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The Birthrights of Citizenship. Open letter to the people of CA-53

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The Birthrights of Citizenship
An Open letter to the people of the 53 District CA
C. Mason Weaver for Congress CA-53

Mason Weaver for Congress CA-53

September 28, 2009

We are part of a unique experience in human communities. The social behavior of early mankind was simple – the strong overcame the weak. It was acceptable and understandable to all. The struggle for personal freedoms was never considered; the struggle was always for the survival of the group. The privileged group may have issues with or disdain for the weaker group but they always expected dominance. Every once in a while the weaker group would rise up and challenge the stronger group. The tides shifted back and forth with one group always assuming the dominant role – this was what people called society.

Human history takes a turn, however, with the American experiment, where society was not based upon the group but the individual. One’s potential was not based upon inheritance or privilege but honor, hard work, and innovation. Ours was a new concept, the individual right of self-governing. It was a system based upon an understanding of the spirit of mankind – freedom! As Americans we are free to come together and determine our leadership, not dictatorship. We are free to determine what is best for our culture. We are free to work and provide for our families as we see the benefits. We are free!

The United States Constitution is based upon the idea that individuals were created. Thus, we are free, not because government says we are but because our Creator has deemed us free. Because we are free, our Constitution recognizes the rights of the individual as opposed to the privilege of the group. Our form of government is designed to accommodate personal freedom and is therefore incapable of taking care of every single need of every one of its citizens. The only way that government could take care if you would be to control you altogether. If you are free, you are by definition uncontrollable; therefore your government must take your freedom from you in order to provide personal safety to you.

Today, people seem to think that very problem facing the American people must have a government solution. However, if the government was created to protect our freedom to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, how then could the government be expected to provide those things when we are lacking? If the government insisted that it provide what you are free to obtain for yourself, wouldn’t that be a problem? So then if the government is the problem, it cannot be the solution. Nowadays every crisis requires more government intervention and less freedom to the governed. If we are indeed a self-governed population then We the People are free to make our own decisions, so only we can solve the majority of our problems. The government was never empowered to make sure that we all liked each other, never offended anyone, or thought the same way about every thing. It is unconstitutional to assume control or influence over our banking, education, health, or wealth. It is counterproductive in a free, self-governing nation to have government regulations controlling every decision citizens make.

Our government was ordained and established by free, self-governing people to secure order and provide general protection while we provide for our families. Our history is that of the people putting pressure on government to change, not the government putting pressure on the people to change. We, the people put pressure on England and it resulted in the Revolutionary War. We, the people put pressure on the South and it resulted in the Civil War. It was the population putting pressure on government in the Woman’s Suffrage Movement, Civil Rights struggles, and the Anti-War Movement that brought about change. It is the American Way; it is the way of self-governed people.

Where is the pressure on the government to perform an overhaul of the healthcare system? Where is the cry from the population of self-governed people demanding our government step in and fix our healthcare? The pressure is coming once again from the people to keep the government out of changing the healthcare system. The President did not campaign on healthcare reform, and there has been no national debate on the issue. This issue was brought to the American people by our government and the government is insisting we accept it regardless of our clear opposition! This is not only unconstitutional; it is a direct threat to freedom as we know it.

With provisions allowing jail time for noncompliance, higher taxes, lower service, and limited access to doctors, the American people are once again required to stand up to its government as only a self-governed people can.

We have said “NO!” We have said it over and over again. We have said it in Tea Parties, town hall meetings, and marches in our hometowns, state capitals, and even Washington D.C. We have said “NO!” over and over again, but our government has responded with a closed, arrogant ear. They have even said publicly that we are like teenage children, a mob, and everything except CITIZENS! It is time to see what kind of government we have and what kind of people are being governed.

If we are self-governed and free, we must say “NO!” one more time. On 11-2-10 we may have our last chance to say “NO!” On 11-2-10 we must declare our freedom once again. We must reestablish the old idea that we are Americans; free and self-governed. Who will stand up for America and tell them we mean NO? Who will tell them they work for us? Who will declare that if we do not want to read 1100 pages, that means NO. If we do not understand the bill, that means NO! If we are afraid or confused, that still means NO! Who will tell them that no matter what name they call us, no matter if we are a mob or not, or even “Astro Turf”, we have said “NO!”, and we mean NO.

If you send me, I will tell them!
C. Mason Weaver for Congress, CA-53

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The Perfect Storm

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The Perfect Storm

How did we get here? America is in a place no one could imagine; a place where we can accept what has never worked and reject what has always worked; a place where personal experiences tell us the group thought may just be wrong. But it is also a place were we are afraid to counter the group thought. How did we get here?

It took forty years of the public education system being more interested in benefits for employees than educating a thinking culture. It took a culture getting their influence and power by providing services rather than ensuring freedom. This attitude requires more and more victims for the kind-hearted, well-meaning caregivers, so they can continue to use other people’s resources to manage the lives of the victims. And the more victims there are the more power they have to help the victims. This attitude requires management of freedoms, which spells the end of freedom.

This system, this way of thinking, needs to create guilt in order to achieve greatness, so it points out all of the negatives of this American Culture. Christopher Columbus was a racist tyrant come to abuse the peaceful natives already here, and of course, white America is blamed for every ill affecting and infecting all other people. It’s all the white man’s fault, capitalism’s fault, and America’s fault. What they are really saying is that it’s freedom’s fault.

With that, white America, out of nothing but guilt, has allowed the culture of the Western world to be attacked in order to make more victims for the nice liberals to take care of. They’ve accepted and pushed for Affirmative Action, unbalanced welfare programs, rights for illegal aliens, Chicano studies, and inner city control through poverty pimps, and they did not fight back. So afraid of being called names, they allowed their families and their reputations to be attacked.

In the interest of fairness, they even allowed themselves to be treated unfairly. Indians have been given monopoly of and entire industry (Casinos) because of what white people have done to them. How can a state determine that only one race of people can operate a certain business? Do not give me the emotional nonsense of, “they are a sovereign nation.” If they were sovereign, Californians would not need the State to grant them a casino license. Does Mexico need California’s permission to set up Casinos in Mexico City? No, because Mexico is a sovereign nation. Indians are sovereign only when it is convenient. Where are the Indian UN diplomats, the Indian army or the Indian taxes?

This guilt has silenced any talk of policy and has replaced it with symbolism, and we’re left with symbolism over substance. Then we were given an articulate, black and white candidate. He was as socialistic as they come, and even promised to be so. But no one could counter him because it would be considered racist. The symbolic stance of Barrack Hussein (its okay now to say that) Obama was the greatest thing about him. Had he been an articulate, powerful, charismatic white man with no experience and a socialist agenda, he would not have been considered. It took years for us to get here, and now we cannot voice any opposition to him. We blame Bush, greedy bankers, or ourselves for the failures we see around us, and then comment on how good a speech he gives.

We are being robbed; not just with our tax dollars, but our very souls. Unless we wake up and call it out, we will lose our country. So, like the little boy standing on the corner watching the parade when the emperor came by with no clothes on, let me be the one to shout out: THE EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES ON! Barrack Hussein Obama is a horrible choice of president. I do not need to give him a chance any more than I need to give a robber a chance if I catch in with his hands in my pocket.

His polices has never worked for America; only for Communist leaders. His views of America are negative and helpless. It has always, always been the American people leading our government to the right direction. It has never been the government leading the people. The Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, Women’s Suffrage, and every social movement in our history came as a result of the American people confronting our government. Now we are to sit back and let them take good care of us?

No! I will not! The US Constitution was written by men worried about government control over our lives. It is a restriction on government, not the governed. The powers invested within the Constitution only restrict government, not the people. The Founding Fathers are shouting from their graves, warning us of this foolishness. But we cannot hear them; we are in the middle of a storm…THE PERFECT STORM! God bless us all.

Mason Weaver