IPFS Tisha Casida

Congressional Candidate - Colorado, 3rd District

Tisha Casida

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Fixing Our Problems, Not Complaining About Them

I cannot tell you how many posts, emails, texts, calls, and other communications I receive about all hell breaking loose in our country.  What is beyond my comprehension is that we are still discussing the mere existence of these problems that can be somewhat easily fixed at the state and local level of government.

There is a place for liberty and there is a place for law and justice.  It is like Yin and Yang – they exist together and work together.  There are good people, and there are bad people, and we have to co-exist as best we can to ensure freedom, responsibility, peace, and prosperity.  Trust me, this is not easy, but I promise you that complaining about the problems does nothing to win the war – only arming yourself with the resources and tools, then engaging in the battle itself, will win the fight.  That is what this is all about.

“He who knows when he can fight and when he cannot, will be victorious.”  – Sun Tzu

We can fight the enemy, right here in our own community, in our own state – this is where we are strongest and where we have the most power.  We are the roots of the American society, let us strengthen them to be able to deal with the storm of Washington, D.C.

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution…are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” – Amendment X to the Constitution of the united States of America

First of all, the Federal Reserve System is a banking cartel created by global elites that have sold out the American people (and the world), that have bankrupted the American people, and that have created economic slaves of all of us.  This banking system must stop.  Ideally, fixing the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C,. is going to take some time.  What we can do right now is have every State in the Union adopt legislation for and create State-run banks that are an effective hedge against the Federal Reserve System.  A fine example of one of these state banks already exists in North Dakota.  And if we are smart, we will use our most precious resource – time – to work on a similar solution in our own States.

Secondly, Congress has enacted and the President has signed into law several pieces of legislation that are downright unconstitutional.  As a matter of fact, the most recent piece of legislation signed, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) (specifically Section 1021) is treasonous.  Having the military take away and detain Americans is unconstitutional and everything that our American men and women fought against in the first American Revolution.  No King should be able to take away the God-given rights of another with the waft of a pen – and that is exactly what has happened.  It is now “legal” (not constitutional) for an agent of the military to take me away and detain me indefinitely without a trial.  If I am committing a “belligerent act” by calling our President a King, then I have just made myself an enemy of the united States of America (what happened to freedom of speech?).  Other unconstitutional acts include: the Patriot Act, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the Federal Reserve Act, and of course the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA), which are still being debated.  Ideally we would have a Congress that would repeal the unconstitutional parts of these pieces of legislation.  What we can do right now is nullify these pieces of legislation at the State or County level.  Especially in the case of legislation that presents a direct threat to the civil liberties as outlined in the Bill of Rights of the Constitution – County Sheriffs at the county level are supposed to be stepping up and protecting the American people based on the Constitution of the united States of America.  And of course it is a solution that we can take action on right now in our own localities.

Lastly, our military is here to protect the American people.  Our law enforcement is here to protect the American people.  The Oath that is sworn by law enforcement, our military, and Congress – is an oath to the Constitution of the united States of America.  We must hold our military, law enforcement, and Congress accountable to this oath– we elect our fellow Americans to the role of representative and role of sheriff.  And we elect our commander in chief of the military.  Our last safeguard for our freedom is people like you and me.  And that line in the sand, when crossed, must have consequences for those who attempt to take the life and liberty of our fellow Americans.

Liberty and law – working hand in hand – are all we have left if we are to “save” any part of our American roots.  The law is the Constitution – and there is a place for justice.  Liberty is our ability to “alter and abolish” our government when it is not working out to protect the people’s freedoms.

Washington, D.C. may implode – I am asking that you help elect me so that I can go there to help fix it.  If that doesn’t work though, I am here no matter what to tell the federal government – NO.  No more unconstitutional laws, no more unsound currency, no more unconstitutional wars.  I am here to fight for you – the federal government is out of control, and it is our job to use our States and counties to step up.

Not complain – step up.  Our enemy depends on fear and inaction – let’s change that.

“Know thy self, know thy enemy. A thousand battles, a thousand victories.” – Sun Tzu

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