States' Rights

Ron Paul - June 15 - Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theater

2007-06-15 17:00
2007-06-15 19:30
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Ron Paul [Items|Blog|Printable PDF Flyer] is talking in Kansas City, MO, at 5:30 PM on Friday, June 15th, 2007 at Uptown Theater.

Ron Paul is the front-runner in the run for the 2008 Republican Presidential Nomination. He has basically won the first three televised debates (40% after MSNBC debate, roughly tied for first around 28% after the Fox debate, and 62% after the CNN debate).

Radio Ad - Roger Tucker - For Pro-Life and Limited Federal Government

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I am a strong advocate for states rights and limited federal government. I support legislation that will prevent federal judges from interferring with state laws dealing in areas that are not powers specifically given to the federal government by our United States Constitution and should be left up to the states as stated by the Constitution's Tenth Amendment.

As such, I support (H.R. 5739) the We the People Act. This legislation has been recently introduced in Congress by Representative Ron Paul with at least 5 cosponsors. The stated purpose of this legislation is to "limit the jurisdiction of the federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court, in certain cases."

Congressmen Ron Paul says, "Congress has the authority under Articles I, III and IV of the Constitution of the Untied States to set limits on the Supreme Court and lower federal courts in order to correct abuses of judicial power and continuing violations of the Constitution by federal courts."

Roger Tucker - Candidate for United States Congress, Kansas 2nd C.D.

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Roger understands what is happening to tear our country down with the down-sizing and loss of our nation's manufacturing. He understands the great benefit of having free trade between our 50 equal sovereign states who are all equally protected under the laws of liberty of our United States Constitution. This has enabled the creation of the prosperous middle class American economy. He understands that evil, greedy people have been promoting free trade agreements with other countries so that they can exploit oppressed people in foreign factories for their cheaper product production.

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