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I. Bush Kingdom 1

A. Hospitals & Asylums v. OMB = $300 billion Military Budget 50

II. Drug Administration Yield = $11 billion pharmaceutical marijuana 97

III. Bank Afghanistan Day = $10 billion 2004 150

A. Afghan Constitution 169

IV. Former President Saddam Hussein v. Applicant King Sharif Husseini 213

A. Law of Administration for the Transitional Period 295

B. New Iraq Constitutional Elections 315

V. North Korean v. South Korea = $1 billion of $500 billion merger 348

A. Constitution of Korea = 1,000 won a day 385

United Nations Hospitals& Asylums Political Party Year White House United States Senate Bush Kingdom

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I. Presidential Elections interpreted by Hospitals & Asylums Secretary Tony J. Sanders

Republican Presidential Candidate Queen Elizabeth II

Incumbent President George W. Bush II

v.

Democratic Presidential Candidate Secretary of State Collin Powell

Senator John Kerry

II. Vice Presidential Elections

Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate Chief Justice William Rehnquist

Senator John Edwards (selected)
Congressman Dennis Kucinich (2nd place)
Governor Howard Dean (3rd place)

Reverend Al Sharpton (4th place)

Senator Joe Lieberman (5th place)

General Wesley Clark (Ret.) (6th place)

v.

Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Republican Chairman Ed Gillepsie

Senator Richard G. Lugar (1st place)

John Danforth (2nd place)

Ambassador Paul Bremer III (3rd place)

Republican Legislators

Incumbent Vice President Dick Cheney (4th place)

III.Senatorial Presidential Appointment requests under Art. II §2 Clause 2 US Con. 1. Hospitals & Asylums Secretary Anthony J. (Tony) (Abraham) Sanders

2. UN Ambassador John Danforth (1st place), Paul Bremer III (2nd place), Tony Sanders

3. AFRICOM Combatant Commander

4. Assistant USAID Administrator for the North African Middle East (NAME)

5. Assistant USAID Administrator for South East Asia (SEA)

6. Military Director (MD) to replace Secretary of Defense (SoD)

IV. Military RetirementunderArt. II §4 and 24USC(10)§420

1. Secretary of DefenseDonald Rumsfield war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq

2. Vice President Dick Cheney convicted of four career acts of war 18USC(113B)§2331

3. USAID Administrator Andrew Natsios dividing Asia and Near East (ANE) Asylum

4. Senator Richard G. Lugar For. Relations Chair military finance in Israel and Andes;

V. Platform: Rename Department of Defense (DoD) to Military Department (MD)

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Table of Contents

§0 Presidential Elections of 2004 §1 Issues §2 Senatorial Presidential Appointment §3 Military Retirement §4 King George III 1760-1776 §5. George Herbert Walker Bush I 1980-1993 §6 George W. Bush II 2001-present §7. Department of Organized Religion §8 Labor §9 Social Security §10 Energy §11 Health §12 Foreign Service and Conflict §12a Sierra Leone §12b Zimbabwe §12c Burma §12d Afghanistan §12e Iraq §12f Syria §13 Military Orders §14 Justice §15 Advisors§16 Homeland Security§17 Education§18. Technology §19 Records§20Council of Europe/Corruption/Orders of Succession §21 Freedom §22 Council on Physical Fitness and Sports §23 Agency Rulemaking §25 Trade §26 Holidays §27 Global Communication §28 Preserve America §29 Prosperity §30 Space Exploration §31 Transportation §32 2003 Budget

§0 Presidential Elections of 2004

A Under Article I 9(8) US Constitution, “No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States.” In the absence of a hereditary monarchy the United States has come to vest the majority of their power in the President who is democratically elected for no more than two four year terms in a two party system of Democrats & Republicans (DR). The Bush family has thrived in American politics for nearly two centuries and come to hold the highest office twice. President George W. Bush Jr. upholds the Republican Party of his father, former President George Bush Sr., and brother, Florida Governor Jeb Bush. President Bush will be running for his second term as US President. Representing the Democratic Party, Senator John Kerry, former chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has become the front-runner, keeping even and even creeping ahead in some polls. Neither Democratic nor Republican Vice-Presidential running mates have been satisfactorily decided upon. Peace, prosperity and poverty are the campaign issues for the general elections of November 2, 2004 as scheduled in 3USC§1.

(1) Under Art. II§1 of the US Constitution the executive power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four years, and together with the Vice President, chosen for the same term, be elected, as follows. Each state shall appoint a number of electors. The electors shall make a list of all the persons voted for, and of the number of votes for each and transmit sealed to the Seat of the government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate who shall open all the certificates and the votes shall then be counted. The person having greatest number of votes shall be president. If no clear majority can be determined the House of Representatives shall immediately choose by ballot one of them for president if no person has a majority.

(2) As Marshall said in his great argument of March 7, 1800, in the House of Representatives, `The President is the sole organ of the nation in its external relations, and its sole representative with foreign nations. He manages our concerns with foreign nations and must necessarily be most competent to determine when, how, and upon what subjects negotiation may be urged with the greatest prospect of success. His conduct is responsible to the Constitution. The Senate should assist in the direction of foreign negotiations calculated to diminish the responsibility of the President in issues of national safety. "The President's powers originate not from statute, but from the constitutional command to "take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed"

B. In the 2000 elections Bush Jr. defeated Democratic candidate former Vice President Al Gore on the strength of 31 electoral college states although the Republican’s lost the popular election with 50,456,062 votes for Bush and Cheney and 50.996,582 votes for Gore and Lieberman1. On November 8, 2000, the day following the Presidential election, the Florida Division of Elections reported that Governor Bush had received 2,909,135 votes, and respondent Democrat Vice President Albert Gore, Jr., had received 2,907,351, a margin of 1,784 in Governor Bush's favor. Under Fla. Stat. §102.141(4) (2000). Bush v. Palm Beach County Canvassing Board on writ of certiorari to the florida supreme court December 4, 2000 called for recounts. Bush v. GoreDecember 12, 2000 on writ of certiorari to the Florida Supreme Court ultimately upheld the XII Amendment that states, “The votes shall be taken by states, the representation from each state having one vote; a quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority of all states shall be necessary to a choice” and threw out the popular vote. The 2000 Presidential election continues to pose three questions to the United States;

(1) whether the Florida Supreme Court established new standards for resolving Presidential election contests or the Congressional hearing should have made the decision or call for new national presidential elections?

(2) how best to comply with 3 U.S.C. § 5 to appoint electors and polling devices so as to accurately represent the decision of the voters?

(3) whether the electoral college system set forth in the constitution is an obsolete obstruction to the “one person one vote”doctrine?

C. The XX Amendment to the US Constitution informs us in Section 1, “The terms of the President and Vice-President shall end at noon on the 20th day of January”. Section 3 states, in part; “Congress may by law provide for the case wherein neither the President elect nor a Vice President elect shall have qualified…one who is to act shall be selected to serve until a President or Vice President shall have qualified..

D. Equal protection applies to granting the right to vote on equal terms. The State may not, by later arbitrary and disparate treatment, value one person's vote over that of another. See, e.g.,Harper v. Virginia Bd. of Elections,383 U.S. 663, 665 (1966) (“[O]nce the franchise is granted to the electorate, lines may not be drawn which are inconsistent with the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment”). It must be remembered that “the right of suffrage can be denied by a debasement or dilution of the weight of a citizen’s vote just as effectively as by wholly prohibiting the free exercise of the franchise.” Reynolds v. Sims, 377 U.S. 533, 555 (1964). Suffrage "is subject to the imposition of state standards which are not discriminatory and which do not contravene any restriction that Congress, acting pursuant to its constitutional powers, has imposed." Lassiter v. Northampton Election Board, 360 U.S. 45, 51 .

E. In Gray v. Sanders, 372 U.S. 368 (1963) the Appellee asserted that the total population of Georgia in 1960 was 3,943, 116; that the population of Fulton County, where he resides, was 556,326; that the residents of Fulton County comprised 14.11% of Georgia's total population; but that, under the county unit system, the six unit votes of Fulton County constituted 1.46% of the total of 410 unit votes, or one-tenth of Fulton County's percentage of statewide population. The complaint further alleged that Echols County, the least populous county in Georgia, had a population in 1960 of 1,876, or .05% of the State's population, but the unit vote of Echols County was .48% of the total unit vote of all counties in Georgia, or 10 times Echols County's statewide percentage of population. One unit vote in Echols County represented 938 residents, whereas one unit vote in Fulton County represented 92,721 residents. Thus, one resident in Echols County had an influence in the nomination of candidates equivalent to 99 residents of Fulton County.

F. The Florida Supreme Court concurred that there was indeed equal protection violation in the recount in 2000. The XII Amendment leaves the selection of the President to the people, through their legislatures, and to the political sphere relying upon the impartiality of the electors. The opinion of Frankfurter, J., in Baker v. Carr ( 369 U.S., at 301 -324), reminds us that "one person, one vote" has never been the universally accepted political philosophy in England, the American Colonies, or in the United States that was recognized as being increasingly enforced in Moore v. Ogilvie,394 U.S. 814 (1969). County-based procedure was invalidated because it diluted the influence of citizens in larger counties in the nominating process. There we observed “the one vote basis of our representative government.”

G. The Twelfth Amendment commits to Congress the authority and responsibility to count electoral votes. A federal statute, the Electoral Count Act, enacted after the close 1876 Hayes-Tilden Presidential election, specifies that, after States have tried to resolve disputes (through "judicial" or other means), Congress is the body primarily authorized to resolve remaining disputes. See Electoral Count Act of 1887, 24 Stat. 373, 3 U. S. C. §§5, 6, and 15. "The two Houses are, by the Constitution, authorized to make the count of electoral votes. They can only count legal votes, and in doing so must determine, from the best evidence to be had, what are legal votes .... The power to determine rests with the two Houses, and there is no other constitutional tribunal." "[B]ecause the Framers recognized that state power and identity were essential parts of the federal balance, see The Federalist No. 39, the Constitution is solicitous of the prerogatives of the States, even in an otherwise sovereign federal province. The Constitution ... grants States certain powers over the times, places, and manner of federal elections (subject to congressional revision), Art. I, §4, cl. 1. and allows States to appoint electors for the President, Art. II, §1, cl. 2." U. S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton, 514 U. S. 779, 841-842 (1995)

H. Congress must not permit the 2004 elections to be as ambiguous as the 2000 presidential elections that were to close to call as the result of the discrepancy in the majority between electoral college and popular votes. The Supreme Court and Congress must be prepared to order a new vote as a nation if the election is again too close to call. County based and electoral voting counting procedure has been largely invalidated as an accurate gauge of public opinion as the result of wildly varying populations per electoral vote. Congress must ensure that the Secretary of State is fully prepared to impartially count the vote and legislative bodies nationwide must examine ways to guarantee the accuracy of electors and polling devices under 3 U.S.C. § 5. Congress may also consider amending the Constitution to abolish the electoral college system for a one person one vote electoral system that would use the existing apparatus to report accurate census data regarding the votes and voter turnout state by state and county by county.

§1 Issue Debate

A. To utilize the political party system for the Presidential elections this 2004 the Democratic and Republican Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates are asked to discuss, thirteen questions, in one publicized hour this Summer 2004;

1. In your opinion, do think the Federal Government would be more beautiful, safe and law abiding if the US Department of Defense (DoD) changed its name to the US Military Department (MD)?

2. In your opinion, should Donald Rumsfield be impeached, replaced as Secretary of Defense in conclusion of Hamdi v. Rumsfeld, 03-6696, and Rumsfeld v. Padilla, 03-1027 that releases his 6,666 prisoners?

3. In your opinion, should the Armed Security Office of Secretary of Defense (SoD) change its name to Military Director (MD)? Or Military Secretary (MS)?

4. In your opinion, should Defense Spending be reduced to pre 2000 levels of less than $300 billion a year until 2010?

5. In your opinion, should Vice-President Dick Cheney, the most murderous official in the world, be replaced by a Republican candidate whose hands are not stained from financing two generations of Bush Wars such as Senator Richard G. Luger, R Indiana Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee? Ambassador Bremer? Or Former Senator and UN Ambassador nominate John Danforth?

6. In your opinion, who should be confirmed US Ambassador to the UN, John Danforth? Paul Bremer? or Tony Sanders?

7. In your opinion, should the United States found a new Regional Combatant Command called AFRICOM in Sub-Saharan Africa?

8. In your opinion, should all US Combatants in Afghanistan and Iraq be immediately retired to the domestic United States of America?

9. In your opinion, should US welfare agencies offer all 35 million US citizens living below the poverty line a welfare subsidy guaranteeing a monthly income of $1,000, the $520 billion Social Security Administration budget is mathematically sufficient to accomplish the $350 billion job without altering the existing $350 billion in retirement, disability and survivor benefits already paid yearly by the Social Security Administration?

10. In your opinion, should the Hearing AID Act of 2004 be ratified to grant global international treaties a more generous budget of between $50 billion – 1% of the $11.4 Trillion US GDP; $114 billion total foreign assistance estimate, this 2004] to raise as much as $400 billion a year in international taxation assuring the fulfillment of the UN Millenium Development Goals, ahead of schedule, by encouraging third world nations to publish accurate and transparent social welfare budgets and encouraging other first world nations to make significantly larger, 1% of the national GDP, contributions to global economic equality under the Declaration of Social Progress and Development by 2007?

11. In your opinion, would you like to guarantee all Afghani citizens a $20 billion a year welfare state, as they have an average per capita GDP of $700 a year. This welfare strategy would be founded upon a peace settlement of $1 a day. This would be estimated to cost the US only $10 billion this Summer – Winter 2004 and probably not more than $10 billion in 2005 after which time US payments could be reduced to as little as $5 billion a year, between 2006 and 2010, as income tax, national opium agency sales and tariff revenues of Afghanistan would increase as the result of increases in consumer spending, education and improved international relations?

12. In your opinion, do you think Hospitals & Asylums (HA) Title 24 US Code is such a significant book of law that the Federal Government, in lieu of President and Senate should employ Tony Sanders, the most dedicated Hospitals & Asylums Writer as the Secretary to better legislate and litigate our nations future peace, prosperity and freedom from fear?

13. In your opinion, should Title 22 US Code Foreign Relations and Intercourse (AFRAID) be amended to read just Foreign Relations (FREE).

§2 Senatorial Presidential Appointment

A. John Danforth was nominated on June 4, 2004 by President Bush and is very likely to be confirmed by the Senate to take the seat vacated by Ambassador Negroponte who shall be Ambassador to Iraq after June 30, 2004. For a better trial by the Senate Tony Sanders would like to renew his application for US Ambassador to the UN as recommended by his father and rudely interrupted by a county prosecutor who destroyed $5 Trillion of code law in a wire tap and shortly returned the files in one of two unlawful searches and seizures thanks to the benevolent association of the District Court. Ambassador Paul Bremer III is also highly recommended for the position and would also be a good Republican Vice Presidential candidate. Mr. Sanders would greatly appreciate the opportunity to reaffirm the human rights bond between Hospitals & Asylums, the US Senate and USAID to publish a Hospitals & Asylums Website (HAW), with the services of self-styled Secretary Anthony J (Abraham) Sanders and his sister Sharon M. Sanders in exchange for $100,000 a year, $41,666 down, in pursuit of retroactive pay to January 2004 for a $1 Trillion International Development Decade written as the Hearing AID Act of 2004 for the United States Agency for International Development that shall be amended in July. There is no need to disqualify them from employment with USAID or the Federal Government if not appointed Ambassador to the United Nations.

B. E.O. 13325 Amendment to E.O. 12293 the Foreign Service of the United States of January 28, 2003 states, “A member of the Senior Foreign Service shall receive the basic rate of beginning on the first applicable date after January 1 [15th in this case as that is the date Bank One declared $1 Trillion in Assets], 2004. The Secretary may increase their rates of pay should their service warrant”. Mr. Sanders wrote the Hearing AID Act of 2004 and it is codified for publication in Title 24 US Code Chapter 5. If published by Congress the Act would appropriate $50 billion for the United Nations (UN) from the USA this 2004 and $1 Trillion USD within the decade to uphold the 1% of the GDP international development contribution set forth in 23 of the Declaration on Social Progress and Development, 2542 (XXIV) A/7630 (1969). Out of respect for the value of the USAID Act and the confirmation of the Senate the Secretary moves to increase his [hypothetical] rate of pay from $100,000 a year2;

(1) to $250,000 a year should the President appoint him Secretary or Ambassador and Senate confirm him to the lifetime office of the Hospitals & Asylums Secretary whose responsibility it is to legislate and litigate Hospitals & Asylums Title 24 US Code. (2) to a $1 million reserve to meet the minimal threshold of the Federal Reserve for a foreign owned banking corporation should Congress approve of the Hearing AID Act of 2004 as amended in July of 2004, replacing the repealed sections of Hospitals & Asylums Title 24 US Code Chapter 5 Columbia Institution for the Deaf.

C. Eldred et al.v. Ashcroft, Attorney General certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit No. 01-618. Argued October 9, 2002--Decided January 15, 2003 demonstrates that writing is principally rewarded under the Copyright and Patent Clause, U. S. Const., Art. I, §8, cl. 8, that provides as to copyrights: "Congress shall have Power to promote the Progress of Science by securing to Authors for limited Times the exclusive Right to their Writings." Harper & Row 471 U. S., at 558 observed: "The Framers intended copyright itself to be the engine of free expression. By establishing a marketable right to the use of one's expression, copyright supplies the economic incentive to create and disseminate ideas." Mazer,347 U. S., at 219 explained that the economic philosophy of the Copyright Clause is to advance public welfare by encouraging individual effort through personal gain. Only 1-2% of petitions received by Congress are however remunerated by the favorable terms of 50 to 70 years after the life of the author has expired. Federal Judgeships set the standard of life-time federal employment in exchange for Presidential appointment with Senate confirmation at a current rate of $250,000 a year that could be invested in releasing prisoners under 24USC§326 and making peace under §420 of the Hospitals & Asylums Statute (HAS).

D. The law, as the published code of Congress, is co-dependent upon copyright holders who try to make their living selling the ownership rights to Congress in exchange for publication, employment in the law review process and access to the amendment process in a symbiotic relationship founded upon varying interests surrounding the belief in the same law. The law, now codified as Hospitals & Asylums, begins in Chapter 1 Navy Hospitals, Naval Home, Army and Navy Hospitals, and Hospital Relief for Seamen and Others was legislated by US Congress on March 3, 18753. Chapter 2 United States’ Soldiers Home was derived from even earlier Acts of March 3, 1851 setting forth a humanitarian consciousness in the Department of War, the pension Fund, and emergency medical benefits for both active duty troops and veterans. The first official codification of the general and permanent laws of the United States was made in 1874 but was not perfected until 1878. More recently the task of codification of the law was undertaken by Hon. Edward C. Little as chairman of the Committee on the Revision of the Laws of the House of Representatives who labored indefatigable from 1919 to the day of his death, June 14, 1924 involving expenditures over $300,000 US Dollars. The Code has subsequently become regularly reviewed by the Committee of the House of Representatives on the Revision of the Laws and the Select Committee of the United States Senate. The actual work of assembling and classifying the mass of material published by the Federal Register has become increasing accomplished by the review of the Thomas website by West Publishing Co., the Edward Thompson Co., Findlaw USCode and Legal Information Institution US Code4.

E. On June 18, 1930 the Department War was designated the Department of the Army and the titled of the Secretary of War was changed to the Secretary of the Army in Sec. 205(a)5. The Secretary of Defense Transfer Order No. 40 [App. A(49) on July 22, 1949 founded the current military regime of the US Department of Defense (USDoD)6. US DoD clearly needs an overhaul because its ugliness has come to the attention of the public as the result of two foreign wars lacking in justification. We are concerned that the people, politicians and soldiers are being brainwashed by the name, “DoD” to be mindless killing machines and felons. The mental health of the entire world would be magically improved if they would only change their name to the US Military Department (MD). To avoid the word, “Secretary” that associates the banking word, “Security” with “Armed Forces” it is wise to rename the Office of the Secretary of Defense (SoD) to the Military Director “MD”. This would provide soldiers and scholars with a humanitarian prime directive and reduce aggressive and suppressive behavior exhibited by the military and legal establishment in defense of State terrorism, “killing two birds with one stone”.

F. Congress and Secretary of State must found the regional organizations called for in the Hearing AID Act of 2004 by ratifying the Act and drafting two new budgets for the North African Middle East (NAME) and South East Asia (SEA) to remedy, “gross inequities in the Foreign Service’ Asia & Near East (ANE) Asylum where the Military is so DoD that they need a new home under a peaceful African Command”. To faithfully execute this law granting the United States integrity in their foreign relations by creating a complete and culturally aesthetic regional structure for the US Foreign Service and Combatant Command, the President must appoint, for the confirmation of the Senate under Art. 2 §2;

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