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To: Carbonsteel

Interesting, so a judge considers drug testing for welfare to be a case of illegal search and seizure.

Would the judge be so kind to rule on the TSA who won’t let people get on a privately owned aircraft with drugs. The TSA assumes I am a criminal, then denies me my 2nd Amendment Rights by violating my 4th and 5th. If I were to fly from Dallas to Houston, TSA would still want to do a search without Probable Cause and without a warrant, a clear violation of the 10th and 14th Amendments.

My Rights to engage in contracts with a private company is routinely violated by the FedGov while there is yet no claim in the Constitution where a drug addict has free access to my wallet.


17 posted on 10/24/2011 3:34:25 PM PDT by The Theophilus (Obama's Key to win 2012: Ban Haloperidol)
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To: The Theophilus

Federal judges have also acknowledged the freedom of the IRS to seize property without judicial hearings (i.e. due process). Federal judges also allow the EPA to restrict the use of private property and assess fines on activities involving private use of private property.


22 posted on 10/24/2011 3:39:18 PM PDT by Soul of the South (When times are tough the tough get going.)
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To: The Theophilus
It's the New Deal Commerce Clause what trashes the Tenth Amendment. The same one that fedgov uses to fight the WOD.

They're a package deal.

39 posted on 10/24/2011 4:24:51 PM PDT by Ken H (They are running out of other people's money. )
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