posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 08:53 PM
reply to post by hotpinkurinalmint
First case in point I would like addressed is the two Supreme Court decisions that stated the 16th Amendment did NOT give the federal government
anymore taxation powers.
I find this one of the biggest conspiracies involving lawyers. Either that or the replacement of the original 13th Amendment with the current 13th
The commerce clause is just too simple. It allowed the federal government to make regular commerce between states. That about does it.
Just because the federal government twisted the original meaning to now try and mandate me purchasing a damn insurance policy, does not mean I need to
listen to a lecture on what the federal government thinks they can get away with. Yes, me being forced to buy something has what to do with interstate
commerce. Especially when I am not even allowed to go outside my state to purchase insurance.
Another idea could be to go over "color of law" compared to real law.
Another idea could be how courts setting precedent is completely different than the original intention of courts. That one is another HUGE
Good idea, you do know you have quite a lot of people here on this site that are quite knowledgeable about the LAW.