The Framers provided two methods to change the direction of the Nation. First, we have a bi-annual federal election and second, there is the provision for the Convention of the States. Instead of sedition, we must use these tools to peacefully turn back the tide of lawlessness created by the belief that this Nation is a democracy.
The Framers provide two methods to change the direction of the Nation. First, we have a bi-annual federal election and second, there is the provision for the Convention of the States. Instead of sedition, we must use these tools to peacefully turn back the tide of lawlessness created by the belief that this Nation is a democracy.
Case in point, watching Biden speak (ok, I understand your thought), he maintains that we are a democracy, where the majority decides what happens. Yet, if it were a democracy, why would the borders be completely open to invasion when the greater majority of citizens, or all colors, want to STOP THE INVASION.
So, are we really living in a democracy? Does the false belief of a few in regard to climate issues eliminate the standard of democracy, if indeed we are living in a democracy? The greater majority of the Nation want available and cost-effective energy, the majority of Americans do not want to be reliant on foreign energy. So, are we a democracy?
We live in a REPUBLIC, that most falsely claim is a democracy, yet our elected officials do not govern as if we are in either. They do what they want, they lie with impunity to get elected, and then attempt to create a world that they want, without regard to the expressed wishes of the MAJORITY of Americans.
Let’s look at a very simple example. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently changed their mission statement: the mission statement now reads — “upholds America’s promise as a nation of welcome and possibility with fairness, integrity, and respect for all we serve,”
Under the old statement, the agency was described as “administer[ing] the nation’s lawful immigration system, safeguarding its integrity and promise by efficiently and fairly adjudicating requests for immigration benefits while protecting Americans, securing the homeland, and honoring our values.”
Question: which mission statement do you want? Personally, I want equality under the law, I want statues as written, until changed by the legislative branch.
Yet, a Biden appointed bureaucrat changed the mission statement. Who is this person? Who is Ur Jaddou? Well her mother is Mexican, and her dad is from Iraq. My first question, as I believe in the meaning of words, including “subject to the jurisdiction thereof”, asks the following: is Ur Jaddou an American citizen? My second question is, did her family embrace the melting pot philosophy of this Nation, or did they maintain other philosophies?
The United States of America is a Nation of laws, created to protect the rights and freedoms of her CITIZENS. Yet, the immigration service wants to “respect” those they serve. But wait! What if those persons do not respect this Nation? What if those persons disrespect our Rule of Law? What if those persons enter this Nation illegally?
Not to muddy the waters, but the Immigration Act of 1882 barred any immigrant “unable to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge” from entering the United States. That sounds terrible to some, but it sounds correct to most Americans. The United States has enough issues to solve without becoming the welfare service for the world.
A great discussion of good versus bad immigration policy can be found in the gumball demonstration. Roy Beck provides a great visual explanation of why immigration policy cannot work if everyone and anyone is allowed to immigrate. Very, very few nations of the world admit people unable to support themselves. Why should we? Should we not help other nations improve their blessings of freedom?
Over the years in this democracy, unelected bureaucrats have attempted to change the rules without legislative help. Biden has expressed a desire to remove the public charge criteria from the Immigration Code, and the policy is up for public comment.
What do you think about that plan? Immigration policy IS NOT to provide welfare for the world, immigration policy is designed to make America better – take means attracting skilled workers that can contribute to the greatness of America. To many, that may be unfair, but that does not matter, immigration should make America stronger, not weaker.
We have a government that is practicing sedition. We have unelected federal and state employees that care more about future retirement benefits than they do in serving the future.
When was the last time anyone spoke of civil servants? No, now we have the deep state, and it is as deep as the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean. We have a government that is failing her citizens as they fail to “ensure domestic tranquility” and they are not securing the “Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity”, especially our posterity.
So, what do we do? We vote! We get like-minded people to vote. We man (or woman) the polls and place TRAINED observers with cameras at every polling place. We demand that our “most numerous branch of the State Legislatures” pass fair election Laws – not the courts, not the governors, not the State Senate – simply the most numerous branch of State Legislatures.
The United States of America is our Nation. We are a great Nation. We have spilled our blood across the world to promote freedom and liberties throughout the world. We have shared our bounty with others. We have welcomed those that wish to help us get stronger and richer in the freedoms of mankind.
We must fight this sedition; we must restore the greatness of this Nation. And we must pray, we must renew our love of the Almighty and recognize that He can lead us from this pit of misery if we honor His name and realize that the blessings of liberty are gifts from Him.
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