Schweitzer calls ‘nullification’ bills in session ‘anti-American’

February 25, 2011

As reported by Mike Dennison on

God help us…Montana Democrat governor Brian Schweitzer didn’t mean to get it, and he didn’t.

Chuck Baldwin must be so proud to live in Montana now.

Schweitzer actually expressed horror at nullification bills making their way through the Montana legislature, calling them “not the American way.”

But Governor, according to the US Constitution, it is the American way.

States created the US Federal government as their errand boy, with defined powers and duties. And when the Federal government oversteps their authority to act, it is the states that are supposed to correct the Washington errors. Nullification should be an important tool for states to use to keep Washington in line. No thinking individual should expect Washington to keep itself in line.

Then Governor Candy Ass says, “Does this create a job…educate a child…help a disabled person?” As Mr. Jefferson said in the Declaration of Independence: “…that to secure these (unalienable) rights, Governments are instituted among men, deriving the just powers from the consent of the governed…whenever any form of Government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it.”

It is not the state’s right or duty to create a job, educate a child or help a disabled person. It is the state’s duty to protect and secure our unalienable rights.

People of Montana: Ignore your ignorant Governor. Replace him ASAP. Nullify everything that comes from Washington, since it is all illegal and unconstitutional. That will give you a taste for secession. Then one day, you’ll wake up and realize that sending your money to DC makes no sense, and you’d be better off keeping it. Then you will secede and thrive.

Read The Article HERE.