08.22.2010

he powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

In the beginning this is how it read and how it worked, as time went on this is still how it reads but is no longer how it works. The Federal Gov’t violates the Constitution every day and the Supreme court does nothing to stop it. You could wonder why, but the answer is simple, The Supreme Court has been packed with people who were chosen not for their knowledge of the Constitution but their belief in the agenda of the administration that nominated them and the Congress that ratified that nomination.

Ever since the Civil War the states have lost their rights slowly to the ever growing Federal Gov’t and shows no sign of reversing itself in the near future. The Federal Gov’t was established to govern over the states not over the citizens of the states. The states were to have the power over the citizens who reside in that state. Upon the ratification of the XVII amendment causing the election of the Senate by the people the states, the states have lost the controlling interest built into the Constitution. When the states were to appoint the Senators the Senate was beholden to the state from whence the Senators were chosen. This was the method chosen to retain the power of the state over the Federal Gov’t. But in placing them under the system of election of other Federal offices they became beholden to the peoples desire and to the power of their own self interest and reelection. This cost the states the balance of power that kept the Federal Gov’t in check and under control and this amendment should be repealed and withdrawn for the sake of states rights and state sovereignty. However because of the nature of power, those who have perpetuated the abuse of the Federal power and removed or reduced the states autonomy and independence will never give up the Federal power acquired through this amendment. They must be forced back under control by the power of the people to elect leaders that not only understand the Constitution, but hold the intent of the Constitution sacred and appreciate the freedom and independence generated by the act of state autonomy and the issue of states rights.

For more information on this issue read the Federalist & Anti-Federalist Papers.

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