Protecting the Presidency
The cause for
supremacy is a bandwagon, and it invites a stick in your spokes
Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 05-29-02
"Protecting the Presidency" is not a form of "plausible deniability" associated with "Watergate", it is a solemn oath that comes with being a citizen of the United States. The President of the United States is an extension of every American and serves to represent our country to the global community.
The President will use chosen advisors to allow accurate representation of our nation's interests. When these advisors lack the visibility to accurately inform the President, it is imperative to reestablish the truth to prevent national hypocrisy or other embarrassing faux pas.
Identifying the implements of our own creation and the ways and means by which they can be used against us is a very trendy pursuit these days. The President must be aware of the terrorist organizations being harbored by this country responsible for subverting federal laws (PSI) and those distorting the devastating effects of this subversion (FASR). The subversion of the federal mandate has led into temptation states and countries abroad. It has led to the implementation of a system that is committing "genocide" on our families and is a form of "sociological warfare" that is carried out in the name of our children.
The President has recently expressed many concerns, on behalf of our country, to the global community. Rather than pointing them out separately, perhaps the President should deploy our country's secret weapon by making the following statement:
"The Secretary of New York has been ordered to approve a default court order establishing child support payments of 20% of Osama Bin Laden's income (whatever we determine that to be, without prejudice to either party) multiplied by the number of parents murdered during the terrorist attack of 911. If Osama Bin Laden does not appear in civil court to vacate this judgement in 30 days, the Child Support Enforcement (CSE) of New York will receive 10% of this "child support award" and this debt will continue to grow until these children reach a certain age (whatever we determine that to be). His passport and licenses will be denied, his bank accounts will be seized and attached, he will be denied to gain employment, he will become a pilgrim with nowhere to go."
The global community may express outrage at this cruel and unusual punishment. The President may defend these tactics by explaining that our country does this to family men every day and we don't hear them complaining. They may accuse the President of betraying those ideals that he so adamantly professes and accusing him of possessing the hypocrisy to openly deny it.
A more animated Pope might have climbed over the table to get in our President's face after being accused of turning a blind eye regarding his subordinates exploiting children for sex in this country. The Pope may have taken a biblical tone and got eyeball to eyeball with the President, whispering:
"Marriage is a religious partnership and is a foundation on which a family can build. Your subordinates have done more to undermine marriage than anywhere else on the planet. Your country is willing to sacrifice this gift from the church in your exploitation of children for money. I would like to let you in on a little secret. Our children will judge us all."
The President may remember that day when he experienced the "disturbance in the force that seemed like thousands of voices cried out in terror, but then were suddenly silenced". The President led the Sarasota school children in a moment of silence. The First Lady instructed all parents to assure their children that our country will protect them. Ted Kennedy reassured our Country that education or public policy would not be deferred because of terrorism.
The President may become aware that the closure we seek regarding this heaping ration of conflagration and terror, is a deeper understanding of what provoked this classic example of misdirected anguish. The President may conclude that we could dedicate the lives of those innocent victims to a new global opinion:
"The cause for supremacy is a bandwagon, and it invites a stick in your spokes."
Jim Untershine, 824 E Pass Rd #3, Gulfport, MS 39507, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.gndzerosrv.com
Jim Untershine holds a BSEE from Mississippi State University and has 13 years experience in feedback control system design. Mr. Untershine is currently using the teachings of Werner Heisenberg and Henry David Thoreau to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.