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Originally posted by FreeMason
Wow because you claim I have lost a debate, I have lost anything?
We have not even debated, you merely state your erroneous opinion that the Federal Government can do whatever it wants.
I suggest you read the US Constitution again, realize that it indeed only establishes two things, the duty to regulate interstate trade, and to opperate a post office.
No where does it say anything akin to, "Govern morality for the nation" nor does it say, "has any power not expressly enumerated to it in this Constitution."
However the Constitution does say that any power not enumerated to the Federal Government, is reserved by the States.
And we all know, the only powers of the Federal Government is to:
1) regulate interstate commerce and coin monies.
2) raise an army and equip it.
3) every 2 years must provide for a navy.
4) opperate a post office.
And ironically one power it can not do:
1) tax the people directly.