Nov 14, 2010
The Grand Compromise
the Formula for America's Strength
Repeal Obamacare – then the 17th Amendment
They say that you never know what you have until you lose it.
This is not true,
you know what you have;
losing it is what makes you appreciate it.
And we are about to lose out country.
Henry Lamb rightfully reports that the Obamascam would never have seen the light of day had the States still been in control of the Senate as they were before the enactment of the 17th Amendment in 1913. Before well-funded special interests (only difference -- I would have said "Jewish" well-funded special interests) had finished buying out the majority of the Senators by the time FDR was placed into office in 1932.
I could not have said this better:
"The [American] philosophy is demonstrated by the founding documents of the United States: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
This philosophy recognizes that individuals are the omnipotent power, that government is the creation of individuals, and is empowered by and subject to the wishes of the individuals who created it.
America's founders realized that not all individuals could possibly know about, nor exercise a vote on every issue that needed a decision.
These founders also believed that individuals choosing a representative from their midst, would choose wisely and send a person to legislate in their behalf who would truly represent their interest."
-- Henry Lamb
America was designed as a republic, not a democracy, as Henry Lamb so eloquently reminds us of our American history when he reports:
"Connecticut delegate Roger Sherman came up with the "Grand Compromise":
O the lower chamber, the House of Representatives, would consist of representatives based on population,
O while the upper chamber, the Senate, would represent the states and would consist of two representatives chosen by the state legislatures."
This was the voting power of the State you chose to live in balanced in Washington against the power of your own vote.
This was the secret formula concoction which made America the most powerful country in the world before FDR and when that formula was radically modified beyond recognition, is the poison which is killing us now.
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