Quote(s) of the Day

COME(S) FROM TENTH AMENDMENT Center‘s Michael Boldin, via World Net Daily.

“These nine unelected lawyers are not the determination of what the Constitution is. We the people are.”

As I been sayin’, if force — even lethal force — is permissible — even mandatory — in the prevention of a felony in progress, what level of force is to be permitted or required in the prevention of a violation of the law of the land from which the authority for the felony law descends — the Constitution?

The … states considering nullification of Obamacare are calling for penalties, including fines and jail time, for any agent seeking to enforce the federal provisions.

It’s really pretty simple … It’s nothing more than states saying ‘no’ to unconstitutional acts.

When the federal government violates the Constitution, what do we do about it?

…[T]he idea that states would reject a Washington demand is not radical, it’s reasonable. …[W]hat’s radical is the idea that the federal government can be the final arbiter of the extent of its own powers.

Read the whole thing. I am pleased to note that, among the states pushing for nullification is Idaho, where my baby sister is a sitting state senator. Good on ya, kid!

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