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Parental Rights are the rights that every American who has children has, which aren't currently in the Constitution, but soon will be.
Since the dark days of Terri Schiavo, parents everywhere have been under threat. Now, thanks to Republican lawmakers Pete Hoekstra and Jim DeMint, fertile Americans everywhere will be protected from the communistasization of the American family.
Enemies Of American Familial SovereigntyEdit
The Threat From The UNEdit
The Threat From Hillary ClintonEdit
The Threat From Teh GheysEdit
Socialism & Communism Is Probably Involved, TooEdit
How Americans Can Recognize The Importance Of ParentsEdit
|Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother, but mostly your father.|
|~ The Holy Bible, Fifth Commandment, God's true and Holy Word|
|Spare not the rod, for the Lord thy God gave you this Earth and dominion over all its creatures including your crotch-fruit. And lo, do not make Him come down and give you a reason to cry.|
|~ The Holy Bible, Yeah, So He Spake To Thou Once Before 1:2|
|The Lord created the Heavens and the Earth in six days. He created light and water and America's Planet! And He gave unto Adam and Eve all His creations. Lo, he did not create Adam and Steve. Nor did He give them anything--not water or light or the right to sully the institution of marriage! Amen.|
|~ The Holy Bible, God's Loving & Tolerant Word|
Text Of The Proposed BillEdit
The American Constitutional Recognition of the Rights Of Parents
We, the parents of the next generation of American soldiers, in order to form a more perfect nation, establish Christian Biblical Law, insure domestic authority, provide for military dominance, promote unfettered free markets and bless the security from terrorism for ourselves, do ordain and establish this one-time, reasonable, loophole-free amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.
Suggested Punishment For Breaking The LawEdit
- Lawmakers insist that this law should be retro-active.