Comment: Still a little confused

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Still a little confused

You say that at this town hall meeting whomever is there will remove the elected representative. I suppose you could interpret that as legal, in the sense that it isn't "illegal". But, if there is no law either way, how do you enforce it? Say you are successful and a bunch of Ron Paul people meet at the town hall in a small town and decide to "remove" their representatives. Then what? You send a letter to the representative telling them to clear their office? I just don't see it working as a matter of practicality.

And, it may be "legal", but is it moral? Is it appropriate for a small group of people within a larger electorate of citizens to negate the last election? I have some issues with that. I would like to get rid of everyone in both the state and federal capitals, believe me. But, the people are dumb enough to vote for them every four years. And, while they may be brain-controlled sheeple, they still have to have the same rights as us.

And, even if it did happen every week in every county, where is this "pressure" coming from? Unless you have 75% of the citizens and 100% of the media helping you, I again don't see it working.

I'll dig in deeper. I think the premise is solid, I just think the implementation is impractical and would take many, many years.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain