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I wish to make comment concerning the status of we the American people both as individuals and collectively as a body.

It is a well established fact, that each and every person born, is born into the natural state of perfect freedom.

And to maintain the preservation of this concept, a watch dog (government) had to be created, by the people, to ensure that the enjoyment of out natural God given rights are not trespassed upon and at the same time a heavy chain be applied to limit its powers.

Unfortunately that wonderful concept no longer applies for there has been an epoch or erosion of both individual and state sovereignty.

Thus the natural right of self government on a local level is both denied and also transferred to a centralized system.

This centralized system, which is created by the only parties holding public office, has assumed all powers unto itself, thus it than grants mere privileges and denies we the people of our natural rights. Therefore looking for reconciliation from the elected body over many decades that has trespassed against our natural rights.

Editor, I believe it is the status of we the people that must change.

And this endeavor can be accomplished by reclaiming our citizenship of the state which we live in and denounce the unlawfully ratified 14th Amendment that places all of us under the complete control of this centralized system.

We are Americans and we must stand for both individual and state sovereignty and return to the pure concept of the spirit of liberty.

Thank you for your time,

Earl G. Dickey

Johnson County


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