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...genuinely looking for an answer, then I'd recommend Chuck Baldwin's son's book:

Romans 13: The True Meaning of Submission

Basically the argument is that when those who govern violate God's natural law, they are stepping outside of the bounds of legitimate leadership, which is supposed to 'reward good and punish evildoing'. Christians would hardly argue that they must submit to a corrupt spiritual being (i.e. fallen angel) that has been allowed a position of power for a time; so why would they allow a spiritually corrupt human being to supplant their obedience to God's higher natural law?

Also, not resisting the encroachment of darkness and tyranny against one's neighbor is something I see as a violation of the command to 'Love thy neighbor as thyself', which is the bottom line.