Term Limits For Congress Not Needed If Citizens Engaged In Due Diligence
How many times have many citizens called for “term limits” when it comes to both chambers of Congress? It’s too numerous to count. The latest expression for term limits appeared in the live chat by one individual during The Sons of Liberty radio show with Bradlee Dean. Some states, like Ohio, do set term limits for their representatives and senators, however, it is not enforced.
So, if a State, like Ohio, already has a term limit law for representatives and senators but it is not enforced, what will a law imposing term limits at the State or federal level do when laws are not enforced? The criminals in Washington, DC, have thrown law, the Constitution, out the window while States operate in the same manner – violating their own State constitutions. More words on a piece of paper are not going to do anything. Why? The people will not enforce the current Constitution, neither will politicians in power. And, does anyone think these crooked, corrupt criminals will vote to limit themselves from holding office when they are gaining great wealth from their position? If you do, please contact me through the Sons of Liberty Media because I have some oceanfront property in Kansas I need to dump quickly.
There should be no need for term limits when the founding fathers equipped the people with the measure to remove crooked, corrupt politicians and instill new representatives and senators. But, the people fail to exercise good judgment, do their due diligence, and remove traitors and criminals from office. The people keep voting these criminals into office when they can remove them via voting.
Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution for the united States of America declares, “The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several States, and the electors in each State shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state [federal] legislature”.
Chosen every second year means the representatives only serve two-year terms. At the end of that second year, they must earn re-election to their position. Why do people like Pelosi and others remain in office? The people keep voting for her because they are too lazy to research the candidates and her district is a large city in California. California, rife with cities covered in urine, feces, and needles, is in deep you know what because the citizens residing in those cities of that State and comprising the majority population are too radical to see the policies of anti-constitutionalists are detrimental to the people. They are anti-constitutionalist radicals.
The minority population comprising the outlying counties, outside the metropolitan areas, are working to sever those counties from metropolitan California to form a new State. In all honesty, the State of California is the perfect example for the need of an Electoral College at the State level. The same goes for Virginia, whose counties have the offer to “Virexit” to West Virginia. But, I digress.
Unfortunately, stupid is a condition that cannot be corrected; ignorance can but only if the individual is willing. There are portions of the population who are willfully ignorant and wish to remain so. These individuals will vote for a name, regardless of the candidate being a crook, criminal or corrupt. In the next election cycle, you can bet your dollar to a dime that Nancy Pelosi will be re-elected, along with Dianne Feinstein.
When it comes to the Senate, Article I, Section 3 of the Constitution for the united States of America states, “The Senate of the united States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six years; and each Senator shall have one vote.” However, both chambers of Congress proposed an amendment to the Constitution for Senators to be elected by majority citizen vote – the 22nd Amendment, which the States ratified in 1913 that relinquished the States’ voice in the federal government. The States sold their voice and representation in government willingly. Had they kept it, States could have kept their influence over Senators to block legislation detrimental to the States.
In a republic, the House of Representatives represents the people’s interest while the Senate represents the States’ interest. The States relinquished their voice and became subservient to the federal government through unconstitutional federal money appropriated to the States for various “programs” and interests. While the States are sovereign, all States, through the 22nd Amendment, became the operative of the federal government.
But, the people, with the ability to vote for Senators, can remove those who are corrupt, criminal, and traitorous by voting the bad blood out of office every six years. Again, the people fail to research candidates and vote for name recognition. It is why McConnell, Schumer and the like remain in office. However, there is another nuance to this debacle – unconstitutional parties and the party line.
There are citizens who are so devoted to party, they will vote for a skunk if the skunk was running for office (and many do). It doesn’t matter how much that skunk stinks, it gets the vote because it is wearing the party jersey. Citizens will champion the person wearing their party’s jersey no matter what that elected official does. The creation of parties has usurped government because the parties usurped the election process at the State level.
The States are responsible for the election process. Read your State’s constitution to find out how it works because it varies. Ask yourself this question – who appears on the primary tickets? It is Republicans and Democrats. In some states, the candidate must pay an exorbitant fee to have their name listed on the primary ticket. This ensures that only the large money parties – Democrat and Republican – appear on the ticket. Now ask yourself this question – who votes in the primaries? Only Republican and Democrat voters can vote in the primaries. If you do not subscribe to either of those parties, you are barred from voting, unless you declare a party.
Moreover, many citizens do not realize they are participating in an unconstitutional voting process when it comes to election of the president and vice-president. Read the 12th Amendment, which declares how those two should be elected. But, again, the parties, along with the States, usurped the Constitution to manipulate the system in favor of the two large money parties.
There is no popular voting for president or vice-president and there is no popular voting for a “couple” candidate – president and vice-president merged together to receive a vote. The Electoral College is responsible for choosing the president, and the candidate with the second largest votes becomes vice-president. Those votes are to be counted by the President of the Senate in front of both chambers of Congress. Again, the States usurped constitutional authority by legislating how the Electoral College is to vote based on the popular vote for “couple” candidate. The purpose of the Electoral College is to be free from influence from the State or the people. And, the implementation of the electronic voting machine without a paper trail, voter ID, and being counted by a supposed “third party” has led to rampant voter fraud as well as manipulation of the vote through back door algorithms that change the votes for the “preferred” candidate. How many counties and States have dead people still voting? How many have a single voter that votes multiple times in different polling stations? If you doubt this, check out BlackBoxvoting.org and research news articles on voter fraud. As an FYI, the individuals who founded BlackBoxvoting.org consider themselves “liberals”.
Citizens cannot participate in an unconstitutional process and expect a constitutional result. How long have citizens been doing that and how long have citizens been disappointed?
No politician in either the Republican or Democrat party will even delve into this unconstitutional process because the party system is unconstitutional. How can that be when the Constitution doesn’t mention the formation of parties? The Constitution is written as one of exclusion – if it isn’t authorized by the Constitution, it is a usurpation.
If you want confirmation of this, call your State’s Republican or Democrat Party office and bring up this subject. More than likely, you will get one of two responses – either the person will hang up on you or the person will adamantly argue the process follows the law and you are the one ill-informed. Try it. These were the responses I received when calling the office of both parties. Would you like to guess which party person responded with which response?
Both parties are aware of this, but it is to their advantage to maintain the status quo at the expense of the citizen.
Citizens do have some recourse though few avails themselves of the process – write in a candidate. There are more than the candidates of the two major parties running for office despite what the lamestream government-controlled entertainment enemedia parades in front of the camera. Because of the way the States have structured the election process, particularly to appear on the ballot, the names of these candidates will not appear on most States’ ballots. And, with the manipulation of the public by the LGCEE, many citizens will not even question the possibility of other candidates and devout party-liners will declare a vote for a candidate outside the party ensures a Democrat party win. Yeah, you know who you are.
Citizens, all of us, have become willing victims to the government cabal. But, we don’t have to be victims. Since citizens elect both their representatives and Senators, citizens can recall both. The State government can say there is no recall process; but, using the logic that if the people elected the person and the people are unhappy, the people should be able to recall, aka fire, the person by nullifying their support. The State should have zero input. The notice of recall can be sent to the Master of Arms of the House to remove the candidate and the people should have the ability to select the replacement until the next election cycle. Same with the Senate – remember, the States abdicated their voice in federal government through appointing Senators when ratifying the amendment to elect Senators by popular vote. Despite the Constitution allowing for each chamber to expel one of their members for bad behavior, neither will, neither does, and neither has. It then falls to the States and citizens. If the State won’t, the citizens can and should. Citizens should also work to get the 22nd Amendment repealed.
Unless the people reassert their authority over government, party aka disbanding the parties, and hold the State and federal government to the Constitution involving the election process, nothing will change. The issue becomes one of choosing yellow snow or red snow. The choice remains with the people. Republicans have sold America down the river. Democrats have sold America down the river. So, which party has citizens and America first? Neither. Loyalty to one man as president because he wears “your” party jersey is stepping closer to dictatorship, despotism and tyranny. While citizens complained about Hussein Soetoro, citizens applauded Trump when he and the Senate sold out American sovereignty through the USMCA to an unelected bureaucracy.
It’s time to get out of the comfort zone. Look around and see what embracing the comfort zone has produced. But, don’t take my word for it. Do the research and think for yourself.
Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media