On 03/20/2017 12:19 PM, Disaster Master wrote:
On 3/20/2017, 12:02:16 PM, Caver1 <caver1@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
No where in the Constitution does it say the legislature
cannot pass certain kind of laws.
Congress is delegated very specific powers. All laws must be passed in
pursuance of one or more of those powers.
Oh, sorry, I guess they don't teach this in the public fool system
Where does it state that the gov't can/can't establish a
Corps of Engineers?
It states that the federal gov't shall have dominion over
The Corps of Engineers was created to help in this but
nowhere in the Constitution does it state that the gov't can
create the Corps of Engineers.
The Constitution doesn't cover everything that might/not
happen. It did give leeway to cover those happenings by the
amendment process and by giving the legislature the ability
to create laws. If the legislature can only create laws that
cover only what is specifically stated in the Constitution
then why have a legislature?
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