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Post Obama Win, Tea Party Not Backing Down

RockStrongo Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:24 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??
Birdman III Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:40 PM
Then you agree that abortion and gay marriage should be a state issue?
Hard Thought Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:38 PM
Yes, that is. What the tenth amendment means. It also means that the several and individual states can decide how to enforce voter identification, checks on immigration status and abortion procedures and restrictions.

Cuts both ways.

Despite a President Obama win last night, the Tea Party Patriots are vowing to keep fighting against big government and out of control spending in Washington D.C. They've also expressed great disappointment in Mitt Romney being what they describe as "handpicked" by the GOP establishment and is holding that establishment responsible for the loss last night.

 “For those of us who believe that America, as founded, is the greatest country in the history of the world – a ‘Shining city upon a hill’ – we wanted someone who would fight for us,” Jenny Beth Martin, National Coordinator of...