Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Incorrect representation of American Citizens in the House of Representatives

This is my biggest argument about our government. We are not represented correctly according to the Constitution.

http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/constitution.articlei.html


"The number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty thousand, but each state shall have at least one Representative; "

Congress cannot change representation without an Article V amendment.

We should have ~11000 members in the house.

Our current government is defined by 2U.S.C. 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d. Not Article 1, Section 2, paragraph 3. 2U.S.C 2a,2b,2c,2d are unconstitutional since they change the rules of representation without an amendment. WHY??? Because of the size of the building. That is the only possible reason.

Here it comes, wait for it, 'Your nuts!'

We have the tools to do this. We have a beautiful internet. The System for the House of Representatives would require transparency, security, forums, prediction, evaluation and other computing systems. Each representative would require 2 offices. One in DC and one in the district. Many people would be required at each office.

This is how you create many high tech jobs. This correction would create about 1 million jobs to maintain the system. It will require several million support and development jobs. This would be enough to fix the economy. It would require 10s of millions new computers. This new network would be distributed across the country and should be built and protected by the NSA.

'Thirty' was the last word written in the Constitution by President Washington. We deserve the chance to solve this problem. We deserve a House that is citizen centric.
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Other work I do:
Aaron's House System - A description of the purpose and requirements of the House of Representatives

Aaron's Reality - The Standard Vibration Model of physics
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