Oct
22

From Gary Coutin

The Electoral College violates the Declaration of Independence and the self-evident truths it expresses: The Declaration is the Supreme Law of the Land. The Slaveholder’s Constitution of 1787 was written by slaveholder’s for a government of slaveholders for the benefit of slaveholders. The Constitution not only established the government but it rigged the government for the benefit of the one percent of the people that owned slaves. The Slaveholder’s Constitution of 1787 also rigged the means of amending the Constitution so that it would not be possible for the national government to eliminate slavery by amending the Constitution. Slaveholder’s Constitution of 1787 ceased to have any legitimacy when the Slaveholders launched the War of the Slaveholder’s Rebellion we call the Civil War. The Slaveholder’s Constitution of 1787 was replaced by the People’s Constitution of a government of the people, by the people and for the people. The Electoral College is not only a relic of slavery from the past but it is a mechanism of slavery in the present. The Judiciary has jurisdiction to rule the Electoral College “unconstitutional” because the alternative to adjudication is a resumption of the Civil War and the courts are an alternative to violence. … [Read more...]

Oct
22

Abolish the Electoral College Part 2

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Oct
22

Abolish the Electoral College Part 1

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Oct
22

Gary Coutin’s Three Point Plan May 3, 2012

Lawsuit will be filed in Philadelphia. Electoral college violates the declaration of independence. Declaration of independence is the law of the land. One document 1787 (Constitution – 3/5ths of a human) and one in 1776 (Declaration – all men created equal) both in the same room in Philadelphia. This is the issue that started the Civil War that Abraham Lincoln said that the Declaration was the law of the land. This was settled on the battlefield. And the constitution was later reconstituted. We’re not under the old constitution any more. We’re under a new constitution. He can’t find a single court that says the Declaration is not the law of the land. Even Dred Scott. It implies that it is but it doesn’t cover the African Americans because they were brought here as articles of commerce as property. That is the slave-owner point of view but that decision was never overturned. Dred Scott is still the law of the land. But Dred Scott does accept that the Declaration is the supreme law of the land — but it qualifies it and says that Africans are not people and the Declaration wasn’t intended to apply to them. Well the Declaration says that “all men are created equal” and all means all. That’s the essence of the lawsuit and it’s never been involved. He will file the lawsuit in a state court in Philadelphia testing whether the Declaration of Independence is the supreme law of the land. Filed July 4th. The argument is 800 pages long. He’s going to have to get it printed and … [Read more...]

Oct
22

I am the Attorney Vox Populi from Gary Coutin

I am the attorney vox populi speaking for the majority to vote directly and equally for the President as set forth in the Declaration.  I have been suing the Electoral College since November 2000 when the Electoral College threatened to reverse the vote of the American people.  This is illegal.  Andrew Jackson said it was illegal 180 years ago.   To the people belongs the right of electing their chief magistrate; it was never designed that their choice should, in any case, be defeated, either by the intervention of electoral colleges, or by the agency confided, under certain contingencies, to the House of Representatives.[i]   The Electoral College is a device of the one percent to reduce the 99% to a state of slavery, for if you cannot vote for the President, then you are nothing but a slave.  The Electoral College is unconstitutional.   …Let all the votes of all the voters be collected in one general return; and let the election be decreed to him who has a majority of the whole.[ii]   The Constitution (e.g., the Electoral College) denies the American people the right to vote for the President and then gives the weight of the vote unequally (e.g., depending upon the place where the vote is cast).  This is a violation of the Declaration.  If the Declaration is the Supreme Law, then the Electoral College is unconstitutional.   The law of the Electoral College violates the Constitution itself. For if the … [Read more...]

Oct
22

Dear Press of Philadelphia from Gary Coutin March 9, 2012

Dear Press of Philadelphia, I learned your names and emails during the recent fight to alter the Electoral College law of the State of Pennsylvania.   This effort to rig a two hundred old law by partisans for partisan advantage got me to thinking that the law governing the election of the highest official of the nation should rest upon the self-evident truths of the Declaration of Independence. What better place to hear a lawsuit than on the Declaration of Independence than Philadelphia, home of Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.   Home of the place where the Constitution was written.   In Pennsylvania, home to the battle field where the proposition was to be tested whether a nation dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal could long endure. This lawsuit will be the last battle of the Civil War.  This lawsuit will be the last battle of the American Revolution.   Is the Declaration of Independence the Supreme Law of the Land, superior to the Constitution of 1787 where the two are inconsistent and repugnant to one another?  That is the question. I have written many articles and books on the subject.  I will be sharing them over the next few days. I have been suing the Electoral College since November 2000. This lawsuit is sponsored by Roseanne Barr as part of her political campaign for the Presidency on the Green Party Ticket.  Her platform is that the Declaration of Independence is the Supreme Law of the Land, superior to the Constitution … [Read more...]

Sep
05

In a Vote by 2/3 the Ayes Have IT?? What??

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Jun
14

Letter Re Electoral College

Dear Roseanne, I will need to know soon whether to plan on the lawsuit in Philadelphia as I am running low on funds altogether. The Electoral College spreads the Wisconsin model across the nation. Citizens United has increased corporate funding 425%. Two thirds of Walker's funds came from out of state. Money is free to cross state lines under the commerce clause. But the Electoral College stops the opinions of the people of the United States from joining together into a national opinion. This allows corporate money to overwhelm the local forces at a few pivotal locations. Only ten of the states are still in play; 200 million are already spectators in the momentous decision. … [Read more...]