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Why Won’t They Answer

Our Petitions For Redress?
• A War in Iraq Without a Congressional Declaration
• A “Patriot Act” That Destroys the Bill of Rights
• A Currency Conjured Out Of Limitless Debt
• An Income Tax With NO Constitutional Authority
• A Privately Owned Federal Reserve System

A United States District Court
recently held, and
Government officials openly “There are things in the Constitution that have
assert, that there is
NO constitutional obligation
been overtaken by events, by time. There are
for the US Government things that are no longer relevant to a modern
to listen to, or respond to society—things that are inappropriate,
the People or their Petitions.
We The People v. The U.S. Government
USDC, Washington, DC
Case # 04-CV01211
Under appeal at the US Court of Appeals U.S. Rep. Henry Hyde, October 3, 2002, Iraq Resolution Debate

"If money is wanted by Rulers
who have in any manner
oppressed the People,
they may retain it
until their grievances are redressed,
and thus peaceably procure relief,
without trusting to despised petitions
or disturbing the public tranquility."
Journals of the Continental Congress.
Journals, 1:105-113

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