Well said. But I don't think that states will do anything about this. It is up to every single US citizen to stand up for what your country was founded on, or perish soon after.
The people, working within the States lobbying through their representatives is the only venue the people have to get the changes lawfully done...
You should read the first link in my signature block below, it will give you a sense of what less than 200 people starting in one state began, that has blossomed into a growth and concert, a knowledge of Constitutional process, that continues to change the paradigm today back toward our foundations. Changes are best affected in the states if we wish to deflate this unconstitutional beast.
The very fact that the People, through the states, contracted to unite by Constitution in the beginning, and with the same Constitution, created the federal agency, the agency as we see it today bloated with unconstitutional power, has become a raging behemoth.
So I agree, the people as individuals must stand up and speak up... yet we must first take back our states. The Constitution is a contract between the States after all, the federal agency is merely a creation of that contract. no more than a hired attorney actually...
We must absolutely avoid a physical conflict as long as we can in this fight to reconstitute our Republic, and the states must remain UNITED.
JTCoyoté "...the State of Colorado hereby claims sovereignty, under the 10th
Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, over all powers
not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by
the United States Constitution." ~From HJR-94-1035, the First
10th Amendment State Sovereignty Resolution, Apr. 21, 1994