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Jul 8, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/8/98
The perversion of the U.S. Constitution
"Stroke of the pen. Law of the land. Kinda cool."
--Clinton presidential aide Paul Begala, July 1998
"All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress
of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of
--Article 1, U.S. Constitution, 1789
The greatest fear of the Founding Fathers was the establishment of a
strong central government and an ambitious, power-hungry political
leader at the center of that government. They had had their fill of
kings and dictators. They believed the best assurance against
centralized authority was a loose association of sovereign states,
which maintained most governmental power at the local level.
President Clinton's glib announcement that he will issue a barrage of
executive orders to further his legislative agenda while bypassing
Congress is the ultimate fulfillment of those fears. More chilling yet
is the timing of the ominous announcement. It comes less than two
months after Clinton issued, while on foreign soil, Executive Order
13083, which annihilates the principles of federalism that have guided
the nation for the last 200 years.
The 10th Amendment states: "The powers not delegated to the United
States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are
reserved to the states respectively, or to the people." Under EO
13083, Clinton has effectively tacked on to that clear, forthright,
inspired, unambiguous statement a list of exceptions. He has done it
single-handedly, with the stroke of a pen. And, no Mr. Begala, there
is nothing cool about totalitarianism.
Say what you will about him, Bill Clinton is a bright and educated
man. His actions and his words are carefully considered. He knows what
he is doing. That's what makes this trend so frightening. Where does
he want to take the nation? How far from its founding principles are
we to stray? Is America about to transform itself from a nation
governed by laws to a nation ruled by men?
How far we've come from the days of statesmen like James Madison, who
believed "That all power is originally vested in, and consequently
derived from, the people. That government is instituted and ought to
be exercised for the benefit of the people; which consists in the
enjoyment of life and liberty and the right of acquiring property, and
generally of pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety. That the
people have an indubitable, unalienable, and indefeasible right to
reform or change their government whenever it be found adverse or
inadequate to the purpose of its institution."
Note that Madison said "the people" -- not the government -- have a
right to change their government. Bill Clinton has taken on this
mission as his own God-given responsibility. He is acting like a
strongman, an ayatollah, a czar, a potentate, a Fuhrer.
Even before Clinton abused his office so egregiously, the United
States was in grave danger of concentrating too much power in
Washington and too much power in the Oval Office. Clinton, ever the
opportunist, has taken full advantage of Americans' ignorance of their
constitutional heritage and usurped much of the remaining
congressional legislative authority.
Potentially, the worst abuse of all is the executive order. For 30
years, Americans have lived under the shadow of executive orders that
could -- as Mr. Begala inelegantly stated it -- with "the stroke of a
pen," turn America into just another fascist dictatorship.
Fortunately, America has been blessed with leaders -- some good, some
bad -- who have restrained themselves from signing away our freedoms.
Without congressional approval, the president has the power to
relocate whole populations of Americans, the power to shut down the
free press, to force a national registration of all people. There
doesn't need to be a war to justify such an action -- just a crisis,
be it domestic or foreign, violent or merely economic.
I count at least a dozen executive orders, today standing as the law
of the land, which would suspend the Constitution and the Bill of
Rights in their entirety with such a stroke of the pen. Such power
should not be in the hands of any one man -- particularly one as
ambitious, driven and morally contemptible as Bill Clinton.
Oh, what a delicate thread from which our liberty is suspended.

B. Hill

Jul 8, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/8/98
tron <elec...@tron.com> wrote in message

Brian Nuss

Jul 9, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/9/98
Amen. Here's an article I found that Talks about the rise of the nazi party
in Germany. It sounds all too familiar...

Letter to the Editor
6/7/95 - Arlington, Washington Times

(Dear Hillary)
During the past several months in the American press, the Democrats have
frequently denounced the Republicans as Nazis due to their attempts to
control runaway federal spending. How very ironic. I remember the Nazis. Let
me share a little about them and recall some of their exploits.

First of all, "Nazi" was gutter slang for the verb "to nationalize". The
Bider-Mienhoff gang gave themselves this moniker during their early
struggles. The official title of the Nazi Party was "The National Socialist
Workers Party of Germany". Hitler and the Brownshirts advocated the
nationalization of education, health care, transportation, national
resources, manufacturing, distribution and law enforcement.

Hitler came to power by turning the working class, unemployed, and academic
elite against the conservative republic. After der fuhrer's election ceased
being a political conspiracy and was transformed into a fashionable social
phenomenon, pary membership was especially popular with educators,
bureaucrats, and the press. Being a Nazi was politically correct. They
called themselves "The Children of the New Age of World Order" and looked
down their noses at everyone else. As Hitler accrued more power, he referred
to his critics as "The Dark Forces of Anarchy and Hatred". Anyone who
questioned Nazi high-handedness in the German press was branded a
"Conservative Reactionary". Joseph Goebbels, minister of communications,
proclaimed a "New World Order".

The Nazi reign of terror began with false news reports on the Jews,
Bohemians and Gypses who were said to be arming themselves to overthrow the
"New World Order" and Hitler demanded that all good people register their
guns so that they wouldn't fall into the hands of "terrorists and madmen".
Right wing fanatics of the "Old Order" who protested firearms registration
were arrested by the S.S. and put in jail for "fomenting hatred against the
Government of the German people".

Then the Reichstag (government building) was blown up and Hitler ram-rodded
an "Emergency Anti-Terrorist Act" through Parliament that gave the Gestapo
extraordinary powers. The leader then declared that for the well-being of
the German people, all private firearms were to be confiscated by the
Gestapo and the Wermotten (federal law enforcement and military). German
citizens who refused to surrender their guns when the "jack-boots" (Gestapo)
came calling, were murdered in their homes. By the way, the Gestapo were the
federal marshals' service of the Third Reich. The S.W.A.T. team was invented
and perfected by the Gestapo to break into the homes of the enemies of the
German people.

When the Policia Bewakken, or local police, refused to take away guns from
townsfolk, they themselves were disarmed and dragged out into the street and
shot to death by the S.A. and the S.S. Those were Nazi versions of the
B.A.T.F. and the F.B.I. When several local ministers spoke out against these
atrocities, they were imprisoned and never seen again.

The Gestapo began to confiscate and seize the homes, businesses, bank
accounts, and personal belongings of wealthy conservative citizes who had
prospered in the old Republic. Pamphleteers who urged revolt against the
Nazis were shot on site by national law enforcement and the military.
Gypsies and Jews were detained and sent to labor camps. Mountain roads
throughout central Europe were closed to prevent the escape of fugitives
into the wilderness, and to prevent the movement and concealment of partisan
resistance fighters.

Public schools rewrote history and Hitler youth groups taught the children
to report their parents to their teachers for anti-Nazi remarks. Such
parents disappeared. Pagan animism became the state religion of the Third
Reich and Christians were widely condemned as "right wing fanatics".

Millions of books were burned first and then people. Millions of them burned
in huge ovens after they were first gassed to death. Unmarried women were
paid large sums of money to have babies out of wedlock and then given medals
for it. Evil was declared as being good, and good was condemned as being
evil. World Order was coming and the German people were going to be the

Yes, indeed(Hillary), I remember the Nazis and they weren't Republicans, or
"right wing", or "patriots" or "militias". They were Socialist monsters.

Thomas Colton Ruthford

B. Hill wrote in message <#$pPRDvq9GA.207@upnetnews05>...


Jul 9, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/9/98
>From: "Brian Nuss" <bnusss...@gowebway.com

>Amen. Here's an article I found that Talks about the rise of the nazi party
>in Germany. It sounds all too familiar...

Amen back at ya! Youre right- sounds all too familiar....
can anybody say "militia"?


"Sanity is a cozy lie"- Susan Sontag


Jul 9, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/9/98

One of the best posts I have read in a long time. Very good.

Hal Irving

Jul 9, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/9/98
hahahahahahahahahahaha......Whatever will you Republicans think of
next.....and so proud of yourselves that you never sign your

Hal, from Northern California!

tron <elec...@tron.com> wrote in article


Jul 9, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/9/98
On 9 Jul 1998 16:51:35 GMT, "Hal Irving" <Geni...@Worldnet.att.net>

Dear Hal,

Where in the post do you see any indication that I am affiliated with
the republican party, or any other political organization?

The post was and is about abuse of power. If you take the time to
read the whole thing, you may see that. Please take the time to read
the post again and re-evaluate your post.

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