| California initiative process?
||[Mar. 5th, 2009|10:17 pm]
How does one go about getting an initiative or Constitutional amendment on the ballot here in California?|
Since the California Supreme Court appears to have decided that Constitutional guarantees of rights may be amended, eliminated or made specific to one group of people by a simple majority vote, there are a few other changes I'd like to put before the voting public:
-"Only marriages between two persons with a shared initial letter of their given names are valid or recognized in California." Once the California Supreme Court rules, it will be established law that we the people of the state have the right to control access to any given legal right such as marriage in any way that 50% +1 of those of us who vote in any given election see fit.
-"Only religions which recognize the supremacy of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and profess to be touched by His Noodly Appendage are valid or recognized in California." This would make it clear that we respect religious freedom, but that we the people of California have exercised our sovereign right to define what we mean by "religion".
-"Only claims of property made by people between 5 feet 7 inches and 5 feet 11 inches in height are valid or recognized in California." After all, it's the inalienable right of the People to amend our Constitution to specify who may have access to any right guaranteed by the state government.
-"Anyone who voted for Prop 8, as well as all California Supreme Court 'justices' who voted to uphold it, shall from this day forward be referred to publicly and in all official and legal capacities exclusively as 'Douchey MacDouche of the clan MacDouche'."