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August 5, 2011

Rep. Tom McClintock opposed the Budget Control Act of 2011 but isn't using the word "Treason"

Dear Editor:

The following email was received from Rep. Tom McClintock on August 1, 2011:

Dear Friend:

This evening, the House voted on the Budget Control Act of 2011, which, pending Senate action, will increase the statutory debt limit.  Please find a short note explaining my vote below.

S. 365 � “Budget Control Act of 2011:” NO.   This act increases the debt limit by between $2.1 and $2.4 trillion, the biggest explosion of debt in American history.  It allows the government to avoid spending reductions for the next two years while squandering our last best hope of averting a sovereign debt crisis.

 I am opposed to this measure for the following reasons:

1.The purported cuts, even if realized, are far below the $4 trillion deficit reduction that credit rating agencies have warned is necessary to preserve the Triple-A credit rating of the United States Government.

2.It blows the lid off the House budget passed in April by more than a half-trillion dollars over ten years.

3.It makes no significant spending reductions for at least the next two years, essentially freezing spending at an unsustainable level.  While the debt increase occurs this year, deficit reductions are to be spread over many years and could be reversed by future acts of Congress.

4.The spending caps are easily circumvented by declaring appropriations to be an emergency, a response to a “major disaster,” or necessary for the “Global War on Terror.”

5.The balanced budget amendment provisions are illusory because the amendment is completely undefined.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any thoughts or concerns through http://www.mcclintock.house.gov/contact.



Then the following response was sent:

Dear Honorable Congressman McClintock,

Please find below my call to your Washington office taken by Alex.  I called to express my heartfelt reaction to the deceit, the fraud, the conspiracy and the betrayal by the traitorous body of domestic terrorists to which you belong.

I expressed my outrage over the abuse of my rights and put forth the demand that action be taken to address my concerns.  I based my claims on the fact that under a republic form of government the abuse of the rights of just one individual stand on their own merits and under the Constitution of the United States (see confirmation below by Senator Feinstein also of California), you as a representative of the people are obligated to take appropriate action to mitigate these abuses.

  • The case of the Gunrunner incident,
  • undeclared wars in Libya and Yemen
  • Trillions of dollars of bailout funds given to unknown foreign principals
  • The DOJ dismissing cases based on racial bias,
  • The DOJ cover-up: Racketeering (new)
  • The failed efforts to protect our borders,
  • A suit filed against the state of Arizona and
  • Mr. Obama’s fraudulent use of a  deceased person’s Social Security Card
  • The most recent affront to the American people is the submission by Mr. Obama of a fraudulent birth certificate that he was using to attest to his eligibility to even hold office.

Knowing you to be an honorable person, who will stand by your oath to protect the Constitution I am asking your recognition of my claim and confirmation that you will address this matter with the Congress.  I would appreciate a response as to when I can expect this action to be taken.

Thank you,

Arnie Rosner


Feinstein Constitution-01