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Constitutionalists needed as electors in 2008 election!
Posted By Devvy Kidd On 04/01/2005 @ 1:00 am In Commentary | Comments Disabled
“I am concerned for the security of our great nation, not so much because of any threat from without, but because of the insidious forces working from within.”
– General Douglas MacArthur
America cannot afford to put another new world order facilitator in the White House. America cannot afford to put one more current or past member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission or any other globalist organization in the White House. Whether people choose to believe it or not, this constitutional republic is being destroyed from within by individuals who have bought into the one-world government nightmare.
America’s sovereignty has been all but destroyed by unconstitutional treaties like NAFTA, GATT and – soon – the FTAA (Free Trade Area of the Americas), which Mr. Bush demands be signed by the end of this year. If the FTAA gets ratified, America will have finally surrendered the last of our sovereignty to foreign nations and, as the old saying goes, “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”
The president of these United States of America is the individual who is tasked under the Constitution, Article 2, Section 2, regarding treaties: “He shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur.” Since America unconstitutionally began its participation in the communist-controlled “United Nations,” America has incurred one international, disastrous war after another with the aforementioned treaties speeding up the death process of our republic.
The past two elections have seen Americans rise up in anger because Gore won the popular vote, while the other side of the controlled opposition, Bush, won the election since he received more electoral college votes. While I vote every election, no elector has cast his or her vote for my choice as president for the past 20 years – that individual has cast their electoral college vote for their party.
It is absolutely imperative that Americans learn how electors are selected for the electoral college – especially for their state. One only need remember that Ross Perot received 8 percent of the popular vote, yet he didn’t get a single Electoral College vote. If we don’t get a majority number of constitutionalists as Electoral College delegates in 2008, America will get another new-world-order puppet.
(The General Election and Electoral College) As in the primary, only the names of the candidates and their vice-presidential running mates appear on the ballot. However, we are again not voting directly for the candidate, but for a slate of electors pledged to that candidate, who will, in turn, elect the president and vice president when the Electoral College convenes in December.
The Electoral College is a body of citizens elected in each state to cast their ballots for president and vice president of the United States. Elector numbers are allocated to the states based on each one’s representation in Congress – one elector for each of the two senators, one for each member of the House of Representatives. California has 55 electoral votes because we have two senators, 53 members of the House.
On the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December … the electors representing the party whose presidential slate carried the state, assemble in the Assembly Chambers of the State Capitol at 2:00 p.m. to cast their votes, voting separate ballots for president and vice president.
The pre-pledged electors for the 2004 electronic-machine-controlled elections in California broke down as: Kerry (55), Bush (55), American Independent (55), Green (55), Libertarian (55) and Peace & Freedom (55). All 55 of California’s electoral college votes went for Kerry. As I said in a column last year, a one-time protest vote will not clean up the corruption inside the parties, nor will it elect a president. California’s representation in Congress are all Republicans and Democrats, as are 90 percent of registered voters.
Andrew Jackson, America’s seventh president, wanted the electoral college abolished. Jacksonians often referred to the 1824 election as the “Stolen Election” because while Jackson won the popular vote hands down, he did not have enough electoral votes to automatically win the presidency. The election then had to be decided by the House of Representatives.
Every once in a while, someone raises the issue of should the electoral college be abolished? Americans will have to form their own opinion on that, but as long as the two socialist parties run this country, there will be no changes while our republic is deliberately destroyed and brought to her knees. It is the agenda of the global masters who own Washington, D.C., lock, stock and vote.
The only way that will change is to boot them all out of office with Operation Clean Sweep. What has been done can be undone, but we must get constitutionalists elected, not more professional politicians who represent a world body and who will continue to flush our republic down the sewer of globalism.
Under our current system, the electors decide the day and we desperately need constitutionalists as electors in 2008. If this is going to happen, you must begin the process now of getting inside your party at the local level, educate them on the planned destruction of America and get yourself selected as an elector. We are on the cliff and the good ship is going down unless Americans make saving this republic their No. 1 priority and forget the good times.
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