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Lying From Behind on Libya

RockStrongo Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:21 PM
Yes, the 10th Amendment is the most precious amendment of all. A state should be able to implement their citizens wishes, so long as it does not interfere with the US Constitution. If the US Constitution does not explicitly grant a federal power, then a state is free to set its own laws. So could Colorado, California, Texas, Florida, Nevada, Montana or Arizona change their state's language to Espanol, if the majority of their citizens vote to do so??
lemonfemale Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 3:04 PM
Barring two things. A power prohibited to the states- such as waging war. And a power or right reserved to the people. So as far as I know without looking up case law, a state could switch to Spanish and have callers press two for English.
DagNabbit Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 4:48 PM
And if the majority of residents in that state preferred Spanish, why wouldn't they?

Let’s start where it first began.

No, not the election of Barack Hussein Obama, although that would be a good call.

Jump further ahead in the story.

Back in March 2011, when Obama started lobbing missiles at Libya, liberals assured us that we were NOT at war.

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