Reaffirming The Republic


I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the democracy for which it stands.... Wait a minute, the United States of America are not a democracy, they are a republic!

Yes, it’s the United States of America are, not the United States of America is. But that’s another topic for another day. At this point we need to understand the difference between a democracy and a republic. It all has to do with what rights you have and where you derive those rights from. It also has to do with what rights can be voted away from you by a majority of the voting public.

In a democracy any or all of your rights including those derived through your ownership of property can and eventually will be voted away. In a republic you have certain unalienable rights along with rights you obtain from ownership of property those rights can not be voted on, questioned amended or usurped by any branch of government or any voting body.

You are the highest authority in matters concerning any or all of your property. Be it as insignificant as a pencil in your pocket or as considerable as the home you live in. You are the highest authority.
The United States of America has many problems and challenges today, these challenges are being compounded by an unconstitutional government. The answers are in the constitution! We the people most read and discus the constitution and it’s supporting documents as a starting point to reaffirming it’s powers, it’s privileges, and returning The United States of America to the republic it was born to be.

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