McCulloch v. Maryland
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The National Bank is ridiculous. We have to figure a way to get it out of Maryland.
How about this: we can tax the bank $15,000 per year and this will scare them off, making them leave our state.
Have you heard about what the state has done?
I have! It is blasphemy. As I am in charge of the bank, I refuse to pay the tax.
I cannot believe those embeciles!
How can they just refuse our tax? We must go to court.
That the power to tax involves the power to destroy.
The federal government was not created to be dependent upon its states.
Order! The Supreme Court has reached a decision.
The state of Maryland shall not be granted the ability to tax the national bank for it is unconstitutional and void.
Congress is free to do whatever is necessary and proper so long as it is not prohibited by the Constitution.
The government always wins, eh? I guess the national bank isn't as bad as it seems.
I think ultimately our government will do what is best for us the people, and we will continue to take part in democracy.
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