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Would our forefathers lead a rebellion against our government?


What would the signers of the Declaration of Independence think of this country they fought for and founded taxing it's citizens and still being 17 trillion dollars in debt?

 

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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    We have been the police for the world for far to long.

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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    I personally think we have all ready gone to far.

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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    Very well said, but it makes you wonder, with 17 trillion in debt, and spending @ one trillion over per year. Where are "We The People" when it comes election time? How gullible are "We The People"?


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    My one hope is that we can get the power back from the federal government.


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    The problem I see is that about 1/2 of our society lives off the tax payers. To get the 1/2 that work for our tax dollars to side with us in the private sector, would be a big obstacle. Not that it couldn't happen, as the government takes more taxes.


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