posted on May, 16 2011 @ 07:11 AM
I think the truth is the Declaration of Independence gave us the right to abolish the government if it no longer served the needs of the people (in
other words, NOW). But the Constitution did not carry forward that right, and left it out. And that is probably my biggest beef with it, along with no
provision for the situation we are in now- with nearly the entire Congress basically signed on to the NWO, and no further recourse for the people
other than armed revolution. It's too far gone.
No amount of voting, or attempted placement of independents in the government can undo the libraries of law written that the average citizen must live
under. Spend half your life reading and understanding legal BS, or be subject to its noose- and remember, ignorance of the law is no excuse! And
that's both federal and state law, too! Placing independents will not undo the rampant corruption of the court system either.
The right to bear arms shall not be infringed. And regulation is indeed an infringement of that right. What was SUPPOSED to happen is that the federal
government was never supposed to have the firepower to squash a grossly dissatisfied, armed populace.