Q: Okay. We're back. Could you just tell me what this means to you?
A: The supreme court has already ruled that the people in this country are kings and queens without subjects and it's you know, the constitution is a document if you read this last part right here explains it very clearly. (Holds paper up to window for reporter to read.)
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A: (To reporter) Just read it in into your recorder!
Q 'A constitution is designated as a supreme enactment a fundamental act of legation of the people by the state, the constitution is legation direct from the people acting in their sovereign capacity while the state sanctions legislation from the representatives subject to …" But what does this mean? Boiled down tot his essence. What does this mean?
A: It means the people are the boss. Not the government. The people are the boss. Does that make sense?
Q: It does.
A: Isn't it the people that elect their representatives. The representatives don't elect themselves, right?
Q: Okay: Is this the same philosophy that fuels the sovereign citizens movement and the Republic of Texas? whatever the permutation of that IS these days?
A: That's not our philosophy, it's just a fact, isn't it?
Q: Um, you tell me. I mean, I'm just listening to what you have to say.
A: It's just he way it is. The Supreme Court has ruled constitutionally that people in this country are sovereign. There are other places where there's a King, a Czar, a Shogun, an emperor, whatever. Where that party is the boss. And everybody else is under his boot heel. BUt in this country it was intended to be the land of the free and the home of the brave. IS that not so?