Skip to comments.States Will Be Last Line of Defense
Posted on 04/24/2010 7:04:22 AM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
CALLER: Hey, my point to you was in the last hour you were speaking with another caller, and you guys had agreed that all these policy initiatives out of the administration were, in essence, a big-time federal power grab. My question is when are the states going to stand up and say, "No more?" If they don't stand up on Tenth Amendment grounds, which would be the right thing to do, why don't they stand up on selfish grounds? Their politicians, they're losing power. When are these state guys going to say enough?
RUSH: This is an excellent point, and the states are going to have to be where we make our last stand. You are more on the money than you know. There are a number of states that are joining together to sue the government over the unconstitutionality of health care. Some of the states, I don't have it right in front of me, six other states have joined to oppose something else going on in Washington
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Rush is right. We are a nation comprising, essentially, 50 countries. The Federal government wants to control all 50 of them, which is in opposition to the Constitution. It is time the States started to push back. I would even go so far as to say they should not continue to be bribed by Washington D.C., which use our tax money to implement their policies. The State need to get some guts and tell the President, their Senators, and Representatives that it has to stop. Getting the Feds out of the education arena would be a first good step.
No, Pelosi style libs won't ruin it. It takes 38 States to ratify any changes. Libs don't have 38....yet.
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