The Radical U.S. Constitution
Posted by wordforit on January 31, 2008
Update: I am re-posting and adding a new link to this because it’s so important to draw attention to the essays exceprted below. Please click the link, read The Radical U.S. Constitution, then the link to Are States Sovereign in America? can also be found there in the upper right hand corner. Neither are long, boring essays and are truly informative and worthy to spread exponentially!
I am so disappointed that the general public has lost interest in the truth of our nation, doing what’s right and following a moral compass. It is my most sincere prayer that many who have, obviously, never known, or simply “forgotten”, will get on the right track and reconsider the principles on which we are founded and the rest will follow . . . time is of the essence.
Treat yourself. . . see both sites!
. . .Combine this with what many mayors across the country asked President Obama to do this past week and we cannot blame any citizen for believing we are one nation and states are merely a sub-category. Articulated during news appearances by Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa, the mayors traveling to Washington D.C. did so to encourage the Stimulus Bill’s quick passage and funds for cities are sent directly to the city without being filtered through the states. When mayors bypass governors while citizen watch without batting an eye who is to believe states are sovereign?
We’ve had this debate before when Federalist supporters (those actually wanting one nation) clashed ideologically with Anti-Federalists (those wanting recognition of states as sovereign nations). Would it surprise you to learn states, in the language of the day, were considered nations rather than a sub-category within a nation? In the Treaty of Paris King George III did not recognize one independent nation but 13 sovereign nations. According to Dr. Kevin Gutzman, “[b]ut sovereignty lay in the states. That was the first principle of American government.” (Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution, p. 16) When this was last debated the words of the 10th Amendment were crafted to protect the power and sovereignty in the states as the Anti-Federalist clearly understood the tyrannical nature of a single, federal level control. . .
. . . Turning the clock back 240 years we glimpse the beginnings of a movement, one started between enlightened gentlemen, in pubs and homes across the colonial world in North America. Frustration was mounting over the oppressive nature of the British Empire in its handling of affairs within the colony so far removed. Within a decade this murmur had become revolutionary as the independence had been declared and war raged in a battle of traitors struggling for their liberty and freedom. We should well remember the founders we honor with statues and praises for their daring revolt against King George III were traitors clearly committing an act of treason. It was a radical culmination to the growing frustration of rule without proper representation.
. . . All of this created quite a concern for me personally and I started really looking at this radical person who dare take these revolutionary stands on the issues. I discovered a traitor, one who would no doubt have been involved in those enlightened discussions some 240 years ago. There for me to see was a history of a lone voice in today’s U.S. House of Representatives time and again pointing to a radical document and attempting to sway our representatives to return to its guidance. By doing so he became known as Dr. No yet the more I researched the more I wondered if he should not be instead known as Dr. Know. [<<<Dr./Congressman Ron Paul is the referenced “Dr. No/Know” WfI]
We are a nation founded by traitors committing treason against an oppressive government. It is good to find a growing movement of people, whose duty it is to control the Federal Government (not the other way around) rallying toward a message of liberty and freedom; rallying toward the support of the radical U.S. Constitution. Orwell’s words should be considered every time we listen to the news or read the press for truly in times of universal deceit the truth really is revolutionary.
Please read entire essay at — Hear My Thunder
By Gary Wood
©October 3, 2007
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