Constitutional Amendments

I support the Liberty Amendment to require the federal government to sell all land and property which is not authorized by the Constitution, to end all unconstitutional activities and repeal the federal income, gift and death taxes in three years. See http://www.libertyamendment.com/. Congressman Ron Paul supports this amendment.

Here is the full text of the Liberty Amendment:
Section 1. The Government of the United States shall not engage in any business, professional, commercial, financial or industrial enterprise except as specified in the Constitution.
Section 2. The constitution or laws of any State, or the laws of the United States shall not be subject to the terms of any foreign or domestic agreement which would abrogate this amendment.
Section 3. The activities of the United States Government which violate the intent and purpose of this amendment shall, within a period of three years from the date of the ratification of this amendment, be liquidated and the properties and facilities affected shall be sold.
Section 4. Three years after the ratification of this amendment the sixteenth article of amendments to the Constitution of the United States shall stand repealed and thereafter Congress shall not levy taxes on personal incomes, estates, and/or gifts. Another very worthwhile proposal, the Twenty Eighth Amendment, states: Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the Senators and/or Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators and/or Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States.
I also support the following amendment:
“Neither Congress nor the states shall hinder, impede or otherwise limit commerce among the states.”
The Bricker Amendment, named after former Ohio Senator John Bricker, would end longstanding confusion and determine that treaties cannot supercede the Constitution. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bricker_Amendment and The Bricker Amendment by Justin Raimondo at http://www.antiwar.com…ys/bricker.html
I would support a Constitutional amendment to reduce the term of president to two years, federal senator to three years, federal representative to one year and Supreme Court justice to nine years, either by either by or by reconfirmation by the Senate. The House of Representatives should be increased to 600 representatives, with 200 elected proportionately by party. Thus if an alternate party got four percent of the total vote for Congressmen, it would have eight legislators in Congress, as long as the party system has special legal standing.
I favor repeal of the Seventeenth Amendment.  Direct election of senators destroyed the federal/state balance and severely weakened the ability of the states to oppose the fedgov.