Texas Advocate asks: "Where’s the US Constitution?"

The following is an excerpt from Beanie Adolph’s testimony before the Texas House of Representatives Business and Industry committee hearing of March 21 that was considering a Texas version of UCIOA.

Is it proper for the state to create a form of local government that is not compatible with our American system of democracy?

Is it proper for the state to permit the existence of private quasi-governments that regulate and CONTROL the behavior of citizens without the same due process and equal protection clauses of the 14th Amendment?

When did “whatever the people privately contract” prevail over the protections of the U.S. Constitution?

And so we come to Act IV. The CAI is proposing its latest statute. This statute is so opposed to the freedom that is believed basic to our country that it defies reason that you are even considering it. The answer must be NO! a loud NO!. Freedom must be restored. Homestead protection must be restored.

I believe you take an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution. Please be true to your country, to your state, and to your constituents and DENY this TUPCA proposal – and then AMEND THE PROPERTY CODE SO THAT HOA FORECLOSURE IS NO LONGER A THREAT TO HOMEOWNERS.

To view the complete statement, see Texas.

Published in: on March 24, 2006 at 4:13 pm  Leave a Comment  

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