Invitation to a Free People: Continental Congress 2009

©2009 drkate

The price of liberty is eternal vigilance–Jefferson

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Exasperated by King George’s refusal to listen to the Colonies’ petition for redress of grievances regarding  excessive taxation, brutality, and occupation, our Founders called for the people of each of the colonies to select representatives  to join a Continental Congress. The delegates  met in Philadelphia to weigh the heavy issue of independence or accommodation with the British.

For over 15 years, the King had refused to hear any of the grievances to which the colonists were legally entitled under English laws.  We know the rest of the story: the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and then through Constitutional Convention, the Constitution of the United States of America.

Fast Forward 233 Years

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Well, over 233 years later, after about 75 years of aggressive assault on the Constitution, and after 15 years of petitioning the government for redress as is our capstone right in the First Amendment, it is time for the third Continental Congress:  Continental Congress 2009:  – The Next Step for A Free People.

On September 12, 2009, the largest exercise of First Amendment rights ever in our Nation’s capitol signaled a rising tide of constitutional awareness and defense within the American people.  Could this be the critical mass America now needs?

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For a better image, and to purchase the poster, go here.

Invitation to the People

The invitation?  To select the delegates for the Continental Congress from your state! Go here to vote by October 10th, 2009! And, I’d like point out that our friend The Dame Truth is a candidate for delegate from the Great State of New York! 😉

Please join your fellow Patriots in this next step in our remarkable history, and vote for a delegate from your state!

"We mutally pledge to each other..."

"We mutually pledge to each other..."

16 Responses to “Invitation to a Free People: Continental Congress 2009”


  1. 1 Katie October 8, 2009 at 6:58 am

    I was on a conference call last night for the purpose of explaining the voting process. (It will be my honor and privilege to work at the voting location in my town.)

    I can assure you that all care has been taken to ensure your vote is counted, on a paper ballot, the way it should be!

  2. 2 No-nonsense-nancy October 8, 2009 at 9:10 am

    I am planning to vote in my state, PA. We have 11 candidates, many of whom are very qualified. It was difficult, after studying their profiles, to pick only 3 to vote for delegates! I do have a question , hoping someone can answer it. If you send in a ballot you have to include a registration which has to be notarized. If you vote in a polling place do you also need a notarized registration form? Since the voting is on Saturday most notary places may be closed, as well as post offices closing at noon.

    Good luck to the Dame in NY and to you, also, Dr. Kate in Wyoming! Dr Kate was being modest in mentioning the Dame being a candidate and not mentioning that she is indeed one also!

    • 3 drkate October 8, 2009 at 9:58 am

      Hi there! Thank you for your comments and support!

      Regarding the voting on Saturday, October 10. You do NOT need a notarized registration form, you will register at the voting place with your regular ID.

      Those who are mailing it in need the notarized registration form.

    • 4 Quantum Leap October 8, 2009 at 3:17 pm

      Any UPS STORE can do it for $5. They are opened until 6 pm nationwide. I think 7 days a week.

  3. 5 susan h October 8, 2009 at 9:40 am

    TO ALL: Is it too early to get excited about this? See John Charlton’s web about the case of Barnett v. Obama – an inquiry into the matte of BHO and Charlton explains what this is about. Very interesting reading.

    http://thepostnemail.wordpress.com/

    • 6 drkate October 8, 2009 at 9:59 am

      Very interesting read! Thank you for the link, it is one of the only places I have seen to describe her case.

      Not sure what to make of this, but the important thing for me is that Obama simply cannot dispose of these cases or this issue, even with the money he has spent and now the whole US Justice department doing his bidding…

  4. 7 jbjd October 8, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    drkate, my son is studying this same information in school. You know that I am making sure, he understands the history of the founding of our country.

    • 8 drkate October 8, 2009 at 2:26 pm

      That’s great jbjd. And with a teacher and mom like you, your son will surely learn this well and understand it. Very cool.

      I keep harping on this book, called Rise to Rebellion (Jeff Shaara) a novel of the American revolution. I don’t know if you’ve read it, but it is a terrific read and i bet you and your son would enjoy discussing and sharing it!

  5. 9 Ga.Peach October 9, 2009 at 1:36 am

    Hello drkate and all: Thank you so very much for all your hard work on behalf of all of us and our great nation. There are simply no words adequate to express our deep appreciation for your time, your knowledge and your true devotion to the USA. God’s blessing upon you and your family always.

    I’m not sure if you have seen this before, but I received an email tonight and wanted to share it with you. It is a great inspiration from a 75 year old great grandmother at the 9/12 March on DC. Enjoy!!!

    http://www.angelfire.com/tx5/barbslifeline/MarchOnDC.htm

    God Bless the United States of America and all our wonderful citizens who stand for freedom!!!

    Keep the Faith!!!

  6. 10 Rosemary Woodhouse October 9, 2009 at 6:58 pm

    Kindly clarify Kate et.al.: I read somewhere that we shouldn’t heed the clarion call for a Continental Congress vis-a-vis its adverse implication for the Constitution and the existing republic upon which it’s founded.

    • 11 drkate October 9, 2009 at 7:34 pm

      Its the Constitutional Convention we should fear right now, not a Continental Congress. The word is to defend the constitution, not amend it.

  7. 12 Rosemary Woodhouse October 9, 2009 at 8:09 pm

    Thanks so much for the clarification, drKate. I’m surprised our heads aren’t exploding (figuratively speaking)🙂 with all of the details we have been mentally archiving, and I suspect, shall continue to archive for quite sometime to come.

  8. 13 Dakota Lee October 13, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    im only 13 but i think that i am qualified to join in your so called third continental congress and i think that it is entirly necisary because our right (which are unalienable) and being undermined and we should fight for them!

    • 14 drkate October 13, 2009 at 7:00 pm

      Good for you! And yes, it is your future that is at stake here. Go to the CC2009 site and find out where the event is, see if you can make it. It will be a great discussion, maybe you could do it as a school project!

  9. 15 Dakota Lee October 13, 2009 at 6:40 pm

    yes im a dude…….


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