posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 04:12 PM
Whatever it is and whoever wrote it, it's so broadly worded that I can't see that it means anything that is not already in the US Constitution.
If it's real, Oklahoma is going to spend a lot of time in federal court arguing over every last federal law and mandate that has ever or will ever be
It all can be boiled down to this. The Constitution gives specific powers to the federal government, which shall act as an agent of the states. All
powers not specifically granted to the federal government shall be held by the states.
Most here won't remember, but this is the very reason there was so much turmoil in the South during the sixties. By 1965, states rights had been
crushed and nothing short of a civil war will reinstate them.
What's more most Americans don't know what it's like not having the federal government involved in their daily lives and wouldn't know what to do
if the federal government was limited to the extent that is mandated by the Constitution. Consider Katrina.