Monday, May 10, 2010

The Journey-These Are The Times That Try Men's Souls

The Journey
These are the times that try men's souls

My fellow patriots of the United States of America, you have been with me on a journey that is hard. I’m feeling like I’m so strung out on a tiny rope that I could fall any time. The check light of my car went off yesterday in Illinois. I of course have no money for a repair or a tow bill.

Have you ever been in a situation that was so precarious that you broke out in a cold sweat? Well that’s what I did as I imagined getting caught in the middle of nowhere and thought there was nothing I could do. I’ve had a little trouble with the transmission which is the reason it came on last time. I’ve tried to take it slow and not push it too hard. I said a little prayer and asked God to help me know what to do.

The answer was simple, “Carry On”, and so I have. I’ve now moved past Illinois, through Indiana, and Ohio and am on the verge of heading into the last leg of my journey into Pennsylvania. I can’t help but think of our forefathers who faced such opposition in their resolute to Independence from England and the battles for freedom that have been waged in the land I trod now. Abit of history on Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania, established by the Quaker Penn family, had been hamstrung in the early part of the 18th Century by the stranglehold the Quakers maintained on government. The population, particularly in the West of the colony, was largely German and Scotch-Irish with little commitment to the British Crown. The colony was a prosperous community of small farmers. In the East lay Philadelphia, the largest city in the American colonies and the first capital of the United States.”

“General Braddock’s disastrous defeat in July 1755 in Western Pennsylvania struck a major blow to the prestige of the British Crown. The withdrawal of Colonel Dunbar with the survivors of Braddock’s regular troops to Philadelphia, leaving Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and even Western New York to be ravaged by Indian raiding parties, encouraged by the French, led many in those colonies to question the worth of the link with Britain and to look to their own colonial governments to fill the vacuum left by the Royal Forces.”

“Braddock’s campaign provides a looming portent for the future of the colonies. Many of the participants went on to take major parts in the Revolutionary War: George Washington, Gage, Gates, Mercer, Lee and several others.”

It is truly humbling to think of the revolutionary war and the fight that took place for Independence and for a governing Republic that would embrace a new experiment on humanity of co-existence through freedom, liberty, and justice for all. That experiment looms right now, as it were hanging by a thread, precariously at a disadvantage to the overwhelming odds posed, which reminds me of my own condition and the fear which can rip into the courage to take a stand, press on, or to just abandon the cause?

Where would we be if these men had failed, had gone home because of one thing or another that put them at a disadvantage? Where would we be now, and where might we be headed if we do not take a stand now ourselves? As I think about the men who died in the revolutionary war and those who died in the Civil War for the precepts of individual rights and a Republic defined by our Constitution, I cannot turn back or shrink.

I must go on, and portend to our Creator that though it’s not bullets we face now, our Stand must go forward with every ounce of strength we possess as these men who have died in so many wars, and those who die today pledge an oath to defend the Constitution, we must take a stand now in the very necessary defense of our forefathers words hammered out in our Constitution which allow you and I to be free.
If our defenses of these words fail, surely the regret of indentured servitude we will lay upon the backs of our children.

“These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as Freedom should not be highly rated.”, iterated by Thomas Paine, is as easily spoke today with by far too many of our politicians who shrink from taking a stand for our Constitution.

Our forefathers could have never have dreamed of covering the country as I have in even a week, yet their fight and our fight is still for freedom and independence articulated in our Constitution and by God that demands a natural born citizen as our President.

One only has to look at the socialistic policies to identify this is not the noble work of an American President… cheating the Constitution, lying about qualifications, and then squandering the inheritance of freedom and liberty to our children with an embarrassing debt which just a generational theft- a parent selling their child to gratify instantly an appetite that is ravenous as wolfs that eat and are never satisfied.

This fight has not cost you anything, but it is on the verge of costing you everything. What do I mean by that?

I started this fight with John McCain not being qualified as a ‘natural born citizen’ and his selling his honor and integrity down the non-binding senate resolution of 511, which is a bloody trail of entrails. I filed that suit myself and conducted it myself. It didn’t cost you anything. I continued as a Presidential candidate of 2008 with not a single donation or contribution from any outside party or organization.

My standing as a Presidential candidate uniquely obligated me to take a stand against any other candidate in the race who was not in it fairly, as you have seen so many law suits dismissed because of ‘lack of standing’, I had standing and you certainly could not count on the Republican nominee for any integrity towards the Constitution as he prostrated himself to Obama like Obama did the King of Saudi Arabia.

Thus it remains my duty to call upon the integrity of my being to testify of this Constitutional violation of Obama not being a Natural Born Citizen, having appealed to John McCain’s qualification first to clean the conservative house, but having my Judge declare the case moot because Obama won, and thus putting that burden of responsibility fairly on Obama’s shoulders without regard to race or culture, this is Constitutional.

If I fail as a candidate in the presidential race to raise my voice, the courts have witnessed you don’t have a voice. You don’t have standing. If Obama goes unchecked with his social agenda, already over drafting America’s bank account 11 trillion, and another trillion to Greece this week, the eventual cost is going to be ‘everything’ you have.


I ask you for your help and assistance once again for I am doing all in my power for our United States Constitution to stand. Please take a stand with me and realize that is why I am called to witness.
Thank you

Cody Robert Judy
Your Brother in Freedom and Liberty
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