You Do Not Have the Right to Vote
You Do Have the Power to Petition Your Government!
You Do Not Have the Right to Vote - VIDEO NARRATION (1:04)
- Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green, or Independent, your
government represents powerful corporations, special interests, and the wealthy
- There is no right to vote in the U.S. Constitution, but the voters can gain control of their government if enough People demand the enactment of the Voter's Bill of Rights.
- It doesn't matter if you are young or old, a student, a worker, a professional, or a small
business owner— if you want your government to represent you, you must exercise the power that you already have.
The Rights of Liberty and Consent to be Governed
The Rights of Liberty and Consent to be Governed - VIDEO NARRATION (1:57)
- We give expression to our Rights of Liberty by granting our consent to be governed—which provides the power to operate our government.
- The People always retain the Rights of Liberty, and we can reserve our consent to be governed by an unrepresentative government. The collective, residual, and undelegated power of the People remains with us and our local councils and States of Residency.
- Looking at it from the People's point of view, The American People are resident within 50
States United of America, which has the inherent power to dissolve a United States government
that has grown dangerously out of control.
- A national referendum on the Voters' Bill of Rights held in conjunction with the 2020 presidential election would be restorative and transformative for the People's government.
- As a symbol of a free People, a gold stripe lovingly added to the United States flag would clearly demonstrate that it represents all Americans.
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