Monday, May 14, 2012

Sheriff who broke the Brady Bill stumps in Hillsboro

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” - The Tenth Amendment

Hillsboro – What does it mean, the Tenth Amendment?

According to Sheriff Richard Mack, formerly of Graham County, Arizona, and presently challenger of Lamar Smith for 21st Congressional District from Fredericksburg, it means:

If we left anything out, you can't do that, either.”

Nowhere in the U.S. Constitution does it say that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed - unless Congress decides to force the Sheriffs of America to require their consitutents to register the serial numbers of their handguns.

After all, the fact that some lone angry little nut shot President Ronald Reagan in the chest and his Press Secretary Jim Brady caught a round in the head doesn't nullify as blunt and bluff a statement as the Second Amendment.

He's got a lot of ideas just like that one.

Take the issue of a collapsed bridge on a flooded road in his home county of Graham. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said they would arrest the County Commissioners if they had a dozer operator open the road and their crews rebuild the bridge over the Gila River.

No, you won't,” said Sheriff Mack, “because I'll arrest you if you do.”

Listen to his explanation to Tea Partiers as to why and how the federal government has spun madly out of control, usurping human and states rights from the population – and how that government can be easily checked by the powers of the County Sheriff.

It's an enlightening 20 minutes of listening, to say the least. - The Legendary

1 comment:

  1. Sheriff Mack speaks the truth & does it with common sense? He can't be a politician AND abide by our Constitution because our incumbents have made it unconstitutional to be honest, abide by our constitution AND have common sense. I hope this man is elected. Wish I could vote for him.