if we are to have civil war, i propose the first battleground to be hard on the c.i.a. headquarters, which is the locus of obama's sedition campaign against the trump administration & the united states of america. just as in the bible, "... ashes to ashes ..." and all that, the objective of the first battle should be to level the c.i.a., plow the remains into the ground, and salt the earth above them.
as a second battleground, the state department should be next, and it should be room to room combat, starting with nicholas burns's office, and continuing until all of the clinton and obama appointees & hires are disposed of.
california, oregon and washington to be the next battlegrounds. (it will cut down on travel costs for me, personally. hell, start the whole fracas on my front porch, if it is to come to all that, and that will definitely save travel costs. i am old, and civil war will consume me quickly, so why not have a front porch view of the start. saves on gas & eats, and cuts down on anxiety, very quickly i should imagine. but, it will be fun while it lasts.)
the major city in the united states to be laid siege are new york city, and the headquarters of the lotus eaters in california. the rest will fall into line.
if obama & soros want civil war, let us give it to them, and the sooner the better. and, start with the hot beds of the opposition to the united states government as legally constituted, and destroy the c.i.a. and the state department, and take out the major media headquarters and outlets in the united states, to include the new york times and the washington post. and, don't forget the los angeles and seattle times newspapers, home to some of the most rabid leftists in the country.
let us not forget daily kos, my favorite. they promote obama's sedition, let them pay for it as well. fair is fair.
john jay @ 03.06.2017
p.s. i am a bit of a civil war history buff. to my mind, it is fitting that only 12 miles separate manassas junction, the site of the first battle of the american civil war from fairfax, virginia home of the c.i.a. why not keep epochal events in history in the same neighborhood, as it were?