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Why Republicans Are Poised To Lose The Second Amendment Battle

Ronald484 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 7:33 PM
Nullification is a concept that rejects the supremacy of the Constitution, that has been rejected every time it has been tried in the past 200 years, rejected by ten of the states and supported by none the first time it was tried, that caused George Washington, the Father of the Country, to be appalled, rejected by Andrew Jackson, and rejected by James Madison, the Father of the Constitution, who said that nullification would lead to anarchy.
Paulus Textor Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 11:03 PM
Madison spoke at times in favor of nullification, and other times against it.

For more consistent and correct was Jefferson, who warned that having the federal government be both the maker and judge of its own laws would inevitably lead to a tyranny over the sovereign states. Boy, did he have that one right!
Gene222 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 8:43 PM
Andrew Jackson did some of his own nullification when he refused to enforce the Supreme Court decision
regarding the rights of the five civilized tribes and set the stage for the disgraceful Trail of Tears episodes. His
role in exaggerating state's rights over Federal commitments by treaty probably set our compass directly to
entrenched slavery, seccession and the civil war. To hell with Jackson.
RayTheAnarchoCapitalist Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 8:08 PM
Nullification does not reject the Constitution. It rejects the notion that the federal government is all powerful.
jkash1776 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 7:52 PM
THe TEa Partiers and non-funded by planned parenthood politicians have ALL been villified and abandoned by the career Republicans.

You have to give progressives credit. They’re nothing if not thorough. When an opportunity to limit the Second Amendment presented itself in the Sandy Hook massacre, regardless how tasteless it was to exploit that opportunity, they went full bore toward their goal.

Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., introduced sweeping so-called “assault weapons” ban legislation this week that would place unprecedented restrictions on individuals’ rights to own, use, sell and even pass along already owned firearms to family members. But given where things stand now in the polls and political atmosphere, that legislation will go nowhere.

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