posted on Dec, 4 2015 @ 01:29 PM
i have a funny story about this. i was visiting my friend's mother in law on the 4th of july. she was an older woman, very christian, apparently
very patriotic (her son, my friend's husband, was deployed in iraq at the time). it was in mississippi, a state not generally known for a high level
of tolerance of cultures or religious views, and this woman exemplified the typical mississippi views. so i was walking through the kitchen and
stumbled upon a document, opened to the second page, that seemed very radical. it was talking about all the injustices of the government and how they
were reasons for a revolution. i could only glance at it at first, because i didn't want her to realize i saw it. i was shocked this person would
have such radical material just laying around. so at the next opportunity i snuck over to have a closer look. and it was talking about some king?
lol it was the declaration of independence!!! hahaha!!!!
there isn't a government anywhere in the world that would accept its own overthrow, no matter what reason or justice is behind it.
one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter. (i learned this young, growing up on the texas border. in texas pancho villa is a terrorist
and in mexico he's a freedom fighter, i saw the dichotomy very young, and it confused me as a child).
so it's technically impossible to create a u.s. government today that would accept a new crop of "founding fathers".