Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Our Guarantee

Did you know we have a guarantee of government? Look at this.
Article IV section 4 says...
"The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence."

See? It says Republican form of government. Not a democracy, not socialism, not Marxism. Republican. Read this for a comparison. As this document states (and it is a good read) in a republic your rights cannot be voted away. They are unalienable. In the democracy we are living under today we have our rights voted away all the time. The words republic and democracy are not interchangeable as many people think. In a democracy 51 people can tell 49 people that they just lost their rights. In a republic NO ONE can take a right from you. Do you think the Framers set it up this way for a reason? They just had a distant king and country telling them what to do even though the kings reasons were not the best for the new country. The settlers had basically no rights other than those granted them by that king. These intelligent men that gathered together to form a new Union, recognized that all men have rights and it is government that takes those rights away. So they set up our government to acknowledge our rights, not limit or regulate them. In a democracy your rights can/are/will be taken every time you blink.

Ron Paul has put forth a bill, HR 1207, that will require an audit of the Federal Reserve, which as we know is not federal at all. It is a private bank that illegally adjusts the interest rate and controls currency. There have been may representative sign on to this bill and a senator has started a complementary bill, S 604, in the Senate.

Dust off those compasses and brush up on your land navigation skills. the GPS satellite system will be out of commission by as early as 2010. Be sure to stock up on maps too. My goodness, what ever did we do do before GPS came around? That's right, we read a map and figured it out for ourselves.

For a change of pace, look at this X-File cutie.

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