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Since Virginia DID ratify in 1819 and published this fact in their law code, the original thirteenth amendment DID technically become the Thirteenth Amendment. Statements of federal officers cannot by itself nullify the Titles of Nobility Amendment and all votes taken by Esquires and Bar Attorneys in the past 189 years are null and void. Here is our opportunity for non-violent, legal response to the illegal, unconstitional, immoral bank bailout bill passed by our current crop of treasonous infiltrators. It's your choice to stand up or lie down.

From: Taking Back Your Power by Allen Aslan Heart

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I enjoyed your atticle and indeed some time ago, w... by Bryan Emmel on Saturday, Oct 18, 2008 at 3:13:20 AM
Hi Brian, Thanks for the kudos. This is an issu... by Allen Heart on Saturday, Oct 18, 2008 at 1:47:57 PM