Comment: The Statute of Frauds require one's signature

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The Statute of Frauds require one's signature

to make any lawful transaction legitimate.

In the English language "the" and "this" are clearly two different words with two separate meanings.

Of course "this Constitution" is ordained (this comes from The Northwest Ordinance 13 July 1787) and established ( June 21 1788 when New Hampshire became the NINTH STATE to ratify "this Constitution"

Who then adopted "this Constitution"? "This Constitution for the United States of America" has never been adopted by anyone holding any government employment office because they are all employees and employees are servants and servants has no inherent power only the Master has power. Who then is the Master?