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Understanding Offer and

Acceptance
Basic Contract Law! Contract Law is the Supreme Law of the Land!

1) Before the advent of commerce there were only simple private exchanges, wherein
two men had a 'meeting of the minds' and decided what they would trade. No profit or
gain was made on the exchange, and no regulation was possible ... as the matter was
'private'. Once this process became 'public' it was no longer just a private exchange, it
was deemed to be 'commerce'.

2) The first thing that happens with contracting in the public sector is that an 'offer' is
made. The one making the offer has no initial control over the contract other than what
was firmly stated in his offer. Our choice is to simply 'accept' the offer or to negotiate it.
If we negotiate, we give the other party control, as they could then accept our counter-
offer and they also get the opportunity to materially change their original offer. This is
not in our best interest. So ...

a. We should never make public offers, unless we have firmly stated the offer in
terms of where we can't get hurt.

b. We should always accept their offers (for value) to prevent them from
'charging' us or to prevent the creation of a 'controversy'.

3) The minute we accept their offer, we 'own' it ... and we control it, the 'negotiation'
phase of the contract is over - all that remains is the 'consideration'. We've had our
meeting of the minds. (Remember; 'agree with thine adversary quickly ...') When we
accept their offer for value we have basically acknowledged the fact that there is no
possible way to literally 'pay' for their offer in the public sector due to the constant state
of 'reorganization' of the UNITED STATES under the bankruptcy laws, and the fact that
there is no actual 'money' in general circulation.

Therefore, we accept their offer for value by providing our signature on their paperwork.
This action is consistent with 'Public Policy' and the 'discharge' of public debt.
Remember; We (the people) are the Creditors in this bankruptcy! The corporate
UNITED STATES is the Debtor.

4) When we accept their offer and they produce a 'bill', or a 'charge', we simply sign
the bill "Accepted for Value" (plus signature and date) and return it to them for
'discharge' of the (public) debt consistent with Public Policy. Remember; the 'fiction'
(public) doesn't acknowledge the facts ... even the man by his true name, they only deal
in commerce with 'Straw Men', which are actually our 'Transmitting Utility'. We simply
'accommodate' this Straw Man with our signature.
5) When the merchant receives his acceptance he should actually just complete the
contract by accepting it and depositing it with his bank, much like a credit card voucher.
(Many don't understand this principal yet, but it is going to be up to us, as employers to
educate our employees, isn't it?) The bank would then adjust his account and route the
acceptances to the Treasury for 'adjustment of their account'. (Remember; a signature on
paper with a 'functional currency' sign {$} followed by a number greater than zero, is
what functions 'as money' according to the Revenue Code and the Federal Reserve's
publications.) When this doesn't happen, the 'merchant' has 'dishonored' his own offer,
breached the contract, and violated Public Policy. Since Contract Law and Public Policy
rule this country under the 'reorganization' in bankruptcy, this allows for the public
discharge of debt only, because of the removal of the ability to actually pay. Our account
is Pre-Paid and Exempt from Levy, we don't need to pay twice