As a Constitutional Scholar, you will probably not need this reminder, but I pass it on none-the-less. Remember the oath that you take, to "Protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."- To your predecessor, that meant no more than shred and flush a "goddamned piece of paper,"- which should have brought on an impeachment in istelf.
None of that happened. The war criminals are still in power, the military, the wars, and the war profiteers are still raping the nation. Hundreds of Billions of more dollars have been spent Thousands are still dying or being forced from their homes in Iraq and Afghanistan.
We the People expect you, of all people, to take your oath of office seriously. It would be nice if, in your first address to Congress and the Senate, you remind them of their oath, and insist that they take it seriously also.
With our Constitution and Bill of Rights back in the Halls of Government, there is nothing we, as a nation, cannot handle and survive.
Our police routinely beat and jail those who protest these policies. Posse Comitatus has been eliminated and NorthCom is poised to launch seasoned combat brigades against We the People who may protest this disintegration.
I just want to remind you, as an individual of We the People, to remember the Constitution you vow to protect and defend and make sure it is the rule and guide of our conduct as a nation instead of a quaint piece of history locked away in a restroom somewhere next to the shredder.
We wish you the best of luck in restoring our nation, but We the People will be watching all of you very closely to see that Government does not revert to "business as usual,"- with the lobbyists and special interests calling in their markers to keep the wars and the chaos going and the pork and money trough full.
Steve and Adrienne Osborn