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Yesterday, SIX states passed measures that nullify unconstitutional federal "laws."

 
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Yesterday, SIX states passed measures that nullify unconstitutional federal "laws."
Yesterday, Barack Obama won the presidential election. But, the people of six states voted to take their freedom without federal “permission.”

In ten states – Colorado, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Massachusetts and Alabama – voters had a chance to resist DC and approve ballot initiatives which would nullify unconstitutional federal acts. Six of them passed. And here’s a brief rundown of each:

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they are nullified the moment they are signed ....

its just you went out of your way to actually contract into them, in various ways ...
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Thanks for the pin. This could be the "Silver Lining".
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I need to get the hell out of Ohio
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Oklahoma did away with Affirmative Action yesterday!
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Oklahoma did away with Affirmative Action yesterday!
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Those rules do not overrule the Federal Government.

Of course, until the average citizen stand up against ALL unconstitutional acts by the Federal AND State Governments then nothing will change.

The Federal Government is in charge because they issue the money for all the States. No state will leave the Federal Reserve Banking system, so nothing changes.
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Oklahoma did away with Affirmative Action yesterday!
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Wow! A great move towards equality.
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Those rules do not overrule the Federal Government.

Of course, until the average citizen stand up against ALL unconstitutional acts by the Federal AND State Governments then nothing will change.

The Federal Government is in charge because they issue the money for all the States. No state will leave the Federal Reserve Banking system, so nothing changes.
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We will see.
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Oklahoma did away with Affirmative Action yesterday!
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Wow! A great move towards equality.
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These wins are important enough to copy. 5*, OP

1. Montana, Referendum 122
LR-122 is an act “prohibiting the state or federal government from mandating the purchase of health insurance.” It also prohibits the imposition of “penalties for decisions related to the purchase of health insurance coverage.”

The measure passed overwhelmingly, 65%-34%


2. Colorado, Amendment 64
Section 3 allows the “personal use and regulation of marijuana” for adults 21 and over. Section 4 addresses legal commercial cultivation, manufacture, and sale. The intent is that marijuana be regulated in a manner similar to alcohol.

Colorado, after Washington State (info below), is the 2nd state in the country to have passed full legalization, and one of only a handful in the entire world.

The measure passed by 54%-46%


3. Alabama, Amendment 6
This legislatively-referred amendment frees Alabama citizens from any requirement to participate in Obamacare, or any other compulsory health care program. The ballot language reads as follows:

Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, to prohibit any person, employer, or health care provider from being compelled to participate in any health care system.

It passed, 59%-41%.



4. Washington State, Initiative 502
Whatever you call the plant, Washington DC considers it dangerous and illegal. Laws on the books in Congress – illegal. The executive branch – aggressive about enforcing those laws. The supreme court – in 2005 ruled against the idea of states legalizing for any purpose.

But yet, 18 states have been standing up and defying DC on this issue by legalizing marijuana for limited medicinal purposes. Washington’s I-502 takes it a step further. It ends marijuana prohibition and treats pot in the same manner as alcohol. People are allowed to grow, produce, sell, buy and consume the plant – in direct defiance to all three branches of the federal government.

The Initiative passed, 55%-45%


5. Wyoming, Amendment A
Wyoming voters passed a health care freedom amendment to the Declaration of Rights in the state constitution.

The Wyoming Constitution now guarantees citizens of the state the right to make their own healthcare decisions with minimal governmental interference.

Article 1, Section 38 – Right of Health Care Access

(a) Each competent adult shall have the right to make his or her own health care decisions. The parent, guardian or legal representative of any other natural person shall have the right to make health care decisions for that person.

(b) Any person may pay, and a health care provider may accept, direct payment for health care without imposition of penalties or fines for doing so.

It passed by a huge margin, 76%-24%



6. Massachusetts, Question 3
A YES VOTE on Question 3 enacted “the law eliminating state criminal and civil penalties related to the medical use of marijuana, allowing patients meeting certain conditions to obtain marijuana produced and distributed by new state-regulated centers or, in specific hardship cases, to grow marijuana for their own use.”

The 18th state to nullify federal laws on weed did it in a landslide. The final tally was 64%-36%

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oh man legal weed in 2 states. what will happen next i'm on the edge of my seat here folks
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Read up on the "Supremacy Clause"
in the US Constitution.
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Oklahoma did away with Affirmative Action yesterday!
 Quoting: docsquat


Wow! A great move towards equality.
 Quoting: Renegade (Me too)


These wins are important enough to copy. 5*, OP

1. Montana, Referendum 122
LR-122 is an act “prohibiting the state or federal government from mandating the purchase of health insurance.” It also prohibits the imposition of “penalties for decisions related to the purchase of health insurance coverage.”

The measure passed overwhelmingly, 65%-34%


2. Colorado, Amendment 64
Section 3 allows the “personal use and regulation of marijuana” for adults 21 and over. Section 4 addresses legal commercial cultivation, manufacture, and sale. The intent is that marijuana be regulated in a manner similar to alcohol.

Colorado, after Washington State (info below), is the 2nd state in the country to have passed full legalization, and one of only a handful in the entire world.

The measure passed by 54%-46%


3. Alabama, Amendment 6
This legislatively-referred amendment frees Alabama citizens from any requirement to participate in Obamacare, or any other compulsory health care program. The ballot language reads as follows:

Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, to prohibit any person, employer, or health care provider from being compelled to participate in any health care system.

It passed, 59%-41%.



4. Washington State, Initiative 502
Whatever you call the plant, Washington DC considers it dangerous and illegal. Laws on the books in Congress – illegal. The executive branch – aggressive about enforcing those laws. The supreme court – in 2005 ruled against the idea of states legalizing for any purpose.

But yet, 18 states have been standing up and defying DC on this issue by legalizing marijuana for limited medicinal purposes. Washington’s I-502 takes it a step further. It ends marijuana prohibition and treats pot in the same manner as alcohol. People are allowed to grow, produce, sell, buy and consume the plant – in direct defiance to all three branches of the federal government.

The Initiative passed, 55%-45%


5. Wyoming, Amendment A
Wyoming voters passed a health care freedom amendment to the Declaration of Rights in the state constitution.

The Wyoming Constitution now guarantees citizens of the state the right to make their own healthcare decisions with minimal governmental interference.

Article 1, Section 38 – Right of Health Care Access

(a) Each competent adult shall have the right to make his or her own health care decisions. The parent, guardian or legal representative of any other natural person shall have the right to make health care decisions for that person.

(b) Any person may pay, and a health care provider may accept, direct payment for health care without imposition of penalties or fines for doing so.

It passed by a huge margin, 76%-24%



6. Massachusetts, Question 3
A YES VOTE on Question 3 enacted “the law eliminating state criminal and civil penalties related to the medical use of marijuana, allowing patients meeting certain conditions to obtain marijuana produced and distributed by new state-regulated centers or, in specific hardship cases, to grow marijuana for their own use.”

The 18th state to nullify federal laws on weed did it in a landslide. The final tally was 64%-36%

[link to tenthamendmentcenter.com]
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hf
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So? Voting to get stoned is not such a big deal. Voting against obot care, that is.
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Those rules do not overrule the Federal Government.

Of course, until the average citizen stand up against ALL unconstitutional acts by the Federal AND State Governments then nothing will change.

The Federal Government is in charge because they issue the money for all the States. No state will leave the Federal Reserve Banking system, so nothing changes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20901334


Unless of course, it's North Dakota with its own state bank: Bank of North Dakota — the nation’s only bank owned by a state.

If each state had its own public banking institution, today's unemployment, economic woes and disaster assistance to citizens would not be so vast.
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With no hesitation, Franklin replied, “A republic, if you can keep it.”
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Read up on the "Supremacy Clause"
in the US Constitution.
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Hasn't stopped medical marijuana.
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I need to get the hell out of Ohio
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Chicago dirty politics at it's best. Black Box tampering. No way was Obama re-elected by the American people. Sorry, I just don't buy it.

Voters kept complaining that everytime they voted for Romney, it registered Obama. What part of "they can control the vote" do you not understand? The truth will come out eventually. God Bless the USA, all the states, including Ohio. We need to demand a recall. And may all the mainstream biased media burn in hell!
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I need to get the hell out of Ohio
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Chicago dirty politics at it's best. Black Box tampering. No way was Obama re-elected by the American people. Sorry, I just don't buy it.

Voters kept complaining that everytime they voted for Romney, it registered Obama. What part of "they can control the vote" do you not understand? The truth will come out eventually. God Bless the USA, all the states, including Ohio. We need to demand a recall. And may all the mainstream biased media burn in hell!
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So suddenly Mitt Romney is Che Guevara? You are the one who needs to wake up. There was no rebel amongst the two choices.
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I live in Washington state and most the people are high all the time. So now you know why we are such a liberal state. No one here voted for showing their federal rights.

We need to be high after last nights election.

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Those rules do not overrule the Federal Government.

Of course, until the average citizen stand up against ALL unconstitutional acts by the Federal AND State Governments then nothing will change.

The Federal Government is in charge because they issue the money for all the States. No state will leave the Federal Reserve Banking system, so nothing changes.
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But as their paper money reduces in value, one day it will serve to profit a State to leave the Fed.
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don't matter no army no nullification.
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Read up on the "Supremacy Clause"
in the US Constitution.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

However, the Supremacy Clause only applies if the federal government is acting in pursuit of its constitutionally authorized powers, as noted by the phrase "in pursuance thereof" in the actual text of the Supremacy Clause itself.
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washington state reporting in...

so stoked.

>voting to get high

Kind of, yes, however: I have a medical card, and have had one for a while. I don't need it to be 'legal' for me.

The issue to me, is the hundreds of thousands of otherwise innocent people in jail or prison in America for having less weed than I currently have next to me here. (3 grams).

I voted yes on I-502 because I want couragous states to throw down and fight the fed on this, and then win. I want all those people released from prison.

Shit is unjust, and must be dealt with.

>>inb4 weed is bad 4 u
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they are nullified the moment they are signed ....

its just you went out of your way to actually contract into them, in various ways ...
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This Onion has many layers, what do you think
these States will do if Columbia (D.C) says
they will withhold funds until they adjust these Legalities.
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I need to get the hell out of Ohio
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Chicago dirty politics at it's best. Black Box tampering. No way was Obama re-elected by the American people. Sorry, I just don't buy it.

Voters kept complaining that everytime they voted for Romney, it registered Obama. What part of "they can control the vote" do you not understand? The truth will come out eventually. God Bless the USA, all the states, including Ohio. We need to demand a recall. And may all the mainstream biased media burn in hell!
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He lost get over it.

Get on board with the American people and unfocus your mind from this political garbage.

You already understand the media is effing you, next step is in front of you now.
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Hmmm so it's Montana or Alabama for me...Montana maybe as it doesn't have that 'bama echo...
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oh man legal weed in 2 states. what will happen next i'm on the edge of my seat here folks
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oh man legal weed in 2 states. what will happen next i'm on the edge of my seat here folks
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They're gonna make a killing giving people dui's for being stoned
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I need to get the hell out of Ohio
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I live in Ohio now but I am visiting Arizona. I am going to go home to sell whatever I can and drive back to Arizona for good.
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Read up on the "Supremacy Clause"
in the US Constitution.
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Read up on secession and the Civil War

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