Presidential hopeful Herman Cain has a good idea, with bad execution.
Do you know where he messed up? Go inside the blog for the answer.
The phrase “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” is not found in the Constitution. It is found in the Declaration of Independence. So is the part about the right of the people to alter or abolish a government destructive of those rights, because, well, that's what the folks who voted on the declaration were in the midst of doing.
So Cain may want to do some rereading himself.