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That is how the Constitution was written to mean; and it can be read by anyone who cares to read the Documents. Start with the Virgina Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788

If you have a governor willing to test the federal government as James Madison and Thomas Jefferson in fact did.

Eventually, the federal government is going to have to be stopped, now, 1 year from now...4 years..?; Just as the British government had to be eventually stopped; They have long been outside their intended delegated powers, which means they are acting "outside their authority" under the "pretense" of authority; which common criminals are guilty of;

You may enjoy reading the end of Samuel Adams Absolute Rights of the Colonists where he says:

http://www.pacificwestcom.com/oregonpatriotparty/Rights_of_t...

Samuel Adams: "....Now what liberty can there be, where property is taken away without "consent"? Can it be said with any colour of truth and Justice, that this Continent of three thousand miles in length, and a breadth as yet unexplored, in which however, its supposed, there are five millions of people, has the least voice, vote or influence in the decisions of the British Parliament? Have they, all together, any more right or power to return a single member to that house of commons, who have not inadvertently, but deliberately assumed a power to dispose of their lives,8 Liberties and properties, than to choose an Emperor of China! Had the Colonists a right to return members to the british parliament, it would only be hurtfull; as from their local situation and circumstances it is impossible they should be ever truly and properly represented there. The inhabitants of this country in all probability in a few years will be more numerous, than those of Great Britain and Ireland together; yet it is absurdly expected [Volume 5, Page 397] by the promoters of the present measures, that these, with their posterity to all generations, should be easy while their property, shall be disposed of by a house of commons at three thousand miles distant from them; and who cannot be supposed to have the least care or concern for their real interest: Who have not only no natural care for their interest, but must be in effect bribed against it; as every burden they lay on the colonists is so much saved or gained to themselves. Hitherto many of the Colonists have been free from Quit Rents; but if the breath of a british house of commons can originate an act for taking away all our money, our lands will go next or be subject to rack rents from haughty and relentless landlords who will ride at ease, while we are trodden in the dirt.

>>>The Colonists have been branded with the odious names of traitors and rebels, only for complaining of their grievances; >>>How long such treatment will, or "ought to be born is submitted". "

Written in 1772, just 4 years before the revolution...

History repeats itself...

Also review post below.

American Patriot Party.CC
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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.