Rejecting Unlimited Submission to the Government of the United States

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Whereas: The Federal government has exceeded the authority granted to it by the powers enumerated in the Constitution.
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Whereas: The General Welfare Clause of the Constitution does not mean that any and every law the Congress can pass has the force of Constitutional law
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Whereas: The Congress passed the Patient Affordable Care Act, commonly referenced as “Obamacare”, over the will of a majority of the American people
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Resolved: That Texas, Louisianna, Florida and numerable other states are not united on the principal of unlimited submission to their general government and since the passage of the Affordable Health Care Act is a case of the general government assuming undelegated powers, the Act is unauthoritative, void and of no force.
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Just because Chief Justice Roberts twisted himself into a pretzel to find the Affordable Health Care Act constitutional does not mean that the states which overwhelmingly reject the 2,000 page monstrosity must live by it. In the case of this cram-down, the states should just say no.

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Grumpy Elder
December 8, 2012 5:40 pm

You missed a detail- All laws involving appropriations must originate in the House, after all the Congressional BS to get it passed, everyone forgot it was the Senate Version that passed, the House version went into the shredder.. It didn’t mater as long as the taxes were penalties, but the Court decided they were taxes.. The other part of that is the House not only didn’t originate the bill, they never even voted on it, they voted to deem it had passed. How can a law that is Constitutionally required to have originated in the House be valid when the… Read more »

bobmontgomery
December 8, 2012 8:04 pm

Author! And isn’t it passing strange that two of the greatest heroes of us “right-wing, extremist, raaaaaacist,” Patriots today are Walter E. Williams and Thomas Sowell.
Williams probably could not find these other words in the Constitution: Education, environment, fair and diversity.