HR 3548 more than a Tax Credit of $6500.

November 15, 2009

HR 3548 more than a Tax Credit of $6500.

New home owners still have the chance to get that little pot of gold out there from Ucle Sam. The $8000 first-time home buyers credit will be extended until on or before June 30, 2010 with a Purchase and Sale Agreement in hand by April 30, 2010. You lucky dogs which can take advantage of this. However, if your home closes after November 30, 2009 do not expect to get a tax credit amended on your 2008 income tax return. You like everyone else will now have to wait until your 2009 income tax return is filed.

This might be good for taxpayers who in 2008 may not have qualified for the credit and been disappointed and not purchased a home. But the annual income limits have risen to $125,000 for individuals and for joint filers the amount has gone up to $225,000 for qualifying for the full credit. But another twist in your favor if you have a slightly higher income level is that the qualifying levels phase out completely at the individual in the $145,000 level and a couple the phase out level is at the $245,000 level.

So if you are above those levels individually but have a sweetheart get the matrymonial ceremony in place by the end of the year. Then again, maybe it might be better not to. Maybe the split level where one would qualify slightly and the other one would not qualify or maybe would qualify completely. You will have to do the math on this one. Or email me and maybe I could figure it out for you.

A one year extension for the military if you as a member of the Armed Services have served outside of the United state for a minimum of 90 days during the January 1, 2009 to May 1, 2010 period.

Include your HUD statement with your Form 1040 or 1040X amended return.

Sorry but you know must be 18 years of age to get this gig.

That second home or vacation home does not count. This must be your primary residence.

First time homebuyers may be eligible for an $8,000 refundable tax credit and other homebuyers who have lived in their current residence for five of the last eight years may qualify for a $6,500 refundable tax credit.

For other restrictions see H.R. 3548 The Worker, Hoemownership and Business Assistance Act of 2009.


This new residence for former home owners credit may help in you getting what you need and what the economy needs far more than the first-time home ownership credit did.

Prior homeownership usually means you are stable and might have some cash to throw around. Need new drapes. No problem. New rug. No Problem. Check book has the money from the old house. etc. etc. What is really happening here is the government is trying to have you loosen your checking account to stimulate the economy and notably for the benefit of the construction and durable goods industry.

But I would like you to completely fool the IRS. Do buy improvements for your home but make sure they pass the energy star test. Keep in mind you have a limitation of $500 for some of the home improvements and a $1500 limitation on others. Higher limits for specialized solar power should be looked at. But do not dispare the limitations are annual and you can do another project in the next year for another $500 etc. You really should consult your accountant or tax advisor for more specific information on these improvements since they are as I call them “simplistically complex”. The energy star information for your stoves and refrigerators is given to the manufacturer but a credit is given for your heater if replaced and an energy star. The lowest cost is also the best. A tedious task of caulking around the siding gives immense returns. If affording new drapes is out of the question at least buy a caulking gun and “drape” your house to shut the heat from escaping and the heat from coming inside. Loosen up your house once in awhile by opening the doors though for circulation. You can get a tax credit besides for the cost of caulk. Your labor does not count.

The actual next best way would be to invest in some solar panels or some type of wind power. Check with your local taxing district and other authorities first. You may have to get a permit before installation or construction. Also check with your local utility. You may have to get a check from them for producing electricity for them. There are specific requirements which all utilities have and not following them would mean you may be missing out on your rebate check. For instance, you may have to buy a meter to help in determining how much is going back out onto the grid. Some utility companies may have different rates for different hours of the day and you will definitely want to take advantage of these as well. Do not forget to consider your state income tax as an additional credit source. All states vary on this issue. From none for most of the states without a state income tax for substantial amounts. Depending upon your income you may need to know if the credit is available for you as a refundable or is it a non-refundable credit. Also, if you are temporarily in a state or seasonally will you get the credit. All of these considerations are important. What you should not do is guess that you need this done and assume you will get a credit. It is a function of responsibility on your part to assess all aspects of the taxes concerning improvements and solar with your tax advisor before any purchases are made. It is really a “simplistically complex” credit.



A Soros double dip recession recovery interpretation

November 15, 2009


How will the United states of America come out of this recession.

Many economists are saying it should be soon. I do have my doubts. The further attempts by the Federal Reserve at creating another bubble by keeping interest rates at zero percent are encouraging for this prediction. But other are saying and signs are still showing that Commercial Property will be hit again soon. Banks are at risk. But companies are hiring salesmen and computer programmers and farmers are soon to plant new seeds when the United states grain reserves are completely emaciated. The kingdom of low credit cards are still not rocketing upwards rather the kingdom of high and usurious credit card rates are rocketing upward. Now more precisely.

Will the onset of H1N1 flu virus still ratcheting upward and delays in the vaccination shots being available the planned death of millions is still not unfolded. If one is sick one is not productive. But this does benefit the physician and the hospitals. Are the hospitals in a position to turn the economy around. No. Back to this later.

The price of today’s oil which is bumping the bottom of the $80 (1*) per barrel price range will help in slowing any type of recovery. The supply and demand model in oil is healthy and realistic. As prices of oil go up so goes down the demand. As demand goes down so will productivity at the oil refinery and thus supply at the oil refinery or the supply of the value of the dollar will be going down. At the present time it is looking like both the supply at the refinery and the value of the U.S. dollar is going down. (*2) With the price of oil hitting a price ceiling. The dollar is weakening.

Some are saying that a barrel of oil for a basket of currencies is inevitable. But is this realistic. Look at the underlying fundamentals from a “micro” economics level. In this case by micro I means country by country. A change of dollars to a basket of currencies would not only devastate the oil supplying countries but their investment holdings as well. No change to a basket of currencies can be thought of at the present time. If the price of oil is anywhere from (3*) $20 to $25 per barrel higher with a weak dollar (“Oil is about $20 to $25 a barrel higher simply it’s priced in dollars, and there’s a weak dollar:: Exxon Mobil chief Rex Tillerson.) then oil rich countries would be crazy to divest to a basket. An immediate loss of $20 would be (now macro-economics) undermining their individual countries GDP (Gross Domestic Product) but also hurting their countries balance sheets. Yes, a weaker dollar would immediately become stronger but the Producing Countries concern would be helping their own people first or themselves. A slightly stronger dollar in a basket would reduce the price of oil and thus the need for pumping more oil would further reduce their overall value per barrel because the supply of oil for the same return would have to be more barrels delivered. The only one’s to gain here would be the oil consumers and especially the United states. This by itself could change our economy around almost immediately but I am not counting on this change for an economic recovery.


Another aspect which could change the economy is actually from the micro aspect. But this would be slow and drawn out. If everyone who bought a new house under the H.R. 3548 (*4)(*5)(*6)(*7)(*8). With “The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act extended the tax credit which has provided a tax benefit to more than 1.4 million taxpayers so far.” … then maybe the construction and real estate trades can start again to get started. I have talked with individual contractors and sub-contractors and this is confirmed. Rug layers and painters are back in business. Some real estate construction is starting again. This is mainly in the residential arena at the present time however. The scaffolding trade from what I individually see is still idle. One has been virtually idle for the last six months. A one acre scaffolding lot is untouched.

From HR 3548 I see homeowners who have been in their residences for five of the last eight years finally being able to kick the tires of a new house. This will mean the remodeling industry will be back in business. New carpets, shade, a new jacuzzi finally with the new house, I don’t like that color repainting jobs, needs a new roof and that is why we got the discount, let’s buy a new car while we are closing this loan also. Even maybe someone might want to buy a completely electric vehicle and get the $7200 or $5500 vehicle tax credit. (Varies by manufacturer and model.) (*9) With a deadline date of April 30, 2010 for the Purchase and Sale Agreement being signed and a closing date of or before June 30, 2010 this recovery aspect could be very well short lived. This particular bill is assuming to be just a kick-start to the economy and not a continual fix and more fix piece of legislation.

So so far nothing seems to be what really is needed to truly get this economy going.

Back to the Basics. For an economy to get going when it is dead some basics need to be happening. An idea or agriculture. An idea is an innovation. From innovation to happen first the creative side of an individual needs to come. So let’s you and I start to get creative. So if you are one of the individuals that want to think and be happy then you can be the one to create something which will make others happy. The item must either make someone happier and/or it must be something which will reduce the time or cost of a method of production. O.K. individual companies need to make this happen. Like Boeing creating a 787 Dreamliner. This will get the Pacific Northwest and finally the South Carolina (Boeing to Place Second 787 Assembly Line in North Charleston, SC) economies to get a little bit of a spark. (First Boeing 747-8 Freighter Leaves Factory) (*11). I guess I am sort of bias toward Boeing since he worked there prior to WW II as a mechanic. But this will only be one sector of the economy. Let’s get to a bigger part of the economy.

Farming is one of the largest businesses every known to mankind. Where does farming come in right now. North and South Dakota have the absolute lowest unemployment rates in the United states. These both are heavy into farming. But the unemployment numbers are discounted out when it comes to “unemployment” or non-farmer numbers. For September 2009 the numbers are 4.2 and 4.8 percent respectively. (*12) With Michigan at the bottom with 15.3% our country has a wide diversity and diversity in this sense is not positive.

So far, nothing is here to prove or to disprove the Soros hypothesis that our economy will be taking a double-dip before the recovery happens.*13-14). For more in-depth conversation about the economy and an interpretation of what George Soros might have said I always go to Alex S. Gabor website for additional information. Mr. Gabor, like the rest of us, is on the other side of the spectrum of the financial power but has a mind of interpretation to the side of a billionaire. He also is Mr. Soros’ nephew and his father was the King of Hungary at one time which is the same country of birth as George Soros.

Back to farmer to help to disprove or to prove Mr. George Soros’ hypotheses of a double-dip in the economy.

With the crashing of the dollar what will help in stabilizing the dollar from its free fall. Or is that necessary. With a falling dollar the products produced in the United states remain the same inside of the United states. However, with respect to foreign markets our depressed dollar becomes a haven for increasing purchasing power from outside countries. So the eventual benefits of a falling dollar may thus increase the value of the dollar.

At the present time our agricultural basket from a national stockpile basis is zero. Do I need to repeat this. It is absolutely zero. With CCC Inventory numbers at zero with a former high of 791.2 (million bushels) in 1986-87 and the price of wheat now focusing on 539 or approaching $9 per bushel. The United states is the world’s largest exported. But can this be sustained. When our stockpiles decrease and we have nothing more to stockpile the price of wheat should be going up. This will be good for the farmers. From this point farmers will hopefully plant more wheat and thus the price of wheat will come down. As the price of the dollar strengthens then other countries may look for alternatives in other countries which will weaken the price of wheat because of over production. Maybe this will happen in the 2011/2012 timeframe though. Farmers should plant, plant, plant.

My recommendation here is for every last one of the governors of the different states to build “state” silos so the stability of wheat as a commodity and assurances for the citizenry can be maintained. Perhaps this could also be a method whereby the states could make some money as the price of wheat continues to climb back up. Washington state has ownership of timber and this commodity for schools. For preservation of the citizens perhaps a wheat silo and production facility should be maintained as well. Some allodial lands could be created for farming purposes and perhaps prisoners could be used to harvest a crop. The grain being put into silos and the education of our children could improve. No one does not loose and in fact everyone gains and especially the prisoners and the children. Or perhaps the unemployed could make a living greater than their unemployment by farming. A style of a WPA (Work Project Act) as modeled from the great depression. No one would have the excuse of being out of work. The state perhaps is the greatest benefactor. In the Great Debates of the 1900 Governor’s race in Washington state the topic of homelessness was address. A rejuvenation of this topic but for a benefit and a service from the homeless could be achieve now rather than the situation being a headache, problem or shameful circumstance.*17

But I myself come back to the old norm of power to myself. *18) If I have a home and a bill. Maybe I should be creative and try to invent a way to get out of the bill. Creativity would demand this if not just in frustration to giving up my work to someone else. If that someone else is demanding more dollars per hour than I wish to give back to them then a revision of ideas or work must ensue. One of the monthly bills I know you have and I most certainly have is the cost of power. If there was a method where I could afford the cost of independence then I should pursue the goal with ambivolance, no with blinders and forward motion. The website “Power 4 Home” is one such website which I have come across. As of yet I have not order the product for my own personal consumer or personal reading pleasure. Perhaps I indeed need to first buy a pare of blinders for my next low utility value product so I can reduce my cost of living so I either do not have to send taxes to the government. Or better yet, perhaps others inside of the government will send money back to me because other people are lazy. I just have to order the book and make a windmill or two and perhaps some solar panels which actually could be cheap as well. Maybe one project could pay for the other project and the next project.

With nine banks closing in California several weeks ago and more looking like they are ripening for takeovers from the Federal Reserve to be required to be purchased by U.S. Bank in the next few weeks due to poor balance sheets is the recovery here. No way. The recovery is not here. If it were the pressure would be receding and not mounting. From above you have a lot of positive news which looks like a recovery. A now I present the ugly part. More potential for bank failures. “The closings boost the number of failed U.S. banks this year to 115. In 1989, during the savings-and-loan crisis, the FDIC closed 534 banks, or about 10 a week.” After the crash during the first 10 months of 1930, 744 banks failed – 10 times as many. In all, 9,000 banks failed during the decade of the ’30s. By 1933, depositors saw $140 billion disappear through bank failures. *19) The supply of money was the problem which produced the Great Depression. The problem was really with the banks at that time as well. The banks became too greedy and failed.

“In this case, the changes were not the result of a deliberate policy experiment, but were instead the outcome of a lack of Federal intervention in the banking sector at a time when conditions for banks were quite perilous.”*20) From what I am seeing the banks still have not and the banking system still has not learned its lesson. From ’29 to ’33 when the first dip was completed. And now investors such as India are putting their funds into Gold. In 1933 President Roosevelt took the country off of the Gold Standard and again we were shot into a depression. Now without learning a lesson countries are trying to be reliant upon the Gold, the shiny stuff, the ancient metal.*21) A cultural reliance upon gold is one thing. But the mere buying of gold for stockpiling purposes can shift dramatically. In the Indian culture the women have gold placed upon them prior to getting married. This gold will be their personal salvation if the future husband ever decided to leave. The wife keeps the gold. O.K. that cool. An insurance policy for divorce. I totally understand that as an economic stability policy and a deterrent to the husband so he does not leave. But gold is volatile in its pricing model. Although gold can be manufactured it has not been done as of yet. When it is started the value of gold will plummet. The yield to a ton of gold is diminishing but slowly. Moreover the price of gold in relationship to other commodities is becoming overstated in relationship to other commodity investments *22) The shiny stuff is alluring but so was the tulip bulb for the Dutch in February of 1637.*23) Speculation and trying to overcome or to out smart disadvantages is why we are in this mess in the first place.

Banks have overcharged for credit card interest rates. Banks crash. Federal Reserve and others scramble. Congress intervenes. Bankruptcies increase. Individuals start to hoard money. Economy collapses some more. Presidential orders for a changing economy. Restrictions on asset flows are tightened. Banks gobble up other banks. Constitutional mandates are disobeyed. Presidential orders and conduct have not basis in “Law” or also are “Unconstitutional”. Slow recovery starts to ensue. Production starts. Banks and other countries start immediately to speculate. Commodities are in short supply. M1 is high. Prices of commodities increase substantially. More speculation. Banks get into the act to get quick returns. Bigger banks fail. Recession recovery turns into a secondary recession. Secondary recession thus turns into a depression with over 20% unemployed. Workers dissatisfied due to no fault of their own. Federal Reserve collapses because States take over Federal Reserves functions by unifying with our States and create one currency based upon grain reserves of the states. Productivity increases. Economy recovers.

I do not exactly see the Federal Reserve collapsing but it possibly could. I would see the states collecting back their sovereignty first and the United states collapsing with another unifying government geared more toward the benefit of the states rather than a federal system of government.

But in the meantime. You need to get independent. How can you de-emphasize your existence from the federal government and also from the state government. Make you home your castle and become fuel independent or should I say non-reliant upon outside sources of expenses. If God is willing to give you something for “Free” then take that commodity which God is giving you and make money by sharing it with others who do not believe God wants to give you a gift. Wind and Solar. A free gift. Electricity is something which needs to be harvested and sold at a higher price. Why does the government have a monopoly on something which you have a right to as well.





*1 and *3)

Oil dips to lowest level since October

Refiners operating at near-record lows amid weak energy demand, dollar



oil demand in U.S. is down 4.5% since the beginning of the year.



*6) Form 5405 for 2008 See updated form for 2009 later.






*12) last modified October 21, 2009.












Tax Credits $8000 and $6500 and Wise Home Buying, H.R. 3548

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King County Ordinance 2009-0393 Illegal

November 15, 2009

All Canadian provinces have found out that the only reason someone is getting the H1N1 flu is because they have received a H1N1 vaccine immunization. The H1N1 immunization shot is a direct killer. In the United states alone over 114 children have been killed by H1N1 since April. Hungary, Ukraine, Russia, China and Japan all are either not requiring or prohibiting the H1N1 vaccination shot from being given. This is a man made disease which originated from a vile and is directly construction from the 1918 influenza virus which killed over 30 Million U.S. citizens.

Evidently the H1N1 flu virus does discriminate. It discriminates only toward those who have taken the H1N1 flu vaccination shot. Since the Baxter lab like companies are not liable would this mean that King County would be liable for any complications or injuries which beset the client recipient. In the United states Constitution “Relief in Law” must be provided and would this mean that the Congress or King County would have to pay for any complications. Perhaps this is why the Congress is pressing for Health Insurance coverage so their mistake is actually paid by the citizenry.

Also, the ordinance is not in alignment with federal statutes and it is directly unconstitutional in its ordinance. Congress has the right to all Bills referring to Naturalization. Since illegal immigrants are a Naturalization situation then and only Congress can write bills protecting illegal immigration. King County needs to have direct permission from Congress in order to have this Ordinance enforceable. Working with Congressman McDermott and Congressman Reichert and Congressman Inslee and Senator Murray and Senator Cantwell for legislation needs to be done first before any type of legislation can be passed or considered.

Also, the ordinance was illegally passed because public testimony was not completed prior to its passage at the eleven o’clock hour. Public testimony continued after the one o’clock session which I testified in. The process needs to be where the ordinance needs to be voided and re-entered with full public testimony.

No provision was giving to attempt to have the clinic clients enter into a health insurance policy thus to mitigate or reduce future expenses to the King County Clinics.


 Also, I am working on a project which may decrease our King County budget by somewhere from 5% to 10% for next year. This will be due to incorrect calculations from prior year data which I have observed. Am trying to assemble the information at the present time and will be making a presentation hopefully by the end of the month. So cost saving measures need to be put into ordinance format and perhaps encouragement of people making or getting medical insurance would be a great cost saving idea. Obviously the ball is in your court. **********************************************


Keith Ljunghammar


On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 3:16 PM, wrote:

Dear Keith,

Thank you for your email. Ordinance 2009-0393, relating to undocumented immigrants, was adopted by the Council this week. Fully consistent with federal law, the legislation adopts the current practices of King County departments, including the Sheriff’s Office, Public Health, Adult and Juvenile Detention, and the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

Under the legislation, all King County residents, regardless of immigration status, can now feel safe in coming forward to report crimes, assist in police investigations and seek preventive medical treatment, such as vaccinations, protecting the public at large and saving taxpayer dollars. King County is a local service provider and does not have the authority to enforce immigration laws or detain people – that is the federal government’s role.

 The Sheriff’s office has stated that they could not do their job if people were afraid to come forward as witnesses or victims. That cooperation is essential to completing effective investigations and protecting the public. With regard to public health, if an epidemic starts in a population that doesn’t have access to care, it’s only a matter of time before it spreads to everyone. Diseases like H1N1 flu don’t discriminate based on whether or not you’re a legal citizen, and therefore, restricting access to care for some hurts us all.

Therefore, providing this protection makes sense from a moral perspective, as well as an economic one. Again, thank you for your email. Please feel free to contact me if you have further questions regarding this issue or any other issue in King County.

Sincerely, Julia Patterson, District 5

No more American Grain Reserves

November 7, 2009

It seems that the American Grain Reserves have slowly been disappearing. 

Dr. William B. Mount noticed that grain shipments were leaving Tacoma Ports late at night.  The grain was going into small ships.  How can a small ship take grain to a foreign country.  They are taking the grain off the coast and dumping it.

Then Dr. Mount checked the internet.  The Phillipine web servers had information acknowledging that the American Grain Reserves are gone.  Just about every country but the United states internet  servers are showing this.  Not the United states though.  

Cause:  I believe this is to balance the federal government budget.  The federal will get a premium from other countries.  We will help in balancing our budget.

Results will be:

1)  Higher grain prices just by the mere announcement of draining our Reserves.  This is due to uncertainty around non-reserves.

2)  Not only will the price of grain go up from not having reserves but speculators will increase the price.  This will stimulate farmers to increase their production of the grain crops instead of the corn crops.  This will increase the price of corn due to the old supply and demand configurations.  High maintained demand and lower supply due to farmers planting alternative crops.  The higher price of corn will allow foreign producers of fuel to increase the price of “oil per barrel”.  This will stimulate higher needs for alternative fuel sources.  Round and round it goes.

3)  Price of cattle will increase due to increase price of grain and now of corn.  Cattle really should get grains and not fat corn.

4)  Windmill alternative fuel source will increase.

5)  Price of bread in France and Germany will increase to $6 as per Dr. William Mount prophecy.

6)  U.S. dollar value will decrease due to uncertainty of workers stability of production.

The problem:  The easiest and cheapest alternative fuel source is not even an alternative fuel source.  It, however, is a home improvement credit.  Calk the siding on your house at the bottom.  Go completely around your house and on every piece of siding.  My brother did this in the ’80s and only had to use one cord of wood and $85 for his electrical bill for the year.  Yes, I said year. 

Get a tax credit for the cost of the calking in 2009.

I have heard of another technique of alternative fuel which reduced a heating bill from $5000 down to $85 per month.  The inventor of the system sold it for $100,000 to an oil company.  The real question is why for such a cheap price.  The oil company put the invention on the shelf.  One and only one application of the process was ever done anywhere.  One of the system installers told me about this debacle.



Economic stimulus for old junkers

June 30, 2009

Also see automobile post of March 13, 2009.  In the Automobile section it is the third article down.

Everyone should read this article.  It is about:

Can’t Get Rid of Your Old Junker?

And in the near future (probably after the week of the 13th to the 17th of July) you will see that there is a tax credit involved with getting rid of your old junker.  I will be keeping my ear open for tax credits from Congress.  What is rumored is that Congress will allow a $4500 tax credit for old junkers when you purchase a new car.  That was new not used also.  Keep looking for this topic in future postings.


Unconstitutional – Illegal Immigration

June 1, 2009
Unconstitutional – Illegal Immigration
Look at the following Constitutional Articles and Sections. See the wording at the bottom.

Will make an explanation after each one of the Articles or Sections.

1) Article IV, Section 4.

Section 4. The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened), against domestic Violence.

This can be a little bit tricky sometimes in its interpretation. For the meaning of a Republican Form of Government this would essentially mean that no State government could transform its government style to a Democratic, Socialist, or Communistic, or Fascist Form of government or other no conceived of at the time of the forming of the Republic. This in my intepretation means that Jodge Sotomayer cannot be elected because this would be interferring in this interpretation. But another way of reading this is that the U.S Government has to be a Republican in form type of Governement. It could also mean that the U.S. Govenment will come in an force a State to revert back to a Republican Form of Government. No special interest or Nobilities can be created. No Democrat style of government can be created. Voting must be guaranteed.

All states must be protected from Invasion from without the Countries borders and from within. If a disturbance would come from another State then the federal government would step in to settle the disagreement. If an Invasion would come from the Federal Borders then the Federal Government would have to come in to stop the problem.

This would also mean that if the Legislature of the Executive branches of government could not convene then the Federal Government would step in and take over to get the State government back to a Republican Form of Government.

2) Article VI

… both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to Support this Constitution…

This part of the Constitution does not seem to be working at this time. To protect the Constitution of Article IV, Section 4. Well, I do see Invasion from outside forces at this time. If we have 850,000 illegal immigrants with 500,000 staying each year then this is an Invasion. The federal government needs to be stepping in and squelching this Invasion.

3) Article I, Section 8.

… to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States…

Each State has its own Militia. The States could provide its own Defence if the Federal Government does not step in to do this. Overpowering and setting up Habeas Corpes could be instituted to round-up all of the illegal immigrants.

4) To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization, and uniform Laws on th esubject of Bankrupties throughout the United States.

The establishment of a uniform Rule of Naturalization has been established. But we need enforcement of these rules as well. This is where the federal government is lacking in is enforcement. This is really the job of the Executive Branch.

5) To provide for calling for the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions:

This would be just a wording of what was being stated above and who has the responsibility to do the enforcement.

6) The Privilege of Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Casees of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.

Evidently we have had a need for Writ of Habeas Corpus suspension 500,000 per year for each of the last dozen years and more to get the borders guarded.

7) Article II, Section 1.

…will to the best of my Ability, preserve protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.

If the President is not Defending the Constitution then he should be Impeached so someone that wants to defend the Constitution will be the President. Unfortunately this illegal immigrant mismanagement goes along ways. But at least let’s start to enforce this provision now.

My conclusions on this are that the U.S. Constitution has been badly hammered and is waiting for someone or some President to enforce the Constitution. The problem of illegal immigration is not just a casual affair. The strong wording of GUARANTEE is not just a warrantee but a GUARANTEE. The gentlemen farmer who was on the U.S./Mexican border was not being GUARANTEED his property rights because the U.S. Government was not GUARANTEEing the Constitution are required by the Constitution. Perhaps on the border there is a different Constitution?

See also I-1043





Judge Sotomayor has Unconstitutional Opinions

May 27, 2009

When a judge will not try to hear the fireman opinion with high marks on a test score and ignores them because they are not a minority this is unconstitutional.  The Congress and thus everyone else cannot set up “royalty” or “nobility” as a criteria for judging a case.  This is a direct violation of the thinking which John Adams, one of the signators of the Declaration of Independence and a signatore of the United States Constitution was adamant about.  He did spend quite a bit of time in Paris, France just waiting to be invited to London, England to make the case for the United States and the drafting of and signing of a Treaty to end the War of Independence. 

Thomas Jefferson also quite literally so eloquently addressed the reasons why “Nobility” should not be a consideration in determining what a final judgement should be.  I actually am offended that the Democratic Party still insists on being connected with Thomas Jefferson when he is totally and radically different than the Democratic Party as it is today.

Judge Sotomayor should not be confirmed.  She considers her blood to run blue and the United States Constitution cannot recognize “blue” unless one is not from this country.   

The Senate should reject Judge Sotomayor and if they do not then all of the Senators should be voted out of office at the next election cycle.   Not being able to understand the Constitution is a Concrete reason not to re-election an individual.  Abiding by the Constitution is one of the Charges of a Senator and of a Jurist and of the President.  Come to think of it now President Obama has violated the spirit of the Constitution twice.  The first time was when he told the Bond holders of Chrysler “tough” you will take the deal and get to the back of the bus.  This created nobility of the Unions and also was a violation of the Constitution by the Administration from breaking Contract Law which is specifically written as a violation of the Constitution.