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Ken Lucier, Moorhead, letter: Ron Paul is a true constitutionalist

James Pinkerton's syndicated column of Nov. 2 expressed the political reality we find ourselves immersed in very accurately. He points out how globalist elite have taken control of both major parties over the past half century.

James Pinkerton's syndicated column of Nov. 2 expressed the political reality we find ourselves immersed in very accurately. He points out how globalist elite have taken control of both major parties over the past half century.

The parties have indeed merged. They confound us into throwing the rascals out when the opposing party actually carries out the same policies once in power.

They throw little tidbits of actual policy and appear to be working toward some policies with no intention of realizing those policies. They dupe their loyal partisan constituency. Many like Pinkerton are starting to catch on. That is why Ron Paul, a constitutionalist and non-establishment candidate, is catching on at the grassroots all across this land.

Officeholders make only a superficial effort to live up to their oath (contrast with We the People) of preserving and protecting the Constitution of these United States. The Constitution is the glue that binds this federation of sovereign states.

The United States is the greatest constitutional republic in history. Yet officeholders intentionally have eroded this glue incrementally.

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The effect is the gradual loss of our national sovereignty and ruling order. This in the same fashion states sovereignty has all but disappeared. Each violation of that contract is impeachable at all levels, and an intentional violation is an act of treason.

The tricks used have been simple. They are debt, dependence and safety. They promise to take care of all our needs without the money to do it. They create the money out of thin air and loan it at interest. As we are finding out, once other sovereign nations own us, they will have no need for our fiat money, including valueless interest.

We vote for that temporary security in spite of the fact that most of those powers are clearly not enumerated in the Constitution but vested to the sovereign states, not to the central government. Our economy is collapsing, and why? Our sovereignty and greatness are being sacrificed to enable a new world order.

Plato warned us centuries ago, "Tyrants gain power first by promising to protect us." When the great depression occurs, as it must on this course, the fait accomplis and coup of our constitutional republic will have been accomplished. The North American union and world organizations are being set up awaiting this.

There is hope for these United States, that hope is in the message of Congressman Ron Paul. We the people can take our country back.

Ken Lucier, Moorhead, letter: Ron Paul is a true constitutionalist 20071110

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