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Saturday, April 6, 2013

 

POINTS OF LAW Which support and in turn are supported by the Constitution of the United States of Am

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POINTS OF LAW
Which support and in turn are supported
by the Constitution of the United States of America
http://mhkeehn.tripod.com/ptsoflaw.pdf

excerpt:
1. "Where the meaning of the Constitution is clear and unambiguous, there can be no resort to
construction to attribute to the founders a purpose or intent not manifest in its letter." Norris v.
Baltimore, 172, MD 667; 192 A 531.0

3. "All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void." Marbury v. Madison, 5
US (2 Cranch) 137, 174, 176, (1803)

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Comment by jap69

Is the second ammendment clear in its meaning?

Are these gun control laws repugnant to the constitution?

"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."


Comments:
Someone likes to write or have laws written but is one who cares not to follow the law.
These intended new laws must be challenged before they become law. Once an intended new law becomes law it can take years for a challenge to the new law to work up thru the courts. And legislators know this.
A direct route is to have the legislator challenged for failure to uphold their oath of office.
Hey, that's opies dialogue isn't it?..
When I saw Obama on tv during the campaign saying "I don't want your guns" I knew one thing for sure - he wanted our guns.
And whether he uses convoluted interpretation or manipulation of the Constitution or tries to make us subject to a UN mandate, one thing is for sure - he's gonna do everything in his power to take our guns.
And also, I think he's gonna keep trying to buy up all the ammo so we can't get any until he gets new laws in place restricting it.
Any new law which gets challenged in court should have an injunction issued forbidding implementing that law until the courts have ruled. This was the modus operandi at one time.

Today, with our liberal judges, new laws are allowed to be implemented even tho that law might be overturned in court.

This is the problem. The solution is to find judges that uphold the law and not their political agendas.

Comment by GASMETERGUY - Today, 8:05 pm
Any new law which gets challenged in court should have an injunction issued forbidding implementing that law until the courts have ruled. This was the modus operandi at one time.
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Yep,
That is what the feds still do to the states with judges in their back pocket.
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