If I could have one political wish (besides for term limits), it would be that every single bill is a single item bill. No pork, no hidden extras.
Dragonfly You are a true Southern Lady for sure
But I was thinking it was in the Constitution or was it the CSA Constitution
Let me see.
Dang it was the CSA Constitution
20) Every law, or resolution having the force of law, shall relate to but one subject, and that shall be expressed in the title.
The Confederates add this little clause at the end of Section 9. This is quite an interesting addition, as it demands that all laws only relate to "one subject." This would prevent what we see today, where endless riders attached to bills can allow Congress to pass all sorts of extraordinarily complicated laws that regulate about 50 different topics at once. We Southerners got it right 149 years ago. Seems to me someone by now would have at least tryed to put it in the USA Constitution. Along with a line item veto......