The 2016 Presidential Election

Referendum On The Founding Father’s

Electoral Trust In We The People

See Referendum On We the People

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The Unexpected Vindication of King George III

 

Were they right or wrong 240 years ago in their bloody argument with Christian, mother country England, over the matter of “common” people governing themselves in republic?

 

The Vindication of King George III

Will “crazy” ole King George III, whom the founding fathers waged their 1776 Revolution against be vindicated when he argued that government of, by and for the people is doomed to failure being naturally aberrational in world civilizations, from nations, great empires and kingdoms, to regional, tribal rule. 

 

He argues behalf all monarchs of all time, that the masses are not capable of self governing and must therefore be governed by strong monarchial figures with very little input of ideas from them, as they naturally are not equipped to do so.

 

Self-Governing: Contrary To Nature

Regardless of how We the People function in our “new” found governing responsibility, as they didn’t directly create, though a victorious few warred for this form of US government, the greater accountability for losing the republic will be post humorously placed upon the founding fathers for involving their innocent, unsuspecting posterity in a tenuous position contrary to nature, and even Natures’ GOD.

 

We the People, Won't Vote

In fact, the vast majority of eligeble American voters, don't not register to vote.  Of those who do register, the vast majority of them don't vote, leaving a very tiny portion of the population making the decisions of who and what will govern them all. Such is not the republic of the founding father's dream.

 

Tomorrow, on November 8th, the final presidential polling day choice between the Hon. Ms. Hillary R. Clinton and the Hon. Donald J. Trump, political pundits assert of either side, that this election is a referendum on one or the other.

 

The Founding Father's Wisdom At Stake

However, contrary to that sentiment, especially given the unusual nature of this campaign season, and favorability rating of each, this 2016, POTUS election is actually a referendum on the founding father’s wisdom ordering We the People “to more perfect the Union”, etc.

 

According to the Declaration of Independence, political, government officials govern by our permission stating,

 

“That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” Para 3

 

Essentially, the founding fathers authorizes and demands that We the People strictly supervise the elected and appointed individuals whom they chose to govern over them.

 

While both POTUS candidates have issues that causes them low ratings, as is HIS apparent *policy and practice, it appears that GOD, the Central Figure of the Declaration of Independence is presenting We the People a clear opportunity to manifest our ability to supervise our government.

 

Note: “I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live:” Deuteronomy 30:19 and “…choose you this day whom ye will serve…as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD” Joshua 24:15

 

The Choice

This election will clearly demonstrate as to whether We the People are possessed with good sense when making a decision about the life or death of the United States republic which we are charged to keep.

 

Regardless of political partisanship, We the People have the choice of either:

·        One, an energetic "old" man who is bombastic, sexually-driven, that has privately spoken crudely about sex with women, as well as having some questionable business practices, but has not broken any laws;

 

·      The other, a tired “old” woman who via her governmental positions, has violated US security laws, thereby placing the nation in potential danger to foreign interests, as well as using public office and family, charitable foundation to vastly increase her wealth by quid pro quo arrangements with donors, and even hypocritically receiving large sums of money from governmental regimes that are violently oppressive to women, children, and other “deplorable and unredeemable” peoples within them.  

 

The Founding Father's Big Gamble

While the choice is that of We the People, the culpability of their decision is actually upon the founding fathers whom choose to gamble against nature, et al, and by entrusting “commoners”, their posterity, gravely with the fate of the Union republic.

 

On the surface, perhaps placing such power into the hands of the natural law-driven human beings whom naturally are monarchist, that is, need to be told what to do, is as the folly of giving a loaded gun with a hair trigger to an 8 years here child to play with.

 

It appears that the founding fathers gambled with the fate of their posterity, when they went against their own definition of governmental control by placing such authority and power in the hands of nature-driven We the People, as self-governing is not, historically, a natural occurrence within human behavior.

 

Nonetheless, the founding fathers gambled that their willingness to buck nature, and create an aberrational government and society will saved by supernatural, divine, providential intervention from the Creator Himself, i.e. USA, a miracle civilization under GOD.

 

So again, perhaps, Christian king George III, representing historical, classical, natural-nature and nature's GOD-based monarchism, was right after all.