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Establishment Republicans Omit Crucial Passage in Constitution Reading Stunt

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Kurt Nimmo
Prison Planet.com
Friday, January 7, 2011

The Constitution reading stunt performed by establishment Republicans designed to placate a co-opted Tea Party fizzled Thursday when Congress critters failed to recite the entire document. It is rather interesting to note what part they left out.

“Democrats asked why original sections that later were amended, including references to slaves, were left out of the recital, and lawmakers initially did not catch that a couple of key paragraphs were omitted when two pages got stuck together,” reports the Associated Press.

Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., the organizer of the stunt, later admitted the omission and returned to the House floor and read the missing part into the Congressional Record.

Republicans had earlier failed to read Article IV and Article V.

Section 4 of Article IV reads as follows: “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.”

In the Southwest, the United States is currently experiencing not only an unprecedented invasion of illegal immigrants, but the unrestricted flow of slave traders and drug smugglers. The United States government has not addressed this problem and has failed to protect the states.

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This invasion and the spill-over of violence from the Mexican narco state represents “domestic violence” against the American people.


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Some scholars and historians argue that Section 4 is the most significant part of the Constitution. It was the motivating force behind the delegates convening in Philadelphia in 1787. They wanted to create a federal government capable of protecting the people from foreign invasion and violent threats from within.

Alexander Hamilton considered domestic dangers “more alarming than the arms and arts of foreign nations.”

In addition, the federal government, under the rule of both Democrats and Republicans, has not guaranteed to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government.

In fact, the federal government has worked tirelessly to eradicate the republicanism of the states and has supplanted it with creeping federalism. This process began with the Lincoln administration during the so-called Civil War (otherwise known as the War of Northern Aggression) and has increased significantly over the last fifty or so years.

Maybe those pages did stick together as claimed. Maybe they were intentionally omitted.

Regardless of the explanation, the fact remains that the federal government and rule by Republicans and Democrats threatens the states and undermines the Constitution.

The international banksters and their coterie of globalists are sworn enemies of the Constitution and especially the Bill of Rights. Globalism demands not only the elimination of the states, but also national borders and sovereignty.

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It is no mistake the federal government has failed to live up to Section 4 of Article IV and has allowed an unchecked tidal wave of illegal immigrants and criminals to cross the border.

It is an integral part of the globalist agenda.

This article was posted: Friday, January 7, 2011 at 8:03 am

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