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Friday, July 26, 2013

North Carolina gives AG Holder the finger on voter ID law

Now that R's are in charge of the state, they are proceeding rapidly to get things right and among those things is the Voter ID law.  Eric Holder will be suing soon, just as he has done in Texas, but he will lose.  He is just upset the Supreme Court ruled the 15 or so state under the 1965 voting rights act were released from federal over-site and control.

HERE is a article about North Carolina's new law.

Texas Governor  Rick Perry has said see you in court Holder.  State's rights are on their way back to what the Founders sought and wrote into the Constitution.  Of course over the years the Congress has used the Commerce Clause as a way into the business of each state and the federal courts have expanded that by allowing just about anything to be forced to diminsh or super-cede  state's rights.  How Holder can thumb his nose at a decision passed by the SCOTUS just a month ago shows the people of America we have a renegade in charge of our Justice Department.  In my opinion, Holder should resign and go back into private practice representing those scofflaw he got Clinton to pardon. 

So here we go, I think this stuff these lawbreakers like Holder and Obama are doing is planned.  Planned to piss off the rest of us Americans and create stress to punish.  What is it about these black men that makes them so angry?  It seems to me they have deep seated issues about themselves and maybe feel very inadequate as human beings.  I have met many of these kinds of men (all races) and their failings as humans are reflected in many blogs, even local blogs.  Holder and Obama are taking their failings as humans and Federalizing them.

They dislike white people even though they have achieved high office and have power over all Americans.  Both Obama and Holder (and many others) who now hold this power are using it to punish white people who have dissed them and their race (real or imagined).  Of course we all know 600,000 Americans died and countless were injured to keep the country together and to free the slaves.  That has no effect on these black men full of hate. 

America is composed of fifty states and fifty constitutions.  There is one "enumerated" Constitution for all the fifty states.  Yet somehow, the Federal Government has forced its will into and onto all the fifty states.  It has trickled down to the local level in every county, school and fire district.  Every water, mosquito and levee district is overwhelmed with federal rules.  We have to return our country to the fifty state holding their own rules and the feds with their enumerated rules.  We all get to see the results of top down power.  Debt, enormous regulations and meddling into the live's of each individual.  Obamacare will now allow the feds to have your body.  Thanks John Roberts.

North Carolina and Texas as ell as any other state should be left alone on this Voting Rights Act power grab.  A voter ID is not suppression.  I would suggest the democrat opposition knows there were many illegal voters and a ID would make it that harder to cheat.  Democrats cheat a lot and we are seeing  legislatures and Governors try to prevent that cheating.

So Holder, butt out, the states will now be defeating you each time you try these intimidating acts. 

13 comments:

  1. ..they dislike white people?...lol. Where do you get these fantasies from?

    Lets see, the AG of the US vs. the minority voter suppression efforts in NC. Hmmm. Wouldn't bet against the DOJ.

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    1. No fantasies here. I would say you are the one fantasizing about the outcome. Also, all there actions and words tell us they do not like the majority. So you need to start listening more carefully.

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  2. This post shows a remarkable lack of 'constitutional' clarity on the part of author. The post misuses the term 'enumerated' when referring to the constitution; we do not have an "....enumerated' constitution", we have enumerated powers of Congress as defined in Section 1 Article 8 of the Constitution. The post also completely ignores the Supremacy Clause (Section 6 Article 2) which states, "This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the constitution or laws of any state to the contrary notwithstanding."

    What this means is that state constitutions and laws are subservient to the federal Constitution.

    The Constitution is a tricky document Todd, and not for the barely literate; it must be considered in its totality to be interpreted accurately.

    Frisch

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    1. ll I must say is read the Bill of Rights SteveF. Once again you are just plain wrong.

      Ninth Amendment
      Main article: Ninth Amendment to the United States Constitution

      The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.[69]

      The Ninth Amendment protects rights not specifically enumerated by the Constitution. It was rarely cited before the second half of the 20th century, when it was used as a partial foundation for the right to privacy in several landmark cases: Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), which struck down a law banning contraceptives, and Roe v. Wade (1973), which established a woman's right to an abortion. In Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992), the Court used the amendment to strike down part of another abortion law, a case the Encyclopedia of the American Constitution describes as "the high-water mark, to date, of judicial willingness to use the Ninth Amendment"; between 1992 and 2000, the Court did not refer to the amendment a single time.[90]
      Tenth Amendment
      Main article: Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution

      The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.[69]

      The Tenth Amendment states the Constitution's principle of federalism by providing that powers not granted to the federal government by the Constitution, nor prohibited to the states, are reserved to the states or the people. The amendment provides no new powers or rights to the states, but rather preserves their authority in matters not relegated to the federal government.[91]

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    2. Todd,
      You are familiar with the Supremacy Clause, right?

      Article VI
      "This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding."

      The more you let your opinion known the more it seems like you have never really sat down and had the US Constitution read to you.

      B. Emery

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    3. Read my above comment responding to SF. I know more about the Constitution and its intent and meaning than you BenE so don't fret.

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  3. The fragility of your poorly constructed arguments and the tangential, out-of-focus and poorly developed critical thinking skills which you bring to the table are beautifully illustrated in paragraph three of 'The cited article.' (BTW, if you rely on an article to make or support your position, the proper form is to recognize and credit the author. I've pointed out this same omission in previous 'supposed' articles you include in your posts. I suspect you wrote the article.)

    But the inaccuracy of the statement "Of course we all know 600,000 Americans died and countless were injured to keep the country together and free the slaves." Those KIA's and maimed from the CSA -- about 260,000 Reb KIAs -- were not fighting to keep the country together or free the slaves. Nor were many Northerners, though many still fought, but many others avoided the draft like so many of today's 'Hawks" avoided military service.

    It is easy to pick apart your ranting, exposing the illogic and outright falsehoods which you think proves your point, but not worth the expenditure of much energy. Anyone who can not see the latest round of voter suppression laws for what they are, should have their pens and pencils confiscated. The trees used for paper are more valuable than ill-formed, mean spirited and nasty opinions.



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    1. Thanks for the critique EdP. I can always depend on you to miss the points contained in yhe posts and find the miniscule.

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  4. Simply a biopsy, a sample, diagnosing the disease which afflicts your thinking and commentary. It is pointless, if past is prelude, to expand on critiques, as ideological fossilization has rendered you into a scare-a-crow whom has never visited Emerald City.

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    1. Oooh Eddy, too smart for me. Thanks.

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    2. Todd is brilliant!

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    3. Thanks but I already knew that.

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Real name thank you.