Don’t Get Mad—Nullify

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.

–10th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States

From the 10th Amendment Center:

See also:

Ignoring 10th Amendment, Obama Attacks Another State

Kansas governor signs health care freedom act

Obama vs. the 10th Amendment

DoJ Lawsuit Violates 10th Amendment

Texans Demand State Resist Obama DoJ and TSA Bullying

Gov. Perry Backs Resolution Affirming Texas’ Sovereignty Under 10th Amendment: HCR 50 Reiterates Texas’ Rights Over Powers Not Otherwise Granted to Federal Government

Nullification: Smacking Down Those Who Smackdown The Constitution


About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
This entry was posted in News, Opinion and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

16 Responses to Don’t Get Mad—Nullify

  1. The federal government has been eroding the 10th Amendment for a long time. We’re seeing the fruits of that erosion — plus what this administration has done and continues to do.

    I have to wonder if Americans have even read and absorbed the intent and meaning of the United States Constitution.

  2. Otis P. Driftwood says:

    OUTSTANDING post. We need more states to follow in Texas’ footsteps. Quite a few have their anti-obamacare and anti-illegal immigration legislation going on now. But we need more. Of course the liberal states could care less about their own 10th Amendment rights. Are they afraid of losing federal funding for whatever pork they have if they don’t toe the line?

    • grumpyelder says:

      All the states liberal and conservative worry about loing their Federal Bribe Money.. Remember anytime a state takes money from DC they surrender a little more of the 10th Amendment

  3. Bob Mack says:

    As long as they follow the Constitution, as Tennessee apparently is not: Tenn. law bans posting images that “cause emotional distress”

    A new Tennessee law makes it a crime to “transmit or display an image” online that is likely to “frighten, intimidate or cause emotional distress” to someone who sees it. Violations can get you almost a year in jail time or up to $2500 in fines.

  4. Who will nullify bad state and local laws. As you can see (, states and localities are nearly as bad as the federal government.

  5. loopyloo305 says:

    I think that it is time that we had a Constitutional Convention. I know that there are a lot of concerns with this, but if we don’t find some way to get ourselves back on the right track, we will just keep going down hill!

  6. If you’re wondering why liberals are getting harder and harder to effectively satirize, here’s a recent answer in the form of breaking news from a Detroit newspaper:

    Palin Emails Rarely Mention Michigan

    • Bob Mack says:

      I’m kinda surprised Detroit still has newspapers–and if that’s the best news they can come up with, they’re not gonna have ’em for long.

  7. Bob. You might like this blog by a constitutional lawyer. She is really good and has written on nulification several times.

Your thoughts?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s