We the People, under the protection and on the behalf of the U.S. Constitution have elected to recall members of U.S. Congress and the U.S. Senate. We find that there have been numerous egregious and reckless actions on the part of the U.S. Congress and the U.S. Senate. It has come to our attention that we, in this country are at a crossroads. Throughout history, despite less than exclusively flattering sentiments towards us as a nation, we held a certain place in the world. We represented something noble that transcended and epitomized law, justice, civility, enlightenment, and righteousness. The ideals, upon which this nation was founded, embodied the truest, purest, and most forthright of all of the core and divine principles of humanity. It is what made The United States the “Greatest Nation on Earth”. Ask yourself, “Am I doing my part to embody and put forth those principles?” It appears that we no longer believe in doing what is right for the sake of truth and light – for the sake of decency and the good of humanity. Having said that, let us be clear. We are deeply proud and honored to be citizens of this nation, not for what we do, but for what and who we are – what we as a nation represent!
Can any “elected” official, in truth, consider him or herself a purveyor of justice, a protector of truth and freedom, when they are working for anything other than what the people want and need? Let’s take a look at recent events, just over the past few years. Constitutional oversights, infringement and violation of the civil liberties of U.S. citizens, numerous scandals, many instances of funds missing from Treasury and several bills passed against the will of The People.
Whatever the case, someone (possibly scores of individuals and/or agencies) needs, no, must be held accountable. This is necessary, not for the sake of spite or punishment, but for the sake of responsibility. It is the just and right thing to do. In addition, over the past several years, there has been an overwhelming number of examples of absolute incompetence and unquestionable, not to mention unfathomable/ inexcusable corruption. In November of 2006, We, the People spoke. We elected the party we thought and hoped would help to lessen the hemorrhaging, if not rectify the situation, altogether. Unfortunately, we have seen nothing but posturing and games. Not much, if anything has changed. At some point, it would be nice if someone in Washington D.C., somewhere on Capitol Hill would actually do their jobs. Just to clarify, when we say do your job, we mean take care of your constituents. That does not include any of the following: The oil industry, the healthcare industry, the banking community, insurance industry, lobbyists or any corporate entities. Since we know don’t believe that institutions or corporations (be they domestic or multi-national) have voting rights as a distinct entities, this means that We, the People have been unrepresented. The in