifts into profitable skills. Un(der)employed adults want similar free after school classes to merit the new $20 minimum wage. Fiscal conservatives want accountable, deficit free government and a single 5% tax. Blacks want a fair policing and court system. Environmentalists, fishermen, etc want clean energy, farming, fishing and forestry practices. Celebrities want an end to the paparazzi. And gun owners would agree to background checks.
This coalition of voters is powerful enough to dictate the outcome of any election but until now have never had any inclusive legislation to team up behind. Add the considerable resources of the many nonprofits dedicated to these very issues, and the massive firepower of celebrities, and focus them all on a single common goal, ratification, and you’ve got an unbeatable political juggernaut that will easily compel candidates to ratify The Valentine Constitution or not be (re)elected. Supporters need only talk it up or use the app or the site to share their issue/provision with others. People just need to poll “for ratification” to finally get politicians to give them the provision they’ve wanted for decades. This bandwagon has room for everyone.
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Valentine put all our issues into one piece of national legislation.
90% of Americans can get what we want most by compromising on issues we care less about.
We can now combine our power behind a single common goal and finally get what we’ve wanted for decades.
The amendments clause of our current constitution allows us to dictate solutions to our politicians and force them to vote on it.
Valentine spent 50,000 hours over 45 years adding solutions to all the modern problems our old Constitution fails to cover while keeping 90%, our foundations and rights intact.