Essay about My Constitution

Submitted By jinakim
Words: 550
Pages: 3

The ID Agenda

If one is neglected, if one’s opinions are ignored, if one is not listened to and their ideas are not taken into account, if one is leaving, let them leave. He has the right to do so. It is his right to leave if he so chooses if he is not taken into consideration. It is the duty of the government to listen to and take into account the ideas and thoughts of every man.

The man has the right to fair treatment and the ability to represent his ideas. The government has the duty to allow the man to speak his ideas and be heard. The man has the right to speak his mind and opinion regarding ID’s. The government has the duty to listen to his complaints and reasoning regarding this topic.The man has the right to not wear his ID if he so chooses. The government has the duty to listen to his logic as to why he chooses not to.If the Government does not listen to the man and chooses to simply disregard him then it is the duty of the man and the people to remove the government and put in place a new government that shall take into account their reasons for choosing not to wear ID’s.

We as students have the right to tell the government the reasons me have for not wearing our ID’s. We as students have the right to tell them the ID’s are unsightly and they don’t match anything we own. We as students have the right to tell them that they are unnecessary, pointless, and unneeded. We as students have the right to tell them that there is no reason to make us wear ID’s because we would not come to school every day with big book bags every morning, very early in the morning, if we didn’t go to school here.

To unsuccessfully help the situation, students could boycott by not wearing their id’s. However then, students will have to have disciplinary action. Students could also sign a petition, however it could be rejected by the school council, resulting in wasted time.

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