It’s Revolutionary

A trip to Colonial Williamsburg is not complete without a visit to the location of the House of Burgess.  This group of
men met as representatives of the people to address the issues facing the Virginia colony.

When the assembly did not conform to the wishes of the Royal Governor, Lord Dunnmore, the governor in 1774, summarily dismissed the representatives of the people and went on to rule without their input or consent. This was one of the sparks that ignited the War for Independence.

Our constitution describes our government as being created by “We the people.”  It further outlines a structure where the voice of the people is heard through the congress of the
United States.  To attempt to govern without the consent of congress is an attempt to govern without the consent of
the people.  Revolutions have been fought for less.

Our current president has stated on the record that he intends to govern without congress in the coming days.   This displays an open disregard for the constitution, the rule of law,  and the will of the governed.

It is time to get “Revolutionary” and restore the rule of law in this great land.

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