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Open Message to the U.S. Congress - Just Say NO to Thieves and Their Bribes

Dear Congress,

Turn away from the thieves and their bribes to face your constituents, who elect you to represent them, who expect and demand that you obey the oath you swore to uphold the U.S. Constitution.

Our enemies are bribing you to break your oaths, to violate the Constitution, and to act against us for their own benefit. Perhaps they have made no oath to defend our country and uphold our laws, but you have.

Your treasonous, anti-American actions to date have severely eroded the economy, sovereignty, morality, and industry of America. Your consistent failure to act in defense of our God-given rights has handed our lives, children, health, property, animals, and other resources over to private, self-serving corporations.

Issue Idea / Flyer Idea - We Need Mature, Responsible Candidates

We Need Mature, Responsible Candidates

a) Liberal politicians (as well as liberal lobbyists) seem intent of preventing traditional methods of effective child training.

b) Instead of controlling public spending to prevent going "bankrupt" (as we voting tax-payers would go broke if we over-spent our own budgets), spend-thrift legislators spend not only more money than they have - the taxes collected from us - but even more money than we have, as illustrated by the courts demanding 100s of millions more in taxes from us than even our representatives are willing to require of us and still show their faces for reelection.

Issue Idea - On Arrogant Officials Regarding Us as Their Ignorant Servants

Local policy makers, instead of performing public service, arrogate to themselves the role of omniscient landlord: they know so much more about homes, business, families, education, finance, etc., that they insist on being a party to most of your personal affairs, to the point of penalizing you for failing to approach them like docile children for their blessing on your ideas (and of course failing to offer your tribute to them in the form of fees and/or higher property taxes).

Issue Idea - On Career Politicians Serving Themselves

We pay (involuntarily through taxes) people to work on new ways to regulate our activity and are left with no money to support people who would help stay informed of these efforts and mobilize a large enough resistence to such new regulations.

Here and there, certain new proposals of regulations are shocking enough to cause a sufficient negative reaction to stop them for the moment. If that negative reaction can't be managed (by the media, normally) to prevent it from stopping the proposal, then it is simply tabled for later, when it can be tried again. Seldom is a second wave of negative reaction to a regulation large enough to stop it (or at to overcome attempts to manage the reaction).

Issue Idea - Kansas Leadership Should Focus on Kansans - Not Big Corporations

Why does Kansas court specific high-profile national corporations and yet at the same time tax and regulate the local families and businesses of Kansans into oblivion?

Short answer:
Kansas Government takes Kansans for granted.

IT’S THE LAW! Feds Pave the Way to TOLL and PRIVATIZE the Interstate Highways as Part of AMERICAN UNION

On July 29, 2005, President Bush signed a bill which permits and promotes the charging of tolls on existing and planned interstate highways, bridges, and tunnels. Before the passage of the bill, known as SAFETEA-LU, or “Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users”, it was generally illegal to charge tolls on roads built with Federal funds. What’s more, the tolls collected will be automatic, requiring universally compatible toll transponder tags on every vehicle.

SAFETEA-LU makes possible a variety of programs, all aimed at forcing Americans to pay to travel.

The FTAA & the New World Order Plan

In October of 2005, The New American magazine sent me to Waco to cover the "Free Trade in the Americas" conference at Baylor University. What I personally witnessed there confirmed what I already knew, that the globalists plan to turn the entire western hemisphere into an "American Union". Such a scheme would, by definition, destroy the national sovereignty of the United States of America.

At the Baylor conference, keynote speaker Dr. Supachai Panitchpakdi, former head of the World Trade Organization, current head of the United Nations Council on Trade and Development, and a devoted communist, stated that infrastructure projects were essential in order to physically link up all the regions of a "free trade" area. The other featured globalist at the conference, Richard Fisher, the chief executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and a member of both the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission, insisted that the FTAA, or Free Trade Area of the Americas, must be achieved.

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