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There is more than one way to vote. The ballot, sure, but the jury box is the more powerful. A well informed jury could nullify all parts of the healthcare law, fines, fees, and mandates.
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Chris Rock's Tweet Beyond the Pale

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 8:28 AM
No, he needs to man up, accept responsibility for himself, and participate in society as an individual, in stead of as a part of a collective.
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Chris Rock's Tweet Beyond the Pale

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 8:27 AM
Lincoln, to his dieing day, planned to deport all blacks back to Africa. To describe him as anything but a white supremicist and statists would be folly. As to Chris Rock, Racism is a sad reality in much of the world, and even in the US. But whining about the plight of your ancestors several generations gone is greviously inadequate to combat said prejudice. Instead, man up, be the excellent individual, prove to the ignorant that you are a man of worth, intellegence, and integrity. Prove their prejudice wrong, invalidate their ignorance, and advance your intellectual cause through moral discourse.
Allison is a warmonger. The Kochs now have their wolf-in-sheeps-clothing leading at Cato, which will be the pseudo-libertarian wing of the Republican party. Cato long ago shunned true libertarian non-aggression when it ousted Rothbard and shunned Ron Paul. The entire group is a shill for beltway statists hiding behind the small-government curtain.
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Chief Justice Roberts, You Fox You

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 8:52 AM
The SCOTUS has no constitutinoal authority to rule on constitutionality. That's the problem. It's not their job, it's the STATE LEGISLATURE'S job. If a state decides a law is unconstitutinal, then it's unconstitutional, or that state can just leave the union and be its own country. Thomas Jefferson was very clear on this point.
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Chief Justice Roberts, You Fox You

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 8:50 AM
Judge Nap for CJ of SCOTUS!!!
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Chief Justice Roberts, You Fox You

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 8:49 AM
If it was a tax, then there could be no SCOTUS hearing OR decision, as nobody has had the tax levied. Roberts' decision does't even pass first-year law school muster. Even a Judge Judy watcher should have known this law is unconstitutional at its core.
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Chief Justice Roberts, You Fox You

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 8:47 AM
"Is it a tax?" -SCOTUS "No." -Obama Lawyers "It's a tax." -Roberts "It's not a tax." -Democrats
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Chief Justice Roberts, You Fox You

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 8:45 AM
There is no way a such constitutional amendment will ever be passed.
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Chief Justice Roberts, You Fox You

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 8:44 AM
Was it such a hard decision? (Look in constitution for the word "healthcare".) (Can't find it.) (Rule unconstitutional.) (Home for dinner.)
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Chief Justice Roberts, You Fox You

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 8:42 AM
Exactly, Para. Congress was handed a new weapon against us. It's only a matter of time before they use it.
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