The Declaration of Independence received the unanimous support of all of the delegates of the Second Continental Congress, they proclaimed that it was a self evident truth that men were endowed by his Creator with unalienable rights.

They believed that governments were instituted among men deriving their just power from the consent of the governed. The wanted live in a land where their life, liberty and property would be both respected and protected. They wanted a government that had limited power. They did not want a government that was big enough and strong enough to abuse their rights.

They considered themselves to be the employer and the government to be their servant. As the employer they had the power to fire their employees that failed to honor their oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.

for being, negligent or hire and fire employees that were either negligent or incompetent.

There are 535 members of Congress that have done a miserable job of honoring their oath and their term should be served in a penitentiary. Every two years we re-elect over 90% of the incumbents and replace the others we a new set of agents representing the interests of the Wall Street Bankers. If you vote for a Democrat or a Republican, you are voting to maintain status quo. All of the mainstream candidates have are already bought and paid for and if you think that voting for any of them will make a difference, you are sadly mistaken.

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“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”



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