The Contract to Protect and Defend the Constitution

The Contract to Protect and Defend the Original Intention of the Constitution

     This Contract to protect and defend the original intentions of Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of candidate’s state, is made by and between full name of candidate, hereinafter last name of candidate or “Candidate”, candidate for the public office of name or title of office or position, in full, specific name of jurisdiction, party of the First Part; and The Committee for the Constitution, and those who have contributed monies to The Committee for the Constitution for the purpose of protecting and defending the original intention of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitutions of the various States, party of the Second Part, hereinafter “CftC” or “Committee for the Constitution”. Acceptance of this Contract by the Candidate and the CftC shall entitle the Candidate to claim endorsement by the CftC.

     For the purposes of this Contract, the original intention of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitutions of the various States are summarized, where present, in the Preambles of those Constitutions according to the meanings ascribed to them by the makers of the “supreme law” of the United States of America and the various States. Those intentions may not be otherwise interpreted or otherwise modified by any adjudication or act of law except as provided for in the respective Constitutions themselves. That original intention of the Constitution of the United States is “. . . . to form a more perfect union, to insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity . . . .”.

     Further, for the purposes of this Contract, I, full name of candidate, with full knowledge, understanding, and ascent, witnessed hereto by my signature below, waive all privileges, immunities, exemptions, or exceptions to this contract of or from any source, judicial or legislative, not described or otherwise afforded by the said Constitutions. In any case of dispute or discrepancy between Constitutions, the Constitution of the United States shall rule. For the purposes of this waiver section, the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby accepted to be regarding and referring only to involuntary servitude and only to those rights, privileges, and immunities spelled out or otherwise enumerated in the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of the United States. Waiver of all privileges, immunities, exemptions, or exceptions to this contract not described or otherwise afforded by the said Constitutions are waived from any source, judicial or legislative, by the authority of the U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 10, Paragraph 1.

     By this Contact, I, last name of candidate additionally agree that the original intention of the Framers, as applicable to present circumstances and situations, are accomplished by legislation that enables, enacts, and enforces their intention as determined from the confirmed legislative history of the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitutions of the various States, and the recorded, validated words and writings of the makers of the law.

     By my signature attached hereto, I, last name of candidate fully and completely understand that it is the expressed obligation of this Contract to fulfill and carry out that original intention, and that I will only vote for, support, adjudicate, or in any way encourage, enable, enact, or enforce the following as being representative of that original intention. Failure to, in any way, to the best of my ability,vote for, support, adjudicate, or in any way encourage, enable, enact, or enforce the following is a breach of this Contract. These provisions are not exclusive, and may be added to or removed governed only by the Constitution of the United States and the Constitutions of the various States.

·Balanced budget;

·Neutral or positive balance of trade;

·End judicial activism;

·Line-item veto;

·Federal bureaucracy limited to its Constitutional mandate;

·Lower taxes / minimize indirect taxes;

·Return states’ rights;

·Limit welfare from Federal provision (apply only when true needs are not otherwise able to be met);

·Return, as best possible, responsibility for caring to churches and philanthropies;

·Return control of education to the people and the states; remove it from educational unions;

·Promote the education of science and technology;

·Promote quality teachers and public education at all levels;

·Promote merit, need scholarships in science and technology;

·End foreign entanglements except to protect Americans and their property;

·Stop money from being the vehicle to accomplish foreign aid – provide education, food, medicine, etc. directly;

·Remove all politicians, judiciary, and public officials not loyal to the original intention of the Constitution;

·No legislative or judicial infringement of the Bill of Rights;

·Make us energy independent; use all available resources, develop cost-effective alternative energy, and protect the environment;

·Protect Social Security – all politicians and Federal employees under same Social Security plan as public;

·Close and protect our borders; enforce immigration laws; end birthright citizenship;

·Establish true non-profit, payer/provider partnership, private sector, medical insurance plan; mandate private sector universal, queryable healthcare information database;

·Tax unjust salaries and compensation;

·No tax money for abortion; no abortion after 1st trimester except to save mother; live birth abortion criminally prosecuted; no “partial-birth abortion”;

·Protect American jobs; be a responsible partner in the global economy;

·Eliminate the Federal deficit (debt) over reasonable time frame;

·Prevent foreign ownership of more than 49% of any American corporation;

·Revamp prison system to promote rehabilitation – eliminate abuse and crime by real punishment;

·Non-discrimination – competitive right to work; return union control to the rank and file;

·Economically feasible water conservation, irrigation, and flood control;

·Military supremacy maintained by technology and appropriate manpower levels; military removed from unjustified bureaucracy and unjust political motivations; no foreign control of military;

·Protect American intellectual property and technology to promote American industry and agriculture, and to provide American jobs;

·Protect and secure American national security information and technology; prosecute violators as traitors (treason) to the fullest extent of the law;

·Governance (boards of directors) of American publicly held and/or traded entities elected by 1/3 workers, 1/3 minority shareholders/owners, 1/3 majority shareholders/owners;

·Regulation of interstate commerce, international trade, and American natural resources based only on true science, public interest and safety, environment and conservation, and benefit to the American economy;

·Start Congress with a clean slate; only those legislators legally bound to protect and defend the original intention of the Constitution elected; enforce oath of office either by recall, impeachment, or other means; Congress establishes rules for itself consistent with Constitutional intent – no more piggy-backing, pork-barrel legislation, etc.

(The provisions in the above section may be amended by changing the wording, with and subject to the approval of the CftC, but the topic or subject addressed must be included)

     BREACH or any failure to abide by all the terms of this Contract shall, at the sole discretion of the Committee for the Constitution, without any other or further recourse to the Candidate, either at law or equity, immediately remove the endorsement of the Committee for the Constitution granted to the Candidate. Thereafter, Candidate must immediately remove all reference to the endorsement of the Committee for the Constitution from all ads, posters, and/or any other mention or publication by the Candidate of the endorsement of the Committee for the Constitution. If the Candidate does not by Candidate’s own volition, upon Candidate becoming aware of any breach of this Contract, remove the endorsement granted by the Committee for the Constitution, thereby immediately terminating this Contract, the Committee for the Constitution may, by any means at its own discretion, notify the Candidate of the termination of this Contract.

     FURTHER, and in addition to the above, any BREACH of this Contract to protect and defend the original intentions of Constitution shall subject this Candidate to due process at law or equity for the return to donors of all campaign funds allocated for the benefit of the Candidate between the time of initial endorsement of the Committee for the Constitution and the termination of the endorsement of the Committee for the Constitution. Due process may be initiated against the Candidate by any member or class of the party of the Second Part. Such due process shall not be undertaken prior to the completion of the Candidate’s term of office, if such exists, or immediately upon termination of this Contract, if there is no prescribed term of office, or immediately upon recall, impeachment, or other removal from office by law. The non-prevailing party shall be liable for all costs and attorney’s fees.

SIGNED,

this        day of                                , 20    

BY:_____________________________________________

Candidate ( party of the First Part )

County of county of jurisdiction)

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State of    state of jurisdiction )

I, Notary Public of the State of state of jurisdiction, declare that on this _____day of __________,

_________, full name of candidate, being well known to me or providing government approved identification, came before me and acknowledged that by their signature above, this Contract was entered into of their own free act and that it is their intention to execute the Contract above.

My commission expires on

(SEAL)

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