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  • Ratify the constitution for a great resolution!

    We need firm guidelines for this new country so we don’t fall apart, and the constitution possesses these guidelines we need.
    The constitution contains the rights of the people or the bill of rights unlike the articles of confederation. Benjamin Franklin, a very knowledgeable man supports the constitution, and he has a good head on his shoulders, so we should!

  • Ratify the constitution

    Don’t deny, ratify!
    Well, in my opinion I think the constitution should be ratified. I think that if you ratify the constitution we will have a stronger country or government! The constitution will also instate a national government under a system of checks and balances, which will prevent the branches of the national government from having too much power. The formation of a single federal government would grant many of the states its individual freedom, but also would help grant them the union that would make this country strong. The constitution should be ratified for the reasons above, and to solidify our country as one.
    Whether it is a small family owned business or a country, a written set of rules are the best means of insuring that the organization will be able to function. Without a constitution any organization can become chaotic and cease to function for the benefit of the participants in the organization. Organizations work best when there is clear set of expectations that has been proposed and ratified by its participants

  • Don't deny, ratify!

    Well, in my opinion I think the constitution should be ratified. I think that if you ratify the constitution we will have a stronger country or government! The constitution will also instate a national government under a system of checks and balances, which will prevent the branches of the national government from having too much power. The formation of a single federal government would grant many of the states its individual freedom, but also would help grant them the union that would make this country strong. The constitution should be ratified for the reasons above, and to solidify our country as one.

  • Yes, No Organization Can Function Without Rules

    Whether it is a small family owned business or a country, a written set of rules are the best means of insuring that the organization will be able to function. Without a constitution any organization can become chaotic and cease to function for the benefit of the participants in the organization. Organizations work best when there is clear set of expectations that has been proposed and ratified by its participants.

  • Yes the Constitution should be ratified

    The Constitution is one of the cornerstones of this country as it pertains to our rights as Americans. It needs to be protected at all costs. If that means ratifying it, then so be it. It is too important a document not to be protected. So yes I think the Constitution should be ratified.

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  • This is Long Long Overdue

    The Declaration of Independence said that a Constitution shall be adopted by the Constituent Assembly not later than the 1st October 1948. At the writing of this Argument (2016), although the elected, regular authorities of the State have been fully established (though in a Way that promotes Government Instability, there's no Constitution.

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  • An illegal coup!

    This Constitution is nothing more than attempt to subvert and illegally replace our government. The Articles of Confederation make provisions for amendment, why do these "Framers" not work within the agreed upon rules that all the States have agreed to? Because their plan is to wrest power from the people and place it in the hands of wealthy elites who will more easily wield power over the masses and enrich themselves. Replacing a government illegally is a Coup, whether done so by Rifle, or Article.

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  • For what reason?

    The constitution is basically the people taking their individual rights putting it into a pile and giving them to the government so they can control us. Without a bill of rights it should not be ratified, we just won our independence from and absolute power, just to go right back into the same situation?

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  • NO. No Ratification.

    It is a bad idea. The government already has a lot of power they don't need any more. How many secrets do you think they keep from us and you know how power corrupts. We do not need to ratify this and we would do well not to so no.

  • The government works fine even now

    Sure the constitution was formed over 200 years ago but you have to stop and ask does our country really work less now than it did back then? Sure it's more polished and upheld with more respect now than it was back then but the constitution still works in the style of government that is used today. Other countries think it's so good they are trying to adapt democracy into their system. ( Mexico for example ) In other words our government works fine with the constitution that we have and therefore doesn't need any changes.

  • NO! Government Corruption!

    The government is corrupt and ratifying the Constitution would just give them more and more power. They would just as easily arrest a man as they would a group of them with the Constitution. Why do we need to be controlled? There is no reason for the Constitution, end of story.

  • You have to understand, we are not one country. We are a union.

    The problem with people arguing for the "yes" is that they don't understand that facts of the matter. The constitution was written by Hamilton, Madison and jay. These men where social elite from the north who did not get their money from their revolutionary war bonds. And where not happy with the current government form. So they wrote the constitution to limit the power of ordinary folk, and put in " the government cannot default on any debts". Jefferson, Henry, and smith where mortified by this constitution and fought it on every front. In the end the two sides came to a grudging agreement, the constitution + the bill of rights would be OK. The bill was written by Henry as a demand to sort of balance this new governments power. As Madison wrote this into the constitution he wrote in his diary, "it makes me sick to the core to put such limitations on my new government". The constitution is designed to protect the power of minorities from the majority (minorities being rich elite).

  • People dont know the facts.

    The problem with people arguing for the "yes" is that they don't understand that facts of the matter. The constitution was written by Hamilton, Madison and jay. These men where social elite from the north who did not get their money from their revolutionary war bonds. And where not happy with the current government form. So they wrote the constitution to limit the power of ordinary folk, and put in " the government cannot default on any debts". Jefferson, Henry, and smith where mortified by this constitution and fought it on every front. In the end the two side came to a grudging agreement, the constitution + the bill of rights would be OK. The bill was written by Henry as a demand to sort of balance this new governments power. As Madison wrote this into the constitution he wrote in his diary, "it makes me sick to the core to put such limitations on my new government". The constitution is designed to protect the power of minorities from the majority (minorities being rich elite).


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