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Our vision

by pete on September 30, 2009 – “Expose the corrupt and reclaim the Constitution”

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Our goal is to reclaim our God given rights as guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Having personally experienced the depths of corruption throughout the county government we intend to expose the corrupt, and by doing so, inspire our fellow citizens to join together to take back our government.

Much like the “tea party” efforts related to the Federal government, out goal is to start tight here at home on the County level.

It is our belief that we can be more effective by setting the example of cleaning house at the county level first, while simultaneously joining forces with others at the State and Federal levels.

Having personally been subjected to the unfettered abuse of our local bureaucrats I realized that the main reason they can get away with their blatantly corrupt actions is because they are, in general, usually only abusing one person at any given time.

We will no longer tolerate corruption in Gallatin County, Montana

The goal of this website is to expose their corruption in an effort to unite “We the People”, to send them the message that we will no longer tolerate their regulatory taking of our constitutional rights and their collective abuse of our citizens. Our feeling is that we should start at the local level and then unite further to advance to the state and federal levels.

If you, too, are sick to death of the government whittling away at our constitutional freedoms at all levels of government join us here to start at the county level and help us send the message that WE ARE MAD AS HELL AND WE WANT OUR COUNTY BACK.

Peter Rothing

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