The History of Marxist regimes in the world make your statement more than just silly - but woeful and willful ignorance of what such regimes do to their own people WITHOUT exception.
Death panels anyone? That's just a start. We're a hell of a lot closer to history repeating than most are even willing to allow themselves to consider.
Second, there is not going to be succession. It just isn't going to happen. That is just fantasy. Is it fun to dream that the producers/makers break away and leave the dependent classes to collapse? Sure. Is there any chance at all of that happening? Nope.
Liberty has no chance of surviving in this land then. None. We go to our indentured servitude and deaths with nary even a whimper, proving liberty never had a chance in the hands of this generation to begin with.
We did not lose the election because of fraud.
Right. And Obama is a great American and a staunch Christian too. The Cook County chicanery I am familiar with that was self-evident in this election was just a figment of our imaginations. Right?
Do you have ANY understanding of the history of Marxist regimes at all? Or do you assume because a Marxist regime is in power in the old US of A, that the history of genocide and slavery in Marxist regimes cannot happen here?
These things are all silly and don't warrant serious discussion.
The Northern elitists in the 1860's said the exact same thing about the South at one time too.
If anyone loves liberty, then separation, defiance, non-comliance and eventually fighting for what remains of it because you refuse to comply and are resisting tyranny - is the only option we have left. The ballot box has failed and has been co-opted by Marxists.
If that is silly to you, and not worth discussing - then I think that explains how and why we lost our freedom and Republic better than anything else aside from a lukewarm Christian church.
Yes, as a matter fact I do. I studied them for years. I am familiar with pretty much ALL the Marxist regimes the world has ever known. I also studied the various Marxist movements from the old FMLN in El Salvador during the 80's, to the Shining Path in Peru, to the various Communist puppets in the Eastern Bloc, etc.
Or do you assume because a Marxist regime is in power in the old US of A, that the history of genocide and slavery in Marxist regimes cannot happen here?
First, what is in power here in the USA currently is not a Marxist regime. When you say stuff like that you just sound ridiculous - like the boy who cried wolf. Obama and his gaggle of libtards are not hardline communists and have no dreams of the government taking over all, or even most, private business. Hussein and his crowd are Western quasi democratic socialists - Statists is a good word for them (credit Levin). Obama envisions a country much along the lines of a European social welfare state - something more along the lines of a 50/50 state/private power structure.
Could the US one day fall to a far left, truly Marxist type regime? It is possible, but it would not be a direct descendent of the incompetent boob currently in the White House. Something like that is more likely to come out of an economic collapse. The radically far left or far right would most likely come to power in the event our house of cards comes tumbling down. Is Obama's socialistic policies contributing to that possibility? Yes. Are we a hard left Marxist state right now? Certainly not.