Comment: What is a "representative"?

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What is a "representative"?

A representative re-presents what is presented to them. In the legislature's case they are suppose to re-present what is presented to them from constituents. Simple!

Can you show me the presentments from constituents that is the source of what the representatives re-presented? No you can't. Because the representatives just do what ever pays them the most. Lawful operation of representatives would simply wait for presentments from their constituents and then re-present them to congress. The representative would also re-present presentments from other congressional representatives back to their constituents. A representative agent of another doesn't just get to do whatever they want.

You state that statutes and ordinances have legal effect on everyone. This is clearly not true for many reasons. But one example is that statutes and ordinances have no effect on native tribes living in the Amazon. So clearly your logic fails on its face. One other more relevant issue in American context is where did you ever presume that legislative actions have or was ever intended to, effect on We the People? No where in the Constitution is this stated or implied. The Citizens are the capacity that have applicable regulatory statutes and codes applied to them. Where America in General failed is that most did not realize that the Citizen is the capacity or office under and bound by the contractual oath.

We the People are the creators. Rights are endowed upon creations by their creator. We the People created, ordained, established, instituted, the government as a standing contract for those who voluntarily accepted the bounds and duty of the contract while under its capacity. Those men and women under the capacity, in other words 'on the clock', of the Constitutionally created Citizen capacity or any government created regulated capacities are the entities subject to codes, statutes, and ordinances.

The example I like to use here is that it is like Walmart applying employee handbook rules and employee standard operating procedures to its shareholders. It doesn't make any sense because the shareholder's already have their shareholder's agreement. The Constitution is We the People's shareholder's agreement. We already had/have common law procedures for dealing with disputes amongst men. Codes and Statutes are applicable to only those entities that contracted for those regulations and benefits.

Look I know all of this sounds strange and foreign to those still in the brainwashing. I was there too. But I am not anymore because I to logic and reason to evaluate things for truth. I cannot find any place in the Constitution or Codes where they even claim applicability. Once I realized this and then began to look deeper into history I realized exactly why the words where used so carefully in Constitution. Knowledge and understanding of law to the framers and ratifiers were much deeper than most people's knowledge today. I am only stated what I found and you keep giving very simple basic arguments with no facts in law pointed to. I tried to give you the shortcut by simply asking you to point out where in the Constitution legislative actions claim applicability to the People. You can't because its not there. Its not in codes/statutes/ordinances either. I know why its not there and where all this came from. If you want to simply attack me go ahead but your efforts and failures will be recorded here for all to see. The challenge still stands unanswered.

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