Comment: Well I have a problem.

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Well I have a problem.

I believe that the only message sent by a vote is a message to the winner of all votes cast for the Office of President.

The only sure message sent by a vote is a message I send to myself.

Why should I vote for a President of a bankrupt nation? A bankruptcy that became apparent in September 2008 when government bailed out their cronies by putting the people into deep debt at interest while debasing the our currency.

A bankrupt nation is wholly dependent on the creditors benevolence which will end the moment said President failed to obey the simplest request.

Every incumbent in Congress has failed to uphold and defend the Constitution by promulgating laws that pretended to abolish the unalienable rights of the people.

One thing I won't do if vote for someone who swore an oath to the Pirate's Code and broke that oath.

As for President. Which one will be more convincing about the orders they've taken and compassionate when the dam breaks and we are buried in our own debts.

How will the Congress and President interpret the 14th Amendment when the repo man calls.

Section 4. "The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned."

So what is the national debt priced in gold?

In 1835, each 400 citizens owned one Silver Dollar of federal debt.

The federal government has burdened each today with 22.7 ounce gold debt.

Does my voting consent to my debt to the government?

When the national debt is at 1835 levels per voter, I could consent to that. I'd be willing to go for a full copper penny per person.

Free includes debt-free!