The Tea Party was born of many moms and dads who saw their childrens’ futures being robbed by an administration who put no constraints on who they will tax, and what they will spend.
Parents gasp in exasperation as they watch a culture devoid of values consume the hearts, minds, and lives of their children. The President stands idly by as black so-called “leaders” incite violence based on race alone. He defends taxpayer funding of Sandra Fluke’s blatant, unrepentant sexual promiscuity. Parents have watched in horror as young habitué “Occupyers” have proven an old adage often attributed to Winston Churchill: “If you’re not a liberal at twenty, you have no heart. If you’re not a conservative at forty, you have no brain.”
Democrats are proud to pit black against white, gay against straight, man against woman, young against old. They do this so that they can gain power and votes via “victimized” populations who believe the lie that someone owes them something. As this administration creates manufactured crises one after another, it appears there is one demographic that might have turned the tables on them.
Lyda Loudon of National Tea Party Youth, said that she is working in coordination with Tea Party Students to pass the following Amendment draft to the United States Constitution:
We propose an Amendment to the Constitution of the United States that will force Congress to be fiscally responsible to its current citizens by outlawing Congress' abusive power to indebt future generations before they even have the right to vote on their unwilling accumulation of such debts, and inevitable taxation as a result. "No Taxation Without Representation" was the slogan of the American Revolution, the Right to Representation is explicitly acknowledged in the Declaration of Independence as a right, and the Preamble of the Constitution itself states that it is dedicated to "Ourselves and Our Posterity". The very definition of "posterity" is "all future generations". Involuntarily indebting children and disproportionately burdening future generations with what amounts to a "youth tax" is anti-American, ageist, and anti-youth. We therefore submit a first draft for such an Amendment, and humble ourselves before our peers and our parents and invite every American citizen to join us as we implore members of Congress who care about our country and our future to read, revise and ratify this Amendment for No Taxation Without Representation.
This Amendment would make it so that Congress cannot tax generations of children, born and unborn, who cannot even vote yet. They continue: