State's Rights could trump ObamaCare

State's Rights could trump ObamaCare

There are 50 comments on the Wizbang story from Mar 13, 2010, titled State's Rights could trump ObamaCare. In it, Wizbang reports that:

Earlier this week, the Oklahoma House of Representatives passed House Joint Resolution 1054, by Reps.

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“Don't Tread On Me”

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#43 Mar 25, 2010
equalityboy81 wrote:
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Of course you don't. You wish us all the pain and misery in the world.
EqualityHomo, must you be a troll? All you're doing is trolling this thread, stirring up arguments.

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#44 Mar 25, 2010
N3TD3ViL wrote:
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EqualityHomo, must you be a troll? All you're doing is trolling this thread, stirring up arguments.
Since you called me a homo I can see you are biased against my sexual orientation and even if the straight guys are at fault I'm going to receive the blame and the chastizing lectures by default. I'm sticking up for my rights. I hardly consider that trolling. Yes I must defend myself to the lies and bigotry of others. Sorry you disagree with that and consider that trolling. You wanna talk about trolls Agitator has all the trolls beat. But of course you are going to see him in the right since he is self-righteous and holier than thou while you see me as a subhuman second class citizen. People are calling all homosexuals pedophiles and you expect me not to challenge that lie? I haven't seen you once reply and criticize his statements which makes you a hypocrite. If you agree with his statements then you are just as bad as he is.
Higgans

United States

#46 Mar 27, 2010
equalityboy81 wrote:
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What is wrong with being gay and wanting equal rights?
my bad. I thought this forum was about States' rights vs. BIG Fed gov't takeover. u go fella, just before u make it any of the Fed's business instead of the States (see the Tenth Amend) please be two kind as to amend the Constitution to make it so. we have enough unconstitutional Fed laws/programs as it is...including this so-called healthcare bill.
folks can marry a goat for all I care but be advised I'll still call it beastiality and probably won't invite them to my BBQs. at least I won't care unless they want public monies to pay for vet bills.
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#47 Apr 1, 2010
Higgans wrote:
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my bad. I thought this forum was about States' rights vs. BIG Fed gov't takeover. u go fella, just before u make it any of the Fed's business instead of the States (see the Tenth Amend) please be two kind as to amend the Constitution to make it so. we have enough unconstitutional Fed laws/programs as it is...including this so-called healthcare bill.
folks can marry a goat for all I care but be advised I'll still call it beastiality and probably won't invite them to my BBQs. at least I won't care unless they want public monies to pay for vet bills.
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We'll let the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether it's okay for a state to opt out of the federal hate crime law or just part the parts of it that covers the people they don't like and healthcare for they are the interpreters of the constitution not the politicians in the state of Oklahoma.

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#48 Apr 1, 2010
Higgans wrote:
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my bad. I thought this forum was about States' rights vs. BIG Fed gov't takeover. u go fella, just before u make it any of the Fed's business instead of the States (see the Tenth Amend) please be two kind as to amend the Constitution to make it so. we have enough unconstitutional Fed laws/programs as it is...including this so-called healthcare bill.
folks can marry a goat for all I care but be advised I'll still call it beastiality and probably won't invite them to my BBQs. at least I won't care unless they want public monies to pay for vet bills.
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No one said you have to be friends with and invite to BBQ's those that you don't like and don't fit your standards of what a human being and American citizen are.
Higgans

United States

#49 Apr 3, 2010
equalityboy81 wrote:
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We'll let the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether it's okay for a state to opt out of the federal hate crime law or just part the parts of it that covers the people they don't like and healthcare for they are the interpreters of the constitution not the politicians in the state of Oklahoma.
why does it have to be "the people they don't like", why can't it be just treat every body the same without special laws or consideration for some people you and others deem 'special'? who's being the discriminator now? oh, I know, it's because your discrimination is for a noble reason or to right some wrong. yep, the old 'two wrongs make a right' reasoning.
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Higgans

United States

#50 Apr 3, 2010
equalityboy81 wrote:
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No one said you have to be friends with and invite to BBQ's those that you don't like and don't fit your standards of what a human being and American citizen are.
there you go projecting your bias on to me. I never said any body was not a human being or not an American citizen...those are ur words and not too charitable, I might add. I just don't think I must be required to support views, politics, religions, lifestyles, hairstyles, TV viewing habits, beer preferences or any thing else I don't, er, support. if u want to give to the 'Save the Pedophiles' or any other such cause, please, do so BUT with your own damn money! why do I have to contribute to your causes or you to mine?
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bossrh

Meeker, OK

#51 Apr 10, 2010
Northside_Yo wrote:
Fed Law trumps State law.
End of line.
i think you need to go back to civics class and study this time
Chuckie

Broken Arrow, OK

#52 Apr 10, 2010
equalityboy81 wrote:
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Of course you don't. You wish us all the pain and misery in the world.
I really do not sit around and think about it because I do not care if you are in pain or misery. I really do not think about it. I do not like you pressing your agenda in Oklahoma.

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#54 Jul 15, 2011
Chuckie wrote:
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I really do not sit around and think about it because I do not care if you are in pain or misery. I really do not think about it. I do not like you pressing your agenda in Oklahoma.
Well deal with it. But it doesn't come as a surprise to me of your indifference towards others pain and misery, that's how typical bigots are.

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