The CONSTITUTION says a bill passed by congress and signed by POTUS
I mean unambiguosly. Article I, Section 7.
Black and white
On Mar 24, 12:14 pm, MJ <micha...@america.net> wrote:
> At 11:20 AM 3/24/2011, you wrote:If a bill is passed by congress and signed by POTUS, it is LAW.
> CONSTUTUTIONAL law, until the judiciary says otherwise.
> Its black letter man!
> Uhm, no. Constitutional relates to the Constitution.
> Again, by this silliness the Constitution is meaningless. Instead of a Constitutionally LIMITED Republic, we are ruled by a Congress and Executive that do whatever they please until and unless a majority of those on the Court decree otherwise (and even then it does not necessarily matter).I don't like a lot of this any more than you do! I'm just saying its
> not unconstitutional until those empowered to determine
> constitutionality, BY THE CONSTITUTION, say so.
> Uhm, no. The Government does not determine what the Government may do or not do. The constitution is meaningless by such nonsensical asserion.Hell, I think the fed Dept of Education SHOULD be unconstitutional,
> citing the very same amendment you do. But Presidents ARE allowed to
> create cabinet positions, ergo, departments, and until a court agrees
> with me, its just as constitutional as any law and/or amendment passed/
> signed/codified in the constitution or US Code.
> [You cut off your finger.] Has your finger been 'removed' only when a doctor claims it has ... or can you assess the situation and determine for yourself?
> --MJAn unconstitutional act is not a law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; it affords no protection; it creates no office; it is, in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never been passed. -- Norton v. Shelby, 118 US 425, 442 (1886).
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