Wednesday, September 02, 2009

The States

Today's Examiner column is meant to serve as a reminder that U.S.A. does not stand for Unitary State of America:

So why don't more States stand up for their rights, since the States are the creators of the federal government, and without them, the federal apparatus has no historical or constitutional reason to exist? Largely because the federal bohemoth has become far greator than its creators, the child, as it were, lording its authority over its parents.

Unlike certain liberals and Washington elites, a few of us have come to understand that the idea of States' rights and true federalism help preserve all of that diversity in America that our friends on the Left are so fond of chiming on and on about.

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At Wednesday, September 02, 2009 11:29:00 PM, Blogger Steve Mule said...

All this talk about 'State's Rights' is nonsense. This is just more BS to support excuses for resisting things like the '64 Voter Rights Act, Social Security, Medicare and so on. The simple fact is that all the questions of State's Rights vs Federal Authority were answerred at Appomatox Court House in 1865.



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