Once again, the Supreme Court sold out “We the People.” Chief Justice John Roberts, in genuine judicial activism, plays two sides against the middle. In Arizona v. US, Roberts ruled that States are not sovereign. But in Florida v. HHS (the 26-State health-care reform bill suit), Roberts says States are sovereign. Are States sovereign or not? Amazing! With this ruling we now have 47 million people (citizens or not) added to the health-care rolls. And the government can make us buy whatever they deem fit, or pay a fine—excuse me, a tax. It has the ring of dictatorship.
When you think back, Daddy George H.W. Bush Senior gave us Judge (backdoor) Souter. Now Junior gave us bend-over Roberts. They screwed “We the People” both times. Let no one misunderstand. I said screwed as an offensive term meaning “in serious trouble.”
Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts Goes Two For Two
Since when did flexibility come into play in the Tenth Amendment? Or maybe we should ask, Chief Justice Roberts, just what would make you sell out the Constitution and the American people in your last two decisions? First, in Arizona, you negate State sovereignty. Then, in Florida, you say the States have sovereign rights.
Also troubling: why did you ignore severability? Oops, did I bring up a sore issue that the Marxist idiots took that out of the original bill? Just how long will we the American people have to put up with judicial assault on our Constitution? These repeated findings by our Supreme Court are reminiscent of Adolph Hitler’s puppet judges, who validated every illegal act of the Führer.
You flaccid Representatives that are supposed to be representing us in Congress, are you listening? If you let this decision stand, you doom the Republic and our capitalist society. Millions of jobs are at stake as well as the total financial ruin of our nation.
What Constitution, what limitations? I can hear these Democrat Marxists, saying:
We are the Constitution.
This perverse decision has really granted unfettered power to Congress to demand that you buy what they say, or you will be (taxed) they will call it fines repeatedly using this decision as precedent.
How to Solve the Problem
Regardless what the pundits or the government lap-dogs in media tell you, this not over! The question is will patriotic Americans show their mettle and act. Though it may be hard to believe there are judges and lawyers out there that are not cowards or political hacks. Many are disgusted with the course our country is on; now it’s time to see who has the testis, gonads, or as we use to say in Brooklyn the b#lls to act? Clearly the Court violated their fiduciary duty to adhere to the Constitution, which is par for the course. That being said, there’s no time for whining so saddle up. “We the people” have just begun to fight. (Where did I hear that before)? Here are three` solutions.
First Solution: Reargument
First, we have an opportunity to re-argue our original case. “We the People” argued, in our original Petition before the Supreme Court (Purpura v. Sebelius, 11-7275), that this Act, HR 3590, was illegal. We had incontrovertible evidence that the Act originated in the Senate, not the House of Representatives. It came fraudulently to the House for a vote because of the tax provisions it contained. (Today, Judge Andrew Napolitano said as much on national television!)
Today the Supreme Court held that the fines that this Act imposes are taxes! All along Mr. Obama and the Democrat/Marxists fraudulently claimed the Act had no new taxes in it. In essence, they lied to the public. Wow, something novel. Today the Supreme Court told us you will now suffer the largest tax increase in the history of our nation!
Chief Justice Roberts did find that “the commerce clause” was not a valid argument. Does he want a medal? Why should he get one? In a Machiavellian (or maybe a Borgian) Moment he upheld the individual mandate! So much for limited government. As I read the decision, the States are now responsible for insuring 47 million people without insurance. What did I miss? Just who is going to pay for their medical expenses if the States must comply? This puts an unnecessary burden on the taxpayers of each State. And then we have those pesky fines, which Roberts called indirect taxes. By what authority can the IRS make you comply, when the usurper in the White house has no legal authority to sign the Act into law? But before I get into that: isn’t wonderful to be taxed to pay for someone else’s insurance? That brings me to a tacky point, called taxation without representation.
It’s clear to me that we must ask ourselves:
- Have we a tax “Act” unconstitutionally instituted by the Senate, not the House?
- Have we an Act signed by a person who has yet to prove he has authority to sign the Act into law?
We are back where we started in 2008. We have a Marxist occupying the Oval Office, a man who has yet to prove he’s a “natural born citizen” or for that matter a citizen of any kind of these United States. Unless the proved forged document on the White House web site is now acceptable proof.
Consider this: if an illegal figurehead has the authority to tax us, would it not stand to reason that Congress has no authority to install any tax, since the Executive Branch is vacant? In that case, would not the IRS be enforcing a mandate without authority? And we the American people will be taxed, taxed and re-taxed. Chief Justice Roberts certainly seems to have opened Pandora’s box. So what can we do about it?
Let’s look at an alternative solution:
Second Solution: Nullification
When the government assumes undelegated powers, nullification is the rightful remedy — Thomas Jefferson
The simplest solution could decide whether the United States of America still has a Constitution. Each State legislature must immediately nullify HR 3290 (Obama-care) as unconstitutional (reasons, see the 19-unconstitutional provisions set forth in solution three). The Tenth Amendment Foundation has made it easy even for those representing the people in the People’s Republic of New Jersey to understand how to enact this legislation. Well maybe not all of them. See here.
States are duty bound…to arrest the progress of evil—James Madison
Third Solution: Legal Action
Neither the public, the media, nor the Supreme Court ever focused on the details of this Act and the numerous unconstitutional violations that have wide implications and problems far beyond those that the multi-State Florida action or the NFIB action raised.
Let me digress: in the 60’s the radical liberals inundated the Courts with legal challenges at every turn, while Americans sat back and ignored them. That’s how we got into this fix. Well now it’s our turn! We must inundate the Federal Courts in every State with not one petition, but many, about the unconstitutionality of this so-called Affordable Health-care scheme that creates a socialist State.
Instead, of panicking, we must find people willing to file separate actions in each State. (But not to bring the violation in one suit). “We the People” filed the most comprehensive action against Obama-care in the nation. We specifically addressed nineteen separate violations with specificity. We’ve done your work for you. All you have to do is refer to Purpura v Sebelius, 11-7275. It lists each unconstitutional provision. Then watch these jerks try to skirt the issue. Each suit must concentrate on one specific unconstitutional provision. By law, the Courts must address any and all constitutional challenges, and cite their reasoning for their rulings.
In the past, the government and courts could hinder your pursuing unconstitutional violations. They would make it too costly for people to protect their civil rights, and/or use the excuse that the plaintiffs lacked standing.
As far as fees, the Supreme Court has previously ruled (Federal Rules of Evidence 201(d)) that Petitioners had a lawful right to proceed without cost, based upon the following law: a natural man or woman is entitled to relief for free access to its judicial tribunals and public offices in every State in the Union (2 Black 620, see also Crandell v. Nevada, 6 Wall 35). Plaintiff should not be charged fees or costs for the lawful and Constitutional right to petition this court in this matter in which he is entitled to relief. The reason: the filing fee rule was originally written for fictions and subjects of the State, and should not apply to the plaintiff who is a natural individual and entitled to relief; Hale v. Henkel ( 201 U.S. 43)
To show standing, refer to Bond v. United States. Any Constitutional challenge grants standing, whether it involves or affects you directly or not.
I could go on, but that should be enough for now.
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