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Common man wants presidency

30 Aug 2007

By DeShayla Bryant
News-Gazette Staff Writer

St. Cloud resident Bob Adkins wants to change the U.S. voting system and reach out to the common citizen by running for president of the United States in 2008.

Adkins said he is a common man who will use ordinary methods to run the country. He plans to qualify by fee for the national office next summer.

“I keep fighting trying to get someone to step up to the plate to get a new voting system into place, and no one ever will,” Adkins said. “In 2000, they locked up the vote. To me, that was the greatest insult America has ever had. Our government, at that time, told us that they did not need us.”

Adkins, 60, has worked in construction all his life and owns Cody Contracting Company.

In the last 10 years, Adkins has twice run unsuccessfully for Osceola County commissioner and once for Florida governor.

He attributed the losses to the failing voting system and the possibility of being an unpopular candidate.

Nevertheless, Adkins said he would build a support base in St. Cloud and Osceola County before he begins to take his campaign on the road.

“I haven’t quit trying,” Adkins said. “If people band together, I do have a chance.”

Adkins planned to fix the voting system by reducing the power of the Electoral College and dissolving the two-party system he said was corrupt.

“We are divided between the Democratic and Republican parties. Since George Washington, there’s never been a president elected by the people,” Adkins said. “This country belongs to us, not to the government.”

Adkins was a Democrat at one time, but he said when he began to fight the voting issues and received no support from his party, he became independent. He has received few contributions so far and has not yet chosen a running mate.

He said the presidency always seemed to be reserved for millionaires, lawyers, actors and businessmen with connections and hidden agendas.

To run for president, the only three requirements are to be at least 35 years old, be a natural-born American citizen and have been living in the United States for at least 14 years.

According to the Florida Department of State, Division of Elections, non-party affiliated candidates must qualify in their state of residency on or before Aug. 29, 2008.

By July 15, 2008, non-party candidates must have a petition of 104,338 signatures from registered electors of the state. A fee of 10 cents per name must be paid to the county supervisor of elections office. The cost could be waived by filing an undue burden oath, which states that a candidate cannot afford the fee.

Adkins said he will likely pay the fee but has not yet begun collecting signatures.

The president makes an annual salary of $400,000.

Volunteers in Adkins’ St. Cloud office said he is gaining more support each day.

“He has more support than people realize,” volunteer Edward Pratt said. “He has support around the nation.”

Adkins, a U.S. Army veteran who fought in the Vietnam War, said he even has theories on how to withdraw American troops from Iraq without harm.

“Everybody wants a change,” Adkins said. “America was based on freedom, which gave the world something to look up to. Now, they aren’t looking up to us. The government took their eyes off the main goal. America needs a change.”

For more information about Adkins, visit www.bobsway.net or call 407-891-1614

 

 

Orlando Sentinel-

 

"When they [George and Jeb Bush] locked up the vote, both of them, to me, committed treason!

ED SACKETT/ORLANDO SENTINEL

 

BOB WANTS ELECTION HIS WAY

A St. Cloud crusader is suing the governor and other officials to

change the state's ballots.

By WILLOUGHBY MARIANO

SENTINEL STAFF WRITER

ST. CLOUD—Bob Adkins wants it his way.

For four years, this lone political crusader crisscrossed the state grabbing hold of whatever he could to get it: political savvy gleaned from library books and an eighth-grade education; a dump truck and pickup for campaign buses; his own bank account for a war chest.

Now Adkins, 60, has filed a suit he wrote himself against Gov. Jeb Bush, Attorney General Charlie Crist and a roster of other state officials to demand they change the state's voting system to the Bob's Way Ballot, a method he cobbled together alone.

He knows his passion has made some see him as a crank, but he said he believes he must win.

"The vote is the most powerful weapon in the world today," Adkins declares in his cluttered trailer on a dusty patch of earth south of St. Cloud where he rails against the policies of President Bush and his younger brother, the governor. "When they locked up the vote in 2000, both of them, to me, committed treason."

Defendants in the case want it dismissed.

"We are confident that our attorney will win," says JoAnn Carrin, a spokeswoman for the Attorney General's Office.

Bob’s ballot would use vote by pen, visible tally

 

Adkins reckons the rights of the American people are on his side. ,

Wife rejects his battle

An aging working man with a sturdy build, Democrat Adkins is used to the hard life of an underdog. From a room stuffed with a computer and campaign and POW-MIA memorabilia, he recalls getting injured in the Vietnam War, two failed County Commission races and the pitfalls of what he calls his "bullheaded" nature.

Adkins says he lost friends over his rabble-rousing. Although he's an energetic Bush opponent, his views have put him on the outskirts of the local Democratic Party. Even his wife of 35 years despises his cause.

"I believe that Bush" is a godsend," Carol Jean Adkins, 56, said. "I don't believe in what he [Adkins] is doing at all."

Bob Adkins takes a philosophical approach to rejection, acknowledging that working people risk everything when fighting the government.,

"There is a cost to being an outsider," he said. "It's hard to understand, but the system protects itself. Once you become an outsider, the system becomes closed to you."

During the 2000 presidential election, in which controversies over ballot counting and voter registrations ended in a razor-thin victory for President Bush, the outsider was the Florida voter, Adkins said. He decided to fight.

"Someone's gotta do it," Adkins said.

This is his final, great struggle — this and building a fine house for his long-suffering wife on the same dusty patch where his trailer sits. He will not back down.

"I've lost it all. I've got nothing," Adkins said "All I have left is the fight within me."

Own vote doesn't show up

Adkins launched a write-in campaign for governor in 2002. To express his rage at the government's handling of the 2000 election, he built a giant cage of PVC pipe, canvas and barbed wire as a symbol of how the state "locked up" the vote by failing to count some of it. He put the cage on a 35-foot trailer, hitched it to his dump truck and campaigned from Tallahassee to South Florida.

"I lived in it [the cage] for a while, I was so broke," Adkins admits. He lost the race, of course, but continues to hand out leaflets, go to rallies and even appear on a local liberal talk show. He voted for himself and counts the fact that state tallies included no votes for him as more evidence that the system is corrupt.

The Florida Department of State has a different take. Adkins failed to file proper documentation, says Jenny Nash, a spokeswoman with the department.

"He did not qualify as a write-in candidate," Nash said. The state does not tally votes for those who don't qualify. [Note: See Below]

Though Adkins' crusade is unique, his anger isn't. The state's voting system was a flash point for people of all political persuasions, says Michael D. Martinez, a voting-rights expert at the University of Florida. But in this struggle, Adkins' chances are slim, he says.

"It sounds to me like the odds are stacked against him, in terms of knowing his way around the courtroom," Martinez said.

Doesn't trust electronics

Regardless, Adkins remains resolute. His way of voting is simple, he explains — using a sample Bob's Way Ballot he paid to have printed on copy paper and a diagram he included in his three-page, self-filed lawsuit.

In 'Adkins' system, each voter is numbered. You mark your vote with a pen. You get a receipt to say you voted and a copy of your filled-out ballot on yellow paper. Each time a manual ballot-counter receives a vote, a television screen with a counter visible to all in the precinct ticks one more ballot filed. This way, you know your vote was counted.

Adkins doesn't trust electronic voting systems or the money that backs modern-day political campaigns.

He insists the Republican Party has brought down his phone lines and his BobsWayBallot.org Web site.

He trusts in his silver Ford F-150 pickup painted with a star-spangled campaign ad in red, white and blue: "Bob's Way," it says. He trusts in American ideals.

"Did you ever stop to think that your one vote can save America?" he muses. "That's the power of the voter."

He'll get his voting reform through without campaign donations, a nod from his party or help from his closest friends. He'll do it Bob's way.

"He won't stop," Carol Adkins says. "That's just the way he is."

Willoughby Mariano can be reached at 407-931-5944 ^
orwmariano@orlandosentinel.com.

 

 

 

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Contrary to what the Florida Department of State told the reporter, the following document proves that the State of Florida is unreliable and untrustworthy:

STATE OF FLORIDA
FLORIDA ELECTIONS COMMISSION
In Re: Bob Adkins Case No.: FEC 02-458 D
________________________________________/ F.O. No.: DOSFEC 02-231 A
Report Due Date: 9/13/02 
DEFAULT FINAL ORDER 
THIS CAUSE was referred to the Florida Elections Commission by the filing officer for 
failure of the Respondent to pay the assessed fine. 
FINDINGS OF FACT 
1. The Commission is charged with enforcing Chapter 106, Florida Statutes, the 
campaign financing law. 
2. The Respondent was a state candidate. The Respondent’s campaign treasurer’s 
report was not filed with the filing officer on the designated due date. 
3. The filing officer fined the Respondent for the late filing of the report. The 
Respondent has failed to pay the assessed fine or to appeal to the Commission. 
CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 
4. The Commission has jurisdiction over the parties to and subject matter of this case, 
pursuant to Section 106.04 or 106.07, Florida Statutes. 
5. The Respondent’s failure to timely appeal the assessed fine constitutes a waiver of 
entitlement to an appeal, pursuant to Rule 2B-1.005(2), Florida Administrative Code. 
ORDER 
Based on the foregoing facts and conclusions of law, it is hereby 
ORDERED that the assessed fine of $50.00 is affirmed. The fine shall be paid to the 
Aut018 (8/01) 

filing officer within 30 days of the date this Default Final Order is received by the Respondent. 
DONE AND ENTERED by the Florida Elections Commission and filed with the Clerk of 
the Commission on December 31, 2002, in Tallahassee, Florida. 
Susan A. MacManus, Chairman 
Florida Elections Commission 
107 West Gaines Street 
Collins Building, Suite 224 
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050 
NOTICE OF RIGHT TO APPEAL 
Pursuant to Section 120.68, Florida Statutes, the Respondent may appeal the Commission’s 
Final Order to the appropriate district court of appeal by filing a notice of appeal both with the 
Clerk of the Florida Elections Commission and the Clerk of the district court of appeal. The 
notice must be filed within 30 days of the date this Final Order was filed and must be accompanied 
by the appropriate filing fee. 
Copies furnished to: 
Barbara M. Linthicum, Executive Director 
Bob Adkins, Respondent (certified mail) 
Division of Elections, Filing Officer 
Aut018 (8/01) 

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The Orlando Weekly -

Link to Bob's Article:
http://www.orlandoweekly.com/columns/story.asp?id=10700



Bob Adkins is mad as hell and he isn’t going to take it anymore. Well, actually, he’s been pretty steamed since the 2000 presidential elections in which democracy was stolen, right out from under us, and he hasn’t been taking it for awhile; he’s been out letting people know he’s pissed.

Adkins, 62, is a Vietnam vet who’s created a sort of cottage industry of outrage. He ran for governor in 2002 as a write-in candidate and plans to do the same this year. More to the point, he’s organizing a convoy from St. Cloud to Washington, D.C., to mourn the death of democracy. Upon his arrival, Adkins plans to file a lawsuit with the Supreme Court charging President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, President Clinton, former Vice President Al Gore, some members of the Supreme Court itself and a few choice Florida officials with treason.

“No longer do we control our government with our votes,” says Adkins. “They set up their own form of government up there.”


Adkins is no fool; he’s knows what he’s up against. In fact, he knows that a lot of people consider him crazy and/or dangerous. The fact that he’ll be towing a “caged coffin containing a bronze eagle symbolically looking over the names of fallen Veterans that he has collected in his travels” probably does little to convince them otherwise.

But representative government is dead, and this is no time to pussyfoot. “I get a good response [on the road],” Adkins reports. “Everybody says, ‘Yes, yes,’ but the fear factor is still there. They are crawling under the beds waiting for somebody else to do something.”

Adkins begins his journey to Washington, D.C., at 8 a.m. Thursday, May 25, from the corner of Maryland Avenue and U.S. 192 in St. Cloud. Godspeed, Bob.

 

 

St. Cloud man running for governor

29 Jul 2002

By Tom Germond News-Gazette Staff Writer

Bob Adkins has been “picked, kicked and hit” so much, he’s decided to something about it - run for governor.

The St. Cloud subcontractor left for Tallahassee Thursday night to file the paperwork necessary to qualify for governor as a write-in candidate.

Tired of fighting attorneys “who take money out of you and just sit on it” and going to court to get clients to pay him, Adkins, 58, recognizes he is taking on the heavyweights in the governor’s race with little exposure thus far.

In specific, Adkins complained that subcontractors can accrue large debts because they are not paid up front for their work.

He said he is going to court next week in a dispute with a client who has owned him $50,000 for 10 years.

“The lien laws are not worth the writing because they have no teeth in it,” he said.

“I’m sick of it.”

Adkins said certificate of occupanies shouldn’t be issued until all subcontractors are paid.

Recognizing he is a longshot, Adkins wanted to run on the Democratic ticket but he couldn’t raise the $7,200 he needs to qualify as a party a candidate.

Nevertheless, the St. Cloud resident since 1962 has printed a brochure listing his views on particular issues and has put a big sign on the building in St. Cloud where he works promoting himself for governor

“I believe that the Republican Party needs to be put on the ballot to be voted on for punishment,” his brochure said. “Also, the judges that did not stand up for America and did not demand another (presidential) election need to be admonished.”

Adkins also advocates that once children begin middle schools, boys and girls should be separated “to get the mind off one another and get back on their studies.”

That, he said, will reduce teen pregnancies, child support cases and improve the learning environment.

“That’s the way I feel,” he said.

Adkins is preparing to take on the likes of Janet Reno, Jeb Bush and others with little if any advertising or a political machine backing him up. Eighteen candidates have notified the state elections office that they are running for office; seven, including Adkins, had qualified as the noon deadline approached Friday.

“Got to do it by word of mouth,” he said. “Without much money, all I’m doing is a lot of screaming.”

As a veteran, he’s counting on support from other veterans, promoting the cause of prisoners of wars and soldiers missing in action in his campaign literature.

Though he was twice defeated in bids for a seat on the county commission, Adkins is taking his bid seriously.

“If I do happen to make it, I will be the best governor the state has ever had,” Adkins said.

Bitter at the legal system for having to fight to make ends meet, Adkins figures he has nothing to lose.

“You get to the point, he said, “where there is no where to go but up.”

 

 

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Terry's Letter to

Governor Jeb Bush:

Terry Eugene Busby c/o

 

Governor Jeb Bush                                                               March 25, 2005

PL 05 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe Street                          Certified Mail # 7004 1 160 0006 0483 0150

Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0001

Dear Governor Bush:

I thought you might like a copy of a letter I sent to Judge Roy Moore dated January 10, 2005 telling him what I thought the courts were doing to him and what I thought his remedy is.

The Declaration of Independence says it all, that we have certain Unalienable Rights from God to secure these Rights, governments are instituted. If this is true and it is true, they fired Judge Roy Moore for doing what he was suppose to be doing, acknowledging God.

It would be impossible for our American governments to secure our Unalienable Rights (God given Rights) and not acknowledge the God of the Christian Bible. They would have to go to the Christian Bible to see what our Unalienable Rights are. It would not matter if the American government officials, legislators, President, judges, etc., were atheists, Islam, Hindu, Buddhist, etc. They would have to go to the Christian Bible to see what our Unalienable Rights are and if they didn't then they should be the ones fired instead of Judge Roy Moore. This is what the Declaration of Independence says, it could only be changed through fraud and deception by the government temporarily by trading our Unalienable Rights (God's Law which never changes) for civil rights (mans' law which changes daily).

The remedy for all Christians is the same as for Judge Roy Moore, we must claim our Unalienable God given Rights and invoke the court that has jurisdiction over the Unalienable Rights that the Declaration of Independence gave authority to state governments and the U.S. government to protect if this court does not exist then the Christian nation that our Foundling Fathers gave us doesn't exist (we must never forget you can never become greater than your Creator).

These are just a few of the statements by our Foundling Fathers (taken from Hal Lindsey's website): "We have no government armed with the power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. . . Our Constitution was made only for moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."

- John Adams, 2nd U.S. president

"It can not be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

- Patrick Henry

". .Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers. National prosperity can neither be obtained nor preserved without the favor of Providence." -John Jay, first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Governor Bush, under unalienable rights, definition coming from the Declaration of Independence (original U.S. and State Constitutions) Jesus Christ is sovereign (the Christian Bible) and will protect Terri Schiavo, thou shaft not murder, etc.

God bless you and may Jesus Christ bless you with wisdom and understanding.

Attachments                                                                Terry mfgene Brfsby

Brothers in Jesus Christ

 

 

 

Terry's Letter to

President George W. Bush:

 

Terry Eugene Busby c/o

 

 

 

President George W. Bush

The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.                      March 25,2005

Washington, D.C. 20500                                                                  Certified Mail # 7004 1160 0006 0483 0136

Dear President Bush:

I thought you might like a copy of a letter I sent to Judge Roy Moore dated January 10, 2005 telling him what I thought the courts were doing to him and what I thought his remedy is.

The Declaration of Independence says it all, that we have certain Unalienable Rights from God to secure these Rights, governments are instituted. If this is true and it is true, they fired Judge Roy Moore for doing what he was suppose to be doing, acknowledging God.

It would be impossible for our American governments to secure our Unalienable Rights (God given Rights) and not acknowledge the God of the Christian Bible. They would have to go to the Christian Bible to see what our Unalienable Rights are. It would not matter if the American government officials, legislators, President, judges, etc., were atheists, Islam, Hindu, Buddhist, etc. They would have to go to the Christian Bible to see what our Unalienable Rights are and if they didn't then they should be the ones fired instead of Judge Roy Moore. This is what the Declaration of Independence says, it could only be changed through fraud and deception by the government temporarily by trading our Unalienable Rights (God's Law which never changes) for civil rights (mans' law which changes daily).

The remedy for all Christians is the same as for Judge Roy Moore, we must claim our Unalienable God given Rights and invoke the court that has jurisdiction over the Unalienable Rights that the Declaration of Independence gave authority to state governments and the U.S. government to protect, if this court does not exist then the Christian nation that our Foundling Fathers gave us doesn't exist (we must never forget you can never become greater than your Creator).

These are just a few of the statements by our Foundling Fathers (taken from Hal Lindsey's website): "We have no government armed with the power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion... Our Constitution was made only for moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."

- John Adams, 2nd U.S. president

"It can not be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

- Patrick Henry

".. .Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers. National prosperity can neither be obtained nor preserved without the favor of Providence." -John Jay, first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

President Bush, under unalienable rights, definition coming from the Declaration of Independence (original U.S. and State Constitutions) Jesus Christ is sovereign (the Christian Bible) and will protect Terri Schiavo, thou shall not murder, etc.

God bless you and may Jesus Christ bless you with wisdom and understanding.

Brothers in Jesus Christ

Attachments                                                              Terry Eugene Busby

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Terry's Letter to [former] Judge Roy Moore

 

Terry Eugene Busby

 

 

January 10, 2005 Judge Roy Moore

2005 North Country Club Drive                      Certified Mail #7004 2510 0000 4684 5697

Montgomery, Al 36106

Dear Judge Moore:

Thank you so much for fighting the good fight. I met you about five years ago at the Landmark Baptist Church in Haines City, Florida, where you signed my Bible.

Please bear with me as I know this is going to sound crazy, but I think I know why the courts are ruling against you by claiming they have jurisdiction over something that is in the 1st Amendment that clearly states they do not and I think I know what your remedy is.

Judge Moore, it's all about - Unalienable Rights/God given Rights vs. Civil Rights/ Government given Rights.

Your remedy is invoking the court (if it exists) that has jurisdiction over Unalienable Rights. You tell the court that you are a follower of Jesus Christ and that you have certain Unalienable Rights

and that among these God given Rights are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Then you must tell the court what their jurisdiction is, that to secure these rights, protect these God given Rights governments are instituted among men. The Declaration of Independence is what gave our forefathers the authority to separate from England and set up America's Government. The 1st Amendment will then mean what it says under Unalienable Rights.

The 14th Amendment to the 27th Amendment can be none other than Civil Rights. The meanings of the 1st to the 13th Amendment have been changed through case law for civil rights/federal citizens/corporations.

PROOF: December 4, 1865: President Andrew Johnson's First Annual message to Congress. President Andrew Johnson announces that the Union has been restored.

December 18, 1865: The 13th Amendment, ending slavery, goes into effect after it is ratified by 27 states.

February 19, 1866: President Andrew Johnson vetoes the Freedmen's Bureau Renewal Bill on Constitutional grounds

March 27, 1866: President Andrew Johnson vetoes the bill for Civil Rights Act of 1866 which grants citizenship to freed African Americans.

June 13, 1866: Despite opposition from President Andrew Johnson and most Southern Representatives, Congress passes the 14 Amendment and sends it to the states for ratification.

July 24, 1866: Congress re-admits Tennessee to the Union after their Republican-controlled government ratifies the 14th Amendment.

December 3, 1866: In his second annual message, President Andrew Johnson requests Congress to recognize restored states and to allow their Representatives to occupy their seats in the House.

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March 2, 1867: Overriding President Andrew Johnson's veto. Congress passes the First Reconstruction Act dividing the South into five military districts to be overseen by Military Commanders: Congress also passes the Army Appropriation Act requiring the President to transmit his orders to the military through the Commanding General of the Army in Washington. D.C. In addition, to this, Congress also passes the Tenure of Office Act forbidding Johnson from firing Cabinet Officers without Senate's approval, (President Andrew Johnson vetoed these Acts because he said you could not go into Military Government and Marshal Law when you are at peace).

March 23, 1867: Congress overrides President Andrew Johnson's veto of the Second Reconstruction Act.

July 19, 1867: Congress overrides President Andrew Johnson's veto of the Third Reconstruction Act.

August 5, 1867: President Andrew Johnson asked Secretary of War. Edwin Stanton to resign. Stanton, the sole radical Republican in President Andrew Johnson's cabinet, refuses.

August 12, 1867: During Congressional recess, President Andrew Johnson suspends Stanton and replaces him with war hero Ulysses S. Grant.

September 3, 1867: President Andrew Johnson issues a Proclamation that orders all civil and military officials to abide by Judicial Laws and decisions/original U.S. Constitution/Unalienable Rights. The proof that this did not happen is that Congress passed the 4th Reconstruction Act March 11, 1868 and adopted the 14th Amendment July 28, 1868 by force of military government and marshal law.

January 14, 1868: Influenced by congressional pressure, Ulysses S. Grant informs President Andrew Johnson that he will leave his temporary cabinet post and return it to Edwin Stanton, thus selling the President out.

February 21, 1868: President Andrew Johnson fires Stanton and appoints General Lorenzo Thomas as the new Secretary of War. In response. Stanton barricades himself in his office for two months.

February 24, 1868: The House votes to impeach President Andrew Johnson for violating the Tenure of Office Act.

March 11, 1868: Congress passed the 4th Reconstruction Act proof that we never came out of the military government and marshal law, September 3,1867.

May 16, 1868. The Senate falls one vote short of convicting President Andrew Johnson.

July 4, 1868: President Andrew Johnson grants full pardon to all former confederates except for those accused of treason or felony.

July 28, 1868: The 14th Amendment to the Constitution is adopted, which is comprised of: Rights, guaranteed privileges and Immunities of Citizenship, due process and equal protection (a new class of citizenship under civil rights/Federal citizen and NOT a Union State Citizen with Unalienable Rights), proof that we never came out of military government and marshal law, September 3. 1867.

President Andrew Johnson vetoed these bills and acts because they were unconstitutional.

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Proof- the courts are dealing with civil rights and not Unalienable Rights.

Santa Clara v. Southern Pacific Railroad - Corporations gets personhood under the 14th Amendment,

1886.

Noble v. Union River Logging - 5th Amendment (due process) first Bill of Rights, 1893.

Hale v. Henkle - Corporations get 4th Amendment "search and seizure" protection, 1906.

US v. Martin Linen Supply - Corporation uses the 5* Amendment to protect against double jeopardy to

avoid retrial of anti-trust case, 1976.

Marshal v. Barlow - used the 4th Amendment to thwart federal occupational health and safety

inspections, 1977.

First National Bank of Boston v. Bellotti - 1st Amendment used to overturn state restrictions on

corporate spending on political referenda, 1977.

Corporations are a creation of government; the government could not possibly give them Unalienable Rights/God given Rights, only civil rights/M**1 Amendment rights.

Our government (case law/judges law) has changed the meaning of the 1st through the 13th Amendments for the purpose of government given rights/civil rights/14th Amendment rights.

Judge Moore, the enabling instruments of the 1868 Alabama Constitution was the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Reconstruction Acts of 1867 and 1868 and the 1868 Ratification document clearly shows that the foundation of law for the 1868 Alabama Constitution is military government and marshal law. The 1868 Alabama Constitution and the 14th Amendment was forced up on the people of Alabama (a new class of citizen/Federal citizen with civil rights and not an Alabama state citizen with Unalienable Rights from God.

In 1868, the United States government did away with Alabama and nine other Southern states Republican forms of government with representatives that protected our Unalienable Rights/God given Rights and traded them for a representative democracy with civil rights/government given rights under military government and marshal law which has temporarily destroyed our Unalienable Rights.

Unalienable Rights/Godly Government/Declaration of Independence (meaning what it says)/Christian Bible Laws/people are sovereign over government/U.S. Constitution, 1st Amendment to 13th Amendment meaning what our Forefathers intended it to say/1st Amendment Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereoi/thou shall not murder/never changes. You can never become greater than your creator, etc.

Civil rights/ungodly government/14th Amendment/U.S. citizen and state legal resident/federal citizen/ abortion of our most innocent, taking the Bible out of our schools, taking the Ten Commandments out of our schools, taking the Ten Commandments out of your Alabama Courthouse/50 Uc)(3) corporate church/government is sovereign over person, changes daily, etc.

Bottom line. Judge Moore, you must make the court(s) recognize your Unalienable Rights from God and Jesus will win thru you. America will win and the whole world will win.

Again, Judge Moore, thank you so much for fighting the good fight and standing up for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and America.


 

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Terry's Letter To Sean Hannity of the Fox News Network Show

"Hannity & Combs":

 

 

Sean Hannity

1211 6th Avenue of the Americas

New York, N.Y. 10036

Certified Mail # 7004 1160 0006 483 0204

April11,2005

Dear Sean:

I saw you speak to a humanist on April 7,2005 and I thought you might like a copy of a letter I sent to Judge Roy Moore dated January 10,2005 telling him what I thought the courts were doing to him and what I thought his remedy is.

The Birth Certificate of America, the Declaration of Independence says it all, it regulates what goes in all our state and federal government constitutions , that we have certain Unalienable Rights from God, to secure these Rights, governments are instituted. If this is true and it is true, they fired Judge Roy Moore for doing what he was suppose to be doing, acknowledging God.

It would be impossible for our American governments to secure our Unalienable Rights (God given Rights) and not acknowledge the God of the Christian Bible. They would have to go to the Christian Bible to see what our Unalienable Rights are. It would not matter if the American government officials, legislators, President, judges, etc., were atheists, Islam, Hindu, Buddhist, etc. They would have to go to the Christian Bible to see what our I Inalienable Rights are and if they didn't then they should be the ones fired instead of Judge Roy Moore. This is what the Declaration of Independence says, it could only be changed through fraud and deception by the government temporarily by trading our Unalienable Rights (God's Law which never changes) for civil rights (mans' law which changes daily).

The remedy for all Christians is the same as for Judge Roy Moore, we must claim our Unalienable God given Rights and invoke the court that has jurisdiction over the Unalienable Rights that the Declaration of Independence gave authority to state governments and the U.S. government to protect if this court does not exist then the Christian nation that our Foundling Fathers gave us doesn't exist (we must never forget you can never become greater than your Creator).

These are just a few of the statements by our Foundling Fathers (taken from Hal Lindsey's website): "We have no government armed with the power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion... Our Constitution was made only for moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."

John Adams, 2nd U.S. president

"It can not be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not. by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

Patrick Henry

"'...Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers.   National prosperity can neither be obtained nor preserved without the favor of Providence." -John Jay, first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Sean, under unalienable rights, definition coming from the Declaration of Independence (original U.S. and State Constitutions) Jesus Christ is sovereign (the Christian Bible) and would have protected Terri Schiavo through our three branches of governments if thev were doing their jobs, the judges should have been her first line of defence, thou shalt not murder, etc. Inalienable rights from Blacks Law Dictionary, 6th Ed, are not the same, they can be given up by consent

Morrison vs. State, proof that they are civil rights.


 

God bless you and may Jesus Christ bless you with wisdom and understanding.


 

Brothers in Jesus Christ

 

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