There is no greater need in America today than the need to get the Federal government out of our lives. That is the opinion expressed by individuals across the political spectrum.
America's Constitution laid out a limited role for the Federal government. That role was clearly defined; nearly all of the functions for government staying either with the states or the people; instead of respecting the limited scope of the duties assigned Federal government has ignored every barrier intended to protect Americans from the assault of misapplied authority.
Those acting under orders from Congress, the President, or any other authority should take note; under the mandate of the Constitution you are guilty of treason. They shoot traitors. The question is not if, but when.
Just because those now abusing power are not now charged does not mean they can evade accountability. That accounting will, inevitably, come.
The precedents are how firmly loaded and locked. Americans are patient. During the period leading up to the Revolution there was a long period when the colonists asked for redress. Then they stopped asking, establishing a new theory of government from the idea wherein the sovereignty was directly in the people. That theory was immortalized in the Declaration of Independence.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, —“
The Constitution is merely the tool adopted to carry out that mission, covered in the subsequent paragraph.
“That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
The government of the Constitution is the plumbers helper the Founders chose. It of itself has no rights and can be changed at will. Despite the manipulations on the part of all branches of the hired help, Congress, Executive, and the Supreme Court, the mission statement remains the foundation on which the rights of individuals stand. America is not its government; America is the people who decide what they will use to organize their communities. Government is just that plumbers helper we use to keep the lines flowing smoothly.
Attempts on the part of those now in power to create the appearance of a continued mandate through stolen elections, lies, and fraud are all actionable offenses covered under Title XI. Those involved have no place to hide when accountability is exacted.
The logic of events now unfolding will take us to America's own Nuremberg Trials; those considering whether or not to cooperate with the treasonous agenda now in motion need to confront that reality.
Americans, right and left, are now moving towards a consensus on taking governance back to the most local level. Formerly big government leftists are reregistering Republican to support Ron Paul, the only presidential candidate whose record is consistent regarding the Constitution. Other campaigns, largely funded and promoted through corporate interests gauge only their popularity with the corporations in control.
Paul promises nothing but to get the Federal government out of the lives of Americans and Americans are listening and working to get him the Republican nomination.
The Paul campaign, divided into the formal, reporting Headquarters located in Arlington, Virginia and the fluid, volunteer driven, decentralized campaign that is redefining the tools provided by the Internet, represent a revolution themselves. The formal organization is largely ineffective, according to activists across the country. The power and weight of the Paul Campaign comes from the people, most of them focused on the issue of the Constitution.
Because of the media blackout and the lack of means for assessing the grassroots factors the real size of the campaign is mostly unreported and overlooked. Those involved, who see it on the ground estimate its size to be four times as large as indicated by conventional means of measuring effectiveness.
Therefore, the amount associated for the third quarter, in this week, should not be the $5,100,000.00 raised but $20,000,000.00. In that third quarter the money raised came from 127,000 individuals. That is monumental.