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PHOSPHENE wrote:The atheist's claim is a factual one.... "There's no evidence of God."
Marc Stevens' research is like political atheism ......."There's no evidence that the Constitution applies."
That claim is supported by contract law. It's a fact that we did not sign the Constitution. Therefore, we are not party to it.
3 The Senators and Representatives before
mentioned, and the Members of the several
State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial
Officers, both of the United States and of
the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation,
to support this Constitution; but no
religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification
to any Office or public Trust under the
Nunya_Bizness wrote:No one has sworn an article VI oath to support"this" Constitution.
On general principles of law and reason, the oaths which these pretended agents of the people take "to support the Constitution," are of no validity or obligation. And why? For this, if for no other reason, viz., THAT THEY ARE GIVEN TO NOBODY. There is no privity (as the lawyers say) — that is, no mutual recognition, consent, and agreement — between those who take these oaths, and any other persons.
If I go upon Boston Common, and in the presence of a hundred thousand people, men, women and children, with whom I have no contract upon the subject, take an oath that I will enforce upon them the laws of Moses, of Lycurgus, of Solon, of Justinian, or of Alfred, that oath is, on general principles of law and reason, of no obligation. It is of no obligation, not merely because it is intrinsically a criminal one, BUT ALSO BECAUSE IT IS GIVEN TO NOBODY, and consequently pledges my faith to nobody. It is merely given to the winds.
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