Monday, June 29, 2015

Herschel Smith: "Words No Longer Have Meaning."

As I had stated to someone else this weekend, you have the political right to advocate what you want, but God will judge us – individually and collectively – for our choices. But constitutionally, the court has absolutely no business bossing the states around. This ruling – and many more like it – marks the end of the state. The grand experiment in states as the laboratories of democracy is finished. It failed, and not because it couldn’t have worked. Evil men vandalized the experiment.
See also: Woe To The Nation Whose Religious Teachers Have Become Workers Of Wickedness.


Sedition said...

The words Revolution and Civil War damn well still have meaning.

Anonymous said...

Funny, when it comes to the second amendment, you believe the constitution is the supreme law of the land trumping the individual state's rights to legislate in the area of gun control. But when the Supreme Court says the constitution won't allow you to foist your small minded religious beliefs on others, it's the end of the world as we know it.

Anonymous said...

Did you literally think about that before you wrote it? I mean, really, "homos have no real constitutional standing"? Note it also does say anything about straight people so ergo neither do you. No wonder 'your point of view' never gets any traction.

Sedition said...

Checkmate. My point you made for me. The Constitution doesn't cover marriage for a reason. IT'S NOT PART OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S JOB TO RULE OVER MARRIAGE.

10th Amendment:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Be careful using your argument if you are a liberal. Using your logic and interpretation of the Constitution, because that's VERY dangerous ground for an anti-gunner or a pro gun-control person.
The 2nd Amendment IS protected from infringement by the government, so using the premise of the gay marriage ruling, all gun laws are a moot point and Constitutional Carry MUST OBEYED BY ALL STATES AND DC.
Hummm...maybe your right...I like the sound of Constitutional Carry that the States, nor the fudd-eral governemtn can touch.