Anarchotyranny or Revolution
The precedent is now set it granite. The passage of the bill wasn’t enough. The Supreme Court has given its “opinion,” and although it is just that, an “opinion,” it is taken as law. Can it be overturned? Of course. Will it be overturned? Highly unlikely, since both the left and the right have had the same agenda for umpteen decades now, and people are still failing to understand both parties have the same exact agenda. No matter which presidential candidate wins in November, ANARCHOTYRANNY will not disappear.
Francis wrote in 1993 that the institutions that most American conservatives have trusted are simply not up to the task. I’d go even farther than that, but here is what Francis had to say:
“There is virtually no reason to think that either the Republican party establishment or the neo-conservative intelligentsia, or for that matter, most of the mainstream conservative establishment, either wants or is able to mount an effective challenge to the dominant cultural apparatus of the left in this country.”
Of course he’s absolutely right. We’ve seen it time and again with how the Republicans cave to the Democrats on bills we do not want passed, they cave to bipartisanship, when we want partisanship. The 60 some new 2010 Tea Party elected congress critters have voted along moderate lines at best, and many times with the Democrats. There’s not a one of them that is any different than what we had in D.C. before we elected them! We haven’t had a decent RNC backed candidate since Barry Goldwater in 1964. They wouldn’t ever back Ron Paul. Instead the RNC gives us the likes of Nixon, Ford, Dole, Bush Sr. and Jr., McCain, and now Romney. None of these candidates was/is a true Constitutional conservative! They aren’t even moderates!