Thursday, May 27, 2010

Is America Sick of Seeing United States Senate Seats Sold- Will Republican voters in Utah figure it out?

Is America Sick of Seeing United States Senate Seats Sold- Will Republican voters in Utah figure it out?

It is dis-heartening to say in the least to see the back room deals going on in the Republican Party here in Utah. Just as one example this report from www.redstate, offers something Utahans’ as well as every American should be very concerned about.
Eagers radio statements totally contradict what she said after the fact. I like Cherylin, and trust her, but the two statements to not correlate.

The radio statement said:
Bob: Did he offer.. just so I’m understanding.. but did he offer to pay your campaign’s debts?
Cherilyn: Yes, but again, in an appropriate way. It was in no way sort of a bribe or anything. It was just very cordial, very kind thing for him to be concerned about.
Very clear. Did he offer to pay your debts? Yes!

American’s wonder about the integrity of who they are electing and where it stands.
Unfortunately, voters seem more willing to elect one who is a perceived “success” by the money of a candidate, rather than the actions, although Mitt Romney’s endorsement of Senator Bennett was dis-regarded by the Republican Deligates.

On the heels of Incumbent Senator Bob Bennett, a respected millionaire in Utah and 3 term U.S. Senator, losing his seat in a Republican primary, with a chant of his lost conservative principles in voting for TARP perceived by most Republicans as a contradiction to the ability to fail which is a safe guard against socialism and government control and security, Utah is very close to simply trading 3 terms for another millionaire Tim Bridgewater, or Mike Lee an attorney in the June 22nd 2010 primary.

Without Mr. Bridgewater’s personal loans to his own campaign totaling a little over $300,000 pre-convention, his campaign may be on its face.

Lee has served as a law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito. Lee also was a general counsel to former Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. and a law clerk to federal Judge Dee Benson and has worked as an attorney in Washington, D.C., as well as Utah. His father, Rex Lee, was a former U.S. Solicitor General and a former president of Brigham Young University.

"Our Founding Fathers decided that it would work best if they gave Congress only limited powers," Lee said. "Unfortunately, too many of those who serve us in Washington — Republicans and Democrats — have lost their grip on this principle." He said too many view the Constitution as something "that can be ignored whenever it is convenient."

But, is Lee a “birther” or Article II Patriot, or is that conveniently ignored by Lee?

He has been nowhere on the scene and as an attorney has passively sat down on the Obama Usurpation of eligibility that our Constitution demands. Is that what Utah wants as a Representative? If past legal actions indicate what Lee would do in the U.S. Senate, we could surmise that our Constitution will not be defended with any courage. The millionaires club for candidates is limited to Utah, as California’s Governors race shows.

The California Governorship is up on the auction block also by a couple of big money accounts with more money being spent then has been witnessed before.


“Will Whitman, the former eBay CEO, exceed her promise to spend $150 million of her fortune to try to buy herself, in essence, the headache of running a state with a budget gap almost 15 times her net worth?”

“In any other election, it would have been Poizner facing charges of trying to buy the race; he has pumped $19.2 million of his own cash into his coffers. But in the face of Whitman's $1.3 billion fortune, Poizner until just recently found himself playing the role of poor man, dogged at times by rumors he was planning to surrender”

One wonders if anyone can compete that isn’t a millionaire? It’s important to understand that actually being a millionaire is not a “qualification’ for any Federal Office. When considering how millions have been made by any candidate, America should indeed question the motive for pumping more money into a campaign then the office pays in a year.

Success in business obviously commands some respect in entrepreneurial skills, or family success, but to the person who pays the most taxes may not go the integrity or in fact necessarily the courage to within the outline of the job description defend the U.S. Constitution.

This election year provides voters with a very simple question of determination, on wither a candidate is in fact willing to defend the U.S. Constitution:

Are you a U.S. Constitution supporter, an Article II Patriot, ‘Are you a ‘birther’?

If the answer is ‘yes’, what have you done in opposing an illegal usurper in the President’s office? And, would you be willing to call for a U.S. Senate Trial on Obama’s ineligibility defined by our Constitution, if you were a U.S. Senator?

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, once considered the top challenger to Bennett, said that other candidates besides Lee lack the "experience, the background, the commitment, the zeal, the understanding of the Constitution" that he believes a public servant needs. He said Lee has those qualities, "and I can give him my 100 percent support." While the Utah Attorney General has been brave in being 1 of the near 16 States Attorneys’ Generals pledging legal actions against the Health Care Bill, the passive resistance to Article II, is actually affirmation of Obama’s ineligibility by our Constitution’s Standards.

This in affect has been like trimming the top of Obama’s tree’s rather than pulling him out by the root. Which one do you think is more affective for the weed in the White House?

In my own case, I have been a witness against Obama’s eligibility, and one who had standing based on the fact I did run for President in 2008. I have felt that not only was it my defense of the U.S. Constitution which propelled me to witness and take a stand, but also simply being in the same race, it was and is my duty as a candidate.

Now if you ask me how many people supported me in this endeavor, how many millions have been contributed to my campaign, I can tell you that there were no dollars contributed to my presidential campaign, and I spent less than $5,000 in running. I can also tell you in my run for the United States Senate Seat in Utah, that I have received no contributions and I again have spent thus far less the $5,000.

I’m not quite sure it’s a bragging right of any citizen to say that they haven’t supported me a single dollar, or any business of say like BP who contributed $77,000 to Obama’s presidential campaign to say they haven’t contributed to my campaign either. I don’t think it is, however it is a testimony to any voter who wanted to vote for me, that I have cost them the least of any candidate and that might contribute to a theory that I would cost them the least in office also.

That would mean that the debt would go down; that would mean that the Constitution which I have defended while not being in office would continue to be defended while I was in office and that would mean that the size of the Federal Government would decrease in size while I was in office rather than expand. That would also mean that I might not borrow from foreigners in order to keep running in the race. It might mean I hold the office with the integrity that American’s and Utahans’ hoped for, but haven’t seen for quite some time. And, most of all, it might mean that I don’t owe anyone anything in holding the office and being able to discern from a point of neutrality the defense of our Constitution.

The question is will Utah, specifically in the U.S. Senate race, and American’s all over the United States figure this out?

Here is the closing argument in the CIA Obama Trial held in Harlem New York where a 12 panel jury from all over the United States found Obama guilty of fraud for stating he was eligible on his Declaration of Candidacy, and for receiving monies fraudulently in a deception of the candidacy and subsequent election. Every vote for him was in fact given on a false set of perceptions he in fact orchestrated and perpetrated upon the American public.

James Madison :
"The ultimate authority...resides in the people alone."
"It is proper to take alarm at the first experiment upon our liberties. We hold this prudent jealousy to be the first duty of citizens and one of the noblest characteristics of the late Revolution.
The freemen of America did not wait till usurped power had strengthened itself by exercise and entangled the question in precedents. They saw all the consequences in the principle, and they avoided the consequences by denying the principle. We revere this lesson too much forget it."
Let's hope that some of the U.S. Senators now in will indeed review the qualifications and eligibility of Obama in connection with keeping the Trust with the People.
The signatories to the letter to Holder were Sens. John Cornyn (R-TX), Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Charles Grassley (R-IA), Jon Kyl (R-AZ), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Orrin Hatch (R-UT), and Dr. Tom Coburn (R-OK).

Cody Robert Judy
U.S. Senate Candidate Utah 2010

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