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Saturday, July 28, 2007

Federals, State, Earth

The argument over executive privilege is the argument for the right of the president, the ultimate Federalist representation, to supercede the rights of States, our founding documents, and the liberties of the individual that they outline.

The Federal government should not have the right to intercede in our lives, but where it governs the actions of the states. The States need to act locally. The Federal government is where states organize together to think or act globally. The president is not the king.

He's the coach of the states' representatives and senators, who in turn represent the wills of the people within the documents of liberty. Coordinating for international war and economic warfare should not be a playing factor. Effort should be made to cause these things to be less important. They are games in which billions of lives swing. This is remarkably dangerous.


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