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Lobbying Activity Disclosure HA-1-1-07




Tony Sanders


Addresses of Lobbyist, Non-profit Clients and Congress Members…4

Prologue:   $6,500 First Annual Lobbying Activity Disclosure Report…5

Chapter 1: $1 trillion Balanced Account Deficit…15

Chapter 2: $2 trillion black Medicare and Social Security…32

Chapter 3: Buy American Goods...87

Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non Governmental Economics…127



1. This first annual HA lobbying disclosure grants Congress the privilege(s), to: 1. Laugh 2. Ratify the 100-hour agenda, 3. Pay the author a minimum wage from House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, 4. Fund a HA Congressional Committee and elect a Secretary from the Senate, 5. Pay $100,000 a year towards the publication of the HA text book manuscript by 2010 when the NGO would get a $1 million bonus from the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, 5. Balance the budget, 6. Withdraw from Iraq, 7. Reform the government, 8. Buy American goods, 9. Cut the prison population in half, 10. Subscribe to HA, 11. Serve the official Parliamentary daily e newsletter to HA (Congress may need to develop such a service) to HA at


2. Title 2 Chapter 26 §1604 of the United States Code requires all lobbyists who wish to be registered by the Clerk of Congress and Secretary of Senate in the forthcoming year(s) to submit a lobbying disclosure report within 45 days from the first day of January.  This is the first such annual report.  I have high hopes that my disclosure will be put in the database.  I am hoping to earn a minimum wage of $1,000 a month with the $422.50 a month social security supplement requested of John Conyers, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.  I hope to invest the remainder of the $6,500 annual Appropriation for preparing and editing supplements 1USC(3)§213, $119.16 a month ($120), $1,429.92 a year, in a Hospitals & Asylums (HA) legal fund for the administration of a HA Congressional Committee.  The Senate Rules and Administration Committee, whose rules state - all proposed legislation, messages, petitions, memorials, and other matters relating to the purchase of books and manuscripts and erection of monuments to the memory of individuals shall be referred to the Committee - and we hope will afford the author a decent, taxpaying wage of $100,000 a year, the NGO a $1 million bonus in 2010 when the Hospitals & Asylums (HA) textbook is completed and reading comprehension could be tested.  The primary purpose of this disclosure is to make the offer of sale of the 10 Chapter, 1,000-page HA Manuscript, to Congress, official.  The second draft of the Manuscript will be complete, after 7 years of work, with a bibliography, by my 33rd birthday, August 11, 2007. 


3. HA seems like the most secure investment Congress can make in the rule of law for the future of our people at this dawn of the third Millennium AD.  To give HA a more entertaining legal personality I hope to establish a HA Committee in US Congress that is led by one Senator, who is Secretary.  It should not be difficult convene a HA Committee meeting.  HA Members would convene in person or in writing to debate, and vote whenever an issue regarding the use of the Hospitals & Asylums statute is presented, in writing.  The long term duty of the HA Committee shall be the time consuming task of editing the draft laws to best represent the genuine best interests of the American people.  Parliamentarians of all walks of life are encouraged to subscribe to the free HA e journal and participate in the politics therein secure that the rule of law upholds human rights.  The purpose for establishing a HA Committee is for Congress to produce documents of their own accord, and by request, using the trademark of Hospitals & Asylums (HA) in blue with red acronym, to reflect US patriotism, at the top of every document. This HA Committee shall be held to the highest of ethical standards by the moral and material interest of the author(s) as represented in the Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non Governmental Economics (CHANGE) as amended by the Committee, should they wish for a legal personality independent of the author, whose royalties they must pay to be honest. By 2010 I hope to publish the text book with questions competitive with the Foreign Service and Bar Exams and take a five year break before publishing two volumes in 2015 and a third in 2020.


4. Being such an old law, dating back to the Naval Asylum Act of 1811, HA has come to associate with the two most senior Congress people.  John Conyers, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, who has been there for 40 years and John Dingell, Chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee for 50.  American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) founder Roger Baldwin once said, "So long as we have enough people in this country willing to fight for their rights, we'll be called a democracy."  According to the leftist ACLU the bedrock Constitutional principles are freedom of religion, the separation of church and state, freedom of speech and assembly, due process, and protection against arbitrary government intrusion into our private lives. Not appreciating the pillaging of the Stamp Act of 1765, Declaratory Act of 1766, Tea Act of 1773 our founding fathers wrote the Declaration of Independence.   They found that in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 


5. The Bush and Dick (BAD) wars have laid heavily upon our democracy.  We have come to consider the elections of 2000 a coup and the elections of 2004 a bloody coup.  It is time that the American people to represent President George W. Bush et al v. Her Majesty the Queen HA-3-3-07, like the common criminals they are.  The question, does Congress wish to impeach the President should be asked every day?  The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have been both injust and unjust. Parliament has impeached Tony Blair for his involvement in starting the Iraq war.  Does Congress have the honor to overthrow an even more vile dictator than either Richard Nixon, Saddam Hussein or King George III?  Is it in the best interest of the United States of America to elect a new President?  Who would be the interim President?  Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Barack Obama?   Should George W. Bush, Richard B. Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfield, Geoffrey Miller, serve a 65 year Sentence; Scooter Libby a 15 year Sentence; Collin Powell and Richard Perle 5 years Sentences; and Alberto Gonzalez 20 years sought in by the House Judiciary Committee in a Constitution in Crisis; The Downing Street Minutes and Deception, Manipulation, Torture, Retribution, and Coverups in the Iraq War?


7. Sen. Barak Obama (D-IL) wrote, “we are told that the President is considering the deployment of tens of thousands of additional troops to Iraq in the desperate hope of subduing the burgeoning civil war there.  Our policy must move away from the stubborn repetition of our mistakes, so we can begin to chart a conclusion to this painful chapter in our history and bring our troops home”.  The majority of  US citizens believe we should begin withdrawing their troops.  The military recommendations of the US Institute of Peace Iraq Study Group HA-6-12-06 speak for themselves in April 2007 when Iraq takes control of the Army.  By September 2007 Iraq should control the provinces and by December 2007 Iraqi security should be self-reliant.  The State of Iraq shall dictate the full withdrawal of US combat forces by first quarter 2008 after an intensive year of reductions, this 2007.


8. Is the Democratic Congress going to tolerate this treason by the President or is it going to removed him from office?  His $2.9 trillion Budget Proposal is completely unrealistic and relies upon fraudulently high estimates for the GDP and GNI that will lead to overspending, pillaging for revenues and devaluation if the cash is printed.  We the People of the United States of America, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America that gives to Congress the power to impeach the president and his cronies under Article 1 Section 3 Clauses 6 &7, Article 2 Section 4, Article 3 Section 3 of and the Twenty Fifth Amendment to the document.    


9. HA is an equitable philosophy that puts the Government Reforms made under the Homeland Security (DHS) Act to shame.  HA Statute reflects the status quo of the Secretary of Health and Human Services (SHHS) and Secretary of Defense (SoD). In time the aesthetic of the HA Statute, that is genuinely conservative of peace and freedom, makes it obvious that the government would be more efficient if they would only change the name of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to the Public Health Department (PHD) and the name of the Department of Defense (DoD) to the Military Department (MD).  Americans are entitled to a nation that is not brainwashing them or engaging in psychological warfare against them.  The government must be as perfect, even beautiful, as it can be.  In the best light, these political acronyms are harmful to our mental health. The time for change is now.   


10. DHHS comes across as being dumb because SHHS promotes hush money. The high priority given to silence by SHHS is misplaced because what happens is that the organized criminal organizations commit atrocities with impunity, protected by Omerta, the code of silence.  Having come from a proletarian upbringing in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) it is difficult to forgive the bio-terrorism that is rampant in health programs around the nation to enable private health insurance companies and pharmaceutical drug companies to charge extortionate premiums, at great cost to human life and health.  In 1995 SSA broke with the silence after many years as a sub-cabinet agency from 1939, and was again the independent agency it was founded in 1935. It is high time for the American people to enjoy a higher level of health education by changing the name of the agency to the Public Health Department (PHD).   The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) should also be transferred to the DHHS and the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) to the Secretary of HHS.  This would lighten up the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). 


11. Likewise, it is time to conclude the Secretary of Defense Transfer Order No. 40 [App. A & C(3)](July 22, 1949) that was prematurely politically active the month before the Geneva Conventions resolved the laws of war and did not come up with a very clever name for the Department.  The Department of Defense (DoD) is obviously the worst kind of brainwashing intended to turn people into killing machines.  The focus on mortality seems wise whereas soldiers are fighting for our life and liberty and they must not lose focus on their’s.  A Military Department (MD) will instill much greater respect for human life.  The beauty would encourage more highly qualified recruits and inspire higher levels of academic achievement from Department employees.  Soldiers and scholars would be indoctrinated to remedy every prosecution of war and not merely play dead when treason is brought into question. Having a respectable name would greatly enhance military security.  DoD is therefore counseled, in the strongest terms, to change their name to the Military Department (MD). 


12. Foreign relations is also strained by brainwashing that is probably worse because it appeals directly to our need for freedom from fear.  The fundamental perversity of the War on Terrorism can be found in Title 22 US Code Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d).  The word Intercourse is strange and unnecessary; its usage however dates back to the Founding Fathers who treated at great length upon Intercourse in their treatise upon Foreign Relations. When one reads a few a’s and d’s in Title 22 it becomes apparent that the name of the Title is trying to convince you that you are afraid.  They say that “fear is the mind killer”, doctors caution not to live in fear of disease and lawyers speak of “freedom from fear and want”.  We must be cautious that the War on Terrorism is not fueled by fear. We must be sure that our government is not brainwashing the invasion of our privacy in order to interfere with every contract and relationship to levy support for more war.  The only way that the US will win the War on Terrorism is to make the amendment so that this law no longer makes us afraid. We must let freedom ring by changing the name of Title 22 to Foreign Relations (FR-ee).


13. In 1984 the Court of International Trade of the United States (COITUS) was founded to aggravate the sexual discrimination written in Title 22.  Not only is the acronym offensive to prostitutes; it makes light with the traffic in flesh we suffer.  Since its founding more than 50% of married couples have gotten divorced. The government needs better aggregate and annual statistics on divorce.  In a few short decades of George Bush the US suddenly has more slavery, war and divorce than any other nation. Social conditions in the inferior courts have deteriorated to such an extent that technical errors in the law are, no longer tolerable.  There are numerous flaws in the justification for the name of this Court primarily that it damages our reputation.  This Court has injuriously monopolized upon Trade, a philosophy, which is particularly reliant upon freedom.  People engaged in commerce must not be interfered with, burdened with red tape. International relations is the domain of the State and there is plenty of room for a Court of Law.  Tribunals are popular these days and it would be much more poetic to rename the Court, the United States International Tribunal (USIT). 


14. The USAID Bureau for Asia and Near East (ANE) is another burdensome acronym.  Most disturbingly this area has been the site of all five wars the US has gotten involved in since WWII – Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and two in Iraq, one of which we still need to withdraw from.  Reports from the military are that the rules were drawn up during the cold war and such weapons of psychological warfare must be disarmed.  The ANE asylum is insulting to the intelligence of more than half of the world’s people whereas it brings to mind an insane asylum and must changed.  This region is too large and culturally diverse for the US to continue to study them through the undignified perspective of the ANE Asylum.  This persistent discrimination is detrimental to the impartial execution of duties by the US Foreign Service, who are poor linguists, although there are many foreign immigrants living in the US.  For instance, although Asia is the most populous region it received the least assistance.  The Middle East, although the smallest region, is the largest recipient of aid, as the result of war reparations.  These people are not only entitled to more respect from the US but are extremely poetic.  USAID must conquer the War on Terrorism by dividing the Bureau into two Bureaus – the Bureau for the Middle East and Central Asia (MECA) including North Africa and the Bureau for South East Asia (SEA). 


15. Besides being the most comprehensive and justified plan for government reform in the USA, the clientele of the HA lobby extends to the Armed Force Retirement Homes and the Army and Navy Hospitals, Gallaudet University, formerly known as the Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, the District of Columbia Mental Health System, and Howard University as it uses the former Freedmen Hospital as a teaching hospital and Arlington National Cemetery.  The objective is of course to respect their interests, report to them and represent their interests in Congress for free, until I should one be a paid lobbyist. Before expounding upon how liberal the administration of HA has become it is important to thank these people for teaching us the meaning of peace and freedom, since the 1800s.  I have been serving the AFRH since the beginning of the Iraq War and Gallaudet University since this year, when the inspirational deaf President, I. King Jordan, had difficulty finding a successor for January 1, 2006.  The HA policy is to serve people of all walks of life, particularly those who are disabled or discriminated against, with high quality research and political lobbying for free, with a smile, out of a sense of duty to uphold the Statute.


16. Congress must exercise their emergency power to balance the budget in response to the President’s emergency budget requests by enforcing these FY 2007 deficit targets for spending limits on - military spending $365 billion; social security spending $500 billion. To eliminate the excess deficit in a budget year, half of the required outlay reductions shall be obtained from non-exempt defense accounts half from non-exempt, non-defense accounts through the enforcement of spending limits under 2USC(20)I§903(c).  Care must be taken not to deprive our soldiers of their pay.  It has been estimated that $60 billion annually could be saved from maintenance costs, if the Pentagon would only eliminate their Cold War weapons stockpile and disarm all but 2,000 nuclear warheads as ordered in the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty negotiations.  Trimming defense-spending promises to not only balance the budget but make America safer with improved oversight of waste and fraud in defense appropriations.  The US military claims half of the $1 trillion global aggregate military expenditure.  The military is not a financial institution and the policy of returning all monies held in war reserves above 25% of annual expenditures is sound, but requires better accounting than afforded at the end of FY 2006. 


17. Social security on the other hand must be satisfied with their $2 trillion OASI savings, in our nation’s time of need. In 2005 OASDI declared gross revenues of $701.8 billion and expenditures of only $520.7 billion. With income from interest totaling $94.3 billion it should not be difficult limit SSA budget appropriations to $500 without causing any deficits or declines in the payment of new and old benefits. Although SSA pleads hypothetical shortfalls in the distant future when the baby boomers retire the social security administration must adopt a temporary cost based pay-as-you go policy to eliminate deficit under 2USC(20)I§902 without cutting benefits.  Tax rates for OASDI will increase to afford the deficit predicted to be caused the baby boomers, in time, however Medicare and Social Security are currently deep in the black.  To be responsible to the taxpayers the public must informed of this planned use of their earmarked social security contributions to offset the deficit in general revenues until the budget is balanced.  The SSA Actuarial Service has been requested to make this the topic of the 2007 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees, “SSA Responsibility for the Federal Deficit: A Transitional Pay-as-You Go Plan.”  The Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve is sought to be a signatory to the Report. 


18. Rep. Louise Slaughter wrote a letter on Tuesday, December 19, 2006: As we get ready to celebrate this holiday season, I wanted to thank you once again for helping us to take our country back and break from a past defined by what came to be known as the Republican Do Nothing Congress. We Democrats have been busy since America voted for a New Direction on November 7th. Since then, we have announced new budget proposals, outlined our plan to implement all of the key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission, discussed outside enforcement of ethical standards in Congress, and highlighted a bipartisan plan to strengthen the Page Board to protect the young people in the Congressional Page Program. The American people voted for a Congress that will make them safer, make our economy fairer, make our Congress more honest, and build a better future for all of America's children. And in January, we will move forward to deliver on that mandate within our first 100 legislative hours. Our agenda remains the same:


  1. Draining the swamp – breaking the link between lobbyists and legislation, bring civility to the legislative debate, and committing to pay-as-you-go budgeting;
  2. Making America more secure – implementing the independent 9/11 Commission recommendations; Giving Americans a raise – increasing the minimum wage;
  3. Making college more affordable – cutting the interest rate in half on federally subsidized student loans;
  4. Making health care more affordable – negotiating for lower prescription drug prices;
  5. Beginning on a path to energy independence - ending subsidies for Big Oil and investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency; and
  6. Giving hope to families with devastating diseases – allowing stem cell research.


Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums. Lobbying Activity Disclosure. 1st Annual Economic Report. 149 pgs. HA-1-1-07.