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Nullification is the _Rightful Remedy

Nullification is the _Rightful Remedy

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NULLIFICATION - The “Rightful Remedy” for“ObamaCare”
Please seriously consider and then lawfully act upon the following facts and law:Pennsylvania was one of the original States that ratified the1787 Constitution, whichcreated the United States of America as a constitutional republican form of government.The States, as originally intended, are the superiors parties to the Constitution for theUnited States of America. This Compact gave limited, enumerated powers to thecentral government, which the Framers and the States’ Conventions of their Peoplehad created. (The creator is always superior to its creation, unless specifically statedotherwise) The 9
and 10
Amendments to the Constitution for the United States of America, ratified on December 15, 1791, further clarified the limitations of thedelegated powers granted to the USA and the States by the People. Therefore, theUnited States government, particularly its Courts, are not superior to the States,except with respect to the limited powers specifically enumerated in the federalConstitution. Thus, each State of the Union retains the lawful authority to challengeany action of those in the government of the United States of America that exceeds itsspecific, limited, enumerated powers. This is called “Interposition” or “Nullification”.Kentucky became the 15
State of these United States of America in 1792.In November of 1799, the word “Nullification” was used for the first time in aResolution passed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky in support of its andVirginia’s1798 Resolutions, written by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison,respectfully. These Resolutions proclaimed the “Alien and Sedition Laws” to beusurpations of powers delegated to Congress. Kentucky and Virginia, whilepronouncing their continued commitment to remain in the Union, emphatically statedthat they could not stand silence and thus seemingly acquiesce to these gross andblatant usurpations of powers not delegated to the central government in theConstitution. (
: Thomas E. Woods, Jr.’s 2010 Book - titled:
Nullification – How ToResist Federal Tyranny in the 21 
(ISBN 978-1-59698-149-2))Pennsylvania is one of the 26 States of the Union that are Plaintiffs challenging theconstitutionality of “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”, commonly knownas “Obamacare”, in the Case filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida. (Case Docket No.: 3:10-CR-91-RV/EMT)Governor Tom Corbett, then Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, officially claimed that“ObamaCare” is unconstitutional when, on March 23, 2010, he joined Pennsylvania inthe Case filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida, PensacolaDivision by the State of Florida’s AG, Pam Bondi.On January 31, 2011, U.S. District Court Judge Roger Vinson ruled that “Obamacare” isunconstitutional.In his January 31
decision, Judge Vinson discussed at length, starting on page 19 of his78 page opinion, the history of the “Commerce Clause” of the Constitution for theUnited States. He confirmed, using extensive documented references, that the originalintent of the “Commerce Clause” was to make interstate commerce “regular” orconsistent among the several States of the Union, thus encouraging interstatecommerce by eliminating the then destructive practice by several States, under theArticles of Confederation, of imposing various tariffs and taxes on products sold acrossState lines. He also confirmed that insurance contracts were not considered by theFramers to be “articles of commerce”.

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