What Would Rosa Parks Do?

What Would Rosa Parks Do?

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NOTE: December 1st is an important day for me. In 1955, “Rosa Parks Day” was born – it was the day she refused to obey bus driver James F. Blake’s order that she give up her seat in the so-called colored section to a white passenger, after the white section was filled. In 1972, I was born. Over my earliest years, I never would have thought there was any significance to this date beyond a coincidence. And my logical side tells me there still is not. But on the other hand, as our work here at the Tenth Amendment Center has grown in size, strength and influence, that December 1st connection has grown more special to me. In that spirit, I wanted to share with you today an article that I published on May 16, 2012: The Rosa Parks Method for Liberty. I believe the message and the lessons are timeless.

Recently, as state and local governments have been passing legislation requiring non-compliance with the kidnapping provisions of the 2012 NDAA, a number of people who oppose NDAA have begun to attack these efforts to resist it – as little more than a sham.

Vince Brown, for example, gets the ball rolling with this:

“I don’t find the appeal here, isn’t all it says is that they will simply just sit back and watch the feds do what they want?”

Brian Ryman goes a little deeper:

“While the state of Virginia has passed what many feel to be the first significant blow against the NDAA , I have a few reservations about what is purported by some to be a victory. My main concern is

You can read the rest of this article at: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/2012/12/01/what-would-rosa-parks-do/