America vs. Obamacare: An Election Battlefield Victory in Missouri

The state nullification movement scored big in the Missouri Primary Election, this Tuesday, August 3.  At the time of this posting, every county but St. Louis Co. is voting for their Proposition  C – the Health Care Freedom Act.  The statewide vote is 73% for and 27% against, with 90% of the vote, in.  See the tallies at the Missouri Secretary of State site.

The Tenth Amendment Center brings the news:

Nullification Movement Gains Steam: Missouri Rejects Healthcare Mandates

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by Michael Boldin

“The several States composing the United States of America, are not united on the principle of unlimited submission to their General Government.”
–Thomas Jefferson

Today, voters in Missouri helped bring the Jeffersonian principle of Nullification one step closer to the mainstream by approving Proposition C – the Health Care Freedom Act.

The new Missouri statute is nearly identical to Virginia’s Health Care Freedom Act – which is being defended by Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli, and was given the green light to proceed in court by a Federal Judge this week. The Missouri proposition passed the Senate on May 4th by a 26-8 vote, and the House on May 11th by 108-47 vote. Today, voters approved Prop C by a wide margin – early returns showed over 75% in favor.

The legislation provides that:

No law or rule shall compel, directly or indirectly, any person, employer, or health care provider to participate in any health care system.


A person or employer may pay directly for lawful health care services and shall not be required by law or rule to pay penalties or fines for paying directly for lawful health care services. A health care provider may accept direct payment for lawful health care services and shall not be required by law or rule to pay penalties or fines for accepting direct payment from a person or employer for lawful health care services.

The principle behind such legislation is nullification…

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You may read further, about the nullification movement and it’s theoretical basis.

Does this news bode well, for United States elections? Yes, if those who were highly motivated to go to the polls to vote for Proposition C volunteer for pro-Sovereignty candidates in local and statewide general elections.

See this, for more about winning:

Understand America’s Problem, But You Want the Solution?
Patriot’s Handbook; a Practical Guide to Restoring Liberty
SOVEREIGNTY NOW – Three Critical Questions for ALL Politicians & Candidates”

h/t: “RepublicnotaDemocracy”

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