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Sunday, February 24, 2013

That crazy red head.

That crazy red headed freshmen who wants guns allowed on college campuses is making national news for an OUTRAGEOUS e mail correspondence.


  1. Here's the hypocrisy... Tennessee legislators, including you, want to create a system where the state can usurp the federal government's power with regards to laws and court rulings you don't agree with.

    My response to your ridiculous attempt is, "If you don't like the laws here in the U.S., you can always move."

    1. The federal government's power?

      Please show us where in the U.S. Constitution the executive branch can delete any of the bill of rights. It is a power that does not exist under the rule of law. Neither do executive orders. Even when George Bush did it (and Clinton and Bush and Reagan, ad nauseum).

      If we believe the Declaration of Independence, it states the government derives its just powers from the consent of the governed.

      It doesn't steal them or force them by executive fiat. Or as the Declaration called them, repeated injuries and usurpations.

      Tennessee legislators (an increasingly small number of them capable of thought without an opinion from Bob Cooper) are not hypocritical in expecting the federal government to obey our U.S. Constitution - the supreme law of the land and remain within the limitations set forth by it. The Founders expected the same of King George with the Common Law - and he would not. They revolted because of his lawlessness.


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