Every argument that I have heard and/or read concerning the Constitution of the United States never includes the most important aspect of the Document. “They should stick to the letter of the Constitution!” seems to be heard the loudest. Unfortunately, it was this argument that has given us multitudes of Supreme Court and Circuit Court opinions on “the letter of the Constitution.” Another argument in the majority calls on the Federalist papers and the recorded arguments of the Founders before and after the First Constitutional Convention in an attempt to establish the Founders’ vision. These arguments may be plausible, but haven’t had the strength to change the convictions of these same judges. Something is wrong, and if the Republicans, Conservatives and Libertarians don’t come to grips with the real issues, the Democrats are going to sweep the elections in 2014, if Obama has anything to do with it – and he will. So what is the main issue?
The states “cherished” their autonomous and sovereign rights which were the spoils of war they acquired when they defeated England. Furthermore, history tells us the states were not willing to “give up”, “transfer” or “trade” their sovereign rights to another state, foreign government, or domestic entity. The states alleged their sovereignty was a gift from Almighty God and was beyond price; a precious gift that was worthy of defending to the death. Therefore, when they agreed to “vest” some of their sovereign powers in a central government – they created a written Document, the Constitution of the United States, within which they enumerated specific and limited powers they would “trust” to a central government to act on behalf of the states. This federal government, upon receiving in hand certain and “precious rights” from the states, was endowed with a fiduciary duty, and responsible accountability to the states. This limited trust imposed upon the Federal government and its agents a lawful fiduciary responsibility and duty, to, above all things, uphold, support, protect, and defend this sacred trust. For those who may be unaware, a fiduciary is bound by common law to ALWAYS, take responsible actions, including the planning and adoption of practices and procedures, maintaining records, especially of financial accountability, and invest, with prudence and foresight, so as to ONLY BENEFIT THE TRUST, NOT THEMSELVES. The fiduciary, as stated in the Constitution, is entitled to COMPENSATION for their trustworthy efforts. The laws of fiduciary responsibility are very clear – the trustee is not permitted by law to use the trust for their own advantage. Every decision they make MUST benefit the one who entrusted them with their valuable assets.
This is the argument, the platform, that every Republican and Libertarian MUST BUILD ON and convince the people they understand the sacred trust that empowers the federal government, that they intend to restore all rights usurped by the federal government back to the states, and they must further convince the American people that they have sacred, unalienable rights, what they are, how they have been robbed of their valuable assets, and that when they swear to uphold, protect, and defend, their sacred trust, the Constitution of the United States, that they will be making an oath before God to fulfill their responsibilities. What will the fools do? They will make light of the people’s rights, try to convince them they have their best interests at heart, but the successful candidate will be able to SUBSTANTIATE the TRUTH.
Trying to demonize Obama or another Democrat will result in defeat! The message must be intelligent but simple considering the education of the majority has been deliberately diminished.
Please forward this to every Republican, Independent, Libertarian, Conservative etc who intends to run for office in 2014. When the people learn what their God-given rights are, how they were manipulated and cheated into surrendering those rights, THEY WILL WANT THEM BACK! And we have to fulfill our promise to return them.