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Monday, February 25, 2013

Gatekeepers In Governor LePage's Office At It Again!

Our own government is stripping our veteran heroes of their constitutional rights that they fought for US to keep, and our governor's gatekeepers are keeping this info from him! PLEASE read this, and contact Governor LePage's office telling his gatekeepers that they MUST tell him about this!!

I sent a letter to Governor LePage about our veteran heroes being under attack by our own government (see article & letter here) and I received this email from the governor's Director of Constituent Services, Pat Condon:

February 25, 2013

Good morning!

Thank you for writing to Governor LePage.

Your issue is within the Federal Government jurisdiction, not State Government.
Therefore I would encourage you to reach out to the Congressional office of your choice and request assistance from their office.

Senator Susan M. Collins/Portland/780-3575
Senator Angus King/Portland/874-0883
Representative Michael Michaud/Bangor/942-6935
Representative Chellie Pingree/Portland/774-5019

Thank you again for writing to our office.
I hope this information is helpful for you to appropriately pursue your concern.

Sincerely,

Patricia Condon
Director, Constituent Services
Office of the Governor

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I don't know where Ms. Condon got her education (if any) in constitutional studies, but she is very wrong! Here is my response to her.

February 25, 2013
Top O'the Morning to you!

I have written to those you mentioned below.

But no, it is not just a federal issue. It affects citizens of the state which Governor LePage serves and is appropriate to bring this matter to his attention.

And as the head representative of these citizens and their welfare, it is of extreme importance that Governor LePage is made aware of what the federal government is doing to violate his citizens constitutional rights and welfare.

Maine State Constitution
ARTICLE I.
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS.
SECT. 1. All men are born equally free and independent, and have certain natural, inherent and unalienable Rights, Natural rights among which are those of enjoying and defending life and acquiring, possessing and protecting property, and of pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness.

SECT. 16. Every citizen has a right to keep and bear arms for the common defense; and this right shall never be questioned.

SECT. 19. Every person, for an injury done him in his person, property or immunities, shall have remedy by due course of law; and right and justice shall be administered freely and without sale, completely and without denial, promptly and without delay.

The governor swore to uphold and protect the state constitution when he took his oath of office. The state constitution, as shown above, states that we Mainers have the inherent and unalienable right to enjoy and defend liberty, keep and bear arms and have the right to remedy any injury to these rights by due course of law without denial. This is being done by the federal government and the governor needs to address this. It's his duty, as governor, to protect his citizens from these kinds of violations and inform the federal government that they have no right to do so.

So, I'm requesting that you make sure that Governor LePage is made aware of this situation as he needs to know that some of his citizens are being unlawfully attacked and need his protection.

Sincerely,

Debby Reagan
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I am waiting to see if gatekeeper Pat Condon passes my message along....or if she keeps it from him...like some other gatekeepers kept a remonstrance from him which angered the governor enough to say he'll fire anyone on his staff if they are keeping important correspondence from him. We shall see!!

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