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28th Amendment: should a two-thirds majority of Congress only be allowed to appropriate money, except if the President asks for or grants the estimates?

Asked by: augcaesarustus
28th Amendment: should a two-thirds majority of Congress only be allowed to appropriate money, except if the President asks for or grants the estimates?
  • Absolutely, it's important

    Congress has too much power over budgeting and finance. This amendment would restrict Congress' power to determine the 'estimates' for appropriations (and the appropriations themselves). By giving the President more control over budgeting, it creates more dominance for the executive branch, which would create more harmony between the two branches of Government.

    Gun-control would pass under the 28th Amendment. In fact, more of the President's initiatives would pass Congress.

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