Comment: Excellent Invocation

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Excellent Invocation

Thanks, that is very well done, in my opinion, a work of art.

If I may ask, can you elaborate on your choice of the following words:

"Remind them that We directed them to follow the Constitution of the United States of America and of Ohio and they agreed to do that when they took their oath of office."

The reason I ask has to do with an assumption on my part concerning the concept of a Democratic Federated Republican design of Voluntary Competitive Free Market Government.

I wish to explain (to anyone who may listen):

The Federal Constitution is a product of State Constitutions, not the other way around, and that design feature maintains Liberty, and it maintains Liberty by the Check and Balance of POWER given up by the productive people who CONSTITUTE We The People.

This is serious stuff, this is The States Rights versus the Omnipotent Idolatry of a Monolithic, Monopoly, Dictatorial, Nation State Regime of Absolute Abject Obedience to Falsehood Without Question, and it is a battle that has been raging since 1787 in this Country.

Not a Revolution that is Televised on Major Media Stations, but a Revolution none-the-less.

It was Revolutionary, or thought to be Revolutionary at the time, when States had the God Given Right (not the "thing" called a State but We The People in that State, which is a list of names, and it is not a "thing unto itself, a State Idol THING, not that, "it", a "State", is, in fact We The People in that State), it was thought to be Revolutionary, at the time, to have a State having the RIGHT, to secede, or not pay Taxes to, a Federal Government POWER that goes bad, where a State has a RIGHT to stop paying extortion fees to a Criminal Government.

That is clearly understood as a RIGHT in much of the early Revolutionary writings, such as The Declaration of Independence, The Articles of Confederation, the Ratification Hearings, the so called "Anti-Federalist" writings, etc.

The American history is full of examples of States (the people) exerting their rights against a Federal government (the people in the Federal government) overstepping their clearly enumerated boundaries.

Well, one of the criticisms of "The Constitution" was that it was anything but clear in enumerating boundaries, rightly so, and that is why The Bill of Rights was "reluctantly" attached to The Federal Constitution, so as to thereby clearly enumerate those boundaries.

So, I'm asking, why those words are chosen, by the Topic Starter?

These words:

"Remind them that We directed them to follow the Constitution of the United States of America and of Ohio and they agreed to do that when they took their oath of office."

Clearly there are many people in many States working to exert their States Rights in a competitive, peaceful, voluntary, just, equitable, kind, but DEFENSIVE manner, as those criminals in those false federal offices are clearly overstepping their boundaries of good conduct.

Joe