Essay On Go Against The Government

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Has there ever been something that the government has done that you do not agree with or are against? In my opinion, it is appropriate to go against the government. The reasons why it is appropriate to go against the government is because as they collect your money for things like Obama Care, using our tax money for reasonable causes, and the government taking away our second amendment. Individual have gone against the government before, such as the african americans in Montgomery, so it is possible and can be done.What would the world be like if there were no guns, would it be safer? No, it is not guns that kill people, it is people who kill people. THe United States government believes the opposite they are trying to take the citizens …show more content…
Have you ever wondered where your money goes after paying taxes? An enormous amount of the United States money is wasted of this that do not benefit us or help us instead it is used by sending money to countries that don 't have the same views as us, and do not appreciate the help they receive from the United States. There is no reason why the United States government should send their money overseas when there are real problems here such as poverty and debt. This is a reason why Americans have the right to go against the government and petition them to stop sending money over to those countries. The United States just needs to use their money wisely and really understand the areas investing our money in. The United States supplied Osama Bin Laden with money used to fight against Iraq. This money was not used to fight Iraq, it was used for them to buy weapons. Therefor, little did they know he turned on the U.S. in an attack that caused the tragedy of 9/11. The United States government is also supply money to countries that have our US troops held hostage. It is not right that the U.S. Is giving money to the country 's that have American people held

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