Obama continues to violate the Constitution using FDR’s 1937 New Deal Price Setting Law by taking produce from a farmer named Horne.

George Will sumed it up perfectly when he wrote: ” The law has spawned more than 25 “marketing orders” covering almonds, apricots, avocados, cherries, cranberries, dates, grapes, hazelnuts, kiwifruit, onions, pears, pistachios, plums, spearmint oil, walnuts and other stuff.

“There are not enough cells in the human brain to enable Americans to know more than a wee fraction of what their government is up to. If they did know, they would know something useful — how much of what government does is a compound of the simply silly and the slightly sinister. The silly: Try to imagine the peril from which we are protected because the government maintains a spearmint oil reserve. The sinister: The government is bullying and stealing property to maintain programs that make Americans pay higher commodity prices than a free market would set.

“Progressives say, ‘Government is simply the name we give to the things we choose to do together.” That is not how the Hornes are experiencing government.'”

FDR’s 1937 law violated the Constitution. How? Government was never given the power to take raisins or any other commodity from anyone. The law is without a lawful foundation. The violence to the law continues when the Federal Government took the raisins instead of protecting both the raisins and the Horne’s from the Federal Government.

Imagine the Police State of the Soviet Union doing the same thing. You would be outraged. You should be outraged. Why then are you not enraged about what’s being done to the Horne’s raisins?

Will also wrote: “Overcriminalization, says professor Reynolds, deepens the dangers of “a dynamic in which those charged with crimes have a lot at risk, while those doing the charging have very little ‘skin in the game.’ ” With a vast menu of crimes from which to choose, prosecutors can “overcharge” a target, presenting him or her with the choice between capitulation-through-plea-bargain or a trial with a potentially severe sentence.
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