Comment: I don't disagree with the

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I don't disagree with the

I don't disagree with the sentiment, but they'll just point to various SCOTUS decisions that have determined that the commerce clause pretty much gives the Feds the right to entangle themselves in everything.

I love Ron Paul and the Judge, but the constitutional argument doesn't resonate today - except with those already inclined towards limited government.

Unfortunately, the constitution was effectively laid to rest decades ago. Politicians today know that they have the authority to vote anything into or out of existence. The machinations of 18th century framers are ancient history, paid lip service when useful but otherwise ignored.

To affect change today, rather than appealing to the constitution our fellow citizens first have to understand WHY limited government is preferable to all powerful government.

I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be. Albert Einstein