The Constitution belongs to We the People. We know God rules above any enterprise calling itself (or her/himself) sovereign. We know that God established His sovereignty on We the People in the English settled America. We can see who the Constitution for the United States is answerable to. Take a look:
“We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
Many, including me, believe our present United States government is not Constitutional. Rather than securing the God given rights of the People, this present America government is choking those rights. The Declaration of Independence addressed that possible event:
That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
What to do? The Constitution for the United States of America is the oldest governing document in the History of the world. Is the proper course to abolish and replace the Constitution with something else?
Before answering that, let’s define the problem. The Constitution, under Article I, vested most power in the Congress. The Congress, throughout the past century, has relinquished most of that power to the Executive and Judicial branches.
The Judicial branch—including the Supreme Court—ignores the Constitution at will. In a recent example, National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, Chief Justice Roberts actually rewrote part of the Affordable Care Act in order to rule that forcing Americans to buy something (health insurance) is a (Constitutional) tax.
The Executive, going back at least as far as President Franklin D. Roosevelt and arguably back to Woodrow Wilson, freely allocates resources at will without regard to the Congress or the People. The Executive Order has been used on an expanding basis to rule from the Oval Office. The present Executive, Barak H. Obama, has literally grabbed more power than the all the previous Presidents combined. The People have effectively been rendered powerless serfs.
The time has come. We the People must act. Following the Declaration we might at first glance determine to replace the Constitution as all others from France to Egypt have done. That would be a more egregious mistake than all the previous wrong turns combined. The Constitution is fine. It is the present UNCONSTITUTIONAL three branches that must be replaced.
First we must start, under God, with the Congress. To change the Congress, We the People must change the members of Congress. A super-majority of the Congress, committed to We the People under God—not vested interests, must act to reclaim its Constitutional role. That can be accomplished in the next two Congressional Elections. The executive is second. We the People under God must find and elect a President in 2016 that is equally committed to returning the greatest Nation of earth to Constitutional governance. Beginning in 2017, the Congress and Executive must establish immediate loyalty from the military (not easy). They must quickly get control of the firepower that’s in the hands of the several agencies that appear menacing and ominous. At this time identifying each of those agencies is not even possible.
We must not assume these three Federal branches are the only out of control power. In his new Thriller, Hidden Order, Brad Thor will inform us of very real and very sinister secret non-governmental powers at large in this present darkness.
Of course this total reversal in direction will be challenged in court every step of the way by the Marxist Progressives. Remember this, the Judiciary, the branch established under Article III, only has power at the pleasure of the other two branches. They (the other two) for example, could replace the entire Supreme Court! Remember Jefferson and Madison cut the Judiciary in half.
Our experience tells us the course of action outlined above is not possible. Surely such an effort would be crushed before it ever got off the ground. Senator Church warned as much. But we must pay attention to the formation of our force. This cannot be an uprising against entrenched power by the rag-tags that we are. This must be of God. This must only be God’s will and God’s way. We must seek only His outcome. To do only His will, we must clearly know good from evil and light from darkness. We must, at all times and in all circumstances, stand in the light and with the good. Let us commence.