December 23, 2009

Nullification~Last Bastion to standing up to protect Constitutional American rights

The passage of the Obama Health Care Resolution has seven Attorney Generals filing suit on the unconstitutional conduct of the Congress.  This a quote from the link to Detroit News: 
Henry McMaster said he and his counterparts -- all Republicans -- in Alabama, Colorado, Michigan, North Dakota, Texas and Washington state -- are jointly taking a look at the deal they've dubbed the "Nebraska compromise."
Failing this correcting Washington's conduct, the next step is to step over a failed Three Party system to the Constitution and have a Constitutional Crisis Conference by all State legislatures and Governors.  This will be the necessary step to the final Bastion of saving our Constitution as described below.
George
Sent: Wednesday, December 23, 2009 5:03 PM
Subject: standing up to protect Constitutional American rights

Let's keep praying and trusting GOD our Redeemer! Here may be a GOD
given opportunity:
This unprecedented government takeover of American freedom must be
stopped. The tyrannical rule of Pelosi and Ried cannot be allowed to
continue. The laws they want so desperately to impose on us are
absolutely and without question unconstitutional. Please do all you can
to join with the 8 states and any others who are standing up to protect
Constitutional American rights and freedom.

"Mandating that individuals must obtain health insurance, and imposing
any penalty – civil or criminal – on any private citizen for not
purchasing health insurance is not authorized by any provision of the
U.S. Constitution."

Democrats have claimed that the individual mandate is authorized under
the Commerce Clause, the General Welfare Clause or the Taxing and
Spending Clause, according to CAP.

CAP argues that the federal government has limited jurisdiction,
"unless a specific provision of the Constitution empowers a particular
law, then that law is unconstitutional."

"Government can only regulate economic action; it cannot coerce action
on the part of private citizens who do not wish to participate in
commerce," — The Conservative Action Project (CAP)

Please consider and support Nullification.
In response to what some opponents see as a Congress that doesn't
represent their interests, State Legislators are looking to the nearly
forgotten American political tradition of nullification as a way to
reject any potential national health care program that may be coming
from Washington.

In 2010, residents of Arizona will be voting on a State Constitutional
Amendment that would let them effectively opt out of any proposed
national health care plan. Legislatures in Florida, Michigan, Ohio and
Pennsylvania are also considering similar State Constitutional
Amendments.

And now, Missouri is joining them. According to a report in The
Missourian, "Rep. Cynthia Davis, R-O'Fallon, pre-filed a bill Dec. 1
that, if approved by voters, would effectively put a halt on any
national health care legislation. Davis said her intent was to give
voters a way to protect themselves."
The principle behind such legislation is nullification, which has a
long history in the American tradition. When a state "nullifies" a
federal law, it is proclaiming that the law in question is void and
inoperative, or "non-effective," within the boundaries of that state;
or, in other words, not a law as far as the state is concerned.

Early nullification movements began with the Virginia and Kentucky
Resolutions of 1798. These resolutions, secretly authored by Thomas
Jefferson and James Madison, asserted that the people of the states, as
sovereign entities, could judge for themselves whether the federal
government had overstepped its constitutional bounds -- to the point of
ignoring federal laws.

Virginia and Kentucky passed the resolutions in response to the federal
Alien and Sedition Acts, which provided, in part, for the prosecution
of anyone who criticized Congress or the President of the United
States.

Nullification was regularly called upon by states all over the country
in response to everything from higher taxes to the fugitive slave law
of 1850.

Nullification.  Very much an option for all the states to follow and
some already are.  Namely, Missouri.....already has a bill tracking
..... and Texas and Oklahoma.  Read the links.

www.campaignforliberty.com/article.php?view=429

www.americanvote.info

http://tinyurl.com/y9ek4qws


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