Friday, March 6, 2009

Enforcing the Declaration of Independence

Talk of the leaving the Union or an outright revolt has been growing. Not necessarily among the public in general but among those that have been paying attention. If states can make the case that Washington have fundamentally violated the constitution, the agreement is broken and they have every right to leave. The revolt option is, well bad. It will have to to be used if the people are silenced for good whether though direct suppression or the continued newsspeak in all things.

Obama and the Leftist are very very good at spinning, bending logic, demonizing and just making their case in the face of facts. I am beginning to think that not enough people can be shaken out of their sleep. Really woken up not just rolled to the GOP side. If that is the case it will in the end be revolt. The election of '10 will tell the story.

The Old Argument

"As bizarre as it may sound now, the 'John Galt' rumblings have renewed old echoes of a serious and unresolved question regarding the Union. Obama's plan is clearly a new chapter of class warfare, and political divisiveness, which has strong support in some places and meets strong opposition in others, according to the cultures and moral values of the locations and people concerned. It must be considered, therefore, that some people may find the present form of government unacceptable, and, as the Declaration of Independence clearly states:

"Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed - That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness."

Whether dissolution of the government is the necessary step, or whether some separate states of the union may secede and form their own government (the matter having been met with force but not resolved through honest debate), or whether revolt or rebellion may in fact be anything but catastrophe, the present set of actions by the Obama Administration demonstrates - again - the overreach of federal government, to a degree far beyond anything envisioned by the signers of the Declaration or the Constitution."
Try to fix it with the election then separation then revolt. Most important election in the history of the US. This time I believe that.

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