by Anniel 12/28/16
Why Do We Tolerate Known Criminals in Government? • To my friends and fellow Patriots: I actually wrote this proposal many years ago, but did not feel the time was right for making it public. I believed that no one would see it or pay attention, in fact, I knew they would not. The method of changing things that I set forth has never been tried that I know about. In fact, other than Mark Twain complaining to Congress about loss of his writing copyrights and the Mormons and the Little Sisters of the Poor wishing their persecution grievances to be addressed, I had never heard about “Redress of Grievances” being used at all in this manner.
Instead of simply complaining about our political and cultural problems I think the nation has now changed enough that “We the People” may have a chance of getting some of our freedoms back. The one thing I hear consistently from all sides of the political divide is anger that our “masters” in D. C. excuse themselves from the laws they have made, and many of them criminally enrich themselves by having done so. They even defend their right to use “insider trading” information, for which you and I would go to jail. They are also excused from the so-called “affordable Care Act.” All sides of the political aisle should be approached on this.
In order for what I write here to be feasible, everyone must be fully committed to the idea and ready to expend the energy and time working at their State and local level demanding that the proposed Constitutional mandate be passed to insure a return to Federalism and local control. But first the new President must be willing to use the bully pulpit and Congress to put this idea out to the States. That means all of us, Donald J. Trump, you and I, have a duty to be good stewards and shepherds for preservation of freedom and liberty.
Look this over carefully and decide if you wish to participate as soon as the Inauguration has taken place. Feel free to make as many copies of the Petition as you choose. Take them to Tea Party meetings and local political and school board meetings, mail them to your family and friends. Stump your neighborhoods with them. Offer to mass mail them snail mail if you must to: Office of the President,1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. 20500. If you know how to craft on-line e-mail signature copies directly to D.C., absolutely do so. Put copies for friends on Social Media. Use all blogs and postings you can.
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CITIZENS’ PETITION FOR REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES
The Honorable Donald J. Trump, President, United States of America, Washington, D.C.@whitehouse.gov
The Honorable Mike Pence, Vice-President and President pro tempore of the Senate, United States of America, Washington, D. C.@whitehouse.gov
Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives, United States of America, Washington, D.C.@house.gov
Since ALL citizens of the United States of America are equal before the law; and
Since citizen executives, judges and legislators serve at the behest of their fellow citizens, and are under oath to well and faithfully perform their duties to uphold and protect the Constitution of the United States of America in order to secure the liberties of ALL citizens; and
Since many national legislators are oath breakers and have been dishonest and unfaithful in the performance of their mandated duties by excusing themselves from provisions of the laws they have passed, it has become imperative that all members of the government begin to restore confidence by becoming accountable before the law.
Therefore, it is proposed by the protected right of citizens, to seek REDRESS OF
GRIEVANCES under the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
Formal redress is now requested by the undersigned citizen(s). Such redress requests that under Article V, the following Constitutional Amendment be presented by the Congress for consideration and ratification in the legislatures of the Fifty Sovereign States of the Union, and in applicable Territories thereof:
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. XXVIII TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
No law, tax, levy, fine, statute, plan or any regulation arising therefrom, shall be enacted by the Congress of the United States from which any person, whether elected, appointed or employed, in any branch of the government, Executive, Congressional or Judicial, is excused; All citizens, public and private, shall be equally affected by and subject to all such laws, taxes, levies, fines, statutes, plans and regulations.
(Signature(s) and Date):
I certify that I am over the age of 18 and a Citizen of the United States of America • (978 views)