Constitutional Contempt

Listening to the Glenn Beck show last week, I was struck by an exchange between Glenn and one of his co-hosts. They were discussing the Monica Lewinsky debacle of the late nineties and paraphrased the national dialog at the time as something like this:

Republicans: President Clinton had an affair in the Oval Office.

Democrats: No, he didn’t.

Republicans: Yes, he did.

Democrats: No, he didn’t.

Republicans: Yes, he did. He just admitted it on national television.

Democrats: It doesn’t matter.

I’ve noticed the same thing happening today in the health care debate with regard to the Constitution.



How YOUR State Should Respond to Obama’s Health Care Reform

Obama’s health care reform will likely pass in some form even with the efforts of those who have bravely railed against such lunacy. The dorks on Capitol Hill aren’t concerned with a majority of Americans who oppose such poppycock. Neither are these elitists troubled that the States are being sucked of every ounce of power which the constitution squarely reserves to them. In my estimation, these political punks are starting to look as the European tyrants must have looked to our Beloved Founding Fathers some 233 years ago.

Unfortunately, the health care bill is certain to soil everyone’s britches when they see just how much their taxes will go up! I believe the protests should continue, but I also believe that now is the time for the States to step in and declare their right to reject the Federal usurpation of its authority. It’s time for a Declaration of Nullification by each State. And believe it or not, nullification is an American political tradition which goes all the way back to Founders Thomas Jefferson and James Madison.