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1529 NW 143rd Street Gainesville, Florida 32606 Tel: (352) 332-9144 Fax: (352) 332-9144 email@example.com Saturday, February 08, 2014 Representative Ted Yoho 511 Cannon House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Representative Yoho I received a message from Vicki Baer alerting me that Representative Mark Meadows, (R-NC 11) authored and submitted “HJR 50 - Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to parental rights.” I went to the library of Congress to see if you were a cosponsor. The record shows you are not at this point. The U.S. Constitution is a Natural Law Constitution. Natural Law and Natural Rights dictate children belong to their parents, not the state. Parental rights are unalienable rights because God made the law. It applies to the animal kingdom too. Congress’ straying from foundational roots and principles to require this law/amendment is criminal and tyrannical. The Constitution’s enumerated power limits and gives the federal government no say regarding children. Article 1, Section 10 prohibits states from entering into agreements with foreign powers/entities like the United Nations. If the Constitution is the law of the land, no change is needed, no amendment is warranted. Twenty years of experience in the criminal justice system teaches lawyers, judges, and politicians become criminals because they twist words and their meaning to achieve their agendas. In context Section 3 provides an example of what can and will happen if this legislation is passed under these circumstances. “Neither the United States nor any State shall infringe these rights without demonstrating that its governmental interest as applied to the person is of the highest order and not otherwise served.” Section 3 is straight forward and means what it says but today’s reality begs the question: “Does anybody in their right mind believe a politician with an agenda using the power of his office in government cannot demonstrate a higher order interest to undermine, and take away a parent’s right to raise and educate their children? Germany and other nations do what the U.S. Constitution prohibits all the time. Section 5 provides the raison d'être for this law. “No treaty may be adopted nor shall any source of international law be employed or supersede, modify, interpret, or apply to the rights guaranteed by this article.”
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I take no comfort this law it will protect the fundamental right of parents to make decisions regarding their children’s welfare because Education is already a statute Congress ignores. Healthcare is not an enumerated power but Congress did that too The list is endless making both parties controlling Congress the criminal enterprise it has become. You ran for office as a constitutional conservative. You also ran because “Agenda 21 and the internationalist order it represents” kept you up at nights. Sadly however, Floridians elect politicians like Representative Perry and his ilk who tolerate, accept and further the MarxistHumanist-Secularism agenda seem in education and Agenda 21. His unwillingness to do anything about either point to the fact He is complicit with the ongoing destruction of the nuclear family this statute/amendment purports to halt Individual states are no longer a barrier to tyranny/encroachment and destruction of the rule of law. I do not know where you stand on this issue, but I have an obligation as a constituent and elector to tell you where I stand. My generation and those previous fought and died to defend the Constitution and American freedom. I refuse to dishonor their sacrifice. The Constitution is a no brainer for me. I also helped send you to Washington to protect and defend the constitutional so many fought and died for. You took an oath to support and defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. International Marxist-Humanism-Secularism and the omnipotent state it creates is the enemy to the Constitution and this country’s future. I expect you to honor and uphold your oath should you weigh in on this statute/amendment. Looking forward to your reply, I remain, Yours in the Bill of Rights,
Roy G. Callahan Member, Florida Oath Keepers/John Birch Society Copy to: Representative Perry et al.
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