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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    I used to boink a chick from Canandagua (sp?.) Not too bad...
    That's Canandaigua, New York. Exit 44 off Interstate 90 and you go straight down Route 332 along the main drag. Some very nice scenery around Bristol Mountain, Canadaigua and Honeoye Lakes in that region too. I used to deliver liquor in that area on Fridays.
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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    Actually no it isn't. Article X of the Bill Of Rights make this abundantly clear.
    Ummm... The Bill of Rights have no articles... They're each individual amendments.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    As it should be. the Federal Government was never meant to be a strong centralized power.
    That's not what Alexander Hamilton argued.

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    Oh brother, playing the race card again! Typical!
    Yeah, because lynchings and cross-burnings are SO passe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Ummm... The Bill of Rights have no articles... They're each individual amendments.
    Point being, the Fenderal Government was never meant to have strong centralized powers. Only dictatorial regimes have that.



    That's not what Alexander Hamilton argued.
    Yet the rest of the founders argued for strong states' rights.



    Yeah, because lynchings and cross-burnings are SO passe...
    Strawman! What we are seeing now, is forced "sensitivity" upon Americans to atone for all of the sins the USA "apparently" committed since her inception! Pathetic Liberal crap once again!


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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by RyrineaHaruno View Post
    I am just pulling your leg, Plus, it is a typo I had fixed the grammar thing, and then I had then noticed the worser spelling error. I need to type out all my post out in word, before I post them.
    Firefox has a built in spell checker Grammar Nazi Aprooved!


    No wait....that's not write.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EpicDude86 View Post
    Firefox has a built in spell checker Grammar Nazi Aprooved!


    No wait....that's not write.




    Firefox, I don't think has a Grammar checker. However, I think it just has a spelling checker.

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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    There's also a spell checker add-on for IE; I have Beta IE8 and it works perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Areopagitican View Post
    There's also a spell checker add-on for IE; I have Beta IE8 and it works perfectly.
    I have Safari, does it a have a Grammar thing for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    Point being, the Fenderal Government was never meant to have strong centralized powers. Only dictatorial regimes have that.
    Yeah, because Somalia, where there's no centralized government, is doing SO much better compared to the United States.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    Yet the rest of the founders argued for strong states' rights.
    Which they tried under the Articles of Confederation. Which failed. Which caused Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison to draft the Constitution.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    Strawman! What we are seeing now, is forced "sensitivity" upon Americans to atone for all of the sins the USA "apparently" committed since her inception! Pathetic Liberal crap once again!
    (possibly disturbing image below)
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    You're right. Why have any sensitivity to other people when instead we can hang people just because?

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    First of all you're quoting incorrectly the quotes that I quoted. Now, to address your grievances.

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    It is up to the Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of laws and amendments.
    They are the final word on U.S. Constitutionality, but as the past has proven they aren't infallible.

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Yeah, because when the federal government doesn't do what I want (even when it's democratically elected) I should have the right to just ignore them anyways.
    On the flip side, when the States don't do as the Federal Government desires, is it OK for them to deny what the States want? See: [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Maximum_Speed_Law"]National Speed Limit of 55 mph[/ame] (Yes, I know it's a wiki).[/quote] We are a UNION of STATES. The States should hold the most power (within constitutional bounds) when dealing within their borders. The Federal Government is more for Foreign Policy and Interstate Commerce, that which it makes little sense to have 50 States do independently.

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Yeah, well, you should have treated African-Americans better if you wanted to keep your sovereignty.
    What African Americans did I treat poorly? Or was that a general "You" as if to say you're lumping me in with some group of people?

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Since you didn't, the citizens are allowed to use the federal government to be a check against corrupt state governments to provide freedoms and opportunities for ALL Americans.
    There's that you again...Popular to contrary belief™, I never held office during the time period when African Americans were oppressed, and I surely do not hold it now, nor have I notified my elected representatives to support such legislation. And the Citizens are the ones in charge of preventing Corruption themselves, not through more government simply because it is higher up on the legislative 'food chain', which by the way, is just as corrupt itself. But that's just the nature of the beast.
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    Re: Nullification for Texas? Will it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by RyrineaHaruno View Post
    I have Safari, does it a have a Grammar thing for it.
    Perhaps this link will help?

    Spell Checking in Web Browsers

    I don't have safari but it may have the answers you seek.

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