posted on May, 25 2010 @ 06:57 PM
at least tell us what part of the Constitution you are talking about.
I know there are a lot of controversies surrounding how the Constitution can be interpreted and that reasonable minds can differ. I have seen several
people say something is "unconstitutional" and have no basis for their assertions.
For example, read one poster say monopolies are unconstitutional. While there are federal anti-trust laws that limit the legality of monopolies,
monopolies are not always illegal let alone unconstitutional. For example, your local utility company has a legal monopoly on electricity in your
area. The Constitution actually explicitly endorses monopolies. For example, it grants Congress the authority to grant patent holders and copyright
holders limited monopolies over their works. (See Article I, Section 8- Congress has the power to give Authors and Inventors "the exclusive right to
their respective Writings and Discoveries").
Just because you find something offensive or unfair, it does not mean that thing is unconstitutional.