NDAA Nullification Bill Returns to ArizonaSubmitted by InPursuitOfLiberty on Mon, 02/04/2013 - 08:51
“Where powers are assumed which have not been delegated, a nullification of the act is the rightful remedy.” -Thomas Jefferson, Kentucky Resolutions, 1798
Last year, Arizonan’s chance to nullify the NDAA under SB 1182 passed both the house and senate, but was vetoed by a fearful Governor Jan Brewer.
That’s right, Arizonans and patriots around the country flooded the house, senate, and all their contacts with the information on the tyrannical NDAA, and courageously pushed its passage within the senate and house, only to be vetoed by Gov. Brewer, who was obviously fearful of slashes to funding and repercussions from the Feds.
This year, with continued help and action from the Tenth Amendment Center, Arizona has another chance to completely nullify the NDAA, just by contacting the same co-sponsors who passed the legislation last year.
The difference of course is that there is even more fire behind the push for NDAA Nullification, not just in Arizona, but around the country, especially with renewed threats against Gun Rights.
Additionally, the Tenth Amendment Center’s revision of the Liberty Preservation Act fits Gov. Brewer’s specified objections to SB 1182, leaving her no scapegoat for vetoing a bill simply echoing the Bill of Rights.