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29 October 2010
Mike Vanderboegh, long-time constitutional militia advocate and founder of the Three Percent movement, will speak on the subject of the unintended consequences of election fraud in a speech at the armed Restore the Constitution rally at Horse Pens 40 park, just off Interstate 59 in northeast St. Clair County Alabama on Saturday, 30 October, from 12 Noon to 4 PM.
Amid a growing number of credible reports of election fraud from all across the country, Vanderboegh will observe, among other things:
"You know, we don't have the death penalty in this country for simple thievery, except in the case of federal elections. That law isn't on the books. Yet. But it does exist. How do I know? Try it and find out."
"When elections are stolen -- when democracy turns to tyranny -- citizens with rifles still get to vote."
Vanderboegh will also quote with approval these words from Selwyn Duke, writing at American Thinker in an article entitled "The Democrats' Final Recourse: Massive Vote Fraud":
"(V)ote-snatchers are worse than murderers. They not only steal votes, but also our future; they undermine the rule of law and threaten the republic itself. In a saner time, they would probably be hanged. And if it becomes apparent that the government -- the Eric Holder DOJ, judges, and others -- has become so corrupt that it will preserve its power by negating the votes of the people, then we should consider our Founding Fathers' words: 'whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends [life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness], it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it.'"
Vanderboegh's Three Percent movement was denounced by former President Bill Clinton in a speech given at the Center for American Progress on April 19 this year. He is also notorious for having issued the call to break the windows of local Democrat party headquarters in advance of the passage of the "Obamacare" Law -- a call which was answered by vandalism at offices from New York to Alaska.
The overall purpose of this rally is to remind everyone that:
1. a right which is not regularly exercised is a right denied, and,
2. that it is past time for the Constitution and the rule of law first crafted by the Founders, securing our God-given and inalienable rights to liberty and property be restored. In fact, we insist upon it.
More details are available by responding to Mike Vanderboegh at GeorgeMason1776@aol.com.
Restore the Constitution website: http://restoretheconstitution.ning.com/
Horse Pens 40 website: http://horsepens40.tripod.com/
Mike Vanderboegh's Three Percenter website: http://sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com
Selwyn Duke's article on voter fraud: http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/10/the_democrats_final_recourse_m.html