The strange story of the "lost" constitutional amendment

Posted July 27th, 2010 by loungedaddy

It’s pretty interesting to see how the politicians in Washington today have no clue what they are voting on, thanks to bills that are hundreds and even thousands of pages long. But back in the 1800s, politicians managed to lose an entire constitutional amendment!


loungedaddy 5 years 5 weeks 3 days 23 hours ago

While we tend to make figures in history kinda cookie-cutter "bad" or "good," it's neat to see that even the most revered of the early American politicians tended to be disorganized, forgetful, clumsy, and irresponsible. Hey, they are human after-all! :)

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