This Constitution for the United States of America, was amended to prevent the Federal government from abridging the individual rights of the People, whether they were living under the jurisdiction of a State, or not.
“This ten miles square may set at defiance the laws of the surrounding states and may . . . become the sanctuary of the blackest crimes! Here the federal courts are to sit . . . what sort of jury shall we have within the ten miles square? The immediate creatures of government!” George Mason
This above quote was a warning by George Mason. Do not place these people under a Constitution, that affords to them, no fundamental protections. This was a gravely ominous foretelling of those otherwise unrestrained Judicial rulings. But now nevertheless this is what these people in DC, and those in our States now oddly enough face because our first ten amendments had been constructed into this Constitution, now that this once trusted and revered Constitutional plan has been turned against us. This has happened because this Constitution has been allowed through our own passiveness, to be reconstructed by those who have not this authority, and this simply because we ourselves have wrongly considered that we are sufficiently not capable of defending it. This unwarranted and un- fathered subjection has now unjustly tasked these people under direct government control with no fundamental protections, except to that of a Federal judiciary which has now upon its own provocations of will, become as if the immediate creatures of that government.
“The conventions of a number of the States having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added.” – preamble to the amendments.
These amendments and the procedures for adding and declaring a change to any of these declaratory and restrictive clauses, and to this, there affect, were only to be by there proper allowance, specific, and were to be by these directions Constitutionally outlined, to prevent the abuse of this document, by all governments, that can be found within this Federal republic, as well as to this, their own Judiciaries. Our peoples most important Constitutional amendments were never intended to be selectively assigned by this new agent of choice as if, for our Nation, for our States, and for our people, these were to be nothing more then mere directories to this process of permeable government laws.
We the people have now become nothing more then consigned living organisms capable of nothing more then this involuntary movement, precisely because we have neglectfully allowed these Constitutions not to restrain and limit those laws that are unjustly encroaching upon our own individual liberties. This Supreme court’s National liberty to grant these away my fellow Americans has become no better then British Permission by Law.
Thomas Jefferson, George Mason, and others wanted a Bill of Rights in the State Constitutions, because they feared that without them these State governments would eventually assume that the peoples rights did not exist beyond that of there own written legislative laws.
If the founding fathers of this Nation had thought that any State, or any Federal legislation, would have been sufficient, or as equal, to a Constitutional deceleration of rights, they simply would have lobbied for legislative statutory laws of protection.
These Constitutional procedures were never to be rewritten by these authorities of this, or any other Judiciary, and certainly these amendments were never meant to be left undefended when the unreasonable gravities of such opinions, as these, are then to become as if a National fact, they have overarched there own authorities.
“If in the opinion of the people the distribution or modification of the constitutional powers be in any particular wrong, let it be corrected by an amendment in the way which the Constitution designates. But let there be no change by usurpation; for though this in one instance may be the instrument of good, it is the customary weapon by which free governments are destroyed. The precedent must always greatly overbalance in permanent evil any partial or transient benefit which the use can at any time yield.” –George Washington’s Farewell Address September 17, 1796