Arlen Williams
Sovereignty -- three critical questions for political candidates
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By Arlen Williams
May 12, 2010

All tests which the Obamunists fail — and so do many Republicans.

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In addition to asking a candidate whether he or she is pro-life, for restoring constitutional government, for cutting budgets and taxes, for protecting our borders, how he interprets the 1st and 2nd Amendments, etc., these questions must be asked our political candidates:

  1. Are you a member of any organizations supporting globalist, transnationalist, or communitarian ends, or have you received money or services from them?

  2. Do you pledge to uphold America's individual popular sovereignty, parental sovereignty, the sovereignty of the states, and our national sovereignty, against every internal and external threat, according to our Constitution and our Declaration of Independence?

  3. Do you pledge to support the sovereignty of other free and benign nations, for example, an unified Israel, in its present borders, with its capital Jerusalem?

Let us go ask them. Hold them accountable. — AW

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