One of the natural laws of the universe that was first identified by Sir Isaac Newton was the Law of Inertia.

The law states that a body at rest will remain at rest and a body in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by a force. Congress has been moving at a rather steady pace in the direction of a cliff. Unless  acted upon by a force, Congress will continue taxing and spending us to death..
We the people are the force that is necessary to change the course of our nation. We can continue sitting on our butts or we can get up off of the couch and take action.

 We need to take our marching orders from our conscience rather than the city, county, state and Federal government  Rules, regulations, codes,  ordinances and statutes are not only apply to those who are employed by the Federal government.

We are obligated to obey unjust laws we give our consent to tyranny. When we listen to our conscience conquer injustice and inequality. Whenever we are commanded to comply with a law that violates natural law if we obey it we are giving our consent to tyranny.give our consent to

If a sufficient number of people listen to their conscience and refuse to give their consent by choosing to obey rules, regulations, codes, ordinances and statutes the tyranny in the United States would come to an end.

We have  a moral obligation to the  laws  that are just and a duty to refuse to comply with those that are  not. "Any legislation repugnant to the Constitution is  null and  void".

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