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  •  That's not correct (0+ / 0-)

    Fort some reason you want the N&P clause to be subject to a Commerce Clause analysis. It is not.

    You are simply wrong.

    •  When the power that it is expanding (0+ / 0-)

      is one that is grounded in the Commerce Clause, yes it is.  How could it not be?  What limitation would their be on the Commerce Clause at all in this event?

      In my avatar, the blue bars show how many want Reps who COMPROMISE; the aqua bars show who wants Reps who STAND FAST no matter what. (Left=Overall; Center=Democrats; Right=Republicans.) And there's the problem!

      by Seneca Doane on Thu Sep 29, 2011 at 04:57:14 PM PDT

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