I get a boner every time I read the Constitution. TFM.

    1. brahcision maker

      It is actually not that long. Maybe you should read it. Part of the greatness of our Constitution is that it effectively governs a huge nation of people even though it IS so short.

      11 years ago at 7:51 pm
    2. 71 Nova SS

      Listen here fuckface, clearly ‘We the Freople’ is just being American, and saying that that he loves America. Don’t be a douchebag.

      11 years ago at 7:56 pm
    3. Hazer in Blazer

      The American Constitution is actually the shortest, but the longest serving constitution of any major government in the world. God Bless America!

      11 years ago at 8:25 pm
    4. Brobert E. Lee

      Frateinstein – 4543 words in the original, unamended Constitution. 4543 words in the frattiest document of all time, second only to the 2nd Amendment.

      11 years ago at 10:41 pm
    5. natty and stones

      Who gives a damn if he has or hasn’t read the whole thing? You think way too hard about the comments on this website. His post is a TFM so read it and move on to the next one.

      11 years ago at 12:49 am
    6. Southern Proper Lady

      What Constitution are you reading? The US Constitution isn’t that long. I would sure hope that he’s read the Constitution if We the Freople is in law school.

      11 years ago at 4:23 am
    7. Fratwall Jackson

      Hey fratenstein, you do realize that the US Constitution is shorter than most of the state constitutions…Vermont being one of the shortest (because they are libs who hate governing rule) and Alabama being the longest, cause they Frat hard

      11 years ago at 10:34 am
    8. Chief Justice Broberts

      Frateinstein, are you serious? It’s one of the shortest constitutions in the world (it’s 25 pages in my Con Law textbook). Writing 25 pages worth of law and having it effectively govern the greatest nation in the history of the world for over 200 years (and counting). TFM.

      11 years ago at 6:37 pm
    1. GOP=American

      Why do you have to attempt to tear down the gentlemen? He is loving on America, as you should.

      11 years ago at 7:54 am
    1. LawDawg

      you dont read the constitution every day in law school. And if your con law I class gives you a boner, youre proly a piece of shit GDI gunner who sits in the front and answers every question the professor asks.

      11 years ago at 10:15 am
    2. Chief Justice Broberts

      We the Freople, I’m with you. I’m currently taking a break from writing my article for the Law Journal (obviously focusing on the problem with liberals expanding the constitution). There are two parts to my breaks: scotch and TFM. Stratstar, I don’t need a sandwich, but you wanna pour me another scotch?

      11 years ago at 6:30 pm
  1. Mike Brozier

    and no, libs, it is not a “living, breathing, document.” it’s fine the way it is.

    11 years ago at 11:43 pm
    1. AlphaMale

      so you get a boner over something that isn’t living or breathing? necrophilia?

      11 years ago at 6:39 am
    2. Dixiecrat

      Yeah, that’s definitely why they decided to not have amendments or anything like that.

      11 years ago at 11:42 am
    3. N*C

      Thank God I’m Fratty, the Bill of Rights was included in the original as the first 10 amendments. And I would be perfectly fine with just those, so yes it was fine the way it was.

      11 years ago at 1:57 pm
    4. Fratty Cake

      So you think amendments 13, 14, 15 and 19 were completely unnecessary, and the constitution would be fine without them? You’re kind of a creep, then.

      11 years ago at 2:45 pm
    5. pledge breaker

      @ Sen Broseph McCarthy – the 21st wouldn’t be needed without the 18th being made. so no, that doesn’t make the amendments cooler

      11 years ago at 3:17 pm
    6. 17" Fratbook Bro

      Those other amendments are bullshit anyway. What did they do?

      Bring us taxes, keep us from getting booze for a while thanks to progressives, and take political power away from those who deserve it rightfully by allowing women and minorities to vote.

      I’m fine with my 1-10.

      11 years ago at 8:11 pm
    7. Lonestar Fratstar

      Actually Fratty Cake, our country would be better off if the people allowed to vote by those amendments were still not allowed to vote.
      Supporting liberal voting blocks, NF.

      11 years ago at 5:13 am
  2. Brohemian Rhapsody

    You don’t read the Constitution in law school. Are you serious? You read case after case. You clearly are lying about being in law school. Lying=NF

    11 years ago at 12:08 am
    1. We the Freople

      True, you do read case after case. Pennoyer v. Neff (the traditional rule), International Shoe (the modern approach), hell I will even throw Shaffer in here. I could go on and on. All of these cases in Civil Procedure establish what personal jurisdiction is and how it is established by state statutes which must not breach due process. The United States Constitution has everything to do with this.

      11 years ago at 9:28 am
    2. Chief Justice Broberts

      Brohemian Rhapsody, you are obviously not in law school. The Con Law final at any school requires you to refer to different articles and amendments, far more than any case name, throughout your answers. Our first assignment was literally: “Read the Constitution.” You’re right, lying is NF. But you’re wrong about everything else. Trying to talk down to others about something with which you are obviously unfamiliar = NF.

      11 years ago at 4:14 pm