"We the People ... Have No Clothes" (click to download .pdf file) is a pamphlet written and made available by Robert Franza, at no cost, for download and distribution.
Preface Excerpt:To highlight our responsibilities, I have chosen two contemporary events: the war on Iraq and Hurricane Katrina. The information I have provided was available to decision makers prior to each of these events and, most importantly, was publicly accessible - it was also available to each of you. That fact illustrates why I chose the title "We the People... Have No Clothes." That fact also illustrates our civic responsibilities to our Republic. It underscores our failure as citizens in holding our government and our information media accountable for fulfilling their responsibilities.
The declarative initial phrase of the Constitution of the United States, "We the People...", means every one of us doing everything we possibly can, every day, to seek truth, speak truth, demand truth and hold ourselves accountable as we hold others accountable. Whether we find ourselves in the majority this week, or the minority next year, the inevitability of the political cycle demands all of us be truthful and accountable. We can differ in goals and objectives, but we must all demand the truth and insist our government act within the law and within a framework of respect for all human life and the limited resources of our planet.