The Fundamental Right To Produce & Consume Foods of Choice
"Wholly Without Merit: No Right to Food Choice"
Date: 1/24/2012 5:33:58 AM ( 5 y ) ... viewed 1570 times
"Wisconsin Judge Patrick J. Fiedler impudently ruled that 'no, Plaintiffs do not have a fundamental right to produce and consume the foods of their choice.'"
My questions are:
(1.) Exactly what kind of "court" is this?
(2.) What kind of "judge" is this?
(3.) What kind of "Law" is considered?
(4.) What is the jurisdiction of this court?
(5.) What are the Federal attachments to this court?
(6.) Who does the "judge" think these plaintiffs are (as far as their lawful status)?
Once the full truth on all six of these questions is known then I think we will see that the declaration that the judge made (assuming that there is a true lawful grounds for it) is going to be very limited in it's scope.
It certainly is not all-inclusive! No judge, no court or ruling has ever had an all-inclusive jurisdiction that could possibly include all of America and all of the American people. Not unless the people are totally hoodwinked into believing that they have either given government unlimited power and authority or that somehow government inherently has that. All truly American government is limited and if not then it is not a lawful American government because American government is based o written law that comes with enumerated powers that are delegated by the people. And the people have never authorized their own enslavement or their own deprivation of the necessities for their life, liberty and / or pursuit of their own happiness!
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