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The rebirth of freedom in America by reclaiming the government given us by our Constitution is upon us.  Nowhere in the Constitution is it written that states must subordinate themselves to the Federal authority except in those powers designated to the Federal government by the constitution.  Amendment ten is a redundancy that serves to make emphatic the intent that ONLY those powers designated to the Federal government may be exercised by the Federal government.  Likewise, nowhere in the Constitution is it written that the Supreme Court is the controlling authority that decides when and how the Executive or legislative branch has exceeded its power.  

 

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The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

 

We have all been taught that Lincoln was the great savior of the union and that he was the great emancipator.  Even casual reading of the Lincoln's speeches and actions from the White House that incited and conducted a war against his own people ought to be sufficient to warn us of a similar president and subservient congress today.  Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Obama both have done great damage to citizens' understanding of our Constitution.  In Mr. Lincoln's case, his adamant insistence that wealth be extracted from the agricultural southern states and allocated by federal authority to the development of Northern Industrialist economic plans brought on a war that his German contemporary, Otto Von Bismarck would have been proud to take credit for had credit been offered him.  In the process of redistributing wealth, of course, Mr. Lincoln trampled the constitution under foot.  It would not begin to recover until the contemporary threat posed by Mr. Obama got the attention of those for whom the Constitution was created: The American Citizenry.  

 

Mr. Obama was widely admired by certain interests in our nation for his comparison of himself to Lincoln. That should have been in itself a warning of what was to come.  Refusing to back off on the ruinously high tariff rate imposed on imported goods that the Southern states had come to depend on, Mr. Lincoln insured that they would separate themselves from such tyranny.  Instead of meeting legitimate objections from Southern states in a spirit of fairness and desire to work out a legitimate solution, he made war on them.  Mr. Obama is capable of the same tactics.  Already he is stirring up race, class and economic dissatisfactions to his own political gain and that of his supporters.    His plans for redistribution of wealth are global.  The result of Lincoln's war was that the Republic with its States authority diminished was restored by force of arms.  The results of Mr. Obama’s attack on America will be surrender of governing authority to some amorphous, unelected, New World Order.

 

A republic cannot be held together by force of arms and still be said to enjoy the blessings of liberty.   Nor can freedom endure under the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the spirit of whicht seems to inspire the Obama crowd.   The movement of state legislatures to pass laws nullifying unprecedented Federal violations of State authority should instill hope into all our hearts.  The contemporary rebellion is not regional in character.  Rather it is firmly rooted in constitutional principle and is of importance to all States.  We have traitors among us and they have seized control of our national government.  The only hope of setting things right resides in State governments displaying the courage to take back the authority given them by the United States Constitution.  

 

What was true on July 4, 1776 is still and always has been true:  Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

 

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The rebirth of freedom in America by reclaiming the government given us by our Constitution is upon us.  Nowhere in the Constitution is it written that states must subordinate themselves to the Federal authority except in those powers designated to the Federal government by the constitution.  Amendment ten is a redundancy that serves to make emphatic the intent that ONLY those powers designated to the Federal government may be exercised by the Federal government.  Likewise, nowhere in the Constitution is it written that the Supreme Court is the controlling authority that decides when and how the Executive or legislative branch has exceeded its power.  

 

How hard is it to understand this statement?  

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

 

We have all been taught that Lincoln was the great savior of the union and that he was the great emancipator.  Even casual reading of the Lincoln's speeches and actions from the White House that incited and conducted a war against his own people ought to be sufficient to warn us of a similar president and subservient congress today.  Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Obama both have done great damage to citizens' understanding of our Constitution.  In Mr. Lincoln's case, his adamant insistence that wealth be extracted from the agricultural southern states and allocated by federal authority to the development of Northern Industrialist economic plans brought on a war that his German contemporary, Otto Von Bismarck would have been proud to take credit for had credit been offered him.  In the process of redistributing wealth, of course, Mr. Lincoln trampled the constitution under foot.  It would not begin to recover until the contemporary threat posed by Mr. Obama got the attention of those for whom the Constitution was created: The American Citizenry.  

 

Mr. Obama was widely admired by certain interests in our nation for his comparison of himself to Lincoln. That should have been in itself a warning of what was to come.  Refusing to back off on the ruinously high tariff rate imposed on imported goods that the Southern states had come to depend on, Mr. Lincoln insured that they would separate themselves from such tyranny.  Instead of meeting legitimate objections from Southern states in a spirit of fairness and desire to work out a legitimate solution, he made war on them.  Mr. Obama is capable of the same tactics.  Already he is stirring up race, class and economic dissatisfactions to his own political gain and that of his supporters.    His plans for redistribution of wealth are global.  The result of Lincoln's war was that the Republic with its States authority diminished was restored by force of arms.  The results of Mr. Obama’s attack on America will be surrender of governing authority to some amorphous, unelected, New World Order.

 

A republic cannot be held together by force of arms and still be said to enjoy the blessings of liberty.   Nor can freedom endure under the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the spirit of whicht seems to inspire the Obama crowd.   The movement of state legislatures to pass laws nullifying unprecedented Federal violations of State authority should instill hope into all our hearts.  The contemporary rebellion is not regional in character.  Rather it is firmly rooted in constitutional principle and is of importance to all States.  We have traitors among us and they have seized control of our national government.  The only hope of setting things right resides in State governments displaying the courage to take back the authority given them by the United States Constitution.  

 

What was true on July 4, 1776 is still and always has been true:  Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

 

2 years, 7 months ago on NDAA Nullification Passes Arizona House

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The rebirth of freedom in America by reclaiming the government given us by our Constitution is upon us.  Nowhere in the Constitution is it written that states must subordinate themselves to the Federal authority except in those powers designated to the Federal government by the constitution.  Amendment ten is a redundancy that serves to make emphatic the intent that ONLY those powers designated to the Federal government may be exercised by the Federal government.  Likewise, nowhere in the Constitution is it written that the Supreme Court is the controlling authority that decides when and how the Executive or legislative branch has exceeded its power.  

 

How hard is it to understand this statement?  

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

 

We have all been taught that Lincoln was the great savior of the union and that he was the great emancipator.  Even casual reading of the Lincoln's speeches and actions from the White House that incited and conducted a war against his own people ought to be sufficient to warn us of a similar president and subservient congress today.  Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Obama both have done great damage to citizens' understanding of our Constitution.  In Mr. Lincoln's case, his adamant insistence that wealth be extracted from the agricultural southern states and allocated by federal authority to the development of Northern Industrialist economic plans brought on a war that his German contemporary, Otto Von Bismarck would have been proud to take credit for had credit been offered him.  In the process of redistributing wealth, of course, Mr. Lincoln trampled the constitution under foot.  It would not begin to recover until the contemporary threat posed by Mr. Obama got the attention of those for whom the Constitution was created: The American Citizenry.  

 

Mr. Obama was widely admired by certain interests in our nation for his comparison of himself to Lincoln. That should have been in itself a warning of what was to come.  Refusing to back off on the ruinously high tariff rate imposed on imported goods that the Southern states had come to depend on, Mr. Lincoln insured that they would separate themselves from such tyranny.  Instead of meeting legitimate objections from Southern states in a spirit of fairness and desire to work out a legitimate solution, he made war on them.  Mr. Obama is capable of the same tactics.  Already he is stirring up race, class and economic dissatisfactions to his own political gain and that of his supporters.    His plans for redistribution of wealth are global.  The result of Lincoln's war was that the Republic with its States authority diminished was restored by force of arms.  The results of Mr. Obama’s attack on America will be surrender of governing authority to some amorphous, unelected, New World Order.

 

A republic cannot be held together by force of arms and still be said to enjoy the blessings of liberty.   Nor can freedom endure under the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the spirit of whicht seems to inspire the Obama crowd.   The movement of state legislatures to pass laws nullifying unprecedented Federal violations of State authority should instill hope into all our hearts.  The contemporary rebellion is not regional in character.  Rather it is firmly rooted in constitutional principle and is of importance to all States.  We have traitors among us and they have seized control of our national government.  The only hope of setting things right resides in State governments displaying the courage to take back the authority given them by the United States Constitution.  

 

What was true on July 4, 1776 is still and always has been true:  Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

 

2 years, 7 months ago on New Law: Virginia will not cooperate with NDAA detention

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