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December 18, 2011
The Libertarian Enterprise
by L. Neil Smith  
Posted in Commentary

"On Thursday, December 15, 2011, the 220th anniversary of the Bill of Rights, members of the United States House of Representatives betrayed their oaths of office and voted overwhelmingly to follow in the felonious footsteps of their criminal accessories in the Senate, by attempting to pass the so-called 'National Defense Authorization Act.' ... But why do you suppose I said 'attempting to pass' in my initial paragraph? Because one thing is absolutely certain: the NDAA is not the law, since it contradicts a higher law -- the highest law of the land -- the first ten amendments of the Constitution, commonly known as the Bill of Rights." (12/18/11)  
  • Neil is correct. It IS NOT a law:

    [1] _Marbury vs Madison_ "All laws which are repugnant to the
    Constitution are null and void."

    16th American Jurisprudence 2d, Section 177 late 2nd, section
    256: "No one is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no
    courts are bound to enforce it. The general rule is that an
    unconstitutional statute, though having the form and the name
    of law, is in reality no law, but is wholly void, and
    ineffective for any purpose, since unconstitutionality dates
    from the time of its enactment, and not merely from the date of
    the decision so branding it."

    The Bill that just passed and was signed in Washington, D. C. negates and is counter to the Fourth and Fifth Amendments, as well as other portions of the Constitution of the United States of America and is, therefore, null and void, no matter who votes for it or who signs it. Any person who promotes or defends this statute is an oath-breaker and a traitor to the United States Constitution and therefore unqualified to hold office.

    The proposed law is very valuable to citizens and voters of the United States of America, since it will brand for all time those who are traitors to our nation, so that they can be removed from office.

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