posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 10:14 PM
reply to post by Sparky63
What if the operating government (as opposed to a legally established government) has already subverted the constitution?
I know someone will say "Tha's what we have courts for" but what ever happened to the average American reading the document for him or her self?
Is that allowed? When did we stop being a republic (we were never a democracy) and start being (or expected to behave as if we were) in a military
By your definition, the present government has subverted the law of the land. So what is an American to do? Take it? Wait for them to come get us?
The Germans were a very rational nation. But loss of a war, horrific inflation coupled with depression all added up to voting in and loving Hitler.
Being "rational" can lead to this. Good grief, there are still Germans who wish for the 'good old days'. I say this not to insult those Germans
who have no use for national socialism, but to state what I know.
I have said it before, fear is a terrible, but powerful, motivator. It motivates "all sides" in disputes. That is why the Bible says, "Perfect
love casts out all fear." And the only One with that kind of love is God.