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Judge Napolitano: The “Super Committee” is unconstitutional

Judge Napolitano argues that the “Super Committee” is unconstitutional and he makes a solid case for his position.  Check out the below clip.

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As you can see by the video, this whole “Super Committee” nonsense is nothing more than smoke and mirrors.  They’re not serious about reducing our debt or spending.  These cuts shave only a sliver off the projected spending of the Obama administration. Overall spending still increases drastically and this is unacceptable.  When congress abdicated their authority to effectively represent each of us by creating this “Super Committee” to do the dirty work they violated the constitution and not once again they are operating outside of the parameters of the document designed to limit their power and protect our rights.  It’s just mind boggling why we continue to let them get away with this garbage.

Maybe I’m being naïve when I say this, but the only way I know to fix this problem is to fix it first at the local levels government.  It starts with electing strong constitutional candidates on all local levels of government to include state representatives and governors.  The states still have a great deal of authority granted to them by the constitution and from the states I believe the solutions to our problems can be found.

Liberty forever, freedom for all.

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  • Jim at Conservatives on Fire November 16, 2011 at 4:49 PM

    I think there is a lot of wisdom in what you say, John. Did you happen to catch the tax plan posed by 5etester at the Spellcek blog the other day?. He has come up with a plan that moves all taxing power to the states. It would require a constitutional amendment, but I love his idea.
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    • 5etester November 16, 2011 at 11:31 PM

      Gee John, you should really listen to Jim. He has wisdom beyond his years! Shameless plug aside, my tax plan fits right in with your line of thinking.

    • John Carey November 17, 2011 at 6:07 AM

      I will check it out Jim.
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  • Matt November 16, 2011 at 7:37 PM

    I think it’s safe to say that this is a political dodge. It can fail, and then the GOP can be blamed. A little self destructing Cloward-Piven, if you will.
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    • John Carey November 17, 2011 at 6:11 AM

      YES! This is nothing more than smoke and mirrors. What we’re witnessing is political theater. In a few weeks Boehner will tell us we need to raise some taxes modestly to get this done. Think about what he will be asking… He will be asking us to increase taxes on the rich to offset the costs of Obama’s outrageous spending for the next 10 years. How crazy is that.
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  • Silverfiddle November 16, 2011 at 9:55 PM

    Locally is how we were supposed to solve all of our local problems, according to Jefferson and the other founders. That is what’s wrong with “the system.” It was never designed to be all things to all people, but still progressives persist, and too many softheads in this country go along because they don’t know any better.
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    • John Carey November 17, 2011 at 6:15 AM

      Exactly silver! The federal government was not designed to govern us on a local level, this is why the constitution left so much power to the states. But like congress abdicating their responsibilities to some unconstitutional super committee, so the states have abdicate their authority granted to them by the constitution to the federal government. And people wonder why a government 3,000 can’t be responsive to their problems.
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