U.S. Constitution under siege; its sy...

U.S. Constitution under siege; its system of laws is being rendered impotent!

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America is crumbling

Eagle Pass, TX

#1 May 7, 2014
America is crumbling!!

U.S. Constitution under siege; its system of laws is being rendered impotent!

The legalization of marijuana by some states in the union has set a dangerous legal precedent that may have serious negative ramifications for the system of laws in our country.
The use and sale of marijuana is prohibited by federal law in the United States; why then have those legislatures that have voted to legalize marijuana in the states, in defiance of federal law, not been prosecuted and jailed?
Why aren’t those that have sold and used marijuana in those states not been prosecuted and jailed?
Why has U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder not enforced federal law against these federal law violators?
Why has President Barack Hussein Obama not removed Eric Holder from office for not enforcing federal law?
Why hasn’t Congress impeached President Barack Hussein Obama for allowing the violation of federal law?
Why haven’t members of Congress been removed from office for allowing the violation of federal law?
America is crumbling! The United States Constitution is under siege; America’s system of laws is being decimated!
Neither Legislators; nor U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder; nor President Barack Hussein Obama are immune from prosecution for allowing and participating in a violation of federal law!
Intentionally permitting a violation of federal law is acting outside the realms of legal authority as public officials; it is official misconduct; and all violators should be prosecuted and jailed as common criminals.
If you violate any federal law; common sense dictates that you will be arrested; prosecuted; and jailed for having violated federal law.
For example: if you violate any immigration law, you are arrested; prosecuted and jailed for having violated federal law.
If a notary public or attorney violate any immigration law, they are arrested; prosecuted and jailed for having violated federal law.
A murderer; a rapist; a guns and ammo smuggler; a smuggler of other prohibited goods; a tax cheat; a corrupt public official; a white collar crime violator; bank robbers; terrorists; or anyone else that violates federal law and is arrested and prosecuted can now claim “discrimination” against our system of laws because they have been arrested and prosecuted for violating a federal law while those that violate federal laws that prohibit the sale and use of marijuana have not been arrested and prosecuted; and their argument would be within “legal justification” as defined by law; as wrong and absurd as that may appear, this could, in reality, be the beginning of the “legal ramifications” that the “legalization of marijuana” by the states and “non-enforcement of federal law” by federal authorities will cause.
If anyone violates any federal law, you are arrested; prosecuted and jailed for having violated federal law; with one exception; if you violate the federal laws that prohibit the sale and use of marijuana, then you will not be arrested; prosecuted and jailed for having violated federal law.
That “exception” is illegal and any and all violators must be arrested; prosecuted and jailed for having violated federal law; it is that simple; it is called “enforcement of laws”!
To ignore that fact will only contribute to rendering our legal system impotent and discriminatory; it is discriminatory to pick and choose which federal law violators you will arrest and prosecute and which federal violators you will not arrest and prosecute!
The Supreme Court would have to agree that arresting and prosecuting someone for a violation of federal law while at the same time NOT arresting and prosecuting someone else that has violated a federal law inarguably constitutes “discrimination”; as defined by federal law.
America’s strength is its system of laws; rendering those laws impotent reveals an Achilles heal in our country’s government that signals that America is crumbling!!!!
Bandit

United States

#2 May 8, 2014
Your right our constitution is under siege, by people like you, you ask all these questions but answered none, why should anyone support the laws surrounding marijuana? They are unjust in the way it is scheduled in federal law, the wide variety of medical uses being found to date is far ahead of a law made 70 years ago designed as a war against our own people don't you think? Maybe? I don't know about the rest of america but I stand behind how our government is handling this, its time we start undoing a lot of the injustices done to the people of this country, I 100% agree that LAW ENFORCEMENT is and should be a top priority in this country, I do not and will not ever support law enforcement having a say in what the laws are however, i think it goes without saying that terrorist,murderers, rapist, and whatever else you listed in your rant of horrible crimes under federal law need to be punished, but does it make more sense to lock somebody into a federal prison for possessing marijuana for 5 years while child molesters go to a state penn for 2 years? Or that marijuana is classified next to heroin? That is ludicrous, the federal government made a huge mistake and the people called them on it, no different from alcohol prohibition, fear mongering and ignorance made these laws, and its clear, in the writing, the government owns a patent on marijuana, it designed all the laws in a circle and prohibited any studies, even went as far as making it a federal crime for the drug czar of the dea unable to speak of anything pertaining to the legalization of marijuana, these same laws your defending are clearly not right under our basic rights as a human being. There has NEVER been a marijuana overdose, EVER, in the history of mankind, NONE! Alcohol has too many to count.... Heroin and cocaine the same, and heroin and cocaine are scheduled right, I have 0 problems with people going to prison for those crimes, in fact my personal belief is tax and regulate marijuana to fund that war, and get those people off our streets, but really ... Marijuana? To say our constitution is under attack by enforcement policies under our current drug approach to marijuana is just grasping at reasons to be mad about something, and is yet another example of fear mongering at its most ignorant level.

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