Anonymous Letter to Senator Shelby…Gotta Read This One

So I received the following email from a reader in Alabama and he gave me the go ahead to post it anonymously.  This is what we are dealing with.  We need to start getting much more involved and active and hold these people’s feet to the fire. Every second of every minute of every day.  See below.

I recently sent an e mail to senator Shelby. I told him I was disappointed that he had voted yes on senate bill 1813. I asked for him to explain why he was voting to take away our liberties and that he was put there to protect the people of Alabama and our freedoms. The bill is about transportation but in that bill is a section that gives the IRS the right to revoke your passport if you owe unpaid taxes. The IRS could now take away your right to travel freely if this passes the house.

Well Friday afternoon I got a call from someone in Shelby’s office. THEY HAD NO IDEA IT WAS EVEN IN THE BILL!!!!!!!!!!! He asked me what section it was in. Me a redneck from Alabama had to explain to the office of UNITED STATES SENATOR RICHARD SHELBY where in the hell to find it.

It is no wonder that our liberties are slowly being eroded. Our law makers in Washington have no idea what they are voting for (or so they say). So the other night while the rest of the Sheeple were watching American Idol I wrote my U.S. senators (no word yet from Sessions) about their YES vote on S.1813. Turn off the TV Sheeple and get involved while we still have a Constitution and Bill Of Rights because little by little and bill by bill they are being taken from us while we sleep.

Virginia Nullifies the NDAA
On the positive front, Virginia just became the first state to nullify the Constitution shredding NDAA that our puppet president Obama signed late last year when everyone was drunk on eggnog for the holidays.  Take that Feds!

On Wednesday, the Virginia legislature overwhelmingly passed a law that forbids state agencies from cooperating with any federal attempt to exercise the indefinite detention without due process provisions written into sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act.

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  1. I have been very disappointed when I’ve contacted my senator or rep regarding issues like NDAA. I either get no response at all back from them, or the response has nothing to do with the original concern (as if they are trying to answer the question they wished I’d asked instead of the one I actually did). It’s all very frustrating. Not too long ago I had an idea that would make for a good blog/site. Basically the site would be broken down by all States and include sections for all sitting senators and reps. Then folks could write about the concerns they’d brought up with their senator/rep and then follow up with response he or she received (maybe even scanned letters received with the citizens name/address blacked out to ensure privacy). This might help a little more with accountability (sort of like a scorecard) and maybe even shame some congressmen into actually doing the right thing for the sake of the Republic.

    I do not have the time or know-how to start this up, but if anyone reading this is interested and has the extra bandwidth, by all means please do. Watching Max and Stacy has helped me better understand the BS behind the Intellectual Monopoly scams.

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