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Friday, February 03, 2006

Voters See RNC Supports White House Rebellion Against Constitution

Voters See RNC Supports White House Rebellion Against Constitution

[ For your convenience, there is an NSA Hearing Archive; Click here to read other content in the NSA Hearing Archive.]

The RNC fails to assert power. They support this rebellion. The evidence before us is clear. We know the crime. The issue is whether the RNC will provide more evidence of the rebellion, or end the rebellion.

The deadaline remains: 01 March 2006 or the States will act Click

If the States must act – as they are prepared to do -- there will be no gain for the RNC, Senate, or White House. The RNC must choose whether they will lead or follow. The States are ready--the RNC is not. The RNC will lose either way. Either you assent to a loss, and tame this rebellion; or you endure the loss, and the States will tame you.

The RNC has no hope of victory and remains divided: Their loyalty is to rebellion, their oath is to the Constitution. Only they can remedy their dishonor, yet this process has not start. Regardless, the situation will grow dire for the RNC and White House.

The Constitution prevails, ensuring justice. The voters understand and will choose.

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The Joint Staff has unlawfully entered politics, violating DoD Directives: The directives are clear -- they prohibit the Joint Staff from attaching [a] their affiliation with the Armed Forces; with [b] a personal view in a letter on political issues.

Register, vote, and express his or her personal opinion on political candidates and issues, but not as a representative of the Armed Forces. [ DoD Directive 1344.10 August 2, 2004] Ref

It remains to be understood how the White House unlawfully directed the Military -- to which the Joint Staff unlawfully assented -- to using the Joint Staff to interfere with the 2006 elections. [Prohibits: Use his or her official authority or influence for interfering with an election Ref]

Consider the Joint Staff's problem: Their rebellion against the Constritution Click: Section (3) Shows the sanctions on those who see the Joint Staff is moving without regard to the rule of law, and evidence. Those under the UCMJ have failed -- as they did with the war crimes and abuse in Guantanamo and Iraq -- to timely make reports of the Joint Staff Rebellion.

You see what is happening. Your peers are in rebellion against the Constitution. The Constitution is clear. Your oath is clear.

Consider the 14th Amendment. It is clear about your rebellion.
Section 3. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any state, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any state legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any state, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability. [ Click for detals ]

Look at 894, Section B:
A person who is found guilty of attempted mutiny, mutiny, sedition, or failure to suppress or report a mutiny or sedition shall be punished by death Click to read more
The public knows you are not reliable, nor that you will honor your oath.

You must choose.

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The way forward is to hold more hearings on important Constitutional issues; indeed, the answers more evidence of unreliable leadership, unfit for office. Although the White House and RNC are unresponsive, the path is clear: Leaders must

  • Accelerate timelines and mandate action;

  • Compel the RNC and White House to admit their disagreement with their oaths; and

  • Show the conduct is at odds with the constitution and the rule of law.

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    The RNC strategy is simple. To blame others, as they have always done. To deny fact finding, then convince the voters those in the dark cannot come up with solutions; and keep the voters in the dark about the RNC-White House divisions.

    The voters know otherwise. The House has to commit up or down. There is no escape. Either the RNC will want to find facts; or the White House and RNC will show their hands: They want to deny the public information they need to make informed decisions.

    The oath compels fact finding and oversight. The RNC does otherwise and cannot cooperate to suppress the White House rebellion. The White House defies the Constitution. The RNC fails to assert the checks and balances.

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    Some suggest the issue before us what will trigger 17 RNC Senators to defect. At this juncture, to achieve this objective, the DNC is playing the wrong game. At present the calculus assume the RNC Senators will convict the President if the RNC perceives this will result in a stronger RNC.

    If this approach is taken, the DNC would have to consent to the RNC making gains in the Senate – if the RNC is going to take out their own man, they must perceive there is a net benefit in other areas. Self-evidently, this is at odds with the DNC goals.

    The problem for the White House in February 2006 is the calendar. It has too much calendar, and not enough credible arguments to delay. The voters need to make adverse judgments.

    The way forward isn’t to nibble away at the RNC base, nor explain why the Senators are or are not doing what they should. Rather, the objective should be to let the RNC and White House do what they are doing: Engaging in rebellion. The voters see more evidence of collusion.

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    The lack of cooperation is unreasonable, the arguments are frivolous. Although fact finding is paramount, the White House and RNC are in the way. It is reasonable to form adverse inferences:

  • Lack of cooperation is evidence of an unlawful cover-up;

  • Delays are admissions the White House has no defense for violations of the law;

  • The inconsistencies are evidence of a leadership failure to suppress this rebellion; and

  • Lawful solutions are on hold because of White House-RNC collusion to dissuade action on oaths of office.

    * * *

    The voters see growing RNC support for the White House rebellion, and recognize that the RNC is part of the problem. Their power continues to collapse. Soon the White House will not have enough votes, as Nixon.

    The triggering event is imminent. The RNC objective is to delay that event until after the midterm election. Yet, the deadline exist. The RNC already has to make a choice: Do we assent to White House stonewalling and bet perceived as further supporting this rebellion; or do we create the appearance of checks and balances, but do the opposite.

    The torture issue is instructive. The voters perceived a solution. The White House showed the solution was not a remedy, but validation of the rebellion against the rule of law.

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    The voters continue to abandon the RNC. The RNC is in a no-win situation. The States have the option to compel action on the State proclamation, further complicating the matters.

    Defiance is not a crime. Yet, the RNC and White House engage in unalwful rebellion. They fail to assert lawful checks and balances. The voters they have the vote: If the RNC fails to hold the White House accountable, the voters will.

    The deadline is 01 March 2006. After that date, the public will know the RNC is not serious about gathering facts, or launching formal inquiries. The States can debate the issue. The voters see the White House is already unable to work with the RNC:

  • Documents not provided to the committee

  • Slow rolling the cooperating over the NSA spying

  • Destruction of White House e-mail backups

    More is on the way. The White House is in a no-win situation. They have only one option: Not to cooperate. The lack of cooperation remains a threat to the Constitution.

    * * *

    The public openly discusses a new President, replacing the Joint Staff, and creating an NSA-like monitoring system for Congress to check the Executive. The RNC and White House cannot explain why the refuse to assent to the rule of law.

    The crime is known. Yet, they refer to non-sense about “technology” to hide the facts. The issue is: The RNC cannot explain why it joins the White House in the rebellion against the Constitution, their oaths, and this form of government.

    The White House stonewalling over the NSA hearings is noteworthy. The RNC plans to agree to something far below what is reasonable. The RNC cannot answer why they assent to something than full disclosure.

    * * *

    It is February 2006, nine [9] long, grinding months until the election. The stand off between the RNC and White is well understood -- the double talk, non-cooperation is clear.

    Now the issue of shaping. The RNC asserts this is the right thing. Yet, the law requires otherwise. The RNC says this was to protect us from 9-11 terrorists. Yet, we know the unlawful activity was occurring before there was 9-11.

    The states can compel action. There is too much time, and not enough excuses to let this drag on. Consider back to December 2005, just over 30 days ago. The White House arguments had already been discredited. The NSA program well understood.

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    The President is in trouble. He has no option but to slow roll. The RNC and White House are liabilities to one another. Flawed leaders make flawed plans. Rebellious Presidents create unlawful budgets. There are defects within the President’s budget. Funding is still allocated for unlawful NSA spying.

    The Congress assents to this unlawful activity. The Congress is in defiance of its oath. The RNC support for this rebellion will backfire. The RNC will have to vote, and the voters will lead.

    * * *

    The crime has been done. We see no remorse. The rebellion is spreading. This President and the RNC are more than a threat, they destroy the Constitution. They, like the Joint Staff are not to be trusted.

    The President’s situation worsens. The President has no choice but to defy the RNC. He can no longer cooperate with his party. The RNC chooses to cooperate with this non-cooperation. The voters see examples of this rebellion. The voters are patient. The RNC and White House choose whether to lose together, or let one fall by the wayside. Neither can last in the current alliance. Their rebellion is unlawful.

    * * *

    There is too much time, but not enough excuses to cover the calendar. You are either with the Constitution, and will make choices based on facts; or you are with the rebellion and choose to suppress the facts. Delays are evidence of rebellion, not the rule of law. The crime is clear. The admissions fatal. The issue becomes whether you are for or against the President’s rebellion against this Constitution.

    Behind the scenes the new leadership organizes. The House and Senate discuss. The mechanism is clear. The RNC must choose to lead, defy this President’s rebellion, and work to position a suitable, lawful alternative. If they fail, the voters will know. The RNC and White House are in a no-win situation -- both are in rebellion, and choose to dishonor their oaths. They hope to blame others, yet within Congress there is someone fit to be the new Executive.

    The deadline is 01 March 2006. Then the states will move. There is nothing the RNC, White House, or Congress can do to stop this process. Your oath guides you to the answer. Your oath is clear. One you freely took, as a promise to God. Your authority is the Constitution. You must choose the Constitution, or you will be consumed in this rebellion.

    Choose wisely.