and by bypassing the
necessary and proper
clause, Article III standing ismade because of the UNCONSTITUTIONALITY of the Healthcare Bill and how Speaker Pelosiand others brought it about and the illegal means they used to see its passage (if it succeeds).Under the Law, and class action actionable to emergency petition to the US Supreme Court,Obama is legally obligated to prove his right to hold office and sign ANY legislation, especiallyTHIS Legislation, or to exercise ANY executive authority under
, 333 U.S. 640(1948) @ 653
³The burden of establishing a delegation of power to the United States or the prohibitionof power to the states is upon those making the claim.´
Blatch v. Archer, 1 Cowper 63, 66, 98 English Reports 969, 970.
A President receives his executive authority
³either from an act of Congress or from theConstitution itself,´
t & Tub
Co. v. Sawy
r, 343 U.S. 579, 585 (1952).
Further, Youngstown also states that any Executive Order must be based upon
and cannot be
based generally upon all powers vested in the President by theConstitution and laws of the United States and as President of the United States and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.
The US Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over the challenge to anUNCONSTITUTIONAL "President" such as Obama and over any legislation he signs pursuantto
1331, 2201, and 2202
and in regard to the Constitution and laws of the United States.Part of the argument also being, that not only is the Congress refusing to abide by legislation thatadheres to the US Constitution's
in procedure, the legislation is being drafted insecret, and members are publicly admonished via media outlet video and taped quotes of theSpeaker and the Usurper Obama, to vote carte blanche upon a potentially blank document thatcan be filled in and released later, and for all we know, could end up being a plagiarized quote of the Soviet Constitution or some other Communist work.The Healthcare Legislation is a means of imposing a glass ceiling upon the poor of the masses,and of encroaching upon the wages of the Middle Class and driving them into part-time labor viacost status upon their employers (if they are not part of the 30.3% either under or unemployed atthe time of this Genocide Bill's passing). The incentive of the Legislation is to only give costcredits to those who keep employees at wages of less than 26,000 per annum, while the