Westphalia, MO-August 1, 2012—Ballot Access to Individual sovereignty. Liberty unto Loss says “I didn’t have anyone to vote for” and “I didn’t want to throw away my vote” and “Why didn’t he stay in the major parties and change it from the inside”. Loss of pride.
Voting is a consent mechanism. Having someone to vote for at times can be difficult. Maintaining the willingness to vote when history proves it to be a sense of nothingness can be impossible to avoid. Then one finds oneself sleeping in a bed of apathy. No matter whom you vote for you get the same outcome.
All known forms of government structuralism require two things; participation and funding. For some, this obedience is blind, and still for others, it is their nationality. To awaken the senses within, most importantly liberty and self-reliance I offer the Line of Culpability or rather, Vote of No confidence.
The main purpose of this method is to remove the agent from a game where the agent can never play within justice or fairness. The vote of no confidence is a non-violent form of protest voting that allows the citizen to exit the government construct without any form of direct reciprocity.
The VNC would be placed on a ballot like any other candidate. When you “vote” for VNC, you would then prove to the election official that you voted for VNC of your own free will by signing a voucher or the ballot. Then, the election official would issue the voter an exemption card usable for the removal of any sales or property taxes levied within the electable domain for which the VNC was cast.
For example, voter A issued a VNC for voter A’s congressional district. Since voter A issued the congressional candidates a VNC, the voter gets two years of exemption from taxes within that domain.
The voter does not consent to the government activities, therefore they will not fund them. The voter is not responsible for government atrocity. No money no offense. Every vote would count. Every citizen would vote clean.
To find out more, please go to http://www.missouristatesman.com/Americal.html
Steven Wilson is the Libertarian Party candidate in the Missouri 3rd U.S. congressional race. You may contact him for comments or questions by going to http://www.missouristatesman.com/ for more information.