#53 Liberal AL> -Akat, You seem like a real nice person, but trust me you don't want to start advocating assassination as a way to remove someone from office.
I stated no such advocation, but simply pointed out that when the general populace is unarmed it makes overthrowing a dictator far more difficult. This includes action directed towards the dictator personally or action directed towards the minions who are carrying out said dictators policies. My comments were in no way directed towards the U.S. but only those three dictators previously mentioned.
And as you may well be aware, there were more than a few assassination attempts/plots against old Adolf by those in and outside the military. Even the U.K. did some planning on assassinating him but as far as I know, nothing went beyond the drawing board stage.
However, you still have ignored the history lessons showing armed civilians having the possibility of overthrowing the current ruling government. The U.S. Revolutionary War being a sterling example, especially since the earliest armed conflicts was over gun/powder control. ;)
You might also wish to study the Battle of Athens, Tennessee for a small example of armed civilians defeating mini-tyrants.