We have Constitutional Law on our side – We simply have to enforce the nullification of Unconstitutional Laws by Congress

Sunday, December 30, 2012
By Paul Martin

Sherrie Questioning All
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2012

I have researched court rulings on the constitution.

It seems though Congress and the President may pass and sign federal laws, any that are unconstitutional (like NDAA, FISA, a gun ban, etc) are in reality null and void. The constitution is the Supreme Law of the land and all states can easily nullify them. They already have that right, they just have to use it.

The courts, especially the Supreme Court has to rule by the constitution. They are required to hold the constitution up as the supreme law and then interpret any laws passed by Congress and the Senate using the Constitution as the standard of the law. They then can nullify federal laws as unconstitutional. The suits have to be filed and be heard by them of unconstitutional laws.

That means there is no way that the NDAA is in any form constitutional, even though the U.S. government wants to say it is for all the “domestic terrorist”, which they think everyone of us are. This means spying on us without warrants and reading our emails and listening to our phone calls etc is completely unconstitutional. Needless to say arresting and holding a U.S. citizen without rights to a trial and so on are completely unconstitutional.

This also means that the state legislators need to have the balls to stand up for the citizens of their states and nullify all federal laws that do not abide and follow our constitution.

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