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What If the Government Rejects the Constitution?

Richard1354 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 10:00 AM
I recently read a comment on a blog for Constitutionalist, men who are prepared to fight against their own government, but felt the line has not yet been crossed, but close. On principle, I differ with the individual for the line has been crossed. Our government defends the murder of over 50,000,000 babies, killed seventy-six people exercising their constitutional rights by bearing arms and practicing their brand of religion (Waco), by subverting the constitution, by the irresponsible bankruptcy of America, by passage of the Patriot Act, by sabotaging of our state and local educational systems. But then I am certain the LINE would not have been crossed so long as we constantly keep moving it.
Georgia Boy 61 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 6:17 PM
Richard, sorry flagged you by accident....

Patriots face what I call the prisoner's dilemma. There are a great many people who want to take further steps to defend America, as provided for by the constitution and the founders, but none is willing to risk being the "first man" to climb the wall of the prison, and maybe get capped by the guards. That is, everyone wants to escape from Alcatraz, but no one wants to risk being the first man on that wall.
What if the government never took the Constitution seriously? What if the same generation -- in some cases the same human beings -- that wrote in the First Amendment, "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech," also enacted the Alien and Sedition Acts, which made it a crime to criticize the government? What if the feds don't regard the Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land?

What if the government regards the Constitution as merely a guideline to be referred to from time to time, or a myth to be foisted upon the voters,...