Comment: Congress is consenting to my rules

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Congress is consenting to my rules

It doesn't matter if Congress doesn't violate the Constitution. They could be following the Constitution to the letter. I didn't sign the Constitution. I made no agreement.

You claim that consent is implied when other people (such as my parents) do (or don't do) certain things and you cite case law. I will now apply your principle.

I am claiming that Congress is consenting to giving me $1,000 everytime they pass a new law. And since they did not dispute the validity of my rule, they are consenting.

This law is written in the Limelemon Rules of Civil Procedure. Ignorance of my laws is no excuse.