posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 05:30 AM
reply to post by Jean Paul Zodeaux
Very eloquent, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the letter. I hope Sen. Sanders takes a few looks at your words, & possibly diverts and/or replies
promptly. When I had read your initial post I got the feeling you were recycling political jargon to disparage our solidarity.
But you seem to have a very good point, and it would probably be wise to rather repeal the Congress' defining of natural persons as "persons",
which needs no defining to begin with. For one because they seek to lump natural persons into the same category as corporate persons, implying they
have the same rights. This also turns out for the worse, seeing as they have no restrictions on power or money influence in the political system.
Ironically they rarely face the same prosecution that us natural persons have to abide by, which adds to another point ---- the rule of law no longer
The power-elite don't adhere to their statutory definition as persons; in part, the judicial playing-field is completely distorted. & Even if
natural persons are removed from the statutory definition there needs to be a regulatory structure imposed & set up outside the circle of political
and financial elite gorging off each-other.
I'll read your letter tomorrow again. Keep us posted.