Judge Napolitano: ‘Super Congress’ Is NOT Constitutional (Duh, More Tyranny…What’s New?)

Aug 1, 2011 by

Judge Napolitano: ‘Super Congress’ Is NOT Constitutional (Duh, More Tyranny…What’s New?)

Judge Napolitano speaking to the un-Constitutionality of the ‘Super Congress’ being established by the debt ceiling rape and pillage deal now being sent to the Senate for approval. For those that do not know the details of this hidden goodie in the bill, six republicans and six democrats will form a commission to come up with $1.5 Trillion of cuts with the real congress only being allowed an up or down vote on their recommendations.  How’s that for representative government?  Still think the Tea Party and Ron Paul are the crazy extremist terrorists or that the Tenth Amendment Center’s ‘Nullification’ movement is unnecessary?  Still think there is a two party system operating the country and fighting over issues?

Tea Party grassroots members have believed for well over a week that the whole kabuki dance was cover for getting this ‘Super Congress’ established. The fall of the republic will happen when it passes the Senate as the Council of Governors and Obama’s Rural Council have already been established by executive order.  Folks, how much more concentrated does the ‘power of the people’ need to be before we just stop feeding the beast with our taxes, productivity, and ignorance?

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  1. Charles Smith

    My Cure

    Balanced Budget
    National Sale Tax to go to pay National Debt.
    Remove all Tax Subsidies for corporations
    Raise SS retirement Age
    Release IRA money without penalty for 3 months Make any Medicare or Medicaid fraud a Federal crime with mandatory prison time

    Across the board tax increase

    • Wrong on most of these items, but it’s a good start toward looking at what drives an economy (and it isn’t taking money out of the economy and shoving it into a non-productive sector.)

  2. Kathy

    The only solution I see to all of this is to get rid of all of them and start over.

    Absolutely no lawyers or career politicians, or anyone who has ever served on any level of government. At least than maybe we could find a majority who do not have an agenda.

  3. Teddy Bird

    How about an overall term limit? Set a limit on how many years anybody can be in politics, elected or otherwise. Force retirement on their asses before they’re completely full of shit.

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