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What Ron Paul Gets Wrong

Andrew292 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 9:57 PM
Juan brings up an interesting point regarding State Nulification. No single state can nullify federal law within their own borders. I think we can all agree on that. But what happens with multiple states acting in concert? What happens if 30 states say no to Obamacare? What is the outcome of federal law, when the states from whom federal power is vested stand united against it? What is the threshold there? When does Article V implicitly come into effect rather than explicitly?
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 11:37 AM
Actually, laws like Real ID have been successfully nullified. States DO have that power. The 10th Amendment says exactly that.

Congressman Ron Paul has just delivered his valedictory address in the House of Representatives. And he has told TV interviewers that the American Revolution was a wonderful example of secession. He's a much better OB/GYN, I'm sure, than he is a student of America's history. He could be cited for political malpractice.

If the Founding Fathers and the Patriots who fought and won the Revolution were seceding, why is it that none of them ever called it secession? They certainly had the word back then. They invoked the well-known right of revolution. They had read their John Locke and their Montesquieu,...