Skip to comments.Two Options Left, Stop It Ourselves or Revolution
Posted on 03/17/2010 1:30:57 PM PDT by TheNewPatriot
I see only one of two options to stop this hideous, onerous, and unconstitutional bill masquerading as healthcare reform. Know this, there is nothing, and I mean nothing in this bill that will reform, improve, or expand healthcare. If youre naïve enough to think otherwise, then youre beyond help and do not have the ability to think rationally nor do you understand the Constitution. Not only is the mandate in this bill unconstitutional to force FREE citizens (for now) to buy healthcare, so is the process theyre trying to use to ram this up our butt. What they are planning shreds the Constitution. If they plan on deeming (pretending) it passed, then I plan on deeming that I paid my taxes as well. If they want to play the game of lawlessness, then Im happy to join the game and play lawlessness as well. That means that there is no way in hell I am buying their healthcare and I am not paying their fine. So what remains? I will officially exercise my Second Amendment rights and I wont be going to jail either. You can figure out the rest, use you imagination. Think showdown at the OK corral when they come knocking.
Now, there are only two options left to stop this insanity of a government and a banana republic President (President, thats a joke, he has the credibility of a parasite, as far as Im concerned hes a piece of human excrement) run amuck and ignoring the majority of America. One, if they pass this, its game over and you better prepare for your new national anthem (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91kdwxFsthI&feature=related) because the land of the free will no longer exist and you better start thinking about another revolution like that of those who founded this country. That means exactly what you think. If you know anything about this countrys history (which is unlikely for most thanks to the land of academia), the revolution started for a lot less than what these Bolsheviks are planning with their assault on America. The other option since the Communists (formally the Democratic Party) refuse to listen to the people they represent (this is a representative republic, not a dictatorship or a socialist democracy) is to storm the house whenever they feel they are ready to vote and stop it ourselves. Truthfully, Im not really ready to take up arms, not until its the final recourse. So the last civil option and second to the last resort is to stop it ourselves. They cannot deny or use deadly force to stop the American public from entering that chamber. They do not own it, nor are we subservient to them. They work for us and its time to put that fear back in their arrogant minds. Which means if they won't do the job we want, and right now that means dropping this, then we only have one choice, stop it ourselves.
Don’t hold back. Tell us how you really feel.
Most Americans are too focused on getting their brackets right than care what is happening in DC.
Green Day was right for the wrong reasons.
If you are just advocating violent removal from office of the current occupants, that's not a revolution. That's rebellion, or a coup.
It's like it says in the Declaration:
That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government
I'm all for altering our system. Are you? Otherwise, you are just advocating anarchy.
If a crowd happens to gather in Washington and surround the white house.. I will join them
I believe resetting to original intent counts as altering, abolishing, and instituting a new government because our current government is NOT the one outlined in the Constitution.
I support a revolution.
A more manageable option is secession.
If people haven’t revolted yet, they may never ever revolt.
What do you mean by resetting? What would you change?
It’s our political caste that is revolting; despicable scum to their core.
Did’nt a Rep.( I think King) say something about a “Velvet Revolution”. ( Don’t know if this would really work).Any way I’m just as frustrated as the everyone else... I had a crazy thought today, that I may be explaining to my children and grandchildren that once upon a time this country had a constitution that our Government went by. Of course it is the Once upon a time that scares me.
“Revolutions are used to replace a FORM of government with another form.”
Replacing our system with a government of limited powers would in fact be a change in the form of government.
I agree. The Constitution is a total failure when it comes to limited powers. That’s a proven fact. So, what shall we replace it with?
Something very similar but with real limits, I would hope.
I don’t think you can have both.
I think we can have individual freedom and limited government, I don’t think those are contradictory.
Actor Jon Voight is asking all liberty loving Americans to meet up in DC this Saturday, at noon, on the steps of the Capitol.
We can have those things, but we can’t have limited government under anything similar to our Constitution.
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