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Does a Sheriff Really Have The Right To Choose Which Laws To Enforce?

I have received several media inquiries regarding the sheriffs in Washington and New Mexico who are valiantly standing against their states' attempts to promote Gun Control. Invariably, these well-intended reporters ask how it is that our nation's sheriffs can choose which laws to enforce. The answer is an easy one: because that is precisely what they promised to do. But in the case of Washington, the people voted by referendum to support more gun control by 58%. So the sheriffs there have the duty to go along with "the will of the people." Right?

WRONG! Perhaps in a Democracy this would be true, but America IS NOT a Democracy. Despite all the brainwashing of the last 150 years claiming that the USA is a Democracy, the truth of the matter is that we are absolutely, unequivocally, a Constitutional Republic. The difference being that in a Democracy the majority rules. In our Constitutional Republic, the Constitution rules, and is unquestionably and unambiguously, the Supreme Law of the Land.

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