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Introducing the Tenth Ammendment

For those of you that were educated indoctrinated  in public Government schools, I’d like to introduce you to the Tenth Ammendment. 

No, it does not start off with “Thou shalt not…”

With the massive explosion of big government into our lives, we only need to remember one thing; that the tenth ammendment prohibits such actions by the government.  If only we could get all of us right-wing extremists to protest on the grounds of that ammendment as we do on the 1st or 2nd ammendments, then we wouldn’t be having this Healthcare debate right now.

So, the next time you go to a town hall meeting and you ask your Congressman or Sentor a question, make sure you ask them, “By what authority does the United States Government have to intervene in healthcare?”

Don’t remember what the ammendment states?  Well, here’s a little refresher:

Ammendment X

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.

I’m sorry, but you can’t get any clearer than that.

There it is folks.  Right there in black and white.

Categories: In my country
  1. Mrs G
    August 24, 2009 at 11:48 pm

    Yea, I think a lot of people need to read that over and over again.

  2. spiceymchaggis
    August 24, 2009 at 11:50 pm

    I agree. If they had as much passion about the 10th Ammendment as they do the 1st or 2nd ammendments, then I think our country would be quite a different place.

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