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Oklahoma’s House bypasses governor’s veto to claim sovereign

Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by Quigley_Sharps, May 7, 2009.


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    Oklahoma’s House bypasses governor’s veto to claim sovereignty<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
    <HR style="COLOR: #ffffff; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffffff" SIZE=1 itxtvisited="1"><!-- / icon and title --><!-- message --><!-- google_ad_section_start -->"We’re going to get it done one way or the other,” said the resolutions’ author, Rep. Charles Key, R. The segment below was extracted from this article.

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    Key said HCR 1028, which, if passed, would be sent to Democratic President Barack Obama and the Democratic-controlled Congress, would not jeopardize federal funds but would tell Congress to "get back into their proper constitutional role.” The resolution states the federal government should "cease and desist” mandates that are beyond the scope of its powers.

    Key said many federal laws violate the 10th Amendment, which says powers not delegated to the U.S. government "are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” The Constitution lists about 20 duties required of the U.S. government, he said.

    Congress should not be providing bailouts to financial institutions and automakers, he said.

    "We give all this money to all these different entities, including automakers, and now they’re talking about, ‘Well maybe it’s better to let them go bankrupt,’” Key said. "Well, maybe we should have let them go bankrupt before we gave them the money.”<!-- google_ad_section_end -->

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    <!-- / icon and title --><!-- message --><!-- google_ad_section_start -->"We’re going to get it done one way or the other,” said the resolutions’ author, Rep. Charles Key, R. The segment below was extracted from this article.

    Extract:

    Key said HCR 1028, which, if passed, would be sent to Democratic President Barack Obama and the Democratic-controlled Congress, would not jeopardize federal funds but would tell Congress to "get back into their proper constitutional role.” The resolution states the federal government should "cease and desist” mandates that are beyond the scope of its powers.

    Key said many federal laws violate the 10th Amendment, which says powers not delegated to the U.S. government "are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” The Constitution lists about 20 duties required of the U.S. government, he said.

    Congress should not be providing bailouts to financial institutions and automakers, he said.

    "We give all this money to all these different entities, including automakers, and now they’re talking about, ‘Well maybe it’s better to let them go bankrupt,’” Key said. "Well, maybe we should have let them go bankrupt before we gave them the money.”<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
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