Obama is interfering in Wisconsin

The president has done it again -- broken the law of the Constitution of the United States.

 

First it was Obamacare and forcing each of us to buy health insurance against our will and in direct violation of the Constitution. Now Obama has inserted himself and his political machine -- Organize America -- into the rights of the people of Wisconsin.

By lending his support to organized labor in Wisconsin, the president has violated the 10th Amendment of the Constitution: "The powers not delegated to the United States, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

In simple language, for the liberals: The states have the right to deal with organized labor for state workers, and the U.S. government -- Obama -- cannot interfere with that right, as he has.

Similarly, the states can't interfere with U.S. government rights. A classic example was when the air traffic controllers staged an unlawful strike years ago; President Reagan fired them all and hired new controllers. The state, the legislators of the states and the governors could not interfere with those actions.

What's next, Mr. President?

Mike Booth

Augusta

 

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