Hear me, and hear me clearly. The U.S. Government is in violation of the Social Contract. We know the Social Contract that formed this nation as the U.S. Constitution, and those which formed the States as the State Constitutions. Together, they create and define the laws by which our society is governed. But this is what these Social Contracts are: the supreme law of either their State or this nation, and the chief executives are legally and morally bound to remain inside the boundaries set out by these Constitutions. In Obama’s case, that means he is legally and morally obligated to operate according to the letter of the Constitution – as understood at the time of ratification! If the President refuses to do so, then he loses his legitimacy and – with it – his authority. But when the Congress allows the President to repeatedly and blatantly violate both federal and State law and does nothing to stop him, and when the Courts not only turn a blind eye to this violation of Constitutional law but lends its authority to this usurpation, then the entire federal government is in violation of the Social Contract (i.e. Constitution) and ceases to be legitimate. In other words, it cedes its legitimate authority and enters into an open state of war with the people. At that point, we are no longer bound by the law because the government has destroyed the law. This is where we find ourselves today: with a government that has entered into an open state of war with the American people!
Let me ask you something: when was the last time you read the Declaration of Independence? If you haven’t done so in the last six months, take a moment to read it – do it now! The Declaration is a legal document, written according to the internationally accepted practices of the law at the time of our founding. As such, it lists a series of charges against the Crown. Today, we are told they are archaic and, therefore, have no meaning in our ‘modern’ world. This is a lie! If you doubt me, read the charges and think about the modern equivalent(s) that are happening today:
Read the rest (I bet you’ll be surprised)