Why the State Sovereignty and Secession Movements? The Feds Are Selling Us Into Servitude

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Washington
is selling servitude.

  • We watched
    as they destroyed the financial sector by forcing banks to give
    loans to people that could not afford them… then they stepped
    in to “save the day” by gaining direct control of our
    financial sector.
  • We watched
    as they destroyed a once powerful automotive industry through
    excessive regulation and labor union control… then they stepped
    in to “save the day” by gaining direct control of our
    automotive industry.
  • We listened
    as they verbally assaulted capitalism when government regulations
    were to blame.
  • We watched
    as they asked the American people to fund a $1 trillion dollar
    stimulus bill, they yelled emergency as they slipped cash from
    our children’s pockets to their political allies.
  • We watched,
    as they worked to destroy the rule of law by arbitrarily dictating
    revised terms to legal contracts and installing a Supreme Court
    justice that promotes social justice over rule-of-law.
  • We know,
    they intend to control our children, it’s written in the
    GIVE Act.
  • We know,
    they intend to control our resources, it’s written in the
    Cap and Trade Bill.
  • We know,
    they intend control of our very lives, it’s written in the
    Health Care Bill.
  • We know,
    they intend to control our votes, the 2010 census is now controlled
    by the white house and the ones registering voters are corrupt
  • We watch
    and wait as they install unaccountable czars for dictating not
    representing
  • We watch
    and wait as they increase “organizer” funding from millions
    to billions of our tax dollars. And we wonder how these groups
    will be used to steal our life, liberty and property from us.

The fifth sentence
of the Declaration of Independence states, “But when a long
train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object
evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is
their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and
to provide new Guards for their future security.”

Our product
of freedom is competing with an illegal product. The federal government
does not have the constitutional authority to sell servitude. It’s
that simple. The 10th amendment positions our competitor as an outlaw
and recent actions in Washington reaffirm this claim. This brings
us to our first point of strategic significance:

A movement
based on the 10th amendment is undeniably lawful and moral.

Washington
is selling servitude. On fundamental issues, we the people are no
longer represented by our national politicians. Our political leaders
do not respect the people. They do not bother to read bills that
steal away our money and freedom, but then they support these bills
aggressively. They set up final votes at midnight in hopes that
we do not notice the theft. They pit us against one another by highlighting
trivial, but polarizing issues. When the people scream for a solution
that doesn’t fit their personal quest for power they shelve
the debate instead of making changes that would benefit the people.
Despite this disrespect, many national leaders stay in office forever
and when real opportunities arise to fill seats with true freedom
oriented candidates, the establishment candidates step up, promote
and install new big government-types that are mirror images of themselves.
It is about personal power not representation. Washington is selling
servitude.

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August
6, 2009

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