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An Open Letter to Glenn Beck

An Open Letter to Glenn Beck



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Published by cfkerchner
28 Jan 2010: An Open Letter to Glenn Beck.

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Published by: cfkerchner on Feb 06, 2010
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An Open Letter to Glenn Beck
 From: Charles Kerchner, Commander USNR (Retired)Posted 28 Jan 2010 at:http://puzo1.blogspot.com Glenn, you say you have studied the founders and framers of our U.S. Constitution to tryto learn more about the original intent and meanings of the words therein.I Believe The Fix Was In for the 2008 Election and The Cover Up is Still Going Strongand Has Created The Perfect Storm for a Constitutional Crisis!http://puzo1.blogspot.com/2010/01/i-believe-fix-was-in-for-2008-election.html Glenn, when are you going to read the preeminent legal treatise of the time of theRevolutionary War against Great Britain that was used by the founders to write theDeclaration of Independence and the framers to craft our U.S. Constitution. BenjaminFranklin referred to it as being in heavy use and demand by the delegates at theContinental Congress in 1775 when four copies were sent to him by Dumas whopublished a newly edited edition in 1775. It was written in French the diplomaticlanguage of the time of which Benjamin Franklin and many others who founded ournation were fluent in as well as English.The term, "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness", is a direct quote from this book.And there are many more quotes from it in our Declaration of Independence andConstitution. And this renowned legal book is even mentioned by name in Article I,Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution.This book was the legal reference book describing a new form of government forgoverning a Constitutional Republic with a written Constitution that George Washingtonhad on his desk and was observed reading from in his first day in office in New York andit was the legal book John Jay had on his desk as the 1st Chief Justice of the U.S.Supreme Court. John Jay's letter to George Washington is the reason the legal term of artfrom that legal book is in Article II of the U.S. Constitution as to the eligibilityrequirements to be President.The name of the book is, "The Law of Nations or Principles of Natural Law", by Vattel. I

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