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December 13, 2012 in Resistance

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John Trumbull”s Painting of “Hamilton” while Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington…  

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    “If the federal government should overpass the just bounds of its authority and make a tyrannical use of its powers, the people, whose creature it is, must appeal to the standard they have formed, and take such measures to redress the injury done to the Constitution as the exigency may suggest and prudence justify.”

                   Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 33, January 3, 1788 

Commentary by Otter Walks on Two Feet… 

Becoming the leader of the “Federalist Party”, created largely in support of his views, he was opposed by, the views of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, the “Democratic-Republican Party” leaders. That was one, not two, Parties…

Hamilton and Madison, of a mind, were not certain a standing army, would, “never” be used for the purposes of Overthrow, and installment of Tyranny, through the use of the Military. ( Martial Law’s use of said, with a corrupt Agenda… ) Both, had read the histories, ancient Roman, medieval, and modern. Hamilton and Madison debated and disagreed frequently, together they would speak of England’s control of the army having been transferred in 1688 from England’s King to Parliament.  Comparing it with the Control by “Congress”, of the Armies, to insure against the use by the “Executive”, to overthrow and institute a Dictatorship…  

We stand at that precipice, Here and Now…  The future is malleable. Through our thoughts, the deeds done under the auspices of “We The People” are challenged to take note, and, in “duty”, respond…   Survive-All…    o…   13/12/12  








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