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Posts from Alan Hagerman, Wellsboro, Pa

Alan Hagerman, Wellsboro, PaAlan Hagerman, Wellsboro, Pa
Alan Hagerman, Wellsboro, Pa

I think this is a wonderful quote. It clears up the term "pursuit of happiness" to mean property. Of course, property should be defined and understood to be real and personal property (including financial and intellectual). This definition of our Declaration of Independence is made more complete with the next line....."That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the gtoverned." And the next "That whenever any government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it." These precious words outline rights given by God and not by man and fertilized with the precious blood, sweat and tears of those who gave (some gave all) to preserve them for themselves and their posterity. ... " Mr Bush, our founding documents are NOT "just G.......d pieces of paper". Your words and your actions have greviously violated the oath you have sworn at least twice before God. Your duty is to represent us and to SECURE our rights! It is NOT to violate them by imposing tyranny and subjugation to an Earth Charter under a Communist United Nations. We have no king but Jesus.

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