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All (1) persons who now or hereafter are employed by or who now or hereafter are on the payroll of thestate, or any of its departments and agencies, subdivisions, counties, cities, school boards and districts of thefree public school system of the state or counties, or institutions of higher learning, except candidates for federal office, are required to take an oath before any person duly authorized to take acknowledgments of instruments for public record in the state in the following form:I, , a citizen of the State of Florida and of the United States of America, and being employed by or anofficer of and a recipient of public funds as such employee or officer, do hereby solemnly swear or affirm that I will support the Constitution of the United States and of the State of Florida.
Voters and government employees must obey their oaths. That means they must enforce the constitutions’ restrictionson government power, and enforce the constitutions’ guarantees of rights of the people. Everything works well untilsome government employee commits crimes or abuses procedures. Such behaviors constitute torts against the peopleeven if one cannot measure the damage. Such behavior, when ignored or encouraged by other government employeesor voters becomes a “good old boys network” which operates outside government authority under color ofconstitutionality or color of law. I refer to such perpetrators of crime in government as “Gerps.” Gerps comprise andoperate the “good old boys network” in government that abuse the people and encroach on rights of the people throughgovernment excess.Ultimately, Gerps formulate a devious, clever color-of-law violation of the ideals of good government in the form of “publicpolicy.” Public Policy constitutes a form of treason against the Constitutions. It constitutes a betrayal of trust thatbreaches government’s obligation to retain constitutional structure, operate within constitutional restraints, and enforcethe guarantee of rights of the states and the people. “The People” have both the right and duty to put the governmentright back in its box by summarily terminating Gerp behavior or excising Gerps from government altogether withprejudice.Let us understand this clearly. The government itself is good. In a sense, it IS the Constitution’s spiritual presence. Thepeople IN government, who perform jobs in and for government, who swore oaths to support the constitutions, enforcethe structure of government and guarantee of rights IF they do their jobs. When they don’t do their jobs and begin actingunder color of law to do evil, iniquitous, or criminal things, thereby BEG the people to intervene. Intervention shouldconsist of correcting them or excising them from government. It’s that simple. And whoever first witnesses or detectsthe correct themAnyone with half a brain knows what it means when “the people” try to discontinue abuse by government perpetrators ofcrime. The Gerps respond with physical force and jail or kill their adversaries among “the People” who tried to effect theircorrection or excision. The people know this, so they try to use administrative, legal and political processes to effect thecorrection or excision of Gerps. In many cases, particularly in the cases of judges, legislators, county commissioners,sheriffs, IRS agents, governors, and presidents, that has become statistically impossible. When people face theimpasse typical of the American legal and political system, they naturally start thinking about their other options fordealing with Gerps: physical force.Physical force, even
physical force, differs from violence in the sense of reasonableness. Violence connotesunlawful or unreasonable, explosive use of physical force. The Revolutionary War became explosive, with each sideexerting strong force against the other. Our nation’s founders considered their use of physical force justified, and theviolent reaction of the British adversary unjustified. Their logic makes sense. You put up with abusive invasion of rights just so long and you reach a breaking point. Then you act to stop it. When gentle, reasoned actions have no effectexcept to increase the abuse, you resort to use of force, and if necessary violent and deadly force.We of good sense try to soften the terminology, but we simply cannot. We try to inject reason and patience into it, butwe can only do it to an extent, and then we must wash our hands of reason and embrace the cataclysm that follows theinjustice like night follows day. And, whether or not government employees and philosophers like it, the circumstancesof abuse or rights encroachments can fully justify a violent reaction. We have seen this dozens of times in the pastcentury in countries all over the world, including the USA.When reviewing them, we should take note that both the American Revolution and the War of Northern AggressionBOTH constituted CIVIL wars – wars against established authority that overstepped Constitutional authority and pushedthe abused to their breaking point. The Revolution ousted the Gerps. The War of Northern Aggression didn’t, in spite ofthe loss of over a million American lives.