Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Who Enforces the Constitution's Natural Born Citizen Clause?

By Mark J. Fitzgibbons - October 29th, 2008 - The American Thinker

The 10th Amendment to the Constitution states that the powers not delegated to the federal government, nor prohibited to the states, remain with the states or the people. Therefore it seems that any state or any person has standing to sue to enforce not just the Natural Born Citizen Clause, but other constitutional requirements and rights, absent some expressly written bar within the Constitution itself.

This ruling, as much as any we have recently seen, discloses the utter contempt that judges have for our Constitution. If a voting citizen does not have standing to require that the explicit words of the Constitution must be followed, what does a citizen have standing to do? Pay taxes? Obey bureaucrat orders? Shut up?

The government always has standing to force these obligations as well as destruction of freedom in any way it wishes. It has the power of government goons to assure its "standing". We citizens no longer have any rights at all.

Criminals have lots rights. Especially the criminals that have been appointed judges. Citizens have no rights under "the rule of judges".


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