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Dissolve Our State Political Bands

The Declaration of Independence says its our right, and our duty to throw off such government and to provide new guard for our future security. State governments allow connected business entities with whom they have relationships to threaten arrest and imprisonment of Americans up to 6 months behind bars. It is a constitutional right that no person can be jailed because of debt. We have been illegally deprived of our human rights by the child support department and local child support courts.

According to the Declaration of Independence, we have unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Getting in a vehicle and driving down the road can be an American pursuit of happiness, however the child support department and local courts have suspended thousands of American drivers' licenses over child support debts.

Also, they put into effect that people who are behind on their child support payments can't even reregister their vehicles, which results in some people going to jail, having their cars impounded, and also getting tickets, all while the local government benefits. In addition, an American who is behind on child support cannot get a passport and take a vacation abroad. What about our unalienable rights and our pursuit of happiness?

This is only crumbs to the mountain of our human rights being violated, and that's why we, the citizens of the United States of America, are dissolving our state political bands in order to form the new T.W.A. State Government of The People.

According to the 10th Amendment of the Constitution, powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States, or to the people. Or the people, so we will Dissolve Our State Political Bands and form a second state government, The T.W.A. State Government of The People. We expect to receive the same rights and powers as those of the state we live in.

To build a better state government in each of the 50 states, we ask our United States Federal Government to assist us with a grant of 50 billion dollars.

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