“If you connect the notion of Rights to that of personnel interest,which is the only immutable point in the human heart,then the only way to govern is through fear”. I believe that was John Adams.
And fear is the way that the federal government likes to rule,we’re all terrorist so they have to grope and man-handle you and your loved ones,new labels on cigarettes with graphic pictures on them to scare you not to smoke,the drug war has made anyone that that wants a little relief from certain aliments that the use of marijuna helps relieve,a criminal,the new rules from the FDA,FCC,EPA are all meant to scare you into thinking that “OH MY GOD IF WE DON’T PASS THIS….”then we’re all going to died or be destitute.
The criminals in government are intentionally passing laws that take OUR freedoms away,and I do mean criminals for they are not following the Supreme Law of the Land which is The Constitution and The Bill of Rights. Laws that are passed by criminals only get more criminals!
So when a criminal brakes into your home and threatens your family,what are you going to do? Give them everything and help them load it into there van? NO!! your going to shoot them, maybe more than once,it’s called justifiable homicide and that is what the states are going to do to a criminalized government that has been robbing us for to long,but it’s called Justifiable Nullification.
Nullification is the right of the People for good reason,just look around, it won’t be hard to find a law that goes against the principles of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.The government is in the the business of creating a closed system by which ,if you get in,can help those that will help themselves and not the People that they represent, take a look for yourself , http://www.opensecrets.org
"A well instructed people alone can be permnently a free people."
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