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The media missed the most important news in constitutional law history, when it focused on Vice President Joe Biden’s foul remark to President of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, instead of realizing that for 221 years the President of the United States of America not the President of the United States has been signing all the Bills passed by the House of Representatives and Senate.
American historians are probably most responsible for the overgrown federal government, because of their unsupported claims that the Constitution of September 17, 1787 superseded and replaced the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777. This historic mistake has caused the equally erroneous and legally unsupportable belief that the President of the United States of America and the President of the United States is one office rather than two.
George Washington intentionally caused the conflation of the two offices by taking the oral oath of office of President of the United States, so that it would appear to have the binding effect of the Article VI oath “to support this Constitution.” Becoming President of the United States by taking the oral oath for that office made Washington an at will employee of the United States of America, since he could be “fired,” impeached, for any reason or no reason, as long as, the Chief Justice presided at the impeachment. Washington’s office of President of the United States of America was secure because he was elected for a four year term and could only be impeached “for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other High Crimes and Misdemeanors,” and only if “this Constitution” was formally adopted by a legitimate President and Congress bound by an Article VI oath, which Washington prevented from ever happening.
The Framers of the constitution carefully drafted the Constitution of September 17, 1787, so that March 1, 1790 was the earliest start date for a legitimate Congress and no person could be eligible to the Office of President until fourteen Years after July 4, 1776—July 4, 1790. Washington was elected February 4, 1789 and he took the oath of office of President of the United States on April 30, 1789. Congress met for the first time in New York City on March 4, 1789, a year too early for Senators to qualify under “this Constitution” but certainly qualified under the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777.
The Democrat Health Care Reform Bill is unconstitutional in the sense that it does not conform to any written constitution. It is the “Law of the Land” because it is law made for the land owned by the Confederacy, the United States of America. The thirteen original States all ratified the Constitution of September 17, 1787 by May 29, 1790 almost a year after Congress and George Washington began making laws. The Health Care Bill is just the very latest in government administration of the subjects of government on government Land.
The oral oath of the President of the United States is the only oath of office any of the 44 Presidents of the United States and of the United States of America have ever taken. The 1677 English Statute of Frauds and Perjuries and American law would make the relationship created by such an oral oath an unenforceable employment agreement. The Article VI oath “to support this Constitution” could bind a President and a government, but such a government would have to include the Article II Section 1 Clause 5 President, who would have to be bound by an Article VI oath. Washington could not take the Article VI oath until July 4, 1790, so the delay that waiting more than a year for government to start was his excuse for starting a government without a written Constitution. The Constitution of September 17, 1787 is nonetheless binding on the States to the extent they can be bound.
The important question for most of you reading this is: How can you be bound to an unwritten constitution? In the present federal government, the President of the United States of America takes an oral oath to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States,” which turns out to be all the Land owned by the United States of America. The Congress and President of the United States can, using the proprietary and territorial powers of the United States of America, make Law for the Land owned by that Confederacy. If you are on that Land, or if you think you are, you are very likely to be subject to that Law. To be free of the “Law of the Land” get off their Land by becoming a Student of my Basic Course in Law and Government. To enroll, contact me at email@example.com
Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera