“Anarchy. Chaos.” Uncle Benjamin stared out the window of his office at an eerily dark Washington, DC at night. Once lit bright with street lamps and the speeding torches of automobile headlights, this city seemed a shell of its former self. “The nuclear option is all that we have left.” He turned to his fellow jurists, each of them nodding in silence.
“Anarchy. Chaos.” Justice Benjamin Isaacson stared out the window at an eerily dark Washington, DC. Once lit bright at night with street lamps and automobile headlights, this city seemed a shell of its former self. “The nuclear option is all that we have left.” He turned to face his fellow jurists, each of them nodding in silence.
A nation devastated by deadly jihadist attacks and crippling financial losses stood at the brink of ruin. Broken into regions united more by political polls than by state lines, citizens struggled to rebuild their lives. Former “rights” of Americans were turned into “weapons” against them, and a strangled Government sought to appease ISAM. The appeasement failed.
A thousand miles west of the nation’s capital, a small group debated the chilling words of Miriam’s Uncle Benjamin. “The nuclear option,” one of them repeated. “A brand new Constitution.”
Miriam nodded, all eyes watching for her reaction. Her “sisterhood” band of militia had found the weak spot in ISAM’s defense, turning the tide of a battle that the Government could not win… or would not. Yet her uncle’s challenge of a Constitutional battle was so much greater than that of combat. It promised an uncertain battleground, shifting alliances, and deceit. The only way out? To never have gotten here in the first place.
“We have no other option,” she said. “Congress must respond if 38 states vote for a new Constitution.” She hesitated, then added “Without it, America won’t survive.”
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