The Biden Administration recently indicted that due to obstruction by the Republicans in the negotiations regarding the national debt, and raising the debt ceiling, the President was prepared to go around Congress by using the 14th Amendment to ensure the public debt was being honored by raising the debt ceiling. Is it true? Can the President of the United States invoke the 14th Amendment to ensure that the public debt is not questioned? Mr. Constitution Douglas V. Gibbs explains in this video.

Douglas V. Gibbs, Mr. Constitution

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2 thoughts on “14th Amendment and Public Debt

  1. Well, now I want to ask you about the US Census American community survey. It asks a lot of questions that have nothing to do with the need to apportion legislative representation. The Census bureau also holds out both a carrot of rewards for one's community in the form of federal aid and the stick of fines for not answering the questions. The Census Bureau tells those who have been chosen for this survey that if they don't answer the questions they are violating the law – specifically Title 13, US Code, Sections 141, 193 and 221 and that Title 18 imposes a penalty for not responding.
    The questions it asks are very intrusive. And there are a LOT of them. name, age, race sex, all sorts of stuff about your housing – number of rooms, number of bedrooms, do you own or use computers, how much money do you make, automobiles number and fuel, what kind of fuel for your house and etc ad nauseum.

    I think that the Constitution only authorizes asking how many people are living at an address and whether or not those people are citizens. I think that there would need to be a constitutional amendment in order for the government to compel me to answer any questions beyond those needed to determine how many Representatives and Senators should be coming from my state to serve in the US Congress.
    What say you?

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