Protect the Constitution

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America was founded on the principles of Life, Liberty, and the Personal Pursuit of Happiness. The USA was founded by 13 colonies that declared their independence from Great Britain, on July 4, 1776, under the name "The United States of America," and were recognized by Britain as sovereign states in 1783. The United States has existed continuously as a united, sovereign, national state since it adopted the Articles of Confederation, on March 1, 1781. The nation's form of government was significantly altered when it adopted the current Constitution, the Articles' replacement, on September 17, 1787.

This is America, the first nation on this planet to have a governmental system as to where the people of the nation do in fact run this nation. This is the first nation on this planet as to where each citizen is in all rights, his own King.

We, the people of the United States of America, have witnessed our right being taken away day after day, Congressional Bill after Congressional Bill, Executive Order after Executive Order, Signing Statement after Signing Statement, and we have had enough.

It must be understood that every branch of our Government works for us, the American people. You, members of the Legislative Branch, the Executive Branch, and the Judicial Branch are our employees and we have watched you all not doing your jobs for quite some time. We feel it is time to fix our Government, before it is too late.




We, the undersigned, demand action by Congress, immediately, on the following issues:

1) Address the USA Patriot Act: H.R. 3162 This Act allows our Bill of Rights to be destroyed right before our very eyes. We are aware of the ongoing Warrantless Wiretapping issues being pursued. We are aware of the definitions within this Act that could very well encompass every single American citizen as a domestic terrorist. We are aware of the ongoing issue of Warrantless Opening of our Mail issue. These examples infringe upon our 1st and 4th Amendment Rights.

We demand that you put forth law to enforce the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act so that the Federal Government cannot sidestep the provisions already set forth in the FISA, as to prevent further monitoring and surveillance of American citizens. The steps taken in the USA Patriot Act do not follow suit with what the Government is trying to do. You do not punish every single American citizen for the wrong doings of a few international terrorists. We demand that you redefine domestic terrorist as set forth in H.R. 3162, as to not generally encompass every American citizen. We demand that you put forth new law to change the current Postal Reform Bill as to prevent the further warrantless opening of our mail. Why does our government consistently seem to think that by infringing on rights given by our Constitution and Bill of Rights, we as a whole will be more secure? The actions of a few terrorist do not equate to all of us losing our rights. More people will die in automobile accidents this year than at the hands of terrorists; is our government willing to outlaw automobiles? This is flawed logic. We expect better from our elected officials.

2) Address the Military Commissions Act of 2006: H.R. 3930 This Act allows our Bill of Rights to be destroyed right before our very eyes. We are all aware that under the USA Patriot Act, by definition, all American citizens can be labeled as a domestic terrorist, and furthermore then being labeled as an enemy combatant under the Military Commissions Act, thus taking away our right to habeas corpus as guaranteed by the 6th, 7th, and 8th Amendments.

We demand that you put forth new legislation to repeal the loss of habeas corpus rights, which are afforded by our Bill of Rights. We demand that you pass S. 4081, of which would restore said rights. Again, why does our government consistently seem to think that by infringing on rights given by our Constitution and Bill of Rights, we as a whole will be more secure? The actions of a few terrorist do not equate to all of us losing our rights. More people will die in automobile accidents this year than at the hands of terrorists; is our government willing to outlaw automobiles? This is flawed logic. We expect better from our elected officials.

3) Address the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, 2005: H.R. 1268 This Act allows our Bill of Rights to be destroyed right before our very eyes. We are all aware that this Act essentially allows tracking of the general populous with the National ID Card, of which used to be H.R. 418, the Real ID Act. We all are aware that through this Act, the Nation ID Card is voluntary, however, without the National ID Card; we would be rendered non-citizens of the United States.

We demand that you repeal the section of this law that would require such identification that would include biometric data, financial records, etc. We should not be forced to provide such data to prove ourselves as American citizens, referring to the show us your papers idealism. Again, why does our government consistently seem to think that by infringing on rights given by our Constitution and Bill of Rights, we as a whole will be more secure? The actions of a few terrorist do not equate to all of us losing our rights. More people will die in automobile accidents this year than at the hands of terrorists; is our government willing to outlaw automobiles? This is flawed logic. We expect better from our elected officials.

4) Address the Implementing the 9/11 Commission Recommendations Act of 2007: H.R. 1 This Act allows our Bill of Rights to be destroyed right before our very eyes. This Bill actually further strengthens H.R. 1268 against our Constitutional Rights against Governmental surveillance by adding biometric data to the National ID Card, increased Government surveillance of Americans financial records and activities, and by domesticating the CIA within the United States boundaries.

We demand that H.R. 1 be repealed in its entirety. This Act is based on, and passed by, the idea of such a controversial situation, relying on the fear of every American citizen. Basic rights held by each American citizen should not be taken away under the guise of fear. Again, why does our government consistently seem to think that by infringing on rights given by our Constitution and Bill of Rights, we as a whole will be more secure? The actions of a few terrorist do not equate to all of us losing our rights. More people will die in automobile accidents this year than at the hands of terrorists; is our government willing to outlaw automobiles? This is flawed logic. We expect better from our elected officials.

5) Address the Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America This partnership will eventually allow our Constitution and Bill of Rights to be rendered null and void with the formation of the North American Union.

We demand that you put forth new legislation that would prohibit the formation of the North American Union, in any shape, form, or fashion. The requested legislation needs to shut down the S.P.P., as it will form an entirely new nation, of which our Constitution will be rendered null and void. We will not stand in any way shape or form for uniting the U.S. with Canada or Mexico.

6) Address the North American Investment Fund: S. 3622 This Act allows our Bill of Rights to be destroyed right before our very eyes. This Bill uses the tax dollars that we pay; along with Canadas tax monies, to towards strengthening the nation of Mexico, in a means of equalizing the standards of living across the board as to further facilitate the formation of the North American Union, which would render our Constitution and Bill of Rights null and void.

We demand that you vote against, or repeal in its entirety S. 3622. The American citizens should not be required by law to produce tax monies for the sole purpose of forming a nation that would remove our Constitutional Freedoms and Rights.


Our elected officials are sworn to uphold and defend our constitution. We expect this to be done. We, as a people, will not stand for our individual rights to be undermined or eroded in any way shape or form.



We, the people of and for, the United States of America, will not stand idly by while you, our employees, further your monetary gain, without looking out for the best interests of Americas citizens, of which you have been elected by us to do. We, the undersigned, demand action now.