posted on Dec, 12 2009 @ 12:41 PM
What we need to do is start at the community level of government - Judges, Police, Etc..
When any form of government does anything un-Constitutional or illegal, it's time to get rid of them. It sure would stir up lots of commotion and get
something moving if everytime a cop that tazed a 10yr old girl disappeared or a judge did something of equivalent abuse in his field.
All over the country this needs to happen. Then it needs to be taken to senators, congress, etc... ANY LEVEL/FORM of GOVERNMENT. Whether it's a
person or group of persons.
Cops losing their jobs or getting suspended for violating rights isn't good enough. When they do something unjust, THAT'S IT! When our senators and
congressman flat out LIE to us just to get votes and get in office, just to change their "stance" on issues - BYE BYE! Or even on voting things like
the Patriot Act, Stimulus Bill, Healthcare...THE GOVERNMENT HAS NO RIGHT TO DO THESE THINGS, BECAUSE IT IS NOT A POWER SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSED TO THEM
IN THE CONSTITUTION!
Read the 10TH Ammendment!
If the Constitution doesn't give a specific power to the Federal Government, then they have ZERO right or privilege to use/have those powers. It
doesn't say that the gov can buy banks or car companies with our tax dollars, so that means they can't! And we sure as hell didn't vote to give
them permission to do it either.
One example I like to use is the 2nd and 10th Ammendments together. The Constitution doesn't give any power to the US Gov to have anything to do with
citizens having guns. So since it isn't given to the gov there, we go to the 10th Ammendment. Which means, people having guns is up to the states or
up to the people. So one would think, it should be up to each individual state to determine gun laws in said state. WRONG! That's where the 2nd
ammendment comes in. The right to bear arms. This ammendment, I believe, is not only meant to protect us from the Fed, but from corrupt states being
controlled by the Fed. Then we say what about states' rights. That's fine, I'm a 100% firm believer in states' rights. But if a state wants to
continue to be part of the Good Ol' USA, they have to recognize the Bill of Rights (Ammendments 1-10).
So what I'm trying to say, is that there is no level of government in the USA that has any authority to determine who can and cannot have guns
(yes even felons have families and houses I'm sure they'd like to protect), and if they do, THEN IT'S TIME TO EITHER ALTER OR ABOLISH IT!
Read the Constitution and read the Declaration of Indepence. Those contain every piece of information we need to know right there. Anything else you
want to look at go right ahead.
But as for me, it's time to start taking people out.
Kidnap or Kill - It doesn't matter to me. It's time to start making a point and not a weak one. Start local and go from there. Let's get this ball