WE THE PEOPLE CONGRESS MEETING
- We The People Foundation
For Constitutional Education, Inc.
2458 Ridge Road, Queensbury, NY 12804
For Immediate Release Contact: Bob Schulz,
CONTINENTAL CONGRESS 2009:
Delegates of the People to convene
to address constitutional crisis
Public Information meeting to be held in
Guilderland public Library Feb 1, 2009
On Sunday February 1, 2009, the We The People Foundation will hold a
public meeting to promote local awareness of the People's historic
initiative to address our nation's escalating constitutional crisis.
The meeting will be held at the Guilderland Public Library. 2228
Western Ave Guilderland NY12084.
In March, delegates selected by the People will convene as a national
assembly to debate the federal Government's pervasive and ongoing
abuses of the Constitution and to develop practical strategies that
the People, can individually employ, en masse, to peaceably reclaim
Liberty and restore Constitutional Order.
"It is no secret that for decades, the U.S. Government has operated
well outside the relatively straight forward language and original
intent of the provisions of our Constitution," said Bob Schulz,
Chairman of the WTP Foundation. "Unfortunately, these acts of the
Government are deliberate violations of fundamental Law and have
resulted in the destruction of the Liberty of the People."
The People have documented and confronted many of the Government's
constitutional violations including the war powers, privacy, 2nd
Amendment and immigration abuses, as well as the banking and money
violations that are the root cause of the current financial system
meltdown. The People have also recently challenged the legal
authority of the apparently bottomless Fed and Treasury economic
bailouts. To date, the Government has refused to be held accountable.
"We have reached a point where the People, much like our Founders,
must carefully consider the course of current events and take actions
to defend our unalienable Rights and interests, or Liberty itself may
be irretrievably lost," Schulz added. "The most disturbing of all
the violations is our Government's refusal to be held accountable in
any manner. Not only has the federal Judiciary refused to wrestle
with the underlying constitutional wrongs, the Supreme Court has
refused to declare the authority of the People to directly procure
relief under the First Amendment's accountability clause. This is the
essence of the constitutional crisis that must be addressed, and time
is of the essence."
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