Obviously, we the people have been sleeping and partying and watching sports and drinking fluoride and drinking collectivist kool aid for many, many generations. Now a portion of the population is beginning to rub its collective eyes in disbelief. As you peer out, through the haze of official propaganda provided by the corporate media, you will see the unaccountable and lawless federal government while it goes about its business as usual. But, if you know the Bill of Rights, you will realize that we the people are the bosses of the government, not the other way around. The only power that the government actually possesses is the power that it is granted by us. When we the people collectively stand up for our individual, God-given and constitutionally protected rights, we will awaken to a new day of freedom.
Here is my synopsized, but specific version of the Bill of Rights, followed by the Bill of Rights.
Amendment I The right of freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and of redress of grievances from the government.
Amendment III The right of consent or refusal to allow soldiers to be quartered in a citizen's home.
Amendment IV The right, with very specific rules for mandatory warrants before ANY search on a citizen or his property by the government.
Amendment VI The right, with very specific rules, for the citizen to know the nature and cause of accusation against and to be able to face an accuser, to obtain counsel and to a speedy trial by the government.
Amendment VII The right to a trial by a jury.
Amendment VIII The right to not be excessively fined, to not have an excessive bail set and to not be tortured by the government.
Amendment IX The rights listed here shall not be interpreted in such a manner as to infringe on other rights listed here.
Amendment X All powers and prohibited powers, not delegated to the United States in the Constitution are reserved for the states or to the people.
The Bill of Rights
Amendment 1 Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.