e) In order to be allowed to vote in favor of a bill, the legislator must
first recite it verbatim and without error from memory. Each legislator
must be present for the entire duration of a vote on any bill and must
during that time be supporting entirely with his own bodily strength and
without mechanical contrivance or assistance of any kind full bound copies
of the US Code and the Code of Federal Regulations both printed on 12 pound
stock in 12 point Times Roman type. Exception--this is not required to vote
in favor of any bill which has no other effect than to repeal a section of
the US Code or Code of Federal Regulations.
f) They must perform personally all government-mandated tasks required of a
household in the United States and may not delegate any of these tasks to
any other person.
g) They must personally deal with all mail addressed to their residence or
domicile except that addressed to another named person resident at that
location, and may delegate this task to no other person.
Short, succinct, and would solve 90% of our problems. Would also add,
e) May not propose any law with a clause that requires any different
majority to alter, modify, amend, or repeal than was required to adopt said
There is never a situation where having more rounds is a disadvantage
So far, so good. I've come to admire what the Swiss have done...
z) No legislation enacted by Congress shall become law except by
subsequently obtaining an affirming majority of votes in a general
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