Re: carefully recognized and guarded in favor of the citizens of each State
- --- In email@example.com, "Ed Siceloff" <siceloff@...> wrote:
> The Seat of the Government of the United States is actuallyAhhhh, yes. The same language found in mortgage Notes...
> a Power granted. And the legislative ability of Congress
> is tied to it. As a sidebar, we can question "which Congress"
> is given legislative authority, and where, because at the very
> beginning of the Constitution, immediately after its
> preamble, we discover that the legislative powers granted by
> the Constitution, are vested in "a" Congress, and not "the"
> Congress. This poses a problem only for those who demand
> exacting legal language, in the establishment of law,...
"In return for "a" loan received..."
Same question...Why not "the" loan?
Black's Law Dictionary gives a lawful definition for each,
and it is clear the use of each article, "a" and "the," is
carefully intentional when used by lawyers.
I challenged the alleged lender for my mortgage to
explain exactly why there was reference to "a" loan and
not "the" loan, and I further informed them that I would
not make any mortgage payments until that was clarified.
It was never clarified, and no payments were ever made.