> rosawoodsii@... wrote:
> Subject: Re: [tips_and_tricks] Top Ten List of Constitutional Rebukes
> = Are we havin fun yet?
> The Constitution specifically states that it does not interfere with
> contracts. I would question, rather, when and where the contract was
> agreed to, and demand evidence that I had agreed willingly and
> knowingly. However, I doubt very much that any judge is going to tell
> you flat out that "you're under contract". They may know it, but they
> won't state it.
When I saw that list I thought, "well, it may not be the Top Ten, but at
least it's a list of possible responses to anticipated interrogations or
supposedly official statements, something few seem familiar with
producing on their own. So introducing the concept to possible
front-line contestants (from those willing to accept tickets and go to
court for beginner's experience, to those willing to stick it to the
IRS) is a good idea. I'd say that as an activity, it ranks high up on
the list with breathing and eating. If I had to narrow down my cause
for success in my official confrontations, I'd have to say that it was a
result of creating my own such lists (far longer and more extensive of
topics) and having planned responses to statements my opponents were
most likely to make. I never wrote mine down, or I could
put it up for downloading. I have them available mentally. And there
are so many of them, a list would only be time-wasting and confusing.
People should know their own lists at least as well as second-rate New
York actors know some Shakespeare, wouldn't you agree? BTW, that last
phrase is a freebie I just created right now that you all can
incorporate into your own lists, such as "Officials should know their
own oath requirements... at least as well as second-rate New York actors
know some Shakespeare, wouldn't you agree?" It's an all-purpose add-on
to put your contestant on the defense. Have fun making up your own
lists of Top One Thousand Constitutional Rebukes. Make others and share
them with friends. Collect a set. Redeem for valuable freedoms.