Slatery’s pious flummadiddlery on 10th amendment, marriage

print By David Tulis Whining about an oppressive federal government is good marketing for Republicans. Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III tells Chattanooga party members that it is simply wrong for the U.S. supreme court to redefine marriage, and impose it upon Tennessee and other states that know otherwise. In a talk Monday Mr. Slatery describes the power of the constitution to rebuff lawless laws and lawless opinions, to count them as naught and to ignore them. The authorization to resist Washington fads and bads is in the 10th amendment in the federal charter that states, “The powers not delegated … Continue reading Slatery’s pious flummadiddlery on 10th amendment, marriage