Friday, January 8, 2016


If this effort is sabotaged by Liberal Democrat dominated states, the nation will to into dissolution. It is not very clear that both Democrat and Republican officials at the national level will never give up the ill gotten powers they have usurped from the states.

“Congress is unable to control itself. So the people must impose control,” Governor Abbott


So, Greg Abbot, Governor of the Republic of Texas, has laid his cards down, and we need to see all the rest of the nation leave the political and party approach to states rights and come on board.

I am serious. History tells me that there comes a last ditch moment before a nation or empire collapses by one way or another. This is it.

Also, a Constitutional Convention to add these Amendments would prevent a revolution. The far right, and the boys in the woods, would have no case for revolution is the states got their rights back. Anyone not satisfied with the Liberal limp wristed ways of Delaware could move to Texas of Utah. Anyone in Utah or Texas who longs for lots of nanny government, could move to Maine.

So, here are Governor Abbot's modest proposals. ALL THE NANNY THUGS IN WASHINGTON will scream in pain. Con Agra and Big Pharma CEOs will be ordering up a drug to help them stop wetting their pants. But, real Americans will rejoice after these Amendments are passed.

The plan lays out nine specific proposed amendments that would:
  • Prohibit congress from regulating activity that occurs wholly within one state.
  • Require Congress to balance its budget.
  • Prohibit administrative agencies from creating federal law.
  • Prohibit administrative agencies from pre-empting state law.
  • Allow a two-thirds majority of the states to override a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
  • Require a seven-justice super-majority vote for U.S. Supreme Court decisions that invalidate a democratically enacted law
  • Restore the balance of power between the federal and state governments by limiting the former to the powers expressly delegated to it in the Constitution.
  • Give state officials the power to sue in federal court when federal officials overstep their bounds.
  • Allow a two-thirds majority of the states to override a federal law or regulation.