Monday, March 16, 2009

Response to Inquiry about Constitutional Issues about Relocating the SUV Capital To Mississippi

I received an inquiry about the constitutional issues relating to moving the SUV Capital and its citizens to Mississippi, just a suggestion made in the prior post.  Fail to Remember or Refuse to Learn?/AIG: A Mere Conduit for Money/NADX/Left Brain Orders a Shutdown of Critiques on the Masters of Disaster  

I have already researched the legal issue.  In the Supreme Court's decision in Korematsu v. U.S, TOYOSABURO KOREMATSU v. UNITED STATES, 323 U.S. 214 (1944)  the Supreme Court upheld the forcible removal of U.S. citizens of Japanese American descent into internment camps during WW II.   Japanese American internment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  Korematsu v. United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I am not saying put those who voted for W in 2000 and still have W stickers on their SUV's bumpers even today into internment camps for the nation's own good.  My proposal is much more modest, constitutionally speaking, than the practice condoned by the Court for Americans of Japanese descent.   And, they would feel at home in Mississippi and could even vote in the next election for Sarah.  

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