What does it mean to be a constitutionalist? Many people claim that it is critical to honor the Constitution, that would be people like Obama and McConnell, and yet they constantly defy the Constitution. The loss of individual freedom and liberty is the result of people like Obama and McConnell defying the Constitution. The dictatorial takeover by federal agencies, commonly known as the deep state, is because of people like Obama and McConnell defying the Constitution.
The Constitution is not a nebulously written document. It was never intended to be easily manipulated, and yet those who despise our Constitutional Republic, people like Obama and McConnell, would have us believe it is.
The United States Supreme Court is set to rule on this very issue, do we honor the Constitution or do we completely forsake it, as people like Obama and McConnell would have us do. The Supreme Court spent several hours recently hearing arguments for and against a longstanding legal doctrine that gives federal agencies wide latitude to create policies and regulations in various areas of life. The argument that supports this longstanding legal doctrine is in violation of the heart and soul of the Constitution.
Oral arguments revealed that constitutionalists favor overturning the court cases that have upheld that agencies, the executive branch, have the power to make law, and the anti-constitutionalists sounded the alarm on how such a reversal would upend how the federal government enforces all kinds of regulations controlling the lives of Americans and rationing individual liberty and freedom as opposed to protecting individual liberty and freedom as demanded by both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
The federal agencies are not the only entity to blame for this intrusion on our rights. Congress is also to blame. The Constitution is very clear that only the legislative branch has the power to introduce bills and pass them. The executive then signs the bill to make it law, but both the executive and the judicial branches have no power to make law.
What we have learned, and this appears to be for political purposes, Congress routinely writes open-ended, ambiguous laws that leave the policy details to agency officials. When Congress does this, they are abdicating their legislative power and passing it on to both the executive and judicial branches.
The case before the Supreme Court is hailed by constitutionalists as one means of restoring our Constitutional Republic and feared by anti-constitutionalists as a direct threat to the dictatorial powers now enjoyed by both the executive and judicial branch. Let us who are Freedom Loving Americans pray that enough justices will support our return to a Constitutional Republic which means a restoration of individual liberty and freedom.
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