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Treason Alert: Democrats Try To Move Gun Bill Forward Without Allowing Senators Time To Read Legislation - Video

Treason Alert: Democrats Try To Move Gun Bill Forward Without Allowing Senators Time To Read Legislation - Video


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Obamacare repeat: Senators not allowed to read bill prior to cloture

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
April 11, 2013

Like the disastrous and unconstitutional Obamacare bill rammed down the throats of the American people, the unconstitutional S. 49 gun bill aimed at the heart of the Second Amendment passed cloture earlier today in the Senate with 68 votes despite the fact senators have not had a chance to read it.

Cloture will now put the legislation up for a simple majority vote. Democrats have a majority in the Senate. It will be up to Republicans in the House to derail the bill if it is passed in the Senate.

Republicans decided not to support a move by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul to filibuster the legislation. Sixteen Republicans – Alexander, Ayotte, Burr, Chambliss, Coburn, Collins, Corker, Flake, Graham, Heller, Hoeven, Isakson, Kirk, McCain, Toomey, Wicker – voted with Democrats to move the bill to the floor for debate and a vote.

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Let's define

"rammed down the throats." The House didn't pass Obamacare, the Senate did and then forwarded it on to the President. To think this process is constitutional would rival the Supreme Court's opinion of the bill's constitutionality. The Supreme Court changed the language of the law to find the law constitutional. John Roberts has to understand (or he doesn't belong on the Supreme Court)that the judicial branch can't change the language of the law in order to rule it constitutional, only the legislative branch can change the language of the law.

To sum it up, the Senate passed Obamacare through an unconstitutional process only to be upheld by the Supreme Court through an unconstitutional decision.

The same thing is happening with this legislation. Which part of "congress shall make no law" or "shall not be infringed" don't these traitors get? I believe I answered my own question.

The 'Shame' names

Those 16 names will go down in history for all to see and curse now and in the future.

Deekey

Divisive Headline

I thought most here had moved beyond party lines. Haven't folks realized by this point that Congress exists only to rubber stamp any bill written by lobbyists for the corporations that own the government? All this debate is to distract, divide and confuse.

"The rich man writes the book of laws the poor man must defend, but the highest laws are written on the hearts of honest men."

Anything but focus on solution

and that has nothing to do with congress; is divisive. Unity in the principles of the constitution is the historically acceptable method. However, Americans do not know the fundaments of the principles and how to use them socially in debate.

Americans actually do not even know their first constitutional right. When they are told, they are afraid of it, then go back to discussing congress.

Can we stop doing all the things we are doing that we do not want to do while still doing what we need to do?

Solution?

Give the federal gov't the ole one finger victory salute and start living free. Every time someone takes an oath to a constitution or pledges to a flag or recites a national anthem--he is perpetuating the myth and giving the PTB free advertisement. Break the spell and the ties that bind. That is the best solution I can think of.

"The rich man writes the book of laws the poor man must defend, but the highest laws are written on the hearts of honest men."

That's the democraps favorite tactic

In the CT bill, it was released in the morning & signed by the governor
by evening. That was 138 pages.

The same alacrity

was witnessed in New York.