I'm not getting any response from many if any Freepers. ("Who cares until they come to MY state?" - that's a heck of an attitude for an American) No matter, I'll let you know what Jay Seculo says.
posted on 07/30/2003 4:50:43 PM PDT
Do you know if legally just one person can file a complaint against the state that a bill is unconstitutional? I don't see where we should have to have 100's of people to make a case - just like in law, all it should take is one person filing a motion, and the point is made
Sure you could do it - in theory. In practice the costs would eat you up and without a groundswell of support behind you the case would go nowhere. In real life you need lots of people to make things happen.
....do you know law?
I'm not an attorney if that's what you mean.
"Gee, everybody's so quick to say they'll fight when the Constitution will be taken away ...." Let's put our action where our mouth is.
You're going to find your biggest problem will be getting support from people who talk the talk but don't walk the walk.
See what you can get from Jay Seculo and the ACLJ. Do your homework on the entire subject. See what can and cannot be done. See what's possible and what's not possible. Get facts, facts, and more facts. Find support wherever you can, both in your local area and on the net. If you're determined to commit yourself to this project then realize that it will take time.
Fighting city hall has never been easy, but then who said freedom came easy?
posted on 07/30/2003 6:04:20 PM PDT
(Legislation Without Representation is Tyranny)
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