posted on Mar, 5 2013 @ 09:41 PM
This is just a ploy to go after true patriots. A true patriot is someone who stands up for the Constitution of the United States, not someone who
brown-noses the government. There is absolutely nothing illegal or wrong about standing up to a tryannical government that has overstepped its bounds
of power. So they can say whatever they want, but this is all about silencing those who are poised to actually oppose the wave of tyranny that has
suddenly emerged in Washington. The whole firearms issue is just the final straw, but this has been coming for a long time...I mean the citizens
standing up to the government.
The boiling point is still a long way off, but I do not see how it can be avoided, aside from the government being radically cleared of all
anti-Constitutionalists. Many citizens are going to do what their forefathers did, and fight for their freedom. While many think they are still free,
they are not, and if the government tries to take the firearms away from Americans, which is our only tool to stand up to a tyrannical government,
which is why we have the 2nd amendment in the first place, they are not going to be able to do it without murdering many civilians. In my mind, since
I understand the tenets this country was founded on, standing up to the government if they attempt to nullify my Constitutional rights is just common
sense. It is a given. The first step is always an attempt at peaceful negotiations, but where has that gotten anyone recently?
We all know what the government did to the OWS movement, and you should not expect anything less happening toward the Freedom movement, which is what
I call it. It is still just in the opening stages, but I have a feeling it will move quickly into the face of every American. I wish that the
government would just do what they swore they would do, uphold the Constitution, instead of trying to overstep their bounds by saying that it is
outdated or something. The same argument has been used all throughout the 20th century, and even during the 19th, but it has never been done because
there has never been such a corrupt system in Washington as there is today.