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    Default Legal Theory And Politics: Nullification And States' Rights

    I am of the opinion that continued nullification of the duly constituted authority of organs of the UN, by the US Supreme Court, is setting a precedent that can be used by the several states concerning our own federal government and non-specifically enumerated powers currently being subscribed to by the republican doctrine.

    The general government of the Union has no specifically enumerated power to Prohibit interstate commerce among the several states, even if in the form of powerful, mood altering drugs, since the repeal of the prohibition amendment.

    Nullifying federal authority in such matters can be considered a states' right.

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    DAN!!! When did you get out of jail, man!? We were wondering where you went!!! So how much crack did you deal this time??

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    You may have me confused with someone else. I have been practicing transcendental nullification of useless and extra-constitutional federal laws.

    Have you been? Have you gotten over perjuring yourself lately?

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    You may have me confused with someone else. I have been practicing transcendental nullification of useless and extra-constitutional federal laws.
    I see.

    Have you been? Have you gotten over perjuring yourself lately?
    I've been alright.

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    I have been practicing transcendental nullification of useless and extra-constitutional federal laws.
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    Does this mean you are violating federal laws?

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    Default Re: Legal Theory And Politics: Nullification And States' Rights.

    Dan...glad you're back.

    I was beginning to think clearly.

    Now you're here to take care of that!


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    Default Re: Legal Theory And Politics: Nullification And States' Rights.

    The Confederate States of America: What Might Have Been by Roger L. Ransom


    Great book....

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    I see.

    I've been alright.
    Glad to hear it. I hope you don't mind if I ask for you to share some of your expertise in our conversation in this thread.

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    Does this mean you are violating federal laws?
    Not with Republicans in office claiming to subscribe to the republican doctrine of specifically enumerated powers.

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    Dan...glad you're back.

    I was beginning to think clearly.

    Now you're here to take care of that!

    I haven't had much luck in convincing chicks to make an appointment for a Yoni massage. I hope you don't mind.

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