Saturday, December 11, 2010

Walter E. Williams: Moral or Immoral Government

What doctor Williams may not know is that the government was dissolved on March 9, 1933.  If this were not so explain to me how government could be doing all the unconstitutional acts doctor Williams refers to in his essay.

Walter Williams: "When the principles of self-ownership are taken into account, two-thirds to three-quarters of what Congress does violate those principles to one degree or another as well as the Constitution to which they've sworn to uphold and defend. In 1794, when Congress appropriated $15,000 to assist some French refugees, James Madison, the father of our Constitution, stood on the floor of the House to object, saying, "I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents." Did James Madison miss something in the Constitution?"

Now read the proof that our Constitution died in March of 1933.

Read the page links to this blog for more of government's own documents that prove we are not under normal constitutional rule.

What could be more immoral than a government that hides the fact from the people that the constitution has been only something they pay lip service to for over 77 years? 

Williams opens his essay with, "Immorality in government lies at the heart of our nation's problems. Deficits, debt and runaway government are merely symptoms. What's moral and immoral conduct can be complicated, but needlessly so. I keep things simple and you tell me where I go wrong."

Like doctor Williams I keep it simple.  You tell me where I have gone wrong about the state of emergency rule.

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