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"On September 17, 1787 twelve State delegates approved the Constitution for the united States of America, and the States became the Constitutors. What is the legal definition of the term, "constitutor"? A Constitutor: In the civil law, one who, by simple agreement, becomes responsible for the payment of another's debt. (Blacks Law Dictionary 6th Ed.) The States were now liable for the United States debt owed to the King of England, but the people of America were not yet liable, because they were not a party to the Constitution since it was never put to them for a vote. On August 4, 1790 an Act was passed that, for all intents and purposes abolished the States and created Federal Districts. In this Act each District was assigned a portion of the debt. Then the states reorganized their governments, which had to be done because the States needed to "legally" (under men's laws) transfer the bonded obligation for debt repayment from the states to the people. The original State Constitutions were never submitted to the people for a vote, so the governments wrote new constitutions and submitted them to the people for a vote, thereby binding the people to the debts owed to Great Britain. Once again, deception is used to get the people to unknowingly volunteer into bondage."

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain