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Reply #19: Acts in violation of the Constitution are VOID, that's true. [View All]

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2 Much Tribulation Donating Member (522 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Sep-29-08 02:35 AM
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19. Acts in violation of the Constitution are VOID, that's true.
Heck, with the Administrative Procedure Act, acts in violation of those statutory procedures are routinely declared void. So, yes, we need to relearn that usurpations of authority and gross constitutional violations are void, nullities, they don't exist. We do not consent to such travesties of justice from what are sworn to be servants of the public and UP-HOLDERS of the Constitution.

Upholding is more than mere compliance, it's a reverence for and an extreme will to abide by, the limitations set out in the Constitution on government power.
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