Posted by KatNip on September 19, 1998 at 03:05:44:
In Reply to: Re: Political rights of federal states are franchises, held as privileges posted by djf on September 19, 1998 at 02:12:55:
History recollects that the federal compact,
albeit commercial, was between the States...
excepting the 14th amendment, please inform
us how you became a party to that compact.
"No private person has a right to complain
by suit in court on the ground of a breach
of the United States constitution; for,
though the constitution is a compact, he
is not a party to it." Padelford v. City of
Savannah, 14 Ga. 438, 520 (Ga. 1854).
: Martin, no one questions that there was a change affected by the civil war. No one questions that you are extremely well informed about the subject. Yet the facts are these, that under the Organic Constitution of 1787, a natural person born in a Union state is a Citizen of that state, and a national of the United States of America. Not a subject of Congresses exclusive legislative authority. What you are saying may be believed to be true, color of law, as it would supercede and suspend the Constitution, which cannot be done by the authority of anyone VESTED IN HIM BY THE CONSTITUTION ITSELF. The CRS has admitted as late as 1967 that the 14th amendment was not properly ratified, which is just another way of saying it was never ratified. If what you are saying is true, then go to the link below and read the opinion, the only conclusion would be that massive fraud has been perpetrated, for why rule this way if martial law is in place. There is no NEED.
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