Article IX – Obligations

ARTICLE. IX.

OBLIGATIONS

 

Section. 1. All debts and treaties contracted under this Constitution or that which preceded it shall be valid against Our United States under this Constitution, unless the direct recipients of our favor have abrogated our foreign policy, the laws of common decency, or the right of all people to the equal station which the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God entitle them:

 

The Valentine Constitution puts the world on notice that the portions or entirety of any debts due countries or treaties or agreements which violate the foreign policy of The United States of America set forth herein, or the laws of common decency and equality, will be null and void, as, upon ratification of The Valentine Constitution, we will only do business with nations who support these basic rights. To do otherwise is to defy God and our conscience and the principles which gave our nation birth and legitimized these rights in the world. We will not withdraw support in our age of power from people reminiscent of ourselves struggling for freedom from the very oppressions which caused our revolt and declaration of independence from them. A free and good world is a stable and rich world.

 

Section. 2. This Constitution and the laws made to implement it will be the supreme law of the land:

Copied from The Madison Constitution, this provision declares the authority of The Valentine Constitution as binding to the nation, our public servants, and our States.

 

and any matter not satisfied by the provisions set forth herein shall be satisfied by the application of common sense, fairness and good conscience.

Any matter overlooked by the provisions of this constitution will be settled by applying the faculties or concepts of common sense, fairness and good conscience, something now often not applied and instead oddly circumvented by our justice system in pursuit of more pedantic and less conscientious arguments and conclusions, many of which exist to support monopolies and special interests practicing might makes right, rather than right makes right. The Valentine Constitution supports the historically popular distaste for an American aristocratic upper 0.1% by not only ‘speaking truth to power’ but by codifying the truth of that speech into the power of a constitution to be ratified by the 99.9% who have disenfranchised themselves by not adequately participating in their own democracy.

 

Section. 3. Our United States shall have the power to dispose of and make all needful rules and regulations respecting our territory or other property, and nothing in this Constitution shall be so construed as to prejudice any claims of Our United States, or of any particular State against the claims of foreign powers:

The Valentine Constitution declares that The United States of America is sovereign, and grants its government all necessary authority to invoke its sovereignty and laws wherever and however it sees fit, and to not have to defer to any foreign power or influence.

 

Section. 4. A two-thirds vote of the eligible voters in three-fourths of our States, or a two-thirds vote of both houses of the State Legislature in three-fourths of our States, or a two-thirds vote of both houses of Congress in addition to a majority vote of both houses of the State Legislature in three-fourths of our States, either of these three, the failure of neither of which shall preclude the validity of one which may succeed, shall be sufficient for the addition or nullification of any Amendment to our Constitution, or for the establishment of any new Constitution, or for the admission of any new State to OUR UNITED STATES of AMERICA:

The Valentine Constitution provides that either a two-thirds vote of the eligible voters in three-fourths of our States, or a two-thirds vote of The Federal Legislatures of three-fourths of our States will be sufficient for the addition or nullification of any new Amendment to our Constitution, or for the establishment of any new Constitution for, or for the admission of any new State to our nation.

 

Section. 5. The rights set forth herein shall not be abridged by any country, state, government, company, group or person.

PLEDGE

With a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence,

we mutually pledge our Lives, our Fortunes,

and our sacred Honor to each other

and to the passage of this Constitution

for Our United States of America.

 

SIGNATURES

james valentine

 


The Valentine Constitution


PREAMBLE

ARTICLE. I.
The RULES of REPRESENTATION

PART. I.CAMPAIGN FINANCING, LOBBYING and CORRUPTION
PART. II. VOTING
PART. III. ELECTIONS
PART. IV. TERMS of OFFICE
PART. V. VACANCIES and ORDER of SUCCESSION
PART. VI. QUALIFICATION, OATH and IMMUNITY

ARTICLE. II.
Our EXECUTIVE BRANCH

CHAPTER. I.
Our FEDERAL EXECUTIVE

PART. I. Our PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT
PART. II. The POWERS and RESPONSIBILITIES of Our PRESIDENT
PART. III. The POWERS and RESPONSIBILITIES of Our VICE PRESIDENT

CHAPTER. II.
Our STATE EXECUTIVE

PART. I. Our GOVERNOR and LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
PART. II. The POWERS and RESPONSIBILITIES of Our GOVERNORS
PART. III. The POWERS and RESPONSIBILITIES of Our LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS

ARTICLE. III.
Our LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

CHAPTER. I.
Our FEDERAL LEGISLATURES

PART. I. Our BICAMERAL FEDERAL LEGISLATURE
PART. II. Our SENATORS
PART. III. Our REPRESENTATIVES
PART. IV. The POWERS and RESPONSIBILITIES of Our FEDERAL LEGISLATURE

CHAPTER. II.
Our STATE LEGISTATURES

PART. I. Our BICAMERAL STATE LEGISLATURES
PART. II. Our LEGISLATORS
PART. III. Our COUNCILORS
PART. IV. The POWERS and RESPONSIBILITIES of Our STATE LEGISLATURES

CHAPTER. III.
The PROCEEDINGS of Our LEGISLATURES

PART. I. ASSEMBLY
PART. II. BILLS
PART. III. The VETO

ARTICLE. IV.
The DIVISION of POWERS

PART. I. GOVERNANCE
PART. II. FEDERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
PART. III. STATE RESPONSIBLILITIES
PART. IV. Our DEPARTMENTS

ARTICLE. V.
Our JUDICIAL Branch

PART. I. The JUDICIAL BUDGET and COMPENSATION
PART. II. Our JUSTICES
PART. III. STANDING and JURISDICTION
PART. IV. Our COURTS
PART. V. The PROCEEDINGS of Our JUDICIARY

ARTICLE. VI.
Our US ECONOMY

PART. I. A SINGLE BANK
PART. II. A SINGLE TAX
PART. III. Our BUDGET
PART. IV. JOBS, COMPENSATION, MONOPOLIES and DERIVATIVES
PART. V.A FAIR INTERNET MARKETPLACE
PART. VI.STANDARDS

ARTICLE. VII.
Our RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES

PART. I. The RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES of Our CITIZENS
PART. II. Our PUBLIC SCHOOLS shall be FULFILLING
PART. III. Our WATER and FOOD SUPPLY shall be PROTECTED

ARTICLE. VIII.
Our FOREIGN AFFAIRS

PART. I. Our FOREIGN POLICY
PART. II. Our ARMED FORCES

ARTICLE. IX.
OBLIGATIONS


PLEDGE

With a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence,

we mutually pledge our Lives, our Fortunes,

and our sacred Honor to each other

and to the passage of this Constitution

for Our United States of America.

SIGNATURES

james valentine