Thursday, December 12, 2013

South Carolina to use 10th Amendment to nullify Obamacare

There is an old adage that infers that a right not practiced eventually makes that right invalid.  This illogical argument is normally used in the instances of the right to bear arms as most Americans have rarely carried sidearms in public view over the past 60 years.
However, another important right for our time that has been downplayed in the public eye as the Federal government has grown in power, is the 10th Amendment, or right of the states to nullify laws created by the government that are not theirs to impose according to the Constitution.  And in the state of South Carolina, the legislature is now imposing their 10th Amendment right to nullify Obamacare as being unconstitutional under the auspices that states cannot be compelled to enforce Federal law per legal precedence.


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