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Democratic senator mocks Constitution then misspells Constitution in official Amd.
03-22-2014, 02:21 AM #1
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COLUMBIA, March 19, 2014– The South Carolina Senate chamber is in the middle of a fierce debate with regards to H3101. The legislation is intended to invoke anti-commandeering principle to stop many elements of Obamacare from within the state. After mocking the Tenth Amendment to the US Constitution, Senator Bradley Hutto (D-Orangeburg) could not correctly spell government or Constitution(chuckle.gif Murphy's law much?) in an amendment he offered to the bill, which was an attempt to embarrass Republicans. It backfired.

If the bill passes the Senate, state officials and agencies will be prohibited from assisting in the implementation of Obamacare. Furthermore, no state funds would be allowed towards the implementation of the federal healthcare law. South Carolina would be the first state to have such a strong bill pass both chambers.

Hutto called this practice “completely unconstitutional”. He then extensively continued to mock the Tenth Amendment of the US Constitution.

Read more: http://benswann.com/democratic-senator-m...z2wdt9MAAZ



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