By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

It's Not A Bluff!

I received an email today from a group dubbed "Credo Action Network" that is quite irritating. To think that people like this are the "mainstream" ideology of the American majority is scary.

The piece begins with:

Well, I am not a Republican and I am not bluffing. Like millions of Americans who were fed up with the same old Washington politics, I voted for several Republicans and Independents who were promising to make reforms, cut spending, cut taxes, and de-fund the unconstitutional health care act, if they cannot outright repeal it.

Like most socialist groups, this one also calls the Republicans "extremists" and claim "they are willing (in fact eager) to put extremely popular and important programs like Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security on the chopping block."

Again calling for more taxes and more spending, the left seem to be totally out of touch with fiscal responsibility and the crisis we are in. I cannot remotely see where these folks are Americans. Every member of our armed forces, every elected representative, every law enforcement officer in the United States, all take an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States, from all enemies both foreign and domestic. So why are they not arresting and charging those who not only break the law, but attempt to ostracize those who want to maintain the Constitutional integrity that created this nation and made it the world's leader in freedom?

The most important Presidential election in the history of the United States of American lies ahead in November, 2012. As I listen to the many mainstream outlets, it becomes apparent that they are backing four more years of President Obama. Now while Fox News seems to be "fair and balanced" in what they tell you, and they do offer the opposing view ample levity to present their case, they do favor a more mainstream candidate, and simply ignore the obvious.

Rather than list all of the others and the reasons I do not support them, I'll just reiterate what I have been saying for years now. Ron Paul is the only logical choice, because he is the only one that has been both consistent and persistent in what issues need to be addressed to save America. And cutting spending is near the top of his list, but I think that repeal of the Federal Reserve Act and a return to asset-backed currency will not only increase the value of the U. S. dollar, but it will stabilize the currency as well. The control of inflation and deflation will be in the hands of Congress with the U. S. Treasury Department as the instrument that will implement the monetary system for the nation. That appears to be one of his top priorities.

The Constitution must be upheld by all Americans and those chosen to serve them. It is not only our right, but it is our duty as Americans to protect our land from all enemies, even those domestic that have usurped the Constitution and have reduced us to slaves to the state.

It also falls on the legislatures of the sovereign States to nullify any laws passed by Congress that is found to violate the Constitution of the United States. The Tenth Amendment clearly states that those powers not explicitly granted to the federal government were reserved to the States and to the People.

Wake up People! Push your States to implement the powers of nullification. And make history remember us as the generation that restored America by electing Ron Paul as the next President of the United States.

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