Where's the “Congressional Intent” Behind Acts Of Congress When Congress Doesn't Read The Law?
Date: 12/31/2012 5:00:35 AM ( 8 y ) ... viewed 1171 times
December 31, 2012 -
Here's an excellent article entitled: "Learn the Language or Accept your Status as a Slave":
"... The meaning of the words in a law is ultimately decided by discovering the intent of the Congress when they drafted and enacted the law. The courts have ruled that the meaning of any law is not necessary what the law says in a strict reading of the words, but rather what the Congress intended to law to mean when they wrote those words. If Congress made a mistake in the language of the law, the laws means what Congress intended, not what Congress expressly wrote.
But we know that Congress routinely refuses to even read the laws that they vote to enact. Not one Congressman read the Patriot Act before they voted for it. How many read ObamaCare before they voted for it?"
The "language" is know as legalese.
October 19, 2017 -
"When or where did you ever volunteer to be a slave?"
Also see: "Free Yourself From All Semantic Deceptions of Government!":
"Thirty Little Known Facts about 'America'":
"The Methods Used to Deceive The Nations":
legalese, Congressional Intent, slavery, Patriot Act, ObamaCare, Congress, status
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