Two Republican Wisconsin Assembly candidates are on record saying they would support nullification. Well one (Nancy Vendermeer - candidate 70th district) said she would support it and one (Scott Krug - 72nd district) said he would sponsor it(amphasis mine)!
The questionnaire from Campaign for Liberty, a political organization founded by former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, asked candidates, "Will you support legislation to nullify ObamaCare and authorize state and local law enforcement to arrest federal officials attempting to implement the unconstitutional health care scheme known as ObamaCare?"
Vandermeer responded to the questionnaire saying she would support such legislation.Scott:
Rep. Scott Krug, R-Nekoosa, also responded to the questionnaire in 2012, going one step further saying he would sponsor such legislation.
Both candidates now say they were taken out of context, because both of the statements "Yes I support it" and "I would not only support it, I would sponsor it" are so hard to comprehend.
Professor Ed Miller explains this very well:
"This was settled by the Civil War," said Ed Miller, professor of political science and public policy at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. "We fought a war, and at least I thought the North won. You can't do this, and individuals who suggest this are treading pretty close to essentially illegal activity.
"To say you're not going to abide by the laws of the United States, because that is essentially what you're saying, is pretty close to treasonist," Miller said.
Come on Wisconsin, are you really going to vote for Johnny and Jane Reb???
Here are Krug and Vandermeer in their campaign kickoff photo's!
Please do the right thing and elect Amy Sue Vruwink(70th) and Dana Duncan(72nd)!