The Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787 created a temporary government for the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive legislative power of the United States of America and the Constitution of the United States made that government a democracy of two year terms.
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Dear Prospective Representative:
If you are elected on November 6th, you will vote on Bills, which are believed, when enacted, to apply to every American. I object to that belief and I claim political dissident status in order to avoid their application. These Bills are believed to apply to every American, because it is claimed America is a democracy and since all Americans of voting age have the right to vote for a Representative in the House of Representatives, it is reasoned federal laws apply everywhere Americans vote.
However, there are members of Congress, created by the third Organic Law, the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787, called “delegates” who cannot vote on Bills, but who “represent” certain Americans, such as those in the District of Columbia who can qualify to vote for voting Representatives anywhere in the 50 United States once they leave the District. The first non-voting “delegate to Congress, who shall have a seat in Congress, with a right of debating but not voting during this temporary government” was elected to represent the first federal district, the Northwest Territory. The House of Representatives was created not by the Constitution, but by the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787, as part of the temporary government of that federal district. Today, Congress makes laws for all Americans because the first Representatives didn’t let on they knew they were in Congress only to vote for the laws applicable only in the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive legislative power of the United States of America.
Federal laws, Bills passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate and signed by the President of the United States are limited in their application to the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive legislative power of the United States of America. The voting Representatives must be the kind of Citizen of the United States who can qualify for citizenship at age eighteen, which indicates allegiance to the Confederacy and not to a member State which has retained its “sovereignty, freedom and independence,” under Article II of the Articles of Confederation.
I dissent, the Organic Laws of the United States of America free Americans from abusive government not bind them to it by the ballot.