Politicians don't sign the Constitution of the United States which means their oath doesn't bind themSubmitted by mjs777 on Sun, 02/24/2013 - 13:15
Anyone out there who can legitimately refute this I would like to hear from you.
"This Constitution for the United States of America" which represents the document dated September 17, 1787 is the governing document everyone attributes government power in this Country the "United States" but why doesn't any politician sign their name to this document? Article IV states these individuals are to be bound to this document yet no one signs this document to support or uphold its meaning.
May I submit to you that by not signing this document no one politician legislator executive or any elected in the supposed employee related government is bound by "this Constitution for the United States of America" No one ever has since George Washington set the precedent on April 30 1789.
Since no one signs their name to this document my legal claim/complaint is FRAUD by the Statute of Frauds of 1677 which has been adopted in the United States keep in mind every single court case is based on someone's signature in this country every business deal is based on someone's signature in this country.
I am not interested in pure rhetoric but if you have somting to say worthwhile to dipute this please have at it, thanks.