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July 4, 2012

Repugnant, and who decides


adj \-nənt\

Definition of REPUGNANT

archaic : hostile
: exciting distaste or aversion <repugnant language> <a morally repugnant practice>
That is from Merriam-Webster.  These are a few things that old Uncle Milton finds repugnant:
  • the ruling class
  • the health care law
  • the bank bailouts
  • the auto bailouts
  • the socialist security ponzi scheme
  • the federal reserve, and its monopoly money currency
  • the patriot act
  • “homeland” security
  • the alphabet agencies, like TSA, ATF, EPA,OSHA ad nauseum
What old Uncle Milton does not find repugnant is the idea promulgated by John Marshall in the Marbury vs. Madison supreme court ruling that “Any law repugnant to the Constitution is null and void”.  Implied in this writing is the idea that it is up to the individual to figure out what is constitutional, in order to make the determination.
That is the essence of freedom itself.  Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution, as determined by the individual, is null, and void, and has no effect of law.  The individual is under no obligation to follow an unconstitutional law.
Old Uncle Milton would suggest, that it is the individual’s duty NOT to follow those type mandates.  Further it is the responsibility and duty, as per the DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, that individuals must shed their government of the egregious bastards that support unconstitutional laws.  Every ruling class public servant must be served their walking papers.
It is past time for politeness, or waiting for this bill, or that court ruling.  The pukes that “represent” us in elective office, that have demonstrated their own inability to read, must now be escorted out.
There is no other way to secure the blessings of liberty to our posterity.

When Americans Understood the Declaration of Independence

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