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|Posted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 1:14 pm Post subject: Does (company name) have any policies that are in direct...
|You may have heard that it is more difficult to use the United States Constitution on a job at a privately owned company than on a job at an agency (government). One question that can produce focus on any job where you are attempting to use the United States Constitution to keep from being harmed is mentioned in the suggestion below. You may run into situations where people are saying there are already policies and procedures in place to deal with whatever is happening.
Whenever you are told on the job, when attempting to use the United States Constitution to keep from being harmed, there are already policies and procedures in place to deal with whatever is happening or this is not a legal issue or any number of other statements to keep you from being focused and using words you can always ask the following question:
Does (company name) have any policies that are in direct conflict with the 5th and 14th Amendments of the United States Constitution??
The Expected Result is that no one will admit to having any policies that are in direct conflict with the United States Constitution if the job you have is considered \"legal\". This means that the person talking about \"company policies\" and you talking about the United States Constitution...both of you are talking about the same thing. This means you can continue to talk and use the United states Constitution. You don't even have to break it down to them like this because white people will follow THE LOGIC if you put it out in front of them and they feel it may be necessary to do so.
Using The U.S. Constitution as a Tool
What is the reason YOU were born into a SYSTEM of INJUSTICE if not to replace it with a SYSTEM of JUSTICE?