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Sunday, August 9, 2015

A Bill to Fire All Congressman and Senators !

GIVE WE THE PEOPLE THE POWER  BACK TO FIRE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS  !




A Bill By The People : THE CITIZENS ACT

What the citizens of the United States of America need to do, is create a bill called the citizens act, the purpose of this bill Is to give us a tool, to invoke the citizens power back into government, to ensure that the citizens are the rightful owners and employer of their government.

The bill would be the equivalent of the governments martial law, except it would be invoked by the citizens to control government officials, elected or employed who have failed to honor their oath to the Constitution and the citizens of the United States.


The citizens act would be a option before a citizens revolution.
There would be three versions to this law, it would be a local, state, and federal version of this law, when invoked the government in power at the time, surrenders all privileges and Powers are revoked, until the citizens can have an emergency election, and an investigation into criminal charges against the politicians or political parties being challenged. 


Citizens act should be designed to protect and preserve the Constitution and the Bill of Rights of the United States.
Citizens act should be designed to supersede any political agenda, law , Bill, Treaty that the citizens want direct involvement in.


In the event that the citizens act must be initiated, the original Constitution and Bill of Rights to the United States of America will go into effect.
Here is an example of what the citizens act would be to use for, this is an example the citizens could write a contract that politician who wanted to run for office, must first sign ensuring their noncompliance to the Constitution, would ensure their immediate removal from office,
harsh penalties by law, that would be mandatory.


This contract would also be extended to political parties, and if the political party was found to be in contempt of the Constitution, that party would be disqualified from holding any political office in that community, if it was a national position they would be disqualified, from fielding any politicians into the citizens government.


Citizens act could also be used for, revoking laws, applying term limits, pay scale, retirement benefits, healthcare benefits, vacation benefits, legal privileges such as no law could be passed that exempt any politicians or political parties, for example the House of Representatives are allowed to do insider-trading in the stock market, citizens act could be invoked to stop that, we could also make the politicians and political parties financially, and criminally responsible for damages. Hey politician you want me to vote for you, sign this and agree to comply !


What the people need to realize in United States of America, is that this is our country, this is our lives, and that we Have the right to be in power, to have a better country these are the things that we need to do, if not the criminal organizations that are in power today will continue to erode away our rights, Liberties and freedoms.


Do you think that the politicians are going to write any laws or bills that restrict them from controlling you ! Hey politicians if you want me to vote for you sign this and agree to comply to it,If you want me to vote and support you, vote and support me !


Everybody ask me what is the plan, here is a good start, if you like this idea, share IT ! Don't tell me, tell others.


Bill SHARPE



Building a Bill in Congress
By David Silverberg


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Starting with an idea

It all starts with an idea, a simple concept. You take that idea to your representative or senator because you see a need, you have a cause, and you want it to become a law.

Remember that only members of Congress can propose resolutions that are considered by the entire body. Your task comes down to convincing a member to actually want to introduce your idea.

Anyone can write up, or draft a bill, but only a member of Congress can introduce it. However, the more work that you do for members, the easier it is for them to work on your behalf. When you have a bill that you want Congress to consider, writing it up in legal language and presenting it to your representative or senator as a draft is a good idea. Lobbyists routinely draft legislative proposals.

Figuring out how to write a bill is easy. Just look up an existing bill on the congressional Web site and follow that format to compose your proposal. Although your representative may make a few changes, he and the staff won't have to do as much work creating the bill by themselves.

Looking at the types of legislation
Several kinds of bills can be introduced and each one has a special designation.

Bill

The bill is the most common form of legislation. It's an idea, a proposal, and in the House it receives the designation H.R. for House of Representatives (not House Resolution as many people think). In the Senate it gets S. for Senate. A bill becomes law when it's approved by both the House and Senate and reaches the president's desk for signature. After it's signed by the president, it's no longer called a bill, but becomes an "Act."
Resolution

A resolution is much the same as a bill, except that it's usually concerned with the operation of the House or Senate. In other words, it's about something that concerns only the institution and doesn't need to be signed by the president. In the House, such a resolution is designated H. Res. and gets a number, and in the Senate, it becomes S. Res.
Joint resolution

A joint resolution is virtually identical to a bill. Contrary to what one would expect given the name, it can be proposed in either the House or the Senate and it goes through the same procedures as a bill and must be signed into law by the president.

One slight difference between a bill and a joint resolution is that a joint resolution frequently has a preamble, a paragraph explaining the justification for the bill with all the "Whereas" resolving clauses that are a feature of legislative language. Joint resolutions are also used to amend bills already under consideration. A joint resolution gets the designation H.J.Res. in the House and S.J.Res. in the Senate.

The only time a joint resolution differs in its procedure for consideration is when it's an amendment to the Constitution. Then it has to be approved by two-thirds of both houses to pass, and it's also sent to the states for ratification rather than being signed (or not) by the president.

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