June 20, 2005

Most Americans Want to See Constitution Replaced by Ten Commandments

via Swift Report ( satire ) Following the lead of France and the Netherlands, American voters are widely expected to reject the US Constitution when they go to the polls later this summer. While the Constitution was once held in great acclaim by voters, its popularity has slid in recent years as it has lost market share to more muscular governing documents, including the Ten Commandments and the Patriot Act.

Most voters say Bill of Rights is 'out-of-touch'

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