The Tenth Admendment to our beloved Constitution reads:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
The entire purpose of the Constitution was to limit what they could do. And the Tenth Amendment was a restatement of what the federalists told everyone that was alive in 1788, this new federal government won’t be able to do any of those things. No, the states do all of that. And Patrick Henry and George Mason said, “We don’t trust you. Put this amendment in there.” And that’s why we have the Tenth Amendment.
The DNSCC thinks this.
Democrat hacks go out there and harass Republican or other conservative candidates about whether or not they thought the Tenth Amendment limited Congress’s authority. If you think that the Tenth Amendment actually still applies, you must be some sort of extreme terrorist or something like that, and an enemy of the state.
Well, whatcha going to do about it?
How about supporting the Tenth Admendment Center. That's not a question. sharky