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REPLAY – this special encore edition of Tenther Radio welcomes Rob Natelson to talk with Jason Rink and Michael Boldin about the constitution and the recent Obama Jobs bill. This is a replay of Rob’s interview on 09-28-11. The show is not streaming live this week as Michael travels to a speaking event in Moscow, Idaho, then to Jacksonville for Nullify Now!

Joining the show for two segments, Rob Natelson, recognized national expert on the framing and adoption of the US Constitution, explains how the new Obama jobs bill obliterates part of the Constitution.

“Obama’s new jobs bill is an in-your-face violation of the Constitution.”

“Congress doesn’t have the Constitutional authority to override the 1st or 2nd amendment, and they also don’t have the power to suspend the 11th.”

Mentioned in this Show
The Original Constitution – Natelson’s book
Independence Institute
Foundation for a Free Society
Sound Money Center

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