TO BE NULL & VOID
TO BE NULL & VOID
Whereas the United States Constitution is founded upon the principle of unalienable individual rights pronounced by the Declaration of Independence, which is recognized in U.S. Code as the organic law of the United States;
Whereas the Declaration of Independence recognizes that individuals are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, and that these rights do not originate from government, nor can they be denied by government;
Whereas the fundamental definition of "unalienable" rights involves the recognition that those unalienable rights cannot be taken nor relinquished of free will;
Whereas the Declaration of Independence clearly recognizes the primary purpose of just government being to secure these unalienable rights;
Whereas the United States Congress nowhere has the authority within the Constitution to fundamentally change the relationship of sovereign citizens to the government by means of statute;
Whereas the U.S. Supreme Court nowhere has the authority within the Constitution to abrogate the sovereignty of citizens, nor validate the fundamental change of the relationship of those citizens to the government by any means, much less a mere majority;
Whereas the primary job of the Supreme Court is indeed to protect these unalienable individual rights from the consequences of the political decisions made by some, thereby upholding the fact that those persons are unable to forfeit their own rights, nor abrogate the rights of other citizens;
Whereas the Declaration of Independence indicates it is both the "right" and the "duty" of citizens to alter or abolish any Form of Government that becomes destructive of these rights, so as to provide new Guards for their future security;
Whereas the U.S. Constitution does not provide any authority for the federal government to usurp the innate sovereignty of citizens over themselves;
Whereas the only means to change the fundamental relationship between citizen and government is via amendment detailed in Article V, and no mere statute meets these terms;
Whereas the U.S. Constitution indicates that any law made by Congress must be both "necessary" and "proper";
Whereas the U.S. Constitution indicates that Constitution to be the Law of the Land, and that all treaties and laws must be pursuant thereto;
Whereas the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides the assurance that citizens are to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, and the Fifth Amendment provides the right to due process for each individual citizen before having that security violated;
Whereas the U.S. Constitution prohibits involuntary servitude;
Whereas U.S. Code Title 18, Sections 241 & 242 recognize Conspiracy against Rights, and Deprivation of Rights Under the Color of Law to be contrary to the law and subject to severe penalty;
Whereas Congress has prohibited by law the interstate trade in healthcare insurance;
Whereas the equal application of the rule of law is a fundamental tenet of the Constitution, and wide distribution of waivers is violative thereof;
Whereas Article 1, Section 6 recognizes that members of Congress are equally subject to the rule of law, and the only haven provided therein is privilege from Arrest during their Attendance at the Session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any Speech or Debate in either House;
Whereas the sovereign authority over one's own body is recognized as integral to, and the origin of, every unalienable right, with all rights, inclusive of rights of speech, religion, assembly, and property, and all which that body acts upon, stemming therefrom;
Recognized, that We the undersigned Citizens of the United States do hereby recognize the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) to be neither necessary, nor proper, having abrogated those unalienable rights and usurped authority nowhere provided in the Constitution, and to be in violation of the majority of the Bill of Rights, thereby incapable of being pursuant to the Constitution, and therefore null, void, and of no force.
Resolved, that We the undersigned Citizens of the United States do hereby assert both our right and duty to reject any institution of ObamaCare upon us, and declare those agents intending to institute this tyrannous act to be in violation of the Law of the Land, as well as the Law of the Creator, and thereby subject to severe penalty.
We do hereby indicate our refusal to participate in any application of the tyrannous Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) by our very lives, hereby devoting our sacred honor and blessed freedoms in full support of Country, Constitution and the unalienable rights these do secure.