Would you support a militairy coup in the US?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Debaser82, Feb 25, 2010.

Would you?

  1. 100%

    13 vote(s)
  2. Never ever

    24 vote(s)
  3. Screw the US

    4 vote(s)
  1. I think the question says it all.

    They kick out all politians and will try to reinstitute the constitution at least thats what they say.

  2. kut2k2


    Who the fuck is "they"?
  3. The militairy.
  4. It will take some 32 years for USA to pay off their national debt of $12 Trillion if USA pays off $1 billion per day.

    Politicians are too weak and useless. They have failed USA. Now USA army should takeover USA administration.
  5. No

    This country never needs a coup since the people elect their leaders
  6. There wouldn't be a military coup unless some General wanted to be (or thought it would be the best for the country) the head hancho. Any evidence of that at this time?

    I doubt we can ever revert back much toward a Constitutional Republic as originally outlined by our Founders. To much Liberal and Social evolution has occurred.... unless, of course, the "new message" became "SUPPORT YOURSELF OR STARVE".

    Wouldn't mind trying that, at least for a while.
  7. We elect one of the two choices given to us. As that French program (character) said in the Matrix: "Choice is an illusion created by those in power for those who are without power." or something along those lines.
  8. Banjo


    Yes, I'd support a military coup if it was by the Swiss army.
  9. Ricter


    A revolution, possibly. A military coup, never.
  10. This is a cut and paste I found from another site. [below]
    Perhaps it has broader application to an entire band of treason committing politicians.

    We are a Nation of Laws and Order, so things would best be done lawfully.

    Even though the most successful coupe in the world has already taken place by this administration
    to gain the seat of power in the US through money, media and voting manipulation and fraud.

    Question: Does the Provost Marshal General of the Army or Marine Corp have the authority to arrest the President?

    This would not 'usually' be the case. The Provost Marshal General of The Army is a Headquarters US Army flag officer position and serves directly under the Chief of Staff - US Army.

    In one of our legal classes in Command & Staff School - Air University, the scenario was built classroom-style that greatly parallels the terrible situation we find ourselves in today. (Please remember that these classes were taught by Harvard Law School folks with a string of letters behind their names as long as your arm.)"It has been determined that the president has committed treason in a manner unmistakable to all. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff convenes a covert meeting to get a vote of the JCS. (Here is where the Provost Marshall General of the Army and/or Marines may be in attendance.)

    Please remember at this time that a military officer takes an oath of office to do one thing and one thing only - "....... to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against ALL enemies, foreign OR DOMESTIC." They must determine above a reasonable doubt that the enemy domestic is the treasonous president.

    A convoy of 10 to 12 HIGH ranking officers depart the Pentagon, accompanied by a large contingent of Military Police (Provost Marshal General??) and all necessary armament and provisions to enter the grounds of the White House, by FORCE if necessary, proceed to the location of the president and put him under arrest.

    (This scenario is when we are not at DECLARED WAR)

    Then, The Chairman of the JCS would advise the Speaker of The House, The President of the Senate, The Attorney General and the Secretary of State of their actions.

    In times of DECLARED WAR, the president can be shot on the spot if he resists or is a threat to the nation or those around him. Please remember, that the last DECLARED WAR was the second world war, declared on 8 December 1941.
    #10     Feb 25, 2010