Posted by Shane Hanson on August 10, 1998 at 15:02:57:
In Reply to: Re: A Through Defining Of Contracts posted by Tom on August 08, 1998 at 09:12:49:
I am not sure why you think me to be misguided or missinformed. I beleive you have missunderstood my intentions with these postings. I do not claim that this theory is acurate. I am still working out many of the details that is why I posted it here so I could get some constructive thought for or against it that would help me find the facts needed to support, change, or total disreguard this theory.
If anyone has information in support of or in opposition of my theory I am willing to make full use of it.
I do not quite follow your line of thinking, that the Constitution is nothing more than raw political power. I feel it is a contract between "We The People" and our government. Laying out what exactly government official can and cannot do. And that they have violated that contract allowing us to totally disreguard and ignor this government and reestabish our government starting over at the Constitution.
As for studying the USC I am working on it, that is a study that may take a year or more doing it full time. But my question would be does the USC even apply to State Citizen. Considering that it is not law it's just some more a comertial Codes or regulation only applying to corpate persons in or under the United States (i.e. District of Columbia, Peurto Rico, Guam, America Samoa, Virgin Ilands). The only usefull purpose for the USC would be for finding you way to freedom once enslaved to it.
A labor in the work,
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