The ABSOLUTE “Obamacare” Killer? State NULLIFICATION

Posted by Alexander Snitker July 2, 2012 Comments are off 315 views

We are all familiar with the cliche definition of insanity. Why then, do we still look to Washington D.C., to the White House, the Congress and the Courts to solve the very problems they have created? That’s insane.

The solution to ridding Florida of the Patient Care Affordability Act or “Obamacare” lawlessness is NULLIFICATION!

The States,who are the creators of the federal government and who agree to its existence by a compact we call the constitution are fully empowered to decide for themselves to not comply with any act that is outside the scope of federal authority as enumerated in the constitution.

The Florida Tenth Amendment Center in conjunction with LibertyTakeOver 2012 is fully committed to the nullification of The Affordability Act in our State of Florida.

“States should not fear the consequences of nullification. As per Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling, Congress is not permitted to penalize states that refuse to implement ObamaCare. In the majority decision, Chief Justice Roberts stated, “What Congress is not free to do is to penalize States that choose not to participate in that new program by taking away their existing Medicaid funding. However, he added, “Nothing in our opinion precludes Congress from offering funds under the [law] to expand the availability of health care, and requiring that states accepting such funds comply with the conditions on their use.”

For the plan to nullify Obamacare click HERE

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Alexander Snitker is a United States Marine veteran and the first Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate from the State of Florida. Website: E-Mail:

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