What Can the Federal Government Lawfully Tell the States to Do?
Richard Proctor is a retired professional who has been a member of the Constitution Party for over 10 years, and previous candidate for the State of Utah Auditor in 2008 & 2012.
The goal of the party in Utah is to spread the message of “Honoring God, Defending the Family, and Restoring the Republic to the principles given us by the Founding Fathers”. This is the same message fostered by the Founding Fathers. They understood that to remain a free and prosperous nation their message needed to be embedded in the hearts and minds of each succeeding generation of Americans. The two major parties have failed miserably in that responsibility. The Constitution Party leadership is finding that this message resonates well with Utahans as it should. This is especially true of those conservatives who are moving to Utah. All of the state officers and nearly 70% of the county leadership are filled by transplants to this state. Our challenge is simply to get that message out to the public. Regardless of how difficult this task is, the party is intent on achieving it. As in other states, those coming into the party in Utah are not only disenfranchised republicans, but many democrats and independents as well. They are fully aware that the message of our Founding Fathers is a timeless one and one that is fitting to every generation of Americans.
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What can the Federal Government lawfully tell the states to do
The Supreme Court is involved mostly in cases they have no business constitutionally go be ruling on.
The states often times do what the Federal Government says because they take their dollars
Proctor digs into the 10th. Amendment
The Declaration of independence says the people should change out the government from time to time
Proctor says that even if Arizona, Pennsylvania and others prove voter fraud with these audits that the Supreme Court will not get
involved. The only recourse would be the military take over the Administration and have another election.
Taxes as we know it are all unconstitutional
Marbury vs. Madison, 1803…was a turning point in law as the idea of precedent was put into play, which is wrong.
Attorneys do not learn about the Constitution in school, just precedent…similar to doctors only learning about treating symptoms, not looking
at the cause.
Proctor recommends all read the Federalist Papers when the founders argued over States Rights.