I am an American.  I am a disabled Vietnam veteran.  I mention that for a couple of reasons.  Being a veteran has deeply magnified my appreciation to live in the greatest country in the world.  As a veteran I did take an oath to serve and protect the Constitution of the greatest country in the world and as such, I find it unacceptable to expect anything less from any elected representative that also takes an oath to serve and protect the Constitution.

In the beginning almighty God created the heavens and the earth.  After a break he created the People.  The People eventually created the 13 original colonies that became States.  The States then created the Federal government and gave it specific enumerated powers to serve the People and protect their freedom.

You may ask, where does our freedom come from?  Well if you were Thomas Jefferson you would answer…”Our freedom comes from our humanity.  In that we are created in the image and likeness of God, who is perfectly free, so then are we to be perfectly free.”

How many of you out there are feeling that the people we elect take an oath and then take it upon themselves to become our masters rather than serve us!.  Dictating to us what we can do, what we can not do.  Dictating controls of our monies.  Dictating the type of Education we get or don’t get.  Dictating whether we can have a firearm.   Dictating how much of our income we are required to pay them and on and on

Don’t you owe it to yourself, to your children and their children to put forth an effort to stop or at least slow this madness down?  Contact those candidates that are offering to serve you.  Ask them some questions like…Do you support State sovereignty or State’s rights?  Will you support the Nullification of unconstitutional laws, past, present and future?   Anything other than a YES to these questions should be cause for a red flag!  This corrupt mess will only change when We the People change it!

Do you prefer a candidate for service or one as a master?

cross-posted from the Minnesota Tenth Amendment Center

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