America is over. America was over when Americans elected Barack Obama to be President of the United States.
Now that we can finally acknowledge the death of America, perhaps we can move on to finding a way to resurrect her, or, if not all of her, perhaps part of her, through an association or even secession of like-minded states (like Arizona and Texas). I know it sounds bizarre, like something out of a cheap novel, but it's way past time to realize that the federal government (including and especially the Supreme Court) is the enemy of freedom -- at least in its present form.
It's time to realize that our Constitution and Bill of Rights are dead letters. The statists will enforce them when convenient, or when they can twist their original meaning and purpose to somehow increase federal power over the individual. They will not enforce them merely to protect the individual from an overweening federal government.
One of the immediate acts that can be taken is nullification. Nullification is when individual states refuse to implement or obey federal laws that violate the Constitution. This is not "rebellion against law," because unconstitutional enactments are not law. Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Kentucky Resolutions that “whensoever the [federal] government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force…”
Let the peaceful revolution begin.
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