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Circuit court says search is unconstitutional, but IRS ignores that ruling

Source: ACLU

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RE: Abusive government
By marhuff55 on 4/13/2013 10:40:20 AM , Rating: 2
Why does the government make these claims? Easy, because nobody is willing to step up to the plate with a good lawyer by their side, and nail them before the Supreme Court for violating the Constitution. How many times since 2001 has the government been taken before the Court for violating the Constitution? Not many, if any at all. As long as the citizens are lax, or aren't willing to do anything about it, then don't expect the government to stop this any time soon. Does everyone have to lose every freedom they have before they step up to the plate? It's really beginning to look that way.

RE: Abusive government
By Reclaimer77 on 4/14/2013 10:55:00 AM , Rating: 2
The Supreme Court just ruled that it's Constitutional for the Government to require you to purchase a product, in this case health insurance. Basically handing the Federal Government broad mandate power over it's citizens in direct violation with the very essence of the Constitution.

So even if you GET your issue to the Supreme Court, they blow it half the time. Because the judges are activist's and pretty much vote down party lines.

There should be no such thing as a "Right wing" or "Left wing" Supreme Court justice. There should ONLY be strict Constitutionalists, because that's their damn job! Uphold the Constitution, not their ideology!

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