Embedded in our declaration of independence is the principle that we the people hire the government to protect our lives and our property. In a sense, we employ the men and women in public offices: the elected officials and everyone else. They all work for us.
Governments are instituted by us says our own magna carta. Those public entities in charge derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, us, so we may be able to seek life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
In today’s United States of America that inherent right of the people has been progressively usurped from us, as the folks that we hired to run the joint have become less of an employee and more of an owner. That cannot be. We the people are the ones in charge.
Therefore, let it be known that henceforth, no scoundrel, no circus barker, no reality TV showman, no liar, no fake rich man and his beholden flock or a scum bag anointed by special interests, will be allowed to lead our nation. Nor will we allow others of his kind (like those making their dwelling in the halls of congress), to try to curtail the rights that are inherent to us.
We are the people. We’re the employers of everyone in government; we’re the ones who hired them and can fire them. And if they do wrong, we will do just that. Unless, of course, they decide to mend their evil ways and trek back to the place selected for them by our founding fathers. So they can begin to serve the people again. The way it was supposed to be at the beginning.
AUTHOR: Pedro Chávez