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POSTED: Thursday, April 15, 2010 - 5:27pm

UPDATED: Thursday, April 22, 2010 - 1:25am

TYLER - People lined up inside Joe's Italian Cafe Thursday to sign up to be a plaintiff in the mass action lawsuit under Project Liberty.

The lawsuit was filed with the Justice Foundation and Grassroots America We the People plan to take it all the way to the Supreme Court.

GAWTP was the first citizen group to endorse the project.

A minimum of 10,000 people are needed to sign up, with donations of equal or more than $100.00 so that the $1,000,000 dollar price tag is met for the lawsuit to move forward to Washington D.C.

If you missed out on the event Thursday, and you stand up for the U.S. Constitution, are against big government, and think the Obama Administration's Health Care Law is unconstitutional, you can go to the group's website to sign up.


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Here is the thing that bothers me, this was never brought to the people for a vote, it is not just about if it's Good or bad, but who voted for it, certainly not us, because my ballot sure didn't ask me 'For or Against'.

Well, two things come from this article. There is now a list of self-styled constitutional authorities (translation: never read or even looked at the document), and I will never again darken the door at Joe's. Of course, I can't really afford to go to a restaurant...I went to see the doctor today.

I have read The Constitution. And no where in the document is healthcare mentioned. While some of today's supposed Constitutional experts in Congress used a fictitious welfare clause in claiming the "right" to healthcare benefits. There is a mention of general welfare, but Madison and Jefferson both spoke against Congress using this statement to over reach their authority. They disagreed on many things, both on this they agreed. Sorry Carlos, promote general welfare doesn't mean guarantee HC.

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