I wholeheartedly agree and so I am sharing it with you.
Dear Federal Government,
Please stop spending. Please stop regulating. Please stop nationalizing. Please stop greening. Please don't make California's problem my problem. I respectfully remind you that you have not been delegated authority to do much of what you are doing. Please stop. You have given us a patients Bill of Rights. You have given us a Credit Card Bill of Rights. You have given us a mortgage holders Bill of Rights. But you do not have authority to convey any of these so called "rights." I know this because I have read the actual Bill of Rights. So...
WHEREAS, Today, in 2009, members of the productive class are demonstrably treated as enemies of the federal government; and
WHEREAS, The Federal Government has become an enemy of life by funding the destruction of innocent human beings; and
WHEREAS, The Federal Government has become an agent of militant secularism which incessantly mocks Christian simplicity calling it folly, nonsense, or extremism; and
WHEREAS, The Chief Executive uses his skill with language to cloud by senseless questions and elaborate arguments the axioms of the law and the precepts of morality so that no "principle at all, however holy, authentic, ancient, and certain it may be, will remain free of censure, criticism, false interpretations, modification and delimitation by man." ; and
WHEREAS, Many federal laws are directly in violation of the Constitution of the United States and the Law of God; and
WHEREAS, that since according to the 10th amendment to the Constitution "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people," and I being a person who has delegated no such authority and who lives in a State that has delegated no such authority;
Therefore be it
RESOLVED that I am determined to assert my unalienable rights, all of them, whatever it takes. The right to life, for everyone. The right to liberty - free from unreasonable government interference. The right to pursue my happiness which in this context means the right to property for me and my children free from the spending and taxing abuses of a federal government operating beyond its mandate and without properly delegated authority. And if you don't like it — I do not care. I plead the 10th.