Supporters of the monster state count on people being unaware of the original, legal meaning of the Constitution. They push so many lies that I can hardly keep track of them all.
Here are the top-8 that came to mind first.
(1) Federal law is always supreme over conflicting state laws
(2) Only the Supreme Court determines if something violates the Constitution. And their decision is final.
(3) The “general Welfare” clause means Congress can pass whatever it wants to supposedly “help” people around the country.
(4) The way to deal with unconstitutional federal programs is “vote the bums out” or sue in federal court.
(5) The “necessary and proper” clause means the feds can do just about anything.
(6) The Constitution is “living and breathing,” and it must be interpreted differently now to change with the times.
(7) Every problem has a federal solution.
(8) The “commerce clause” empowers the feds to regulate or even prohibit things that in any way “have an effect” on interstate commerce.
I’m pretty sure that you can probably give a strong answer to most, if not all of these. But even if you can, I’m sure you know someone else who can’t.
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