Monday, July 14, 2008

No Implications

One of the most egregious lies about the Constitution for the United States of America is that the powers delegated in said Constitution also include numerous associated "implied" powers. A cursory perusal of the powers delegated prove in moments that this is a lie. Take for instance, the power "To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, on in any Department or Officer thereof." Geez, one would think that the simple listing of a power in Article I, Section 8 or elsewhere would be sufficient to grant the authority to pass laws concerning that power but Nooooo, the Framers understood that enumerating the power granted ONLY that power and did not grant the associated needed authorities because there IS NO IMPLICATION of powers in the Constitution.

Every lawyer, every judge, every person who claims different from this truth is either a liar or an ignorant boob who cannot see beyond the pimple of his/her nose. Every lawyer, every judge, every person who tells others that there are "implied" powers lacks honor and is behaving unethically. Every lawyer, every judge, every person who continues this paradigm or a lie is driving an agenda of oppression and suppression, oppression of the people and suppression of truth.

Anyone with simple average reasoning powers can peruse the areas of the Constitution containing the various delegated powers and see clearly that no "implied" powers can exist because that concept negates most of the delegations. Any reading that negates other portions, except in the case of amendments, is an invalid reading. The only proper reading of the Constitution is that reading by which all clauses of the Constitution retain their necessity of inclusion. Anyone who does not understand this simple logic is stupid and should be institutionalized for society's safety.


Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Once again, who's the boss?

OK, once again, listen up.

Who's in the Boss?

The People are the boss.

At the state level, the people of the state are superior to the state constitution and to all state officers.

At the federal level, the people of the Union are superior to the federal constitution and to all federal officers.

At the state level, all state agencies, all state officers are subordinate to the supreme law of the state, the state constitution.

At the federal level, all federal agencies, all federal officers are subordinate to the supreme law of the Union, the federal Constitution.

When the people pass a law directly, that law can never be "unconstitutional" because all laws passed by the people stand on equal footing with all other laws passed by the people. This includes constitutions.

The people may alter or abolish their constitution as often as a whimsically as the people wish.