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DR. RIVERA MAKES THE CONSTITUTION SIMPLE
Filed Under CONSTITUTION, Electoral College, LEARNING THE LAW,
PRESIDENTS | 1 Comment
What can be simpler than there is no Constitution? George Washington
eliminated the written Constitution by taking the oath of Office of
President of the United States on April 30, 1789. Washington
presided over the Constitutional Convention that placed Clause 8 of
Article II Section 1 exactly where it could be easily mistaken for
the oath of Office of President:
Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the
following Oath or Affirmation:¾ "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that
I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United
States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and
defend the Constitution of the United States."
Clause 5 of Article II Section 1 sets out the qualifications for the
Office of President, which George Washington conveniently could not
meet. The written Constitution counts time from July 4, 1776, so the
person elected President could not take the first Article VI oath to
support this Constitution until July 4, 1790. George Washington
could not meet the 14 Years residency requirement when he was first
elected on February 4, 1789, but he could at the beginning of his
second term. Instead, he took the oath of Office of President of the
United States again, thereby, setting a precedent that will be
followed by the latest President of the United States. By the
beginning of his second term George Washington and Congress had
created a United States Government based on a military occupation
that has been copied by every tyrant since including all the
Barack Hussein Obama on January 20, 2009 will be the 44th President
of the United States. Obama will slavishly follow the precedent set
down by George Washington to reject the oath of Office of President
and instead become President of the United States.
The President of the United States has no power to adopt the written
Constitution after he has taken an oath to "preserve, protect and
defend" the territory and other property that constitutes the United
States. The written Constitution referred to as "this Constitution"
in the instrument itself is ordained and established by the people of
the United States as one would ordain and establish a religion.
The States certainly ratify the written Constitution, but that falls
short of adoption. To constitute adoption requires the President and
the Congress to take this Constitution as one's own.
Adoption of the written Constitution becomes an impossibility once
the person elected to the Office of President takes the oath to be
President of the United States. George Washington took the oath of
Office of President of the United States on April 30 and by June 1,
1789 Congress had enacted into law a new oath based on the oath of
the President of the United States.
Claims have been made that Barack Hussein Obama was not a natural
born Citizen and was, therefore, not qualified or eligible to the
Office of President. The natural born Citizen requirement only
arises upon the Adoption of this Constitution meaning the written
Barack Hussein Obama will with much fanfare take the oath of Office
of President of the United States and no will notice that Office is
not the same as the Office of President.
It is an educational scandal that millions of Americans cannot read
at all. How shameful that those who can read don't understand what
they are reading. A careful reading of the Constitution quickly
reveals no term or qualifications for the Office of President of the
United States. A more intense reading of the Constitution reveals no
Constitution at all.
Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera