Col. Barfoot HOA justice moves to US Congress

WTVR.COM in Richmond, VA announced that two Congressmen have introduced a resolution (H. Res. 952) in the US House to permit the flag to be flown anywhere by Medal of Honor winners.  I congratulate these Congressmen, but the bill falls short of granting free speech rights to all Americans living in HOAs.

What is necessary is to educate Congress about the hidden aspects of the HOA legal scheme that denies citizens their rights under state and federal laws.  I commented on this article as follows:

Congress should look into the entire HOA legal scheme that creates a private, political government that controls and regulates the people within a territory, the subdivision subject to CC&Rs. Under unconscionable adhesion contracts, unsuspecting homebuyers are deprived of their constitutional rights to due process and the equal application of the laws.

State legislatures have not delegated any such governing powers to these private organizations! As a private organization, the HOA government is not subject to the 14th Amendment that all other forms of government are subject.

State laws are biased in favor of the HOA and against the homeonwers under a gross refusal to recognize the failures of a genuine, explicit consent to the loss of their rights and freedoms that are enjoyed by all others not living in an HOA.

Much more can be said!

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Please write and educate Congress, and especially Rep. Cantor, Minority Whip, (CA) and Representative McKeon (VA).  We know that CAI will!

From Rep. McKeon’s webpage:

“I was appalled to learn that one of our decorated Congressional Medal of Honor veterans was being prevented from proudly displaying the Flag of the United States of America in an honorable way,” said Rep. McKeon“This reminds me of that famous quote by George Washington: ‘The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional as to how they perceive the Veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their country.’  Our service men and women – especially those living with honors and distinction- should be allowed to fly the flag that represents the very freedoms they fought so hard to protect.”
“It’s a sad day when a veteran of three wars is told he cannot fly the American flag on a poll outside of his home,” said Republican Whip Cantor.  Col. Barfoot made countless sacrifices, wore our country’s uniform with honor, and has earned the right to proudly display the American flag.  I thank Col. Barfoot for his service and support his patriotism and efforts, as well as those here in the House, to allow him to fly his flag.” 
Published in: on December 9, 2009 at 8:00 pm  Leave a Comment  

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