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They Lack Understanding & Not Educated in the Constitution

If she cannot answer her own question, it is because she does not have the education necessary to know the answer (or doesn't want to).

I suggested that she read these 5 easy to read documents so that she can understand;

Found in our "SUGGESTED READING" at;

What you will learn in these documents:


1.) The Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions 1798 (only 2 pages) by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson.

a.) The federal government can only prosecute 4 crimes and "NO OTHER CRIMES WHATSOEVER" - Thomas Jefferson Kentucky Resolutions #2;

b.) Nullification is the "RIGHTFUL REMEDY" of dealing with undelegated federal powers;

It is also the state and state Judiciary's DUTY to use against Undelegated powers outside the Original Compact.

c.) The federal government cannot "expound on the "GENERAL PHRASES" of the Constitution" to arrogate new powers.


2.) The Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788, where the founders define

a.) the Federal government can only collect taxes for National Defense and National Debt in consequence of the Welfare Clause;

b.) Cannot govern police outside the 10 miles square;

c.) That the ratification and amendment process is to make changes WITHIN the delegated powers of the ORIGINAL COMPACT;

NOT to arrogate ANY new powers, as it is PROHIBITED;

That means the states do "NOT" have the power to arrogate any new powers upon the federal government by using the "Ratifying", "Amendment" or ANY OTHER process;

The founders make it clear that the federal government cannot exceed the delegated powers they were being given in that ORIGINAL Constitutional Compact "Even by one step".

d.) The Common Law is a PREEXSISTING RIGHT IN THE PEOPLE, it exists, and is supreme, whether written in the Constitution or not.

e.) The federal government and it's "supremacy" is limited to the 10 miles square of Washington DC,

f.) CANNOT grant privileges,

g.) CANNOT exceed its territorial bounds

h.) CANNOT make ANY REGULATION that MAY effect the citizens of the UNION AT LARGE;


3.) The Absolute Rights of the Colonists 1772, by Samuel Adams, which outlines principles of free governments and Common Law Rights (1 simple page);

Samuel Adams summarizes John Locke's Treatise on Civil Government with the particular point that even your REPRESENTATIVE cannot make any law that would take any part of your property without your CONSENT;

i.e. No such thing as "condemnation" (Take to USE in the Constitution is a TEMPORARY USE, not Take to keep);

The States and local governments CANNOT use this "GENERAL PHRASE" and misinterpretation as a precedence in law to empower their own governments.


4.) John Locke on Civil Government 1689; Someone the Founders all read, Take a good look at the section entitled "Chapter 19: Of the Dissolution of Government";

Locke presents principle foundations of Common Law & Government; You will find words & paragraphs the Founders used word for word in the Rights of the Colonists, & principles Declaration of Independence - Locke authored these;

Ron Paul as president would use these principles.


Get Educated.

RichardTaylorAPP - Chair - American Patriot Party.CC

John Locke #201, 202, 212 to 232; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 1798; Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788; Rights of the Colonists 1772.