The original Constitution included a couple of things that should have been left out…but today, I have in mind a provision that should have been put in:
Three Christian organizations will host a prayer vigil on the west steps of the California state Capitol in Sacramento on Monday as a member of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is honored inside by elected officials.
The California Family Council (CFC), the American Council, and the California Catholic Conference are hosting the vigil in response to Sen. Scott Wiener’s (D-San Francisco) decision to recognize “Sister Roma,” a member of the drag performers accused of mocking Christianity and Catholicism, on the Senate floor.
“It’s disheartening to see the California Legislature honor a group characterized by its mockery of Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular,” CFC President Jonathan Keller remarked in a press release. “By promoting the profane ‘Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,’ these elected leaders are endorsing mockery, hatred, and blasphemy. This ceremony is deeply offensive towards millions of Californians across the Golden State.”
It was meant to offend Christians, especially Catholics. Didn’t Maximum Leader Newsom declare California a “sanctuary state” for abortions? Didn’t he invite the whole Third World to take up residence in California at citizen taxpayers’ expense? Didn’t he forbid state and local law enforcement to report illegal aliens to the federal authorities? Once you’ve taken stands like that, your intentions are beyond any possible concealment.
But what was the missing Constitutional provision, you ask? I’ll phrase it as an Amendment:
The Senate of the United States shall have the sole power to expel from the Union any state which, by a two-thirds concurrence of the whole body of Senators, is found to have become irredeemably evil, or to have gone barking mad, or both.
Don’t you think that would make a fine addition to our Supreme Law, Gentle Reader?