Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Death Has Always Been Remarkably Effective When Liberally Applied to Tyrants

Every once in awhile, I stumble onto some "extremist" piece written by some moonbat writer. Extremists, as defined by liberals, are people so depraved that they actually think big government is not the solution. Reagan was an extremist. In fact, Reagan was so depraved that he thought government was the problem. You'll see that same sentiment in the comment section of this piece if you scroll down. Thousands of extremists chiming in. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110622/ap_on_re_us/us_hate_groups_fertile_ground

Eventually, as the state engages in more and more criminal behavior and suppression of law, there will be another revolution and it will probably be violent. Killing tyrants is just something we end up doing every few hundred years- and we will have to do it again. It's like getting rid of termites. Tyrants are by nature, shitty negotiators. Armed with what they believe is always the upper hand...they force their positions down oppressed peoples' throats and ultimately end up getting their asses kicked.

That is the dance. It has gone on since the dawn of time.

I was born and raised in Montana. Over the years, many of us came to believe that the Federal Government has vastly overstepped its lines of authority. That's not extremism. That's just the truth. The country is in serious peril. Jefferson among others, saw this as a serious problem that would ruin our country. He envisioned this mess and hoped to avoid it. Here then is just a taste of the original extremist, Thomas Jefferson.

Jeffersonians claim extreme
rights for states

The Kentucky Resolutions were drafted in secret by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison in the fall of 1798 to counter the perceived threat to constitutional liberties from the Alien and Sedition Acts. http://www.constitution.org/cons/kent1798.htm  These federal laws limited naturalization rights and free speech by declaring public criticism of government officials to be seditious libel, punishable by imprisonment and fines. Jefferson's draft resolutions claimed states had the right to nullify federal laws and acts that violated the Constitution. The Kentucky Resolutions were passed, and the role Jefferson and Madison played in drafting them was kept secret throughout their years of public service.

Eventually, the Federal Government and perhaps the states', will simply try to tax and steal everything that they can get their hands on to stay afloat financially. They have no alternative. It ain't a matter of if, it's a matter of when. And at that futuristic point a lot of really normal people are going to start behaving like extremists...moonbat authors take note.

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