“Where does the Constitution delegate to the national government the authority to have a police force and/or to pursue sex criminals? I cant seem to find it. In fact, I cant find any delegated police power in the Constitution, but I must be looking in the wrong place.”
Let’s be clear, I posted a link about Coakley sueing the US Government to force the Federal Government (and therefore the other 49 states) to recognize Massachusetts’ Same Sex Marriage Law.
I personally object to the fact that in a 4-3 decision that a panel of thugs in black robes ruling on a state law can then force the Federal Government & 49 other states to follow their edict.
Again the citizens of Massachusetts were not allowed to vote on it.
The Legislature refused to vote on it.
The Governor received no bill to sign nor veto.
Did you know in Massachusetts with a judge’s permission a child as young as 12 can get married.
So in your world a 50 year old named Barney can marry a 12 year old boy named Buck and everyone in the nation should except it as they travel around the country, hmm I understand where you are coming from methinks.
Personally I’m going to side with the kid’s right to Life, Freedom, & the Pursuit of Happiness free of Molestation.
I’m silly like that.
I’m just trying to make clear that the Constitution’s “limited powers” is irrelevant and easily ignored by conservatives and leftists alike.