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Senate Quorum and Reseating governors

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Senate Quorum and Reseating governors

Postby Aerochu » Monday May 21st, 2007 9:18 am MDT

The purpose of reseating O.J. governors is so they can appoint U.S. senators, who can then reseat the O.J. president. I've seen it said that we need to reseat all 48 governors. However, I was just reading Article I, Section 5 of the Constitution, which states:
...a Majority of each [house] shall constitute a Quorum to do Business...
Does this not mean that only 25 states would need reseated governors->senators? Why or why not?

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Re: Senate Quorum and Reseating governors

Postby Admin » Monday May 21st, 2007 10:46 am MDT

:h: Aerochu:
Actually, elections are different. And there are different ways of seating a President of the United States of America. The standard way is to have the Electoral College hold an election in accord with constitutional provisions. In such a case Congress must thereafter confirm that the Electoral College election was proper and accordingly seat the President of the United States of America. Such a confirmation can be accomplished with a simple majority vote of the Senate if the House of Representatives is vacant.

However, if we are dealing with a situation where events cause the seats of the President, Vice President and Speaker of the House to be vacant (as they are now) then the Senate must hold a Senatorial election for a new President of the Senate, who is automatically the Vice President of the Country and is at such a time called the President Pro Tempore.

If either the Electoral College election is not confirmed or all of the seats noted above are vacant, then the Senate has the authority to hold an election and appoint a President of the United States of America under its own authority with a 2/3 majority vote of the States Senators—that means that to accomplish such an election we must have 64 original jurisdiction Senators from 32 States agree on the election of such a President of the United States of America.

Those are the provisions of the Constitution. If you will study it out in its entirety, you will find this to be correct. Thus, we must have all 48 original jurisdiction State Governors in place to insure that we can seat sufficient original jurisdiction Senators for when the time comes that we can hold such elections.

The most important thing right now is to spread the word and get sufficient electors aware of the task in every State so that we can hold an Electoral College election representative of the Electors throughout the nation. Then we will call the Electoral College into order and hold such an election. Our next opportunity to do that without calling for a special election will be November 2008. Thus, that is what we are working on.

Some people are dissuaded by the popular media systems to believe that the Electoral College system is less than desirable; however, it is the only way to assure an election without vote tampering. The Electoral College is seated by the delegated electors from each election district throughout the country. Constitutionally, those districts each have a meeting and in it they hold a live election of the President of the United States of America; they also vote to delegate one of their body to sit as their delegated elector. The vote in the caucus meeting is open and live; that means, everyone knows exactly who voted for whom, what the outcome was and who the delegated elector is. Then the delegated elector goes to the Electoral College and casts their vote in the College; again that vote is live, so everyone know who voted for whom. Thus, the entire process of the presidential election is one where the electors’ votes are cast open and live; and, there is no way to pervert the actual outcome of the election.

The Corp. U.S. Electoral College does not work this way. They first separate the caucus meeting into separate political party caucuses; then they elect their delegated electors, but they get who the delegated electors are supposed to vote for from the publication of the outcome of the majority vote from the public election; then, all of the electoral votes from that state are attributed to the majority winner from that state. Not only is that a bogus process but add to it the fact that the computers are programmed to produce a particular outcome, which makes those in control of the computers’ programming in control of the outcome of the election. There have been significant evidences for such [bVoteScam[/b]s in the past, starting (at least) with Bill Clinton’s first term in office as the Corp. U.S. President, when all evidences (pre and post election polls, etc.) indicate he got no more that about 9% of the popular vote and won according to the computer tabulations.

The bottom line: we need to get back to original jurisdiction elections held as they were originally designed.

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