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 I admit the force of this observation, but I do not look upon it tobe conclusive.

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If I had been indulged in my motion, and we had goneinto a committee of the whole, I think we might have rose, and resumedthe consideration of other business before this time; that is, so faras it depended on what I proposed to bring forward.

I have attempted it, as gentlemen may see by turning to thelast clause of the 4th resolution.

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Government created to protect your rights should have no goal higher than the protection of those rights. When government's own goals override your rights, government is acting unconstitutionally. Government often states that these violations of citizens' rights are necessary "for the good of society." Society is ill served by laws which violate the rights of the citizens making up that society.

These are the points on which I wish to see a revision of theconstitution take place.

As the Republic grew over the next hundred years, natural rights remained a guiding, though not undisputed, principle for many of its leading thinkers. Tensions and obscurities arose as the thinkers of the fledgling Republic struggled to articulate the difference between natural rights and acquired rights and to define the categories to which they belonged. , a member of the first Continental Congress, posited that the categories could be overlapping and indicated the examples of marriage, parenthood, and the education of children as instances of the innate compatibility of natural rights and the ‘domestic economy.’ Others, however, favored the notion that rights originate in the social contract, and are therefore derived solely from the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

Register, I, 423-37 (also reported in Gazette of the US., 10 and13 June 1789).

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It is important to recognize that the states are the "boss" of the federal government! The states "hired" the federal government and set forth the rules as to how it should operate. The Constitution is a list of those rules. Just as a manager is expected to enforce company rules to manage employees, it is the responsibility of the states to enforce the Constitution to manage the federal government. The Supreme Court, being itself part of the federal government, has an obvious conflict of interest. Yes, it pretends to enforce the Constitution against the Executive and Legislative branches, but who will "manage" the Supreme Court? Who will watch the watchers? The states are the rightful and logical enforcers of the Constitution. It helps to keep this in mind in the discussion which follows.

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The rights deemed most important by the founders are specifically listed in the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights also says that, even though a particular right is not listed in the Bill of Rights, you still retain that right.Any powers not specifically delegated by the Constitution to the federal government are retained by the states and the people (you).

The Purpose Of The Constitution - Constitutionality Crisis

How is Steiger's Law applicable to the Constitutionality Crisis? The federal government, having been created to serve the states and the people, has degraded to the point that it is more concerned with perpetuating itself than with carrying out its constitutionally delegated duties. Rather than serving you by protecting your rights, as charged by the Constitution, the government has goals and objectives of its own, often in conflict with your rights. While you may have all the rights (the Constitution specifically says so), the government has all the power. When your rights and the government's goals are in conflict, you lose.

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In order to carry out its grandiose plans and achieve its goals, government has to exercise powers well outside those limited powers granted it by the Constitution. The Supreme Court has been a willing accomplice, permitting gradual but continuous expansion of government power. As soon as We the People become accustomed to living with the latest power grab, powers are expanded yet again. The government sees no practical limits on its power. In the rare event that some law or part of a law, is found to be unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, Congress just reworks the text a little and then passes essentially the same (unconstitutional) law again.