- Dear Concerned Citizen -
- The below is a list of the House members that
voted FOR extension of the PATRIOT Act:
- Since the PATRIOT Act violates the U.S. Constitution
by "justifying" such violation with the "need" for
more "national security," the Congressmen and Congresswomen in
the above list are traitors to their Oath of Office, an oath they all took
to uphold theU.S. Consitution. These people should thus bevoted out of
officeas soon as possible.
- This data was reported onFREEDOM WATCH, the must-watch
nightly show hosted by Judge Andrew Napolitano.
- The complete list of those that voted FOR and AGAINST
extension of the PATRIOT Act at:
- If you are uncertain as to why the PATRIOT Act is doing
more damage to the nation than good, watch FREEDOM WATCH or screen some
of the clips archived at the FREEDOM WATCH website athttp://www.FoxBusiness.com/FreedomWatch
- If YOUR Rep is on this list, make certain you get rid
of them in the next election. If citizens don't ruthlessly vote out Congressmen
that are failing to follow the Constitution to the letter, what's the point
of having a vote, or for that matter ... a nation?
- James Jaeger
- P.S. One of the few ways we will be able to take back
our government from the corporate fascists that have purchased our Congress,
is by voting their pawns out of office every two years. Obviously, the
first class of Congressmen that comes along that actually passes a "term
limits" law, will be the first class that has earned the honor to
remain in office for one or two terms, such expected to be as long as the
President four to eight years. See the below article for more information
on voting out incumbents.
- Overthrowing the Corporate Government
- How The People Can Regain Control
- Over Corporate Interests That Have Hijacked
- by James Jaeger
- Unless voters take back control of Congress from the
corporate interests that have, in essence, purchased it through campaign
contributions, the United States may collapse under its debt load or worse.
This doesn't have to happen as there is a direct and specific thing Citizens
can do. It boils down to one sentence: DON'T VOTE FOR ANY INCUMBENTS.
- Here's what you should do:
- When you go to vote in congressional elections, carefully
look over the candidates and any NEW names you see on the ballot, vote
ONLY for them. If you're not particular about parties, don't worry about
whether they're Democrats or Republicans -- just vote for anyone that's
NOT an incumbent. If you must vote your party, vote ONLY for the new guy.
Don't vote for ANYONE that's already in office and trying to run again
in your party.
- Here's how you can do this:
- This revision comes on the day after the Obama-McCain
election where I was able to put into practice what I am recommending above.
If you clickhereyou can see a copy of the "GENERAL ELECTION SPECIMEN
BALLOT" that was presented to me just before I went into the voting
quarters. Both the Democrats and Republicans (aka GOP) hand these out to
"help" you vote for their candidate. The graphic I am using here
happens to be a Republican specimen so that's why all the Republicans are
blackened in. Just ignore this. The names that are circled are who I voted
- So what you do is you take this "Specimen"
and place a check mark next to all of the incumbents. You can see my check
marks. If you don't know who is an incumbent, ask people around the voting
quarters. As you can see I didn't know who all the incumbents were and
I found by asking others in the area that most of them did NOT know either.
Shameful on all of us.
- Again, the names that are circled are who I voted for.
Again, if you examine the Specimenhere, you can see that I avoided voting
for every incumbent by voting for a Dem or GOP each time BUT, where available,
I always voted Libertarian, as Libertarians usually aren't incumbents.
For posts where I didn't know who was the incumbent and there was no Libertarian
choice (such as Rep in the Congress 6th District and Rep in the General
Assembly 157th District) I spread out my vote for a Dem and a GOP, hoping
neither was an incumbent.
- Here's why this will work:
- By not voting for any incumbents it's true -- you may
be flushing out some good people -- but you have to look at the bigger
picture. The majority of the Congress is entrenched. The Founders had no
idea people would stay in office so long otherwise they would have placed
term-limits on congressmen and the executive from the start. Back in the
18th Century transportation was a problem and the country had a very small
population. Thus the Framers wanted to place as few disincentives on people
as possible because they wanted people to travel great distances and take
part in the government. If there were term limits of say 2 or 4 years,
many people would have never run for office because it wouldn't have been
worth it. To travel so far, and with such difficulty in a harsh environment
where one was needed on the farm simply made no sense. But if a citizen
had the opportunity to travel to Washington and make a long-term career
of government service, then it made more sense. So this is why we have
no term-limits written into the Constitution for congressmen and why the
term limit for the president was only written in later.
- Obviously times have changed. We now have a population
of almost 300 million people (plenty of candidates), travel to Washington
is no hardship (interstate highway system everywhere) and one farmer can
provide for food for thousands of families (mechanized farming). BUT, we
now have the opposite problem: an entrenched government that STAYS in Washington
too long! Ironically, entrenchment is EXACTLY the thing the Founders did
NOT want to happen. They wanted a fluid government where power could easily,
and peacefully, be transferred from group to group as the needs of the
nation changed. They did NOT want anymore kings or emperors with long lines
of succession and the entrenched power that goes with these systems of
- But, again, this is exactly what we have today: entrenched
power. And that power is frozen into ostensibly two political parties that,
although superficially different, basically bat the ball back and forth
to each other and maintain the status quo and keep others out. The problem
is, the status quo isn't working because it's destroying the Republic.
The Republic, set up by the Framers, is supposed to be a much smaller,
more citizen-responsive government. Today, the citizens hardly have any
say in their government (due to massive corporate lobbying) and the government
has become a debt-ridden empire that stretches across the globe (fueled
by unConstitutional fiat money generated by the Federal Reserve System).(2)
As oil becomes more expensive, this empire will become an increasing burden
on its citizens and its debt load and trade imbalances will eventually
cause the dollar, the Imperial currency, to crumble. End of Pax Dollarium.(3)
- But as I said above, this doesn't have to happen if the
People that live in the United States purge the government of the entrenched
- My view is that all of them need to go.(4) I know that's
drastic, but here's my thinking. If everyone tries to figure out who is
"good" and who is "bad," there will be virtually no
agreement. People will just fall back on their party lines and the same
old, same old debates will continue ad nassium. Thus the only remedy is
to flush them all out based on the fact that all of them are in on this
together and none of them are causing real change.
- So if you are a Republican and hate Democrats, fine.
Just flush out YOUR Republican incumbents and replace them with new Republican
blood. If you are a Democrat and hate Republicans, fine. Just flush out
YOUR Democratic incumbents and replace them with new Democratic blood.
Both parties will maintain the status quo quantitatively, but BUT, qualitatively,
everyone will be new and different. There will thus be no pre-existing
social network whereby VOTE SWAPPING (a form of collusion) can take place
nor will the social network needed for CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS (a form of
bribery) be available nor will the social network needed for allocating
PORK (a form of fraud) be available. The NEW congress of NEW congressmen
will be left to do NEW things, new things like doing what they are SUPPOSED
to do: honestly represent the wishes of their constituents (without vote
swapping) while making choices that will be good for the nation. The gridlock
in government will thus be attenuated because this gridlock is caused by
collusion, bribery and fraud, elements not wanted or envisioned by the
- I will thus bet if the congress is purged -- and it goes
without saying that this means the complete staffs of each congressman
must go as well -- fresh new legislation will more easily be passed. Insane
systems of accounting -- such as COST PLUS -- will be ushered out; the
unconstitutional money we currently have will be replaced by Constitutional
money; the budget will be balanced; the trade deficit will be remedied;
the U.S. will stop engaging in wars all over the planet; we will pull back
our military from other peoples' lands or require them to pay for security
if they really want it; we will re-allocate the budget to proper and prudent
uses (such as alternative non-fossil fuel energy), and we will rehabilitate
the nation's once-proud space program and go on to develop vast new technologies
that only a courageous nation can do while exploring new real estate on
- In this kind of an environment, science and technology
will grow and everyone will benefit.(5) Problems facing humanity will be
solved with such an abundance, war will seem like a silly remedy an immature
civilization once flirted with. The U.S. will again gain respect around
the world -- lead by demonstration, not by the exercise of force or by
propagandizing the world through our mass media and biased, violence-oriented
- So we're fortunate the Framers of the United States gave
us a peaceful method of overthrowing our government whenever it's not working
properly. Don't look now, but it's time for a peaceful revolt. Vote out
all the incumbents!(6)
- (1) See the book, EMPIRE OF DEBT, by Bill Bonner.
- (2) To find out how the Federal Reserve System finances
an entrenched Congress, as well as ever expanding government, see the documentary,
FIAT EMPIRE - Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution athttp://www.FiatEmpire.com
- (3) See the book, THE LONG EMERGENCY, by James Kunstler
- (4) With the possible exception of Ron Paul, who is the
only voice in Congress pointing out the fiat money scam which powers the
Empire. Ron Paul, M.D., should run for president because this country needs
a physician as soon as possible.
- (5) Seehttp://sysopmind.com/singularity.html
- (6) For more information on this subject, seeWhy Removing
ALL Incumbents Will Workathttp://www.jaegerresearchinstitute.org/articles/overthrow2.htm
- Originated: 14 September 2001
- Revised: 08 November 2006
- Revised: 03 October 2007
- Revised: 05 March 2008
- Revised: 05 November 2008
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- so that a healthy public discourse can be pursued.
- Don't forget to click on the below link to watch FIAT
EMPIRE -Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution
- so you will have a better understanding of what fuels
many problems under study by the Jaeger Research Institute.
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