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Bailout Section 8: "I Am King Paulson, I Am Above The Law"

Dirty Secret Of The Bailout: Thirty-Two Words That None Dare Utter


Section 8 of the Bailout Act:

"Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency."

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number 6

for me, already sent number 6 (email) about this issue, I told him I took an oath to uphold, protect, and defend the Constitution, that giving this much power to someone violates our Constitution. I am still willing to DEFEND it!!!!!

"The real terrorist's are in this country. They are not planning to blow us up,......... but rather, take our money, our freedom, and our country."

It's completely unconstitutional...

I mean how can you even suggest passing a law that says you can't be held accountable to the law.

It's absurd!

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Dirty Secret of the Bailout?

More like Dirty Secret of the 14th Amendment.

"The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law...shall not be questioned."

They don't even have to put this part of the verbage into the bailout, they already have that power.

"Ehhh, What's ups Doc?" B.Bunny "Scwewy Wabbit!"E. Fudd
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Good Point, but there is a key difference.

At least Section 4 of Amendment 14 states it has to be authorized by law. Section 8 of this bailout act, claims decisions can be administered without regard to the law at all - specifically stating you cannot challenge them.

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Laws are only good as long as they can be enforced

If we got power, we can collectively laugh at their laws.

That is what they did to the Constitution.

Make Sure to Include This in Your Letters to Representatives

In otherwords, the act claims "I am the King," and nobody can challenge me, not even in court.

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