Let’s step back a few years in American history to a fairly creditable source by the name of Thomas Jefferson. It is safe to say that Mr. Jefferson has a few credits to his name.
Thomas Jefferson was one of several founding fathers that placed one fear above all others: a government with too much power!
Now let’s step forward to 2010 and ask have We the People allowed a government with too much power? YES or NO!
If your answer is NO. Get yourself a one-way ticket to the country of your choosing, you are in the wrong place!
If your answer is YES! Study and get well acquainted with this statement by Thomas Jefferson: there is a “rightful remedy” to the federal government’s uncontrollable quest for power – it’s called Nullification!
You must first understand that what We the People have allowed, done or not done, for the past century has only made things worse and we need to make some changes to correct this mess. The first step is to get out of the government lure that they can fix anything. Look around you! The general government’s failure on so many issues speaks volumes
Nullification is simply the states unplugging from the federal system on anything that is unconstitutional. The true patriots believe this will also involve unplugging from the Federal Reserve and the IRS (where did you, a person, contract to give the Federal Reserve power over your money or the IRS power over your “income?)
Celebrate this Independence Day by making a commitment to step away from the government lure, stop electing wolves in lambs wool, study Nullification, it is quite simple. Leave this Independence Day intact for your children and their children!
God created the People, the People created the States, and the States created the general government! We need to get some real People on state legislatures!
cross-posted from the Minnesota Tenth Amendment Center
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