THE RAMIFICATION OF THE SCOTUS INACTION By Lynn Stuter
December 16, 2008
On December 5, 2008, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), in conference, decided to address Donofrio vs Wells by not addressing it; by simply denying the writ of certiorari.
On December 12, 2008, the Supreme Court of the United States, in conference, decided to address Wrotnowski vs Bysiewicz, et al, by not addressing it; by simply denying the application to stay the election and denying the injunction disallowing the Electoral College to vote on December 15, 2008.
There are more lawsuits in the works; it is doubtful SCOTUS will give them a hearing either; choosing, instead, to simply side-step the issue without explanation or justification.
What are the ramifications of the SCOTUS refusal to address the issue of the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to the office of president under Article II, Section 1, United States Constitution?
Edwin Vieira, a constitutional attorney, has written two very good articles on this subject:
He has also been quoted in these articles on WorldNetDaily:
After reading these articles, one realizes, of course, that the ramifications will be far-reaching if SCOTUS continues to side-step this issue.
But let’s look at this from another angle.
Barack Hussein Obama has provided us the avenue to do away with a government that is so far out of control that it’s like a car careening down an ice-covered road. You know it’s out of control; you know it’s going to crash; it’s just a matter of when and where.
How, you ask, has Barack Hussein Obama provided us this avenue?
Follow the reasoning here.
The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) is the judicial branch established by the U.S. Constitution. Granted they are no longer the judicial branch but the legal arm of the statist regime, but that’s a story for another time. Here, we shall stick to the intent of the U.S. Constitution, as established and, at this time, still in force. On January 20, 2009, that may not be the case.
The U.S. Constitution requires all justices to take an oath to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution. In refusing to hear Donofrio vs Wells and Wrotnowski vs Bysiewicz, et al, challenging the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to the office of president as required by Article II, Section 1, United States Constitution, SCOTUS has refused their charge to defend the U.S. Constitution in the name of the people of the United States whom they serve. The sum result of their refusal is to declare the United States Constitution null and void. To repeat, the sum result of their refusal is to declare the United States Constitution null and void.
I want to thank “Borderraven” for the aforementioned. Right on!
The ramifications of SCOTUS declaring the U.S. Constitution null and void are far-reaching. First and foremost; the United States of America no longer exists. As such,
1. POTUS, SCOTUS and Congress no longer have a job. They can all go home where they will have no pensions and no job, just like all the people whose jobs they’ve sold to foreign countries via NAFTA, CAFTA and GATT.
2. All U.S. government employees no longer have a job. They can all go home. The list this covers is quite extensive but would include the military, federal law enforcement (including the CIA), prisons—everything the federal government has got its fingers into including the Federal Bank of Thievery (commonly known as the Federal Reserve Bank) and the Infernal Revenue Service or IRS.
3. Each of the fifty states that came together to form the union of states known as the United States of America is now a sovereign nation, with its own government and own capital already established. No longer will the federal government be meddling in state affairs under the banner of “Big Brother knows best.”
4. All the federal laws, passed since the United States of America was formed, no longer have force of law, cannot be enforced. They are now relegated to the scrap heap of what once was a great nation.
Just think …
1 – The national debt has just been wiped out! No longer are we burdened by the debt of the tax and spend Congress!
2 – No longer will there be a CIA to meddle in the affairs of other nations. Other nations will, no doubt, appreciate that! Of course, other nations will also have to stand on their own two feet and take care of their own. Too bad if they can’t. No more crying to the United States of America for protection and no more foreign aid.
3 – No longer will there be an FBI to murder innocent civilians as happened at Waco in Texas and Ruby Ridge in Idaho.
4 – No more will there be jack-booted thugs repelling down buildings in various cities across the U.S. in the dead of night, scaring people to death as they carry out their urban warfare training exercises.
5 – No longer will our young men and women be sent to invade foreign lands because of some egotistical whack-job in the Oval Office who sees them as fodder in the grist mills of imperial expansionism.
6 – No longer will DC be interfering in the education of our children, dumbing them down through behaviorally oriented systems education.
7 – No more arguing over whether the 16th Amendment was really ratified or not and whether it applies to the product of one’s labor; the point just became moot.
8 – No more stealing from the American taxpayers to bailout the federal government’s Wall Street buddies.
The list is endless but you no doubt get the idea.
Just think of all the money the people will save by not having the U.S. government stealing from them at every turn!
President Bush can turn out the lights as he leaves the White House for the last time on January 20, 2009. He can retire to his new living quarters where he can bow before the craven image of the Allah he believes is the same as God; read the Bible that he believes “is probably just a story”; and worship at the alter of evolution that he believes is just as viable an explanation of the creation of all we see about us as what the Bible tells us. We will be forever spared the prospect of another buffoon holding the executive power Bush held for the last eight years that he used to destroy and dismantle this country executive order by executive order!
We wish him god-speed (the god of his choice, of course) as he starts his new life, hopefully in Cuba! A fitting place for a man who thought the U.S. Constitution was just a “g-d piece of paper”. Of course, there will be no pension for any of the former commanders-in-thief who are still kicking! The same is true of retired Congress-critters!
All the federal office buildings, so prominent on the DC skyline, will stand empty and deserted; the statues and monuments a constant reminder of a country that was once strong, vibrant, and free but that is no more.
The last joker off Capitol Hill, please turn out the lights!!!
Thank you, Barack Hussein Obama! You ran on a platform of “change”, and change we got thanks to you, thanks to SCOTUS refusing to uphold their oaths of office, thereby doing themselves and their fellow federal servants out of a job.
And to think the estimated 67,000,000 million people who voted for you had no idea, when they voted for you, just what kind of “change” they were going to bring about!
Yes we can … oh, yes, we can …
“Free at last, free at last, Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!!!!” —Martin Luther King
© 2008 Lynn M. Stuter – All Rights Reserved
Activist and researcher, Stuter has spent the last fifteen years researching systems theory and systems philosophy with a particular emphasis on education as it pertains to achieving the sustainable global environment. She home schooled two daughters. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance, the sustainable global environment and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and a growing body of citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation from a Constitutional Republic to a participatory democracy. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.
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