Good thing it is established precedent that treaties do not supercede the constitution when in direct conflict of the constitution. I don’t even think Roberts could find a way around that one.
I dont even think Roberts could find a way around that one.
Don't worry. Roberts will make it a tax and it will be ok... /sarcasm
posted on 07/09/2012 12:18:40 PM PDT
("stand up defend or lay down and die")
Unfortunately, Roberts found a way to REDEFINE what a tax is.
I would rather have a constitutional amendment that specifically states that all treaties are subject to the Constitution. Precedent is far to easily overturned by activist judges.
Doesn't matter any more if it's legal or constitutional ... All you need is a Dem Senate to approve the treaty and Obama will sign it. If it is legally challenged, then it goes to the Roberts Supreme Court where it will be fixed up to become legal and constitutional.
THE ONLY HOPE LEFT IS TO TAKE EVERY GOVERNMENT OFFICE THERE IS, FROM DOG CATCHER TO PRESIDENT, AWAY FROM THE DEMOCRATS. Then pass a law making the Democrat Party ILLEGAL!
posted on 07/09/2012 1:06:02 PM PDT
(Boiling tea makes it stronger. I'm a Tea Party Patriot...and I AM BOILING!!!)
He will, and every GOP senator will find an excuse to vote for it.
And I hope that my sarcasm isn’t true.
posted on 07/09/2012 1:48:11 PM PDT
("God is dead" -- Nietzsche. "Nietzsche is dead" -- God.)
Good thing it is established precedent that treaties do not supercede the constitution when in direct conflict of the constitution.
Name one treaty that has been superseded by the Constitution or thrown out by the courts.
posted on 07/09/2012 2:18:17 PM PDT
(The Slave Party Switcheroo: Economic crisis! Zero's eligibility Trumped!! Hillary 2012!!!)
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