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Open Letter to Congress

We The People established this Republic according to our unalienable rights as free and equal human beings. In order to secure these rights, We The People instituted a government, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.

We The People, in order to set forth these rights, and to establish a government to secure these rights, created the Declaration of Independence, and The Constitution of The United States of America, including The Bill of Rights to define the limits of the government.

Among the rights established by these documents, is the right to alter the government whenever the government does not secure the rights of the people as stated within the aforementioned documents.

The letter to Congress that follows expresses several issues regarding the monetary policy of The United States that do not adhere or abide by the articles of The Constitution.

We Therefore seek redress from Congress to fulfill its delegated representation of We The People according to all articles of The Constitution of The United States of America.

We Pledge our honor and rights as free men and women to the issues stated in this letter, in order to return the government to full adherence of The Constitution of The United States of America, and the Bill of Rights that define it.

We Do Hereby affix and set our names in support of this document as signed below.

To We The People's elected representatives
As Assembled In Congress

As stated in the Declaration of Independence - all men are created equal, endowed with certain unalienable rights. Among these rights is the right to create a government to secure their rights.

Furthermore, it is stated that the government derives their just powers from the consent of those governed, in other words -- from We The People.

And not only is it a right of the people -- it is their solemn duty, to provide, and safegaurd their future, by not consenting to accept that which is unacceptalbe -- from their government.

Wherefore, We The People of the United States, did ordain and establish the Constitution of the United States to secure Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.

Prior to ratification, We The People expressed a desire that in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of the powers of The Constitution that further restrictive clauses called the Bill of Rights be added.

The following is contained within the list of amendments known as the Bill of Rights:

Amendment IX - Rule of construction of Constitution states that:

"The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people."

Amendment X - Rights of the States under Constitution states that:

"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."

We The People, in lieu of our unalienable rights, both as enumerated in the Constitution, and those others retained by the people, do hereby; seek redress of the following issues:

To read the full Letter to Congress in all its detail, including digital signing if so inclined, click on the link below to Honest Money Gold & Silver Report.

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