[internetworkers] Why almost everything the Federal Goverment does is unconstitutional
glcox at pobox.com
Mon Feb 14 07:01:34 EST 2005
> And where does it say that the Feds can decide what plants I may or may
> not grow in my garden? I understand that the Commerce clause can
> limit me from selling to my buddy in Virginia, but just plain *growin*
> the thing??
fedgov's argument is that 'your' NC crop is just as good as 'your friend's'
VA crop on an open market. 'fungible' was my new vocabulary word when I
read the SCotUS arguments:
Of course, if the Commerce Clause loophole tightens up, then you might
have other challenges to it. Such as:
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