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Americans Are Worrying About the Constitution Again

Bob from PA Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 9:56 PM
People don't seem to worry about the Constitution until the economy tanks and then they become addicted to the government plantation of benefits. If Obamacare is upheld and O gets elected, the court willswing so far left, the Second Amendment will also be history. We will be under a dictatorship all 'democratically' elected. History is repeating itself. Too bad we aren't concerned about the Constitution all of the time.
elko-mike Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 10:08 PM
The Regulatory Branch of government, which predates Obama, is taking us to tyranny. According to the Founders when the legislative, executive, and judicial powers was in one pair of hands or a few pairs of hands then there is tyranny. Obama's actions have alerted Americans, at least those paying attention, to the threat that is posed.
The rule writing is legislation and Congress has granted the Executive Branch that authority. In the case of the Sacketts (Idaho Wetlands), EPA was claiming judicial powers. So that de facto has been granted.
Liberty loving people need to demand that Congress end it and reclaim their legislative power.

"I don't worry about the Constitution," said Rep. Phil Hare, Democrat of Illinois, at a town hall meeting where voters questioned his support of the legislation that became Obamacare. You can find the clip on Youtube, where it has 462,084 hits.

That was before the 2010 election, in which Hare, running for a third term in a district designed by Democrats to elect a Democrat, was defeated 53 to 43 percent by Bobby Schilling, proprietor of a pizza parlor in East Moline.

A lot of politicians are worrying about the Constitution these days. Liberal commentators were shocked this...