Some nice coverage in The New American:
“Push back! Push back! Push back!” the crowd of more than 350 shouted at the first Nullify Now! rally held in Ft. Worth, Texas on Saturday, Sept. 4th. They were responding to GOP congressional candidate Stephen Broden of Texas as he urged the nullification of Obamacare in his talk at the rally. Broden is running to defeat the socialist Eddie Bernice Johnson for a congressional seat in the Dallas area.
Various groups were represented by booths and attendees at the Texas Rally, the largest being The John Birch Society (the parent company of The New American magazine) and various Tea Party groups. All agreed that author Tom Woods, the keynote speaker of the event, made everyone aware that it was the constitutional duty of each state to use the tool of nullification to stop the unconstitutional actions, mandates and legislation coming from Washington.
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