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Pound Sand, Your Honor! More Americans Want States To Ignore Federal Courts

from: Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. <supremelawfirm@gmail.com>
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... particularly when federal (feudal) "robes" lack credentials that are required by
the Constitution and by Acts of Congress implementing the Oath of Office Clause:

http://supremelaw.org/rsrc/commissions/evidence.folders.2004-03-16.htm

http://supremelaw.org/rsrc/oaths/

http://supremelaw.org/rsrc/commissions.htm


http://supremelaw.org/rsrc/laws.and.regs.htm


After all, they are People In Government Services:

http://supremelaw.org/rsrc/oaths/pigs.htm


 

 



Pound Sand, Your Honor! More Americans Want States To Ignore Federal Courts

http://govtslaves.info/pound-sand-your-honor-more-americans-want-states-to-ignore-federal-courts/

()  While dissenting from the recent Supreme Court decision rubber-stamping same-sex “marriage,” Justice Antonin Scalia warned his colleagues that with “each decision … unabashedly based not on law” the Court moves “one step closer to being reminded of [its] impotence.” And a new poll shows that another such step has in fact been taken, with more Americans supporting the idea that states should have the right to ignore federal court rulings. WritesRasmussen Reports, “A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 33% of Likely U.S. Voters now believe that states should have the right to ignore federal court rulings if their elected officials [dis]agree with them. That’s up nine points from 24% when we first asked this question in February. Just over half (52%) disagree, down from 58% in the earlier survey. Fifteen percent (15%) are undecided.”

This shift is clearly influenced not just by Obergefell v. Hodges (the marriage ruling), but also a late June ObamaCare decision so contrary to the “Affordable Care Act’s” text that Justice Scalia lamented to the Court, “Words no longer have meaning.” Not surprisingly, there was an ideological divide among poll respondents. As Rasmussen also tells us, “Fifty percent (50%) of GOP voters now believe states should have the right to ignore federal court rulings, compared to just 22% of Democrats and 30% of voters not affiliated with either major party. Interestingly, this represents a noticeable rise in support among all three groups. Fifty percent (50%) of conservative voters share this view, but just 27% of moderates and 15% of liberals agree.”



Sincerely yours,
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964

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