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Politics has been defined as the art of determining who your enemy is. Based upon this do we have a true political process in the USA, because it seems to me that the political leaders in DC are all ...

Dear Mr. Wells, And I use the term lightly. Many have tired to overthrow this government and none has been capable of doing it until possibly now. It appears to me that you do wish to overthrow this government. That was the reason for the Civil War when the South, who I believed to be Constitutionally correct, tried but failed.

"As George Wallace used to say before they shot him and by which he gained a lot of support and votes, “there’s not a  dimes worth of difference between them!”   If it was true fifty years ago, how much truer is it today?"

I am happy for you that you liked George Wallace, but his day has come and gone. Do you wish to try the revolution that you speak about? Won't work it has been tried before and failed. Unless YOU can figure a way to mount a giant force and attack the White House, the Pentagon, the Secret Service, and  the list goes on and on.

RonaldV, explain the futility of such language. Where it will lead? You are one hundered percent right. It is a shame that so many on this site believe that they can "pull it off." Michael Joel Held


"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, Establish Justice,; insure domestic Tranquility, to provide for the common defense, to promote the general Welare, and to Secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and to our Posterity, do ordain and establish the Constitution of the United States of America.
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