Lawmakers in the House of Representatives took an oath to defend the US Constitution; however, many do not understand the founding document or take its precepts seriously. Of the 3,764 bills studied, the most commonly cited authority was Article 1, Section 8, Clause 1, which establishes Congress’ power to tax and spend.
Perhaps, there should be a competency test on the U.S. Constitution for lawmakers before they can take the oath. If the members fail, they cannot represent their state. This way we may be able to avoid the worst of the worst. Needless to say, the ignorance is most likely shared in the Senate as well.
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How about just a common competency test before taking office…? 🙂