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Published: Monday, June 17 2013 9:45 a.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

What this amounts to is challenging the Bill of Rights and a fair trial based on facts and evidence. And with that I include ethical standards or confidential information with others. After all, our creed of vales and ethics establishes individual with moral obligation of a sworn oath.

The Supreme Court is wrong again and its time the Congress began challenging some of their off the wall unconstitutional prolongations and judgements. I think the Congress has the obligation and duty to present to the people in special elections the power to overturn some of these radical and illogical decisions of the Supreme Court. We are the law and have the right to challenge all elements of this government and those in power to interpret the continuation.

The supreme court cannot not be challenging the Bill of Rights as they are not in the jurisdiction of the courts. The Bill of Rights and Constitution are separate document and the Supreme Court is limited to the Constitution. Therefore theses decisions that challenge our inalienable bill of rights are illegal and unconstitutional to be challenged by Administrative, Representative, or Judicial branches of government. Congress should repeal this decision on those grounds.

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