Monday, August 4, 2008

Did You Know....

Republicans and democrats are really all the same. I have been on an expedition to farther my vocabulary via the dictionary, and I found it quite interesting what "Republican" and "Democrat" came up as...

Democrat: A person who believes in and upholds government by the people (think of democracy, government in which the people hold the ruling power directly or through representatives).

Republican: Having the nature or characteristic of a republic in government. Looking back at the word republic, the definition says a state or nation in which the supreme power rests in all citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives elected.

After looking at both words, you see both are quite similar really.

There is an interesting essay I have been reading for a little while now, entitled "Our Status in America" by Randy Booth (I think that is the author). It is both good to learn about and also horrifying to learn how Lincoln single-handedly replaced the Constitution with the Roman law of old. Between our law and Justinian's codes, in many places, you find identical sections of law, like novation! Novation (from the Latin word, novatio) is the act of cancelling a debt by means of a new one. In this case, it happens when a baby is born, and a birth certificate is recorded by the county recorder, certified by the place-of-birth state, and sent to the Department of Commerce. This starts the process of turning the child's work, life, and property into just an asset of the U.S. government. The cancelling of the baby's birth certificate debt via a new one happens when they apply for benefits, whether it be a driver's license, social security, or even the post office. So then, a person created in the image of God is converted into a fiction and living collateral of the debt of the American government.

Thank you for reading,



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