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 Post subject: USP: Special Bulletin 11/12/2011
PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2011 4:51 pm 
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From: Secretary James Ogle [Free Parliamentary]
Subject: USP: Special Bulletin 11/12/2011
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1. Forty Items Elected on Executives Direct Democracy (DD) Eballot
2. 100 Names and 21 Back-ups Elected to Mid-West Super-state Parliament (ss8)
3. New York Super-state Parliament (ss2)
4. Wyoming Mini-state Parliament (ss12-12)
5. Sacramento Region Mini-state Parliament (ss11-4)
6. The Los Angeles Mini-state Parliament Circuit (ss11-9)
7. Good News Re: Constitution/Libertarian/Free Parliamentary Coalition
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1. Forty Items Elected on Executives Direct Democracy (DD) Eballot
viewtopic.php?f=54&t=513

Final Results from 2nd Direct Democracy (DD) Planks on the Platform Election Executives Eballot
Thirty-nine Items Passed on 11/11/2011
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Four eballots were cast, plus one spoiled eballot, for a total of five eballots,
so a majority (50% plus one) of three tics are required for passing each of
the forty items listed below.

THE FOLLOWING FORTY ITEMS ARE CONSIDERED PASSED IN CONSECUTIVE ORDER:

___ Real investigations for the many white collar criminals that crashed the US economy. After a conviction, declare such types as enemy combatants and be put in the same category as we do terrorists. Both are a huge threat to the American people. Let's be totally honest about this.
___ End the drug war at the federal level, let states decide to legalize marijuana and regulate hard drugs if they feel that state resources for law enforcement are best used elsewhere and they want to take the profit motive out of violent drug gangs. The only people that profit off the drug war are law enforcement, prisons, and drug gangs. We need to stop repeating the mistake of alcohol probation.
___ ELIMINATE "PERSONHOOD" STATUS FOR CORPORATIONS (Sorry Mitt Romney)
___ Single payer health care, or a health care public option for the states that want it. Put it to a popular vote in every state. Why should Americans keep waiting for the federal government to fix this problem? Let the states levy taxes to finance such a system, and allow those states that still want private health insurance to stick with their system.
___ Legalize marijuana.
___ End of War on Drugs
___ In the case that the USA has so many laws that it becomes
unconstitutional to have such laws, every single Law, Bill, and Act should
be overruled by the Constitution and stripped from the country's Justice
System leaving only the Constitution and Declaration of Independence as the
skeletal structure of this country to further re-create new Laws, Bills, and
Acts that are Constitutional.
___ Anti-surveillance & Pro-privacy
___ Decriminalize marijuana.
___ Pro-alternative energy
___ Link the value of the dollar to gold and silver.
___ Reinforcing the understanding of our unalienable rights endowed by our Creator
by eliminating the use of the word "privilege" contained throughout statutes.
___ Anti-war & Pro-trade
___ Pro-organic foods & pure water
___ End secrecy in government.
___ Make legal terms every day common language instead of Latin or
other specially designed terms.
___ The right of individuals and of citizen militias to keep and bear arms, including
legally concealed weapons; and the freedom to manufacture, purchase, trade and train in
the use of such weapons and their constituent parts including the unfettered acquisition
of ammunition.
___ Bring back Glass-Stegal. It's painfully Ironic that a bill who's purpose was to prevent another great depression was repealed and we have the worst economy since the depression. Bring it back word for word and if there's anything that honestly needs to be modified due to technology, etc. let those specific points be debated at a later time after we kick all the lobbyists out.
___ End the military industrial complex (that WWII General and president Dwight D Eisenhower talked about) End our foreign policy of being global police, cut our bloated military spending to help balance our budget, withdraw US troops from most foreign nations. Investigate military contractors for theft of US taxpayer dollars.
___ Create questionnaire for online polling of potential candidates
for their positions on the issues.
___ Government out of marriage
___ A rebuilding of America's infrastructure with a huge investment in high speed rail, electric cars, windmills, solar panels and any other energy efficient technology. Major R&D research into green tech and find those silver bullet breakthroughs that could create a tech boom much like the evolution of the computer/internet age that's still evolving. It's long overdue that America invests in itself and that our government takes a very active role in this. Hiring preferences need to be given to US citizens first and foremost.
___ Kick out the fed.
___ RE-ESTABLISH THE PUBLIC AIRWAVES IN THE U.S. SO THAT POLITICAL CANDIDATES ARE GIVEN EQUAL TIME FOR FREE AT REASONABLE INTERVALS IN DAILY PROGRAMMING DURING CAMPAIGN SEASON. The same should extend to other media. CONGRESS ENACT SPECIFIC LAWS THAT EFFECTIVELY BUILD A WALL BETWEEN THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY AND THE U.S. MILITARY. If we're going after corruption and also trying to reduce all the unnecessary wars that are costly in so many ways (most importantly costly in terms of human life on both sides), then this is the GRANDDADDY OF ALL REFORMS. Any of you who have seen the award winning widely popular documentary "Why We Fight" will realize the HUGE impact of this. Here's a snippet of Eisenhower's speech. It'll give you shivers. He was so brave: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUXtyIQjubU
___ Overturn the citizen's united ruling that 80% of America is opposed to. Add a constitutional amendment that says corporations are not people and that corporations are forbidden to lobby or give money to political campaigns. Too many corporations have done far too much damage to this nation with their lobbying and owning of DC politicians. They must never be allowed to do this again. (93)
___ CONGRESS PASS SPECIFIC AND EFFECTIVE LAWS LIMITING THE INFLUENCE OF LOBBYISTS AND ELIMINATING THE PRACTICE OF LOBBYISTS WRITING LEGISLATION THAT ENDS UP ON THE FLOOR OF CONGRESS.
___ The right of jurors to judge the law as well as the facts, according to their
conscience, otherwise known as Jury Nullification of the law.
___ National Investment 50% of investments must be in industries that we need to develop in order to Develop a sustainable economy. This can be temporary and adjusted as needed. Investments would be in areas like farming, green industry, which includes alternative, renewables, clean, training, education, ect.
___ Finally, preparing people intellectually and emotionally for the changes and challenges that lie ahead.
___ Out law the poisoning of water air and people by chemtrails in the sky and every other
insane thing that this government passes into law each and every day.
___ Full time 32 hour work week. The 40 hour work week is outdated due to the internet/automation etc. There's far too many out of work, and at least on paper, this solution would boost employment by 20%. Does anyone else have a solution that can make this claim? I know this isn't an original idea, but the fact is that far more people would be employed if we did this. I know this is over simplifying, but would we rather live in a country where 80% of Americans are employed at 40 hours a week or have 100% employed at 32 hours a week?
___ Abolish or severely modify all free trade agreements. And create anti outsourcing laws to assure that America always good paying middle class jobs. Free trade agreements were created by lobbyists, not because of public demand. They only serve a small few, not the common citizens of the US or any other nation that has them. We either need reforms that assure that these agreements meet the needs of the bottom 99% or just simply get rid of them. If we need new trade agreements we can always start from scratch. America needs leadership that acknowledges that outsourcing is destructive to the US economy since the vast majority of Americans know this all too well.
___ Raise taxes on the rich, and close all corporate loopholes to assist with balancing our budget and create a surplus, which is what we really need to pay down the national debt. For those rich that object to this, allow them to denounce their US citizenship and leave the United States, and never be allowed to return. America is much better off without such people, nor should we be dependent on their whims to have a strong economy.
___ The 8th US Parliament will overrule Congress in the case the
Congress attempts to overrule any Constitutional Rights.
___ Implement plans and legislation to create jobs.
___ Proposal of harsher punishment of Animal Cruelty, Abuse and Neglect and write into bill ANTI-Bullying laws with harsh punishments.
___ Institute solar energy
___ Shut down nuclear energy in the US
___ Create a system of barter that will take us into the next century.
___ All police officers shall be elected, and will have to vie for their jobs
in each and every county under the Sainte-Lague Parliament Seat distribution system.
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Total 40 Items Passed
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2. 100 Names and 21 Back-ups Elected to Mid-West Super-state Parliament (ss8)
http://www.usparliament.org/ss8.php

One Hundred Elected Members of Super-state Parliament (MSPs)

Green Tea Party - 39 MSPs

Roseanne Barr, Jerry Hopkins, Chuck Jenson, Dave Evans, Rocky Porep, Jessica Angell, Vanessa Sokol, Seth J. Jones, Liza Fontaine, David Colins, Tamara Gates, Terry Martin, Robin Farcoski, Cornyn Johns, Andrew Davis, Ed Fritz, Junna Tahib, Samantha Schneider, Jorge Sanchez, Kate O'Toole, Uma Skelwitz, Steven Helkeman, Jason Roseder, Eric Cantique, Herman Birchfield, Sam Revens [Green Teas], Jessica Rainberg, Jodie Jacobs, Bree Saucedo, Nancy Ericson, Kiara Jackson, Brenda Wychoff, Jennifer Distler, Linda Landis, Anthony Parilli, Amber Davies, James Wyckoff Jr., Jill Donka, Tanya Gates

Parties With One Seat - 26 MSPs

Chuck Pasch [Environmentalist], James Ogle [Free Parliamentary], Josh Ondich [Coffee], Chad Lorenzo [Gay Rights], Arlene Frisk [I Want to Vote for Roseanne], Crystal Wyckoff [Joshua-Paul #8 with Roseanne], Jeff Fecke [Anarchist], Ted Kuhn [Radical American Movement], Lauri Dext [Independent], Yoshi Urser [Freedom], John Gaspari [Conservative], David L. Wetzell [LT Party Movement], Norman Nithman [New], Princess Hale [Tea], Angie Quarner [Tree Hugger], Allen McKinney [Open], Anesdy [Non-Party], Lori Dean [Roseannarchy], Diane Finny [Free Liberty], Arlando Garcia [Free Speech], Katie Young [Free], Christopher Doan [Freedom Michigan], Zachary Scott Gordon [American Libertarian], Nikita Washington [Winfreyism], Chuck Gates [Voting for Joshua-Paul], Joanne Yarbrough [Joshua-Paul Supporter]

Info. Not Avail. - 12 MSPs

Carrie Gates, Steve Bartnan, Diane Mercer, Adam Thompson, Paul Blenkle, George Tapanopoulas, Shelli Ali, Earl Bagwell, Stuart Narlen, Zachary Cardinal, Jim Riley, Tyler Humber

Green Party - 6 MSPs

Lowell Mathes, John Talbot, Gail Baxter, Randy Toler, Fred Wagner, Andrew Stout

Pot Party - 5 MSPs

Sam Steffan, Bill Cruzen, Nina Gurnsey, Jodi Sellers, Christopher J. Oberman

Roseanne Party - 4 MSPs

Martha Cox, Terry Gates, Coco Lady Transman, Gary Kuhn [Roseanne/JoshuaPaul]

Socialist, CPUSA Party - 3 MSPs

Joshua-Paul Angell [Socialist, CPUSA], Michael Baker [Socialist Party USA], Jenny Petrie [Socialist]

Democratic Party 3 MSPs

Tina Lorbetsen [Democratic Reformist], Peter Stone, Charles Trent

Republican Party - 2 MSPs

Carol Paul, Michele Bachman
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Total 100 Elected MSPs
Updated on 11/12/2011


Twenty-one Consecutively ranked names as back-ups

Loretta Uchi [Info. Not Avail.], Bill Vertop [Info. Not Avail.], Patti Lober [Info. Not Avail.], Ben Kamet [Info. Not Avail.], Charlotte Werner [Info. Not Avail.], Larry Eddington [Info. Not Avail.], Brando Wallace [Info. Not Avail.], Marcie Cunningham [Info. Not Avail.], Stacy Kingsley [Info. Not Avail.], Adam Seder [Info. Not Avail.], Roger Skilling [Info. Not Avail.], Kevin Reggins [Info. Not Avail.], Tina Cook [Independent], Robert N. Davis [Independent], Tasvir Singh Bhardwaj [Green], April Flint [Democratic], Katherine Toppins [Info. Not Avail.], Ellen Paige [Info. Not Avail.], Diana P Fanai [All Party System], Leigh Vanhorn [Info. Not Avail.], Dean Marsden [Info. Not Avail.]
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First vote count on 11/12/2011
Volunteer vote counter, James Ogle
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3. New York Super-state Parliament (ss2)
http://www.usparliament.org/ss2.php

MSP Robert N. Davis [Independent] Self Appointed
http://www.robertdavis.info
MSP=member of super-state parliament
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4. Wyoming Mini-state Parliament (ss12-12)
http://www.usparliament.org/ss12-12.php

MMP Senene Sabe [Saaabeeb] Self Appointed
MMP=member of mini-state parliament
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5. Sacramento Region Mini-state Parliament (ss11-4)
http://www.usparliament.org/ss11-4.php

MMP Chris Johnson [Conservative Party of California] Self Appointed
MMP=member of mini-state parliament
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6. The Los Angeles Mini-state Parliament Circuit (ss11-9)
http://usparliament.org/ss11-9.php

MMP Mosheh Eesho Muhammad Al-faraj Thezion [Republican] Self Appointed
http://www.mosheh.org/
MMP=member of mini-state parliament
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7. Good News Re: Constitution/Libertarian/Free Parliamentary Coalition
By Vote Counting Minister James Ogle [Free Parliamentary]

Great news, the cool chair of the Alaska Constitution Party, Platform Minister J.R. Myers [Constitution], has just ranked ALL of the items on the direct democracy (DD) eballot for the executives planks on the platform ballot, and his choices (plus three write-in ideas) can be viewed by clicking the link below. This is now like a Constitution/Libertarian/Free Parliamentary Coalition, and a time for celebration, since I am a candidate for US president with the national Libertarian Party in 2012. So now we need to decide which woman for president (I will be standing down and will serve as vice president, depending on the results of the 8th USA Parliament Election of 2012). Will it be Prime Minister Roseanne Barr [Green Tea], Jill Stein [Green], Communication Minister Cynthia McKinney [Green] or Director Tina Cook [Independent]? viewtopic.php?f=54&t=510&p=1020#p1020
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