I'll do it again. First, people need pay no attention to the fatalistic anarcho-drivel coming from you. You want all citizens to give up without a fight so the tyrants you claim to oppose can continue implementing their fascist global agenda. The odds that Constitutionalists face today are no worse than those the founders faced when they decided to take on the British Empire. If they had listened to anarcho-cowards the Revolution wouldn't have occured.
So how did the founders do it? First, Thomas Paine and others published material like "Common Sense" which lit fires in the minds of men that generated the ground swell of support necessary for the Revolution. The rest is revolution 101. Organize, educate, motivate, put everything on the line and do it. Unlike the founders, citizens today have the advantage of having the law on their side. The Constitution and Bill of Rights are still the law of the land and we must demand they be enforced, starting with locking up traitors.
Citizens must pressure law enforcement to act. One option is emailing some of the info I've provided to local attorneys, Sheriffs, county attorneys, State Attorneys General and U.S. Attorneys. Also, by law the public airwaves must be used to serve the public interest, but currently they're being used to defraud the public. Citizens must petition the FCC to revoke the broadcast licenses of offenders and take our airwaves back. There's much more in the pdf "Knowledge is Power" that I linked to in the previous comment.
The Declaration of Independence ends with these words: "And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." The founders knew the price of freedom, total committment with no guarantee of success.
We have troops who are putting everything on the line, so the least we can do is make a committment to do our best to restore Constitutional government here at home. That's the DP mission but anarcho-barbarians slither out from under their rocks to oppose it. The founders faced similar fatalistic rhetoric from British loyalists and overcame it. There's one intangible factor called zeitgeist: There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come.
http://www.dailypaul.com/277342 (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference)
http://www.StandUpForYourRights.me/?p=1264 (Fast and Furious hearing)