MSNBC Traitor Calls Tenth Amendment “Bunch of Baloney”
September 12, 2009
Let’s face it, Obama’s propaganda talking heads at MSNBC hate the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. David Shuster in particular hates the Constitution, as the clip below demonstrates.
He believes the Tenth Amendment is “baloney” — even as he utilizes the First to denounce it — and says Article I, Section. 8., Clause 1 of the Constitution permits the government to confiscate the wealth of Americans for the purpose of Social Security, Medicare, and apparently for an oversized military that has initiated two invasions and occupations, adventures self-described liberals opposed when Bush was in office and support now that Obama is warming a seat in the Oval Office.
Shuster probably does not know it — because his primary role is to have perfect hair and read a teleprompter — but all taxes “collected” (at gunpoint) go for the interest on the staggering national debt (over the $1.75 trillion officially reported for fiscal 2009) owed to a criminal gaggle of international bankers and not to the principle let alone government “entitlement” programs. In the four years from January 2004 to January 2008, the Medicare trustees reported that the unfunded liabilities of Social Security and Medicare grew by a stunning $10.4 trillion. The average annual growth topped $2.5 trillion.
Here’s something else Shuster the smirking teleprompter reader did not tell you — much of the money collected by the government at gunpoint is spent elsewhere, not on Social Security. It’s all funny money to the criminals on Capitol Hill — and they’ll keep stealing from you so long as you let them.
Constitutional scholar Michael Badnarik on the 10th Amdendment.
Shuster hates the Tenth Amendment because it reaffirms the once well understood principle that powers not granted to the United States were reserved to the States or to the people.
“The issue of power – and especially the great potential for a power struggle between the federal and the state governments – was extremely important to the America’s founders. They deeply distrusted government power, and their goal was to prevent the growth of the type of government that the British has exercised over the colonies,” explains the Tenth Amendment Center. “It’s quite clear that the Tenth Amendment was written to emphasize the limited nature of the powers delegated to the federal government. In delegating just specific powers to the federal government, the states and the people, with some small exceptions, were free to continue exercising their sovereign powers…. Adherence to the Tenth Amendment is the first step towards ensuring liberty in the United States. Liberty through decentralization.”