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Originally posted by brutalsun
I'm actually curious about this topic as well. I was thinking about a few things in particular when a US citizen is murdered by an illegal alien, could the Fed be named as a defendant in the civil case?
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
I'm bored so I'll chime in. Especially seeing as I'm a big mouth about this. I think we'd have more power if we went up through the state level rather than on and individual basis.
I like that idea
however the biggest problem
with that is we can't get the states
to stop sucking on the Federal tit
long enough to come up for air.
If the states would stop accepting
those federal monies and balance their
own budgets without assistance
that might have a chance to work.
But the states are like a junkie hooked
on the federal heroin.
Therefore I assumed the collective US
Citizens might stand a better chance
But I may be wrong.
An oligarchy (from Greek ὀλιγαρχία, oligarkhía) is a form of power structure in which power effectively rests with a small segment of society distinguished by royalty, wealth, family ties, military control, or religious hegemony.
"The Betrayal of America is a book by Vincent Bugliosi (Thunder's Mouth Press, 2001, ISBN 1-56025-355-X) "
"the U.S. Supreme Court's December 12, 2000 5‑4 decision in Bush v. Gore unlawfully handed the 2000 U.S. presidential election to George W. Bush. Bugliosi declares that the decision damaged both the U.S. Constitution and democracy in general. He accuses the five majority judges of moral culpability by endangering Americans' constitutional freedoms."
Originally posted by mordant1
reply to post by seataka
How is it that when a lib does something called treason by the right it is discarded by your kind as no No NO, it has not be proven in court.
Yet when an alleged repub does something you dont like you assune treason like it has the force of established law even when your own try but cant even get their own courts to get it to stick?
It's tough to discuss anything when you cant agree even on simple distinctions.
I would like to know what rights we have as a collective
citizen group to sue the US Fed Gov and it's congress
for war crimes, dereliction of duties, state's rights, etc....
Originally posted by whatukno
People sue the government all the time. Bring your case to a lawyer. See where it goes from there. Be prepared for the backlash and anything that you say being video taped and put on youtube.