Texas Nullification Rally – Saturday January 16th – The Capitol (Hope To See You There!!)

This coming Saturday in Austin from 2-4pm, various liberty-minded groups are coming together on the steps of the state capitol to demand that Governor Perry call a special session of the Texas legislature to rule on NULLIFICATION. For those of you not aware of what that is, it may be the only thing to save our collective Texas asses.

The legal tools a state can use to fight the federal government’s power-grabbing encroachment are nullification and interposition. Nullification is the right of the Texas legislature to “nullify” any unconstitutional law the federal government attempts to foist upon us, and the Governor can “interpose” on the enforcement of said federal law.

Governor Perry has stated in the past that he is a supporter of nullification and as he tends to become a steely-eyed liberty loving conservative during election years, folks believe we must strike while the iron is hot (before March primaries), and before the Liberals in Washington are able to pass Obamacare and Cap and Trade. Gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina is a strong supporter of nullification and interposition, which will also serve to push Perry further right. As for the RINO progressive KBH, who might as well have a “W” tattooed on her butt, she has not commented on the issue.

If you would like to educate yourself more on nullification, HERE is a great post from the Campaign for Liberty.

HERE is an information page on Saturday’s protest details.

Below is a video of Napolitano on nullification…


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