Thursday, August 20, 2009

Redress of grievances ignored by Representatives

July 28, 1:49 AMLake County Independent ExaminerRobert Rule

If you are familiar with the Constitution of the United States of America, you know that in the very first Amendment the people have the right to petition Government for redress of Grievances. In an average pocket Constitution there are about five pages. Almost three of those pages are the grievances written by the Continental Congress in our Declaration of Independence (video) against the King of England. The Continental Congress was assembled for this very reason. According to Constitutional experts this went on for eleven years before the Declaration of Independence was written which contains those grievances. FULL STORY

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