Nullification: The Rightful Remedy

In my discussion with Stewart Rhodes (the founder of Oath Keepers), he stated that our course of action against the Federal government is:

1. Nullification
2. Civil Disobedience
3. Revolution

Does anyone believe nullification will stop Obama?

David DeGerolamo

      
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LT
11 years ago

I see nullification and civil disobedience as two sides of the same coin -- each will strengthen the other. Demonstrations of civil disobedience will give the just among the judiciary and the state legislatures courage to act apropriately, and acts of nullification will encourage civil disobedience to unjust laws… as was experienced durring our revolutionary period, the citizenry and the public figure-heads must give each other clear and constructive feedback.

Both nullification and civil disobedience are pre-requisites to revolution -- the essential difference between revolution and simple insurrection is whether there is a core component of just grievance being represented, and acts of nullification fill that requirement.

LT
~Those who abuse Liberty, do so at their own peril!

LT
LT
11 years ago

Yes, I think we will see civil disobedience and nullification operating in concert across the country. In some places one will start well before the other, but over-all, I believe the two will act concurrently to force FEDGOV’s hand…then we’ll see whether there’s a revolution in store ;P

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Rocco
11 years ago

I do believe we can restore the republic by beginning with nullification. Once one state nullifies Obamacare with the appropriate measures of interposition we will see a domino effect among the states. This may result in one state eventually nullifying all income tax.