(Response by Ron Branson - J.A.I.L.
There seems to be the need
for clarification regarding J.A.I.L. J.A.I.L. is often accused of
being preclusive, that is, it does not associate with other objectives.
Hence, the below question is directed at J.A.I.L., "Does this mean that J4J
cannot support or do anything that would support a third party?"
These type questions indicate an ignorance
Re: the J.A.I.L. objective. At the heart of J.A.I.L. is the passage
of specific verbiage in an Initiative or Legislation. J.A.I.L., like all
other legislation is supposed to be, is neither Democrat, Republican, nor Third
Party Legislation. Pick any law currently on the books, and then tell me
whether it is a Republican, Democrat, or Third Party law. If you can prove
your point, then I will show you a law that is unconstitutional. What political
party is "justice?" associated with? What party are the
My point is, since J.A.I.L. is about
bringing accountability of the judiciary to the People, what political party
holds the monopoly on accountability? If you say, "None," then I commend you for
your honesty. But if I hear you say, "Third Parties," then I have to
question your honesty.
Some fault J.A.I.L. for not "helping" Third
Parties, or their candidates. However, to do so is to limit J.A.I.L. It
overlooks the fact that it is Political Parties that support Legislation,
and not Legislation that supports Political Parties, which, as I have
pointed out, would be unconstitutional. For instance, what denomination is
America? Is it Protestant? Catholic? or Jewish? What political party is America?
Is it Democrat? Republican? or Third Party?
J.A.I.L. benefits all political parties, and
seeks the support of all political parties. J.A.I.L. is not "Third Party"
Legislation, nor can it be so. I should not be placed in the position of having
to justify why J.A.I.L. cannot endorse political parties, or lend favoritism to
one party over another. Is that so very hard to understand?
And to those who complain about J.A.I.L.'s
so-called "preclusive" policy, be it known that J.A.I.L. is the best thing that
your party, or anyone else's party, can ever support.
And to those of you who have no eyes
to see between the lines, and who lack discernment of the future, I
have much more I could tell you, but you are not ready for it yet. May God open
your eyes. God bless you all.
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2004 09:23:08 -0800
From: "Linda Fogh"
Subject: Re: J.A.I.L. --not "my
way or the highway"
Does this mean that J4J cannot support or do anything
that would support a third party?
Re: C.R.E.S.T. J.A.I.L. --not "my way or the highway"
Date: Wed, 1 Dec
2004 10:29:11 -0600
STANLEY NOTE: No worries Barbie. I
believe in what J.A.I.L. does. However, I stand by my statements.
Just making a point that had to be made, whether folks like it or not. God
bless you and yours.
Live FREE or Die!
is Barbie writing. "My way or the highway?" Absolutely
If after reading the J.A.I.L. Mission Statement and the Constitution
By-Laws and the many J.A.I.L. News Journals we put out
) and you still don't
understand why J.A.I.L. must remain independent, on its own turf-- and
why-- why its program is unique, and not just "one of many," then we
don't know what else we can tell you. You should be able to see, from an
objective point of view, why J.A.I.L. is on its own, and must be. It
has nothing to do with "Ron Branson" or "his way."
your distributing some of our articles and your kind words
of encouragement we've received from you. We hope you can understand
the uniqueness of J.A.I.L. It is about the passage of a specific
constitutional amendment (in the initiative states) or specific
legislation (in the legislative states) that would benefit everyone and
should have the
support of everyone. The J.A.I.L. process is all
spelled out, ready to be
implemented by the people when
"..it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless
minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.." - Samuel Adams
"There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who
striking at the
-- Henry David Thoreau