posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 02:16 PM
Unfortunately, I believe the Supremacy law within the constitution will make this new law from Tennessee unconstitutional. States have to cannot make
any laws that interfere or supersede the federal governments authority. This will be the first argument made. I do agree that the states need to get
it together. States were running their own programs for many years until the Feds took them over. Back in the 1930's and up there's was a reason for
the Feds to step in. There was a lot of crime and corruption down to the local levels. It would be great if the states got together and told the
Feds no on a lot of things, but like another poster stated, look at Texas. They got bullied down too. All because not only would they have attempted
to make Texas a no fly zone, but they would have pulled billions in federal aid. All schools have become dependent on that aid, same as farms, banks
and many other organizations. If the Feds were to pull their aid overnight, Rick Perry and many others in that state would probably have been put up
for recall since their actions caused so many industries financial hardships overnight.
I agree that local police need to be informed and shown all evidence prior to an arrest by the Feds. That should be mandated in the federal chapters.
But since the CIA is part of the Feds and they can't follow their own charter, ie not allowed to operate or surveil within the US, (google NYPD and
CIA) then I can't expect the Feds to properly do their job either in my opinion. This Tennessee law would also show which Sheriffs were weak and
which ones were the good ones. If the law goes through and found constitutional, I can see the Feds trying to bribe the sheriff's.