Lawfully speaking, you couldn't be more correct. To say that you
don't have to worry about "this" (registrations and licenses) after
your status is handled, I couldn't disagree more. I believe Bork's
understanding of the issue of citizenship is second to none, and I
believe correcting the misunderstanding of our true status (the
insurgent government did not have the constitutional authority to
create 14th Amendment citizens, so you've never in fact been one) is
the only way to ultimately re-establish constitutional government, IF
the vast majority of the population did so immediately.
Anyway, on an individual level, once you do the status process, be
prepared to fight for it and defend it every step of the way for the
rest of your life. Be prepared to have issue and active process with
most every uneducated and mistrained bureaucrat at every level of
government into the foreseeable future. Everyone should read the Red
Amendment, I agree. Let me know when the county clerk of your county
gets through reading her copy!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, crystalax <crystalax@...>
> If you change your national status, you won't have to
> worry about this.
> You will not be required to carry a liscense and your
> plate will be a state national's plate instead of a
> normal one you are using.
> I would encourage you to read The Red Amendment to
> have a full understanding of what I'm talking about.
> Until you change your status, you will have to obey
> and abide by "their" laws.
> --- B Bell <bell81122@...> wrote:
> > The state of Colorado has refused to even let me
> > apply for a drivers license without a SS number. I
> > have no problem with that since I quit driving many
> > years ago and now travel in the mode of the day. I
> > understand the issue and have a few questions to
> > throw out to the group.