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  1. IcyPatriot

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    #87 Jersey


    Post #18 is from here: www.constitution.org

    Nondelegation doctrine ... Nondelegation and the Administrative State

    Post #19 was merely posted to shed more light onto #18.
     
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    Those have nothing to do with the Supreme Court ruling you claimed causes the Fed to be unconstitutional.

    Link please to the ruling you are using as your basis and not yet another opinion site :rolleyes:
     
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    #87 Jersey

    The cases in 1935 ... 3 of them dealt with the delegation of power.

    The Constitution explicity says only Congress can coin money.

    You tie them together because the Fed is private it is not a government agency like the EPA for instance.


    Excerpts from the United States Constitution
    The Fed has been ruled by SCOTUS to be a privately held corporation ... they do not have the Constitutional authority to print money ... that Congress allows them to do it does not make it Constitutional.

    I am done with this thread.

    Read the Constitution

    Read: The Creature From Jeckyll Island

    Watch: The Firm

    Lastly ... do the research and tie the pieces together. SCOTUS has not ruled on every instance of every decision in this country. That they haven't does not disprove that more than a few things are unconstitutional ... some are still being proven to this day as they come up.
     
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    Efin, are you a big fan of a private bank being in charge of our entire monetary system?
     
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    He thinks a private bank is a government agency because it is called "The Fed". He does not understand that Congress cannot Constitutionaly grant powers vested to it to a "private company". The Fed is no different than IBM, Microsoft, Google etc... could Congress legally give them the power to print money ... no. Would they do it? Yes - they already have ... it's called "The Fed".
     
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    What does that have to do with this?
     
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    You don't know what I think so don't try to talk for me.
     
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    You continue to make claims without support- you cite a Supreme Court ruling, now rulings, yet you offer no such support showing the cases...only your words. I asked you three times already, I'm calling your claim garbage. It's garbage until you can back it up.

    And you keep trying to use the literal interpretation of the clause as a basis...yet there have already been two prior national, private banks that served the same function as the Federal Reserve: the first of which was not only founded by but overseen by one of the writers of the Constitution in the first place: Alexander Hamilton.
     
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    #87 Jersey


    :deadhorse::deadhorse::deadhorse:
     
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    Not worth it...you aren't going to back up your claims there is no point arguing against them.
     
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