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The Siege of Washington

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I am reminded this early morning of George Washington and all of our Founders… of the Second Continental Congress which led our country during the war for independence and until the Constitution was in effect… and our founding documents which now pave the way for the revolution of a corrupt government.

We have the inherent right as a free people to cast off tyranny, and to form a new government that lives by the principles of the Constitution for the United States, which serves our needs.  And we have the tools to bring about this revolution peaceably as our Founders created and passed them to us.

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable ~ John F. Kennedy

In theory, the entire government should resign as well as a great deal of the federal work force.  They all took an oath to uphold the Constitution and by their silence and game playing they are complicit.   But they are comfortable, are deluded with power, and comfortable in their misery.   And just this week, we see the left, alinsky baiting machine in full swing–they want us to adopt the same failed, discrediting tactics of violence they used in the ’60s and ’70s.

The government has become the enemy of the Constitution, and has breached its contract with the American people.

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