posted on May, 30 2004 @ 10:11 PM
I love this guy, I knew he was a straight-shooter (no pun intended) from the day I met him at his Constitution Class.
"11. What would you do on your first day in office?
a) Declare that all four national emergencies are immediately terminated, as well as the presumption of Emergency War Powers. Senate Report 93-549
has found that the "national emergencies" announced by FDR in 1933 because of the Great Depression, by Truman because of the Korean War, and two
initiated by Nixon because of the Vietnam War, are still in effect today. (Skeptical readers can search the internet for this report and read it for
b) Declare that all 20,000+ gun control laws in the United States are unconstitutional and unenforceable. I would also issue a valid executive
order to the BATF and other pseudo police agencies informing them that any agent who confiscates a weapon of any kind, from someone who is not
currently engaged in a murder or robbery, will not only be terminated from their position, but they will also be prosecuted for violating the
unalienable rights of the citizens they have sworn to protect.
c) Issue another valid executive order to my subordinates executives working for the IRS. That order would instruct them to come to work, make a
pot of coffee, and begin working on their resumes' pending a federal grand jury investigation as to the legitimacy of the Sixteenth Amendment and the
Internal Revenue Code. High ranking officials from that department would be closely monitored as flight risks, pending indictments for fraud in the
event that evidence proves that they knew that no statute exists that requires Americans to fill out a 1040 form and relinquish a significant
percentage of their hard earned money to an unconstitutional government that refuses to operate within a budget.
d) Declare the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 to be unconstitutional, and prohibit that organization from printing even one more dollar of fiat
currency. I would immediate appoint Bernard Von Nothaus, Monetary Architect for the Liberty Dollar, to be my Secretary of the Treasury, placing the
stability of our economy in his capable hands.
e) I would announce a special one-week session of Congress where all 535 members would be required to sit through a special version of my
Constitution class. Once I was convinced that every member of Congress understood my interpretation of their very limited powers, I would insist that
they restate their oath of office while being videotaped. Those videos could then be used as future evidence should they ever vote to violate the
rights of Americans again.
f) I would take a short break for lunch. "
That's just the morning folks!
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