SCOTUS Will Decide If Amendments Can Be Voided!

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  1. Skipper

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    The Validity Of The Constitution: SCOTUS Will Decide If Amendments Can Be Voided!

    Submitted by BleuCream013 on Thu, 11/18/2010 - 20:07
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    Yes, you all read that correctly, SCOTUS will soon rule on the very validity of the Constitution. Chalk another one down, in the CRAZY lunatics in the Fed.Gov. column.

    United States Supreme Court Will Soon Issue a Landmark Decision on the Validity of the Constitution
    Nov 13 01:55 AM US/Eastern

    "ATLANTA, Nov. 13, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The United States Supreme Court will soon issue a landmark decision on the validity of the Constitution. The Supreme Court will consider three petitions filed by William M. Windsor, a retired Atlanta, Georgia grandfather. The decision should be rendered by the end of the year. Unless The Supreme Court acts, federal judges will be free to void the Constitution.

    The Questions Presented to The Supreme Court by Grandfather Windsor are:

    1. Will The Supreme Court declare that the Constitution and its amendments may be voided by federal judges?
    2. Should federal judges be stopped from committing illegal and corrupt acts to obstruct justice and inflict bias on litigants?
    3. Will The Supreme Court be afraid to disclose the corruption in the federal courts?

    These questions are presented in three separate Petitions for Writ of Mandamus filed with The United States Supreme Court the first week of November 2010 (appeal numbers to-be-assigned).
  2. hogger129

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    Since when can the SCOTUS decide that the Amendments to the Constitution are valid?

    Do they have the authority? Does any branch of government have that authority? If you ask me, no. Not even the government is above their own laws.

    Let us not forget, the Constitution is a limitation of their power, not of the power of the people.

    Ruling that Amendments can be voided would incite a civil war.
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    hogger, i wont forget that. but it seems most dont care in government. they dont know anything about the constitution or what it represents or how it's supposed to be used.
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    This story will be worth watching.
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    i dont think anyone in government has ever balanced a check book.
  6. NRA_guy

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    The SCOTUS threw out the Tenth Amendment long, long ago.
  7. hogger129

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    well maybe it's time for them to learn...
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    Does anyone know when was the last time, if ever that a writ of Mandamus was issued?
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    Well, there's lota of people out there in voterland who do know the Constitution. Any attempt would heralded very early on and I don't believe that everyone, including LEO's, Armed service personnel of all ranks (they are sworn to UPHOLD the Constitution) and even members of Congress itself, would not take to kindly to some government takeover. It would be very hard to get everyone to just hand over their property. It made not be a God given inalienable right for the Government to have precedence over the State, but to keep and bear arms is. TJ
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  10. Bobitis

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    Throw me under the bus if you will, But isn't this what the SCotUS does?
    Interpret the Constitution?

    The amendments came after the Constitution. We trust them with the Constitution, but not to rule on the amendments?

    I don't get it.:confused:
  11. armedandsafe

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    Keep in mind that the first 10 amendments (The Bill of Rights) were required for the ratification of the Constitution. Therefore, they are a part of the original document, inseperable therefrom.

    Now, reading the document shows that all other amendments are, also, inseperable parts of the Constitution, by declaration.

    Void one, void all.

    Pops
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    Pops but thats the idea .... to void them all this was discussed at the Un new world socialists conference in April last year , how to remove the constitution of the United states to allow the US to join the new world order...
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    Since when? Have you ever read Marbury v. Madison? It did NOT establish the principle of judicial review - that was established long before by the Court of King's Bench back in Merry Olde. What the Hon. Justice Marshall said was this: the Constitution grants the Supremes the power to decide all matters of federal law as a final matter; the Constitution is federal law; so (ergo) it means whatever the United States says it means. Note the circularity of the logic, since the Constitution is NOT federal law, it is the charter that creates the entity that makes federal law.

    And, yes, that principle could, and did incite civil war (or as I call it, the War between the United States and the Commonwealth of Virginia). Let's not forget that, although the issue was a bad one to have to argue in the particular case, the question was who gets to decide what constitutes "property"? The U.S. beat the People and their States fair and square, and now occupies the Constitution by right of conquest.

    What real difference will it make what the S.Ct. rules in that case, since the U.S. has already persuaded the People through the public school propaganda that the Constitution is merely an honored historical artifact?
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    In a recent poll, 26% of respondents didn't even know that our Revolution was fought against the British.....

    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/72-don’t-know-much-about-history/
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    I am not sure that there is ANYTHING that the federal government could do, to incite a civil war. MANY people today are so apathetic and complacent, they would dig their own grave, without a fuss.
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