The Thinking 

Nullification Victories

November 7, 2012


HERE’S some good news. Three states, Wyoming, Montana and Alabama, approved measures to nullify Obamacare. According to the Tenth Amendment Center:

Wyoming voters passed a health care freedom amendment to the Declaration of Rights in the state constitution.

The Wyoming Constitution now guarantees citizens of the state the right to make their own healthcare decisions with minimal governmental interference.

Article 1, Section 38 – Right of Health Care Access

(a) Each competent adult shall have the right to make his or her own health care decisions. The parent, guardian or legal representative of any other natural person shall have the right to make health care decisions for that person.

(b) Any person may pay, and a health care provider may accept, direct payment for health care without imposition of penalties or fines for doing so.

It passed by a huge margin, 76%-24%.

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Terry Morris writes:

Ah, a glimmer of hope. Nullification is the only peacable, viable solution left us. Some of us have known this for quite some time. But nullification is not just a State option. Recall that the tenth amendment reserves to the States respectively, OR TO THE PEOPLE, the great residue of powers NOT DELEGATED to the U.S. by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States. Let there be no doubt, some of us are at war, not only with the federal government, but with our State governments as well.

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