On Mar 24, 2016, at 7:57 AM, Arnie Rosner <email@example.com> wrote:
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the information presented by Ms. Currier. Because of the nature of the content, I am taking liberty of distributing my response widely.
My view of the matter is simple: As “the people;” endowed with the unalienable rights from our Creator, we are the ultimate authority. Sovereignty!
While history may be referenced as a guide, in my view, based upon current day behavior, there are those who seek to manipulate “current day history,” to influence public opinion. These deliberate distorted views of reality, as presented, are designed to mold the public view to fit the specific agenda of the subversives, posing as Americans.
As a result, and as a sovereign American, I have concluded there is no reason to believe, the same behavior on the part of mankind has not existed in the past as well. Therefore I must also conclude that recorded history has been corrupted and there is no longer nor was there ever any reliable accuracy, reflected in documented versions of events of the past.
It is “we,” the current living responsible people, of a given society, who are in a position to determine the manner in which we chose to live. It is “we the people,” who determine the form of law by which we will be bound to each other…in honor. After all, Doreen, What else, of real value, has a man or woman, to offer society than their honor?
It is “we the people,” who can determine if we even chose to create or abolish service agreements regarding those listed as enumerated powers.
The Constitution for the united States of America was created for “the people,” by the states, to restrain the service company formed. There are no provisions for our “employees,” to dictate in anyway, the manor in which we chose to live without our consent.
And if I may point out…there is no reason we the people must continue to lawfully accept the tyranny being imposed by impostors. The impostors, impersonating our lawfully elected or appointed public servants are common criminals. As one of our patriots quipped…”Milt Farrow: Capone has to be wetting his pants.”
“You only think you know!”
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On Mar 23, 2016, at 7:36 PM, Doreen Ag0stino <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
No resolve through Common Law [Cindy Kay Currier]
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