Feds Issue Threat: No Fly Zone for Texas?


Suverans2's picture

Perhaps these "TENTH Amendment Center" folks should read the "supremacy clause", Article VI.2, of their "organic" U.S. Constitution, paying particular attention to the part that says, "...any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary NOTWITHSTANDING." [Emphasis added]

Suverans2's picture

Proof of same.

    In its letter to state officials, U.S. Attorney John E. Murphy warned:

    "Under the Supremacy Cause of the United States Constitution, Texas has no authority to regulate federal agents and employees in the performance of their federal duties or to pass a statute that conflicts with federal law."

Thanks, John.

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rita's picture

Gee, for one shining moment, it looked like a politician might actually stand up. It looked like, for one moment, that somewhere in America, some people might actually put liberty and justice and individual freedom before personal convenience. Ah, well . . .

If Americans had any backbone, they'd stop flying. The airlines would either get rid of the professional perverts or face bankruptcy.

Suverans2's picture

Well, gee, if individuals who call themselves United States' citizens had any backbone, they "might actually put liberty and justice and individual freedom before personal convenience" and withdraw from membership in any STATE that perpetrates these sorts of things. But don't hold your breath, because those who will actually withdraw their consent to be members of the STATE will be told by the other crabs in the basket, "It can't be done." In other words, those "crabs" who choose to remain in the basket will "pretend", along with their masters, not to "recognize" that one has actually gotten out of the basket.