Was The Declaration of Independence Repealed
Tuesday 04-07-09

Some online are saying that
 it was was nullified at the meeting of the G-20 in London, on April, 2, 2009.

No matter what took place on April 2, 2009, the federal government has a pre-existing contract that would legally nullify anything that contradicts it. The contract has no ending date. The contract is the U.S. Constitution.

Our founding fathers upheld the truths found in the Declaration of Independence within the U.S. Constitution in the closing paragraph. It is in there by way of a positional-second dating system with the use of a prepositional phrase that is connected with the conjunction 'and', equating it with the positional-first dating system, the Gregorian dating system.

Legally, we cannot go outside of the date on a contract. Hence, all interpretations, applications, and utilization of a contract must fall within the boundaries of the date on the contract. For the record, there is no ending date.

One more piece of info: A contract is "a meeting of the minds." It is not about what people can 'bend' the U.S. Constitution to mean, as with what took place in the court case, Row vs. Wade. It is about what was meant at the time the U.S. Constitution was written and or amended.

For my article on the U.S. Constitution upholding the Declaration of Independence: Click Here

Debra J.M. Smith
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