“To consider the Judges of the Superior Court as the ultimate Arbiters of Constitutional questions would be a dangerous doctrine which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. They have with others, the same passion for party, for power, and for the privileges of their corps – and their power is the more dangerous as they are in the office for life, and not responsible, as the other functionaries are to the Elective control. The Constitution has elected no single Tribunal. I know no safe depositary of the ultimate powers of society but the people themselves”
~ Thomas Jefferson

As We the People approach our responsibilities regarding Elective control, it would serve us well to spend some time to study, listen, research and ask some deeper, perhaps, constitutional questions of the candidates that are offering to represent us. If we ever hope to begin to reverse the madness of out of control, tax and spend, corrupt and dishonest state and federal governments, it is indeed our duty to do our best to insure that we are not repeating the same process and expecting different results.

One of the key constitutional questions to ask is: Would you support Nullification?? “Nullification is the rightful remedy to the government’s uncontrollable quest for power”.~ Thomas Jefferson. Anything other than YES should send up a red flag!!.

Nullification is a simple process. In Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution, it lists the specific enumerated powers entrusted to the Federal government. Any federal legislation that does not have attached the specific enumerated power entrusted is to be considered unconstitutional. Any unconstitutional law is, in fact, not a law at all and should be made null and void within the states. It is a safe bet that any candidate that does not openly support Nullification is just a repeat of what has not been working!

If you find yourself part of the exploding number of Americans that feel our government has taken upon themselves to become masters rather than servants as our Founders and the Constitution intended, you owe it to yourself and future generations to do something different, get involved, ask some questions, and therefore expect different results. In many cases we simply repeat to ourselves “the lesser of two evils”, but anyway we look at that, that is still evil and will only prolong, not solve the problem!

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