Obamacare not valid because unconstitutional
October 02, 2013 12:23 AM | 1535 views | 8 8 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
DEAR EDITOR: We can stop worrying about saving the Republic, the Republic no longer exists. The Republic was created by the founders with safeguards to prevent it from being replaced by a dictatorship or any other form of government. First, the founding fathers wrote a constitution preventing any law that conflicts with the constitution. Then they divided the authority to write law, confirm and enforce law and judge the constitutionality of law between three government departments.

A Republic ceases to be a Republic when it creates and enforces unconstitutional law. The most recent unconstitutional law being enforced is, of course, Obamacare. Obamacare is not a valid law because it does not conform to the Constitution. The Obamacare law was partly written by the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court does not have the constitutional authority to write law, only to judge whether the law is constitutional.

A Republic also ceases to exist when law is enforced to show favoritism to an individual or group. For instance, the Obamacare law does not exempt large corporations or congressmen, but the president has taken upon himself to do just that, thus exercising dictatorial power.

God forgive us for giving up our Republic and the freedom of our children after so many patriots have sacrificed their lives to preserve it.

William Davidson

Marietta
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Lib in Cobb
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October 07, 2013
More waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah by William Davidson.
David Williamson
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October 03, 2013


Obamacare was passed by the Congress. The Supreme Court declared it constitutional. But you say that it is unconstitutional. Who should I believe; you, or the SCOTUS?

Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal - Obamacare not valid because unconstitutional
Too funny
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October 03, 2013
If this letter were submitted to a high school Civics class for a grade, it would get an "F."

This is what happens when Teahadists try to rewrite history lessons.
hello???
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October 03, 2013
Yet another fine example of an ignorant liberal... To sophomoric to be able to argue the point, so lets just throw mud and name call.

Finished kindergarten yet?
just sayin
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October 05, 2013
Apparently some people were absent from class when they played "I'm Just a Bill" (schoolhouse rock). It clearly shows children and Tea Partiers how a Bill becomes law.
on balance
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October 03, 2013
Clueless-

where to begin?? Is it your dissection and analysis of Bill's points? Is it your explanation of the articles of the Constitution that show Bill to be wrong or is it just that your an ignorant, angry, ideological liberal who is venting.

To paraphrase you, Hey Clueless until you learn how to address and challenge another poster with facts and intelligence, cral (sic) back in your hate filled hole.
Clueless on Law
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October 02, 2013
Hey Bill, when you join the Supreme Court you can judge what is constitutional. For now cral back in your uninformed hole.
Kenneth D. Parrott
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October 03, 2013
Hey "Clueless", your name certainly fits. Mr. Davidson is right on all points. You, however; well, your name says it all.
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