posted on May, 15 2014 @ 11:08 AM
Having read about this for the first time and the articles, the following can be stated:
The first main question is where have these people been for the past elections? Do they not vote, did they not participate in any election that has
occurred for a long time? Are they just sitting around and complaining or are they out following the laws of the country? Could they not have gotten
people into office, backing them time and time again?
And the next question is do they think it is fair to remove another states legally elected official from office this way? While no one may like say
Nancy Pelosi, do you think it is fair that people who are not from the state of California demand the removal of a person who has been elected from
that state? There are many questions, this being one of them and this kind of question should be answered truthfully and plainly before any action is
No politician has the will of 100% of the population that he or she represents, there is always someone who will complain about another states
representative, so the popularity is never 100%. While I can applaud the idea behind it, and as long as it is peaceful, we will watch and wait.
Should the federal government make moves against this group, then it will face an upset population, that is far more damaging to its already shot
credibility as it stands.
While the nature of politics is volatile, the reality is what are they wanting from the federal government? Accusations of tyranny is present, yet
often either fail to be proven, or like all bad laws were done with the best of intentions. If they have a complaint, and it is not being redressed,
then they are not making a big enough noise, nor accepting of the response that is given that makes firm sense.
The reason why is not put out publically like most have been in the past, though does make sense, as the federal government tends to monitor and try
to head off problems. I will give them that much, to make a surprise visit will have a greater impact than any other of the protests in the past.
Now to see what happens.