What I stand for.

Half my family lives in Brazil. Some of them are forever trying to get me to move there. They know I’m not exactly thrilled with the way this country is run, I’m not sure why they think I would like Brazil any better. corruption in country’s like Brazil is even worse than here. Not only that but these people have no individual rights. For example, Private citizens cannot own firearms. People in Brazil might say “why would we need guns?”, they would mock the very idea but think nothing of their police officers carrying a second unregistered pistol. These pistols are carried for the express purpose of avoiding paperwork in hairy situations. What hypocrisy, I could never live under such a system.

So what system do I promote? What should government look like? Personally I look to the Bill of Rights, Constitution and Declaration of Independence. When reading these documents I see how our founding fathers viewed government. They felt that Government would always drift towards corruption and tyranny. For this reason they placed checks and balances. They laid out a constitution that held individual rights above the rights of the collective. The founders told us that the purpose of government was to protect our god given rights.

Our system is magnificent in this country and that is why I would never leave. The problem is that it has been perverted. Our politicians don’t know anything about what this governments proper role is. Our president views the constitution as a ‘ list of negative rights, saying what the government cannot do. Rather than what it must do on our behalf.’ Our politicians are VERY confused.

The General Welfare clause for example. This is the most misunderstood and misapplied body of words in US law. When our founders wrote that the government should ‘promote or provide for the general welfare of the United States of America.’ They did NOT intend for this to mean that the government should or could do anything that was generally good for the collective. What they ment was that government should have the power to levy taxes or pass laws that would promote or provide for the needs of the union itself as an institution. Our leaders, and the supreme court now expect us to believe that these words empowered government to take private property from one person and give it to another. A complete perversion.

Why would they lay out specific enumerated powers and then say ‘anything that’s in the common good is cool too’. Talk about wishy washy. That would make no sense at all. As Mr. Obama clearly understands even if he does not agree, our constitution gives the federal government specific powers with which to protect our god given individual rights. The 10th amendment also states quite clearly that all powers not given are reserved for the states or the people. There is NOTHING in the constitution that empowers the federal government to redistribute wealth, create a ponzi scheme retirement racket, or health insurance racket. There is nothing that empowers the federal government to police the people with the FBI, DEA or ATF. In fact 90% of what our modern federal government does is extra constitutional. Meanwhile what it SHOULD be doing it refuses to do. Control the boarders, Control currency, protect our human rights.

The system I promote is one that is true to the Bill of Rights and Constitution. It’s really that simple. We must wake people up to the reality that our government has perverted our founding documents and become a corporate institution that truly views the people as slaves. The infowar is about a restoration of our founding principles. A return to the rule of law. Abandoning the imperialist model and handing the government back to the people.

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