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MOU #4 An update on Healthcare Reform and Congressional corruption

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by: Marti Oakley (C) copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

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“That it is the right of the people using the process of nullification, to void any federal law on the basis of state sovereignty.  Be also advised that public health is a non-positive law and exists in the corporate US Code & Title as only prima facie evidence:  this means it cannot be used as evidence of criminal conduct and cannot be used as a rebuttal for defense of the state. 

Also be advised, that as non-positive code, healthcare reform acts are unenforceable.  Neither can these acts be codified into federal law, even if entered into the Federal register as they are not in the enumerated powers of the federal government.”

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MOU #4 An update on Healthcare Reform and Congressional corruption

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Consider this a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to all members of the Senate, all members of the House, and to President Obama.  I am sure you are fully aware of the intent and implications of MOUs, as each of you, in one way or another, uses them to establish the outlining of agreements between yourselves, collectively or individually, concerning the agreements you have made with individuals acting as state’s representatives or agencies; generally to avoid Constitutional prohibitions on your intended actions and in avoidance of the Constitution.  I am using it in quite another fashion as you will see in the following text. More

Our water rights at risk: MN. Jim Oberstr attempting to re-write water rights

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Troubled Waters

 Posted 04/23/2010 07:07 PM ET

Regulation: Rep. James Oberstar wants to rewrite the Clean Water Act. If the Minnesota Democrat gets his way, the federal government will have even greater authority to take private property.

This isn’t Oberstar’s first attempt. In 2007 he also tried to rewrite the water bill. He and others weren’t happy with Supreme Court rulings that defined the limits Washington has over bodies of water that have no nexus to navigable waters.

They want full federal control over all waters.

Consequently, changing the law has become an obsession for Oberstar, and not a harmless one. Should his rewrite become law, property owners will pay.

Oberstar, who represents the 8th District in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, wants to strike from the Clean Water Act the word “navigable,” a restriction in the original bill based on constitutional principles that limit Washington’s regulatory reach.

Without that check, the federal apparatus will have dominion over all waters in America. Rainstorm puddles, mud holes, drainage and irrigation ditches, ponds, intermittent streams and prairie potholes on private lands. These have nothing to do with interstate commerce, but would suddenly be subject to federal rules — as would adjacent property — if the word is removed from the law.

This would be a historic expansion of federal authority and has the potential to be a gross violation of Americans’ liberty.

Farmers should be particularly concerned. The Oberstar bill gives federal regulators the power to police farming practices and to take their land through regulatory restrictions if those practices are deemed to be in violation of the law.

With the federal government already hobbling California farmers by denying them water, in large part due to the Endangered Species Act, Oberstar’s ambition is an existential threat to farms. More

When did the House start “deeming” instead of voting?

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D o w n s i z e r – D i s p a t c h

Later this week, the House leadership intends to . . .

* pass the Senate 2,700 page healthcare reform bill, clearing it for President Obama’s signature
* but pretend that they didn’t

It’s a mind-boggling process suggested by Rule Committee Chair Rep. Louise Slaughter. To summarize . . .

* before Congress can pass a reconciliation bill “fixing” the Senate’s bill, the House must first pass the Senate bill and the President must sign it into law
* but the House doesn’t want an up-or-down vote on the unpopular Senate bill
* so instead the House will tie the Senate bill and the reconciliation bill together in a Rules Committee resolution
* which says that if the reconciliation bill passes, then the original Senate bill will be “DEEMED” to have been passed
* the Senate bill can then be signed into law, after which the Senate will (supposedly) proceed to consider the reconciliation bill

How can they do this? Because the House Rules Committee can propose anything that it pleases. More

ObamaCare – The “Deem” Scheme!

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CitizensCouncilonHealthCare info@cchconline.org

There are amazing machinations underway to try to escape traditional (and constitutional) voting protocols in the U.S. House of Representatives. Democrats are said to be following the “Slaughter Strategy” devised by Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY).

Here’s the plan: Essentially, the House wants to “DEEM” that they have passed the Senate bill when they pass the reconciliation budget bill to amend (fix) the Senate bill. Then they want the President to sign the Senate health care bill that they never voted on. Then they want the Senate to agree to pass the reconciliation bill that the House voted on to fix the Senate bill that the House never voted on. With me still? This is unprecedented corruption and unconstitutionality.

Capitol Switchboard: (202) 224-3121. More contact info at http://www.contactingthecongress.org Contact your Members and the 30 members of the U.S. House who are “on the fence.” They are listed with their phone numbers at http://www.dickmorris.com. Tell them that they took an Oath of Office to defend, not upend, the Constitution…and you’re holding them accountable!

The McCarran-Ferguson Act: Repealing this act will put insurance into Admiralty law

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Repealing this act will put insurance into Admiralty law.

The Enumerated Powers Act

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 This latest dispatch from DownsizeDC should be read by every one.  Understand, congress does not have the authority to pass most of the legislation they then call “laws” and that these so-called “laws” are not enforceable. ___________

D o w n s i z e r – D i s p a t c h


The Enumerated Powers Act (EPA) requires that every bill must specify its source of Constitutional authority. This would prove very embarrassing to Congress, because there is no Constitutional authority for most of what they pass.

Good news!

Two more House members have co-sponored EPA over the past month, bringing the toal to 56. Sadly, the Senate is still stuck at 22 co-sponsors. You can find . . .

* The House co-sponsors here:  * And the Senate co-sponsors here:

Let’s flood Congress with letters demanding that every member co-sponsor the Enumerated Powers Act.

Here is what I wrote in my letter . . . More

Wisconsin Independent Consumers &Farmers Assoc. (WICFA):News alert

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For More information on this matter contact WICFA.org

WICFA et. al.

To whom these gifts shall come, greetings from those who stand the gap in Wisconsin.  Due to the diligent efforts of those here we have aided the Monchilovich family in their endeavors in obtaining a motion hearing for a new trial.  Despite the attempts of groups foreign to our Republic and well-being, we will continue to seek remedy at law and in equity for the grievous assaults upon the people and properties within this Republic of Wisconsin. 
Having tried the Monchiloviches in traffic court, which lay outside the courts statutory authority, redress is sought for failing to provide lawful due process.  Let us all wish Pat and Melissa and their four children a happy holiday season in light of a new hope for the future.
Let those who have need now come and contact WICFA for our support that we may aid them also.  The hearing is scheduled for May 18th at 3 p.m. in Branch 1 of the Polk Co. Justice Center.  See you there.
Motion for Retrial attached below.    More

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