The Seventh Principle
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The Seventh Principle


The seventh principle is one of the foundations of our constitution Let’s talk the bill of rights religion, speech, assembly, press, and the right to protest, all in the first amendment. The right to bear arms is second fighting off quartering troops in the homes of our citizens fending off searches from the government with nothing but our weapons get ready to have your house blown the fifth amendment the right to a grand jury the prohibition of a double trial forceful self-incrimination the protection from deprivation of life, liberty, property the government seizes not one’s property after incrimination take a look it’s all written in our constitution. The sixth amendment is the right to a trial Get rid of time in a disciplinary institution have the right to trial for the world to witness the right to a fair judge and a jury the right to a lawyer to defend you, surely Death penalty? What death penalty? Be grateful to number 8 or your life might be at stake No one deserves what is inhumane do what you please, don’t see what you wanna see? What you seek is only written in invisible ink Now, feel free to write 9 down, won’t you please? time for the 10th Amendment Powers not given to the Federal government by the states are reserved to the people we call citizens to make sure the federal government won’t become too prominent (hehe oops) The 7th principle of the constitution maintains our recreation of the people and the people’s satisfaction INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS

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