To The Legislators Of Missouri

Written to my legislature in Missouri. This is a letter that was composed via electronic form and will get to the Chairman of The General Laws committee in the Senate. It dealt with Article 5 of the United States constitution and the need for Missouri to take it up and overwhelmingly pass it.

Here it is:

“It is critical we stop the intrusive, unwanted, continual overreaching of the executive arm of our federal government. Inaction will send a deeply troubling message to all who value liberty and our inspired, limited federal constitution, which should remain tied in its proper place with “chains” as described by founding father, Thomas Jefferson.

In his farewell address to this nation, George Washington enunciated the following:

“Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism.” Farewell Address, September 19, 1796.

It is because of this “pretended patriotism,” amongst other factors, by our president, Barack Hussein Obama, that we are forced to elevate Article V of the Constitution of the United States to operational status in the state of Missouri.

It is now imperative and necessary that the legislature of the state of Missouri do its aforementioned duty and endorse Article 5 of this favored nation with all the political muscle of a biblical Sampson. To do less than that, at this time, would be heinous inaction.

Gary Allen, author of the 1971 book titled, “NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY”, laments to an audience, through the technology of YouTube, the following:

“Under a constitutional republic {the United States},it is absolutely impossible to have a dictatorship. The reason is that no person can get his hands on enough power to be a dictator. Under the form that we are rapidly arriving at in this country, where everything is under the executive branch, you can’t AVOID a dictator.”

It is my hope that we will avoid a dictator and pass Article 5 of our limited constitutional republic. Let the state of Missouri stand up for what is right and endorse Article 5 of our beloved constitution. Thank you.

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