posted on Jan, 21 2013 @ 03:37 AM
After spending the past few hours digging into the Supreme Court cases, USC and IRS codes, it has become quite clear that the use of 'United States'
and not adding America is correct. Obama is the president of the United States and not the president of the United States of America of which
there are two. They are in fact two separate entities as stated before. The United States of America can sue and be sued but the United States can not
except by act of law passed by congress.
28 U.S.C. 3002 clearly states what the United States is. However, The IRS code gives three different definitions depending on how they wish to use it.
THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA Inc. and THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA Corp. are both Delaware corporations and thus separate.
The United States can refer to just the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, any possession of the United States [Guam, American
Samoa, and the Virgin Islands], the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands or to include the 50
states as set forth by the Supreme Court, USC and IRS codes.
Even Congresswoman Barbara B. Kennelly, from Connecticut, on January 24, 1996, had to request the definition of the meaning of "State" as there were
several different meanings depending upon how it was used in the USC and IRS codes.
In the final analysis the term 'United States' will mean whatever they determine it to mean at the time and to whom or what it may apply.