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sweet, do you really think they would admit that Scalia was wrong?.

There are many uninformed people on the right who think that Obama court appointees are the only ones who rely on the commerce clause to justify government overreach.

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I would think this would be a good inside pitch for the right by using it to set a precedant for future state rights battles.

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"If there is one thing that the SCOTUS has established, M, it's that there are no limits as to what the Feds have the right to regulate. "

It's so funny to see the lefties battle for states rights. lol

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*If there is one thing that the SCOTUS has established, M, it's that there are no limits as to what the Feds have the right to regulate. *

True dat ;). I call them the Obama thuggery for a reason!

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Growing marijuana in one's backyard for personal use would be beyond the reach of federal regulation if not for the SCOTUS opinion in Gonzalez v. Raich. In that case, the feds prosecuted a little old lady who was growing weed for herself only. SCOTUS upheld the prosecution and conviction under the commerce clause, (Congress' power to regulate interstate commerce).

Naturally, Conservatives would decry this decision under "states' rights"/ "federalism" arguments, understanding that if a marijuana plant in a person's backyard could be deemed as "affecting interstate commerce," than pretty much any conceivable activity would be subject to Congressional authority.

But, surprisingly, the right was generally not too vocal in its criticism of this decision.

Perhaps evangelicals and other phony social conservatives who value their own liberty but don't care about others' should be called Scaliatards.

(Yeah, that famous states' rights zealot wrote the Gonzalez decision. How's that for judicial activism?)

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Va look it up, just google fords hemp car.

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Sed the problem is that growing hemp for commercial use is illegal in the U.S thanks to the timper, corn and oil industry.

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"Hell in the 1940's ford built a car out of hemp. "

Oh come on....

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"Totally ignorant~why would anyone in their right mind make such a dumb remark?"

Oh I don't know, maybe you should ask Joe Scarborough, Donny Deutch, Michael Sreel and even "Meet the Press moderator David Gregory agreed with Scarborough on the idea of redefining conservatism."

You really should get out more.

Just sayin...

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If there is one thing that the SCOTUS has established, M, it's that there are no limits as to what the Feds have the right to regulate.

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