nolan (not verified) | Sat, 03/20/2010 - 8:48pm

And what if they passed a law that said, oh, I don't know, that all Jews should be rounded up? Should I be a good citizen and blindly follow that law?
The entire point of the Constituion is that we consent to be governed, by laws to which we, as a whole aggree to, but you know as well as I that citzenship is not following the orders of gov't over the cliff.
Do you think that we may ever reach a point in our history again that we need to excercise our Right to alter or abolish?

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