We know Nothing!

Hey…it is not my job!
It is out of my hands
Take it up with WASHINGTON

Nuremberg Defense

The following video clips represent extracts from existing situations where citizens are seeking redress from elected officials and their responses in an attempt to deliberately misinform the public and in some way deflect their responsibilities to act on behalf of constituents.

However we all know the principles established by the balance of powers where each branch has a duty and obligation to restrain abuses by any other branch of government.  As a result these lies and distortions by the employees of the people are a major misrepresentation of their respective duties to the public trust to which they have all been elected by the people to perform the people’s business.  (See more on de facto)

Issues:

Elected Official – Job Description

Oath of office
Bond
Public trust
Trustees
Beneficiaries
Responsibilities
Fiduciary responsibilities
Required to tell the truth
Public Safety
Emergency Situations
Imminent danger
Threats to life and limb
Threats to constituents
Obligations to constituents

References:

Political Prisoner

Abuse of Power

About arnierosner

As an American I advocate a republic form of government, self-reliance, and adherence to the basic philosophy of the founding fathers and the founding documents, I ONLY respect those who respect and "HONOR" their honor. No exceptions!
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