Skip to comments.A sad farewell to the U.S. Constitution (calls GOP treasonous for eligibility inaction)
Posted on 08/29/2012 10:10:53 AM PDT by Perseverando
Exclusive: Christopher Monckton of Brenchley calls GOP treasonous for eligibility inaction
The U.S. Constitution was a magnificent document. In that long, hot Philadelphia summer, your Founding Fathers thoughtfully debated the instrument of your freedom a document that inspires all of us who no longer live in the knowledge that the only people who can impose laws or taxes upon us are those whom we have elected.
In todays Europe, we are ruled by faceless Kommissars elected by none, accountable to none, removable by none. By contrast, the United States is still, in Walt Whitmans memorable phrase, the athletic democracy. Or, rather, it was.
For your governing class has cravenly abandoned the Constitution. Faced with one of the most flagrant and persisting breaches of that great charter of freedom in your nations history, they totter fightless from the field.
This is what your Constitution says:
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President.
No ifs. No buts. This is the ancient and sensible ius soli: you are a citizen of the nation on whose soil you were born. Not born here? Go and play president somewhere else.
There is no room in this column to point out all of the obvious defects in Mr. Obamas transparently forged birth certificate. I have summarized them in a briefing for my Peers. Get it from www.moncktononline.com. Forgery has been committed. The fraudsters should be locked up forever.
But the real criminals are those in high office who know Mr. Obamas birth certificate is a forgery but willfully, sullenly do absolutely nothing about it.
Mr. Romney made a joke of the bogus birth certificate and then, characteristically, flip-flopped and apologized.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
He closes his article with:
"To all my Republican friends I say this. You will come to regret, and regret bitterly, the day you stood down when you should have stood up and stood to. You should have upheld the Constitution. You betrayed it. Not only you but your nation will pay dearly for your treason by inaction.
The world will miss the U.S. Constitution. You have let the torch in the hand of Liberty flicker and die. Why?"
Gotta love this guy.
He certainly makes a fine point.
Then there was the Phoenix.
This republic has had plenty of very low points in its history, and we have the “privilege” of living in one of its lowest or THE lowest.
If we’re going down, we’re gonna have to go down fighting. There being no other honorable choice.
I am eagerly waiting for Repub convention speakers especially the top two to give reverence remarks of dedication to the Founders of the USA and the Constitution we were given. It is very important to address today’s conditions but unless the actions are within the framework of the Constitution the USA is loosing It’s exceptional qualities.
Read my tagline.
The American Constitution is "the most wonderful work ever struck off at a given moment by the brain and purpose of man." - Sir William Gladstone
Christopher Monckton for president!!
Hey, if BeeHOe can do it, why not a Brit?
Makes it simple and clear, doesn’t he?
How very true!
We have come to a point in American history where, those who would heroically try to faithfully apply the Constitution today, would end up in orange jumpsuits tomorrow.
We have passed the point of no return and must now be prepared to take that wild rollercoaster ride downward.
The cancer is in the People.
They have no faith in their understanding of wrong and right. They cower in the face of criticism and name-calling and allow their feelings to be manipulated by educators, journalists and commentators who have only their own interests at heart.
The individual American sense of independence and self-worth has been destroyed and replaced. Reagan was right about social engineering.
Lord Monckton is a better American than many who call themselves American.
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