12 May 2009

SCR 2 louisiana's worthless version of a states rights 10th amendment resolution

click here to download two page .pdf [11 kb]

when a loony looziana state legislator doesnt have anything better to offer by way of coming up with some policy or idea to actually help to create a better louisiana, he or she, as the case may be, will instantly seize on some nonissue thats currently popular, somewhere else in an effort to trick the muddled louisiana masses into thinking that they actually have a clue to what they are doing. they dont.

senate concurrent resolution no. 2 shows that state senator a.g. crowe is no different.

this concurrent resolution isnt worth the paper its printed on because its meaningless. it's a trick to make you think that the maniacs in the state legislature are doing something, when they are not.

the truth is that the states including louisiana gave away their power to the federal government years ago - when the several states accepted the u.s. supreme court's decision in wickard v. filburn, 317 u.s. 111 (1942) that saw to that. and unlimited government in america that decision spawned has gone way too far; for far too long to turn back now - not without some serious bloodshed and we cant have that now can we? what, with american idol about to come on the tube not to mention the upcoming football season and all.

if the legislators were really honest they would be promoting second chronicles chapter seven verse fourteen:
if my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will i hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.