Sunday, July 29, 2012

Remember our Framers and Founders in Judy v. Obama SCOTUS 12-5276


Remember our Framers and Founders in Judy v. Obama SCOTUS 12-5276

In a newly released video The Cody Robert Judy for President 2012 U.S.C. Eligibility Campaign reflects the principles and standards of our framers and founders that have been ingrained in us. This certainly presents a genuine reflecting pool for Americans to all ponder.

From one who earned a reputation as a great communicator , Ronald Reagan said, "Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom and then lost it have never known it again."

It is very easy to see that in no point in our modern history has our Constitution come under such a heavy domestic threat from the very people who have enjoyed the freedom of speech and freedom of the press.

Getting close to politicians, the press in many cases now days, must often acquiesce their stories for Government approval for the politically correct establishment of the State. While
'being in' is certainly "no sin", the price is often compromising professional journalism.

No where in our American history have we seen this placed upon the sacrificial table more then Obama's fraudulent identification transparency by the press. Indeed it may well be said in our future that "The Press" lost itself in the dis-ease of the "State" and they along with the United States Supreme Court Justices become relics to the principle they once served that was surrendered by their own hands.

Remember Framers and Founders in Judy v. Obama United States Supreme Court 12-5276

Cody Robert Judy reflects on his childhood and compares the demolition of his fathers house to the demolition of the United States Constitution. "Yet", he reflects, " The founding fathers built on straight and sound principles and those have been ingrained in me". The Judy v. Obama U.S. Supreme Court Case challenges the crooked and twisted path of Obama's fraudulent identification transparency.

Cody Robert Judy continues to raise the voice of warning and fight with courage the onslaught of negativity that comes from the very people he is fighting to protect: Those who actually depend upon the Constitution but "think" they don't or that it will never change.

Asked upon where he draws the strength to continue Cody has no problem acknowledging the Creator whose blessings of love flow from Heaven like the sweetest nectar one could imagine.

"I've endeared things that I thought I couldn't endure", Cody said, " I remember twenty years ago the onslaught of abuse I received from those in power and control who kept me locked down 23 hours a day in a space as big as your everyday bathroom for nearly 4 years of my 8 years of incarceration because of the length of my hair. It didn't make the least bit of common sense but they did it every day just waiting for me to crack."

"The guards would come and mock me and tell me it was NEVER going to change; that the Supreme Court would never rule in my favor. That things were set and that's just the way it was. There were men who didn't cut their hair because of religious reasons who also had suffered this miserable cruel and unusual treatment, but I didn't sue them because of that. I sued them because it wasn't a sanitary or health care problem as they insisted, because the women inmates had a code that was one sentence long, "Women inmates can grow their hair as long as they want", it was a discrimination of gender. Something the Supreme Court agreed on and it made sense."

"Most people could understand that, but somehow someway the ones who got into powerful positions had lost their common sense. They had gone crazy and were the loons. That's a scary situation to be in and we are very close to that when it comes to the respect of our Constitution, and the understanding of exactly what freedom and liberty creates verses the lock down of an enslaved population."

"What Ronald Reagan said is very true, 'Those who have known freedom and then lost it have never known it again." Much of the press ignores the actions of Obama releasing compromised identification papers, and a host of other willful malfeasance and called it legit, and instead want to focus on my incarceration which is over on an offense of words made in a religious meeting some 20 years ago. That doesn't make any sense."

"I've told people I paid society what they wanted completely and our United States Constitution declares that we will NOT discriminate in the political arena denying people the right to vote, and in such the right to run for office, based on race, color, or previous conditions of servitude. In truth this is a great lesson on forgiveness we are pressed to understand. You don't keep asking for freight money on something that has been paid for, while some one who hasn't paid any freight, like Obama, is loading the ship up heavy and walking away with it."

"This case in the United States Supreme Court is not about me and my wrong doing, its about Obama's not telling the truth on his "Declaration of Candidacy" and the fall out from that one lie that continues to rack up points on being the biggest fraud and forgery in our history! For all intensive purposes the Utah Media is Republican.. the majority of Politicians in Utah are Republican, and this "was the place" that had no problem doing to me what they did which is consistent with the national Republican Party sweeping their own complacency under the rug of the biggest fraud and forgery case in American history. How can they deny that?"

"Now asking me how they should feel about it, is not something I care to comment about. Maybe it is something you should ask them about, because it doesn't make any sense to me? That to me is bizarre, loony, crazy, and just plain weird as it relates to the sound conservative principles of the Founders and Framers of the United States of America?"
Political Commericals: CRJ TV

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