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    obama wants gun laws...has no desire for pot laws...ya know he did a toke and a line now and then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkerboy View Post
    I believe the Commerce Clause specifically applies only to interstate commerce.
    you'd be wrong. again.

    it can be just the possibility of interstate trade.

    look it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heathen View Post
    you'd be wrong. again.

    it can be just the possibility of interstate trade.

    look it up.
    What do you think trade is if not commerce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by heathen View Post
    you'd be wrong. again.

    it can be just the possibility of interstate trade.

    look it up.
    Try reading it. It enumerates that Congress can regulate interstate commerce between the several states. It also specifically addresses international trade. Many will argue the federal government has no constitutional power to regulate trade which takes place entirely within a state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkerboy View Post
    Try reading it. It enumerates that Congress can regulate interstate commerce between the several states. It also specifically addresses international trade. Many will argue the federal government has no constitutional power to regulate trade which takes place entirely within a state.
    That isn't really what "enumerates" means. Unless Velvet Jones was your social studies teacher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFluke View Post
    That isn't really what "enumerates" means. Unless Velvet Jones was your social studies teacher.
    Enumerate means to count seperately one by one. For example, let me enumerate the ways in which liberals are harmful to this country and its well being. Oh wait, too many to enumerate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don B View Post
    Is that not what Colorado did by legalizing Marijuana? Did they not say the feds had no right to enforce federal law within their state, whats is the difference in gun laws and drug laws?
    but that whole liberal thing you know,,, makes it all right in their eyes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkerboy View Post
    Enumerate means to count seperately one by one. For example, let me enumerate the ways in which liberals are harmful to this country and its well being. Oh wait, too many to enumerate.
    Oh I see. You went to the GWB school of social studies. Now tell me about tribal tribal sovereignty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkerboy View Post
    Try reading it. It enumerates that Congress can regulate interstate commerce between the several states. It also specifically addresses international trade. Many will argue the federal government has no constitutional power to regulate trade which takes place entirely within a state.
    you need to look at the court cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don B View Post
    Is that not what Colorado did by legalizing Marijuana? Did they not say the feds had no right to enforce federal law within their state, whats is the difference in gun laws and drug laws?
    THIS!!
    Now the libatards are in a pickle! They want their pot but their savior the Feds say No No!!

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