You say want to burn down the IRS.
You want State rights to trump federal laws and public ownership.
You say that individuals are above the law.
Good fine, get on with it, but before you take on the might of the corporations, the military industrial complex and government security agencies you might like to propose what you intend to do after you have won. I would appreciate if you told me beforehand as unless you have a rock solid plan, you wont be around afterwards. You see the problem you have is that we on the left have been saying the apparatus of the state is just too powerful for decades; whereas those on the right you voted for have been building them up to keep you bloody safe for all these years. You always wanted an over powerful yet small government without actually thinking through just what that means.
Right that's the logistics dealt with, now...
Fidel and Che had a plan, what is yours? Some libertarian far west paradise? The Bolsheviks had a plan, even the Nazi's had a plan, the results were somewhat iffy to say the least.
So without government are you hoping for an anarchist inspired utopia yet you want everyone armed and dangerous. From what I have seen so far you are pretty good at chewing gum and looking brutish, but do you have what it takes to build a nation? Personally I might side with the government if you are the face of the revolution.
It is all very well posturing and chewing gum but where is your manifesto, somewhere in the bowels of the KKK HQ? What are your objectives apart from tax avoidance? Do you think the Koch's will be on your side if you threaten the economic stability that made them wealthy beyond all reason? I would even have a little bet that if your tea party heroes were voted in they would shock even your tiny minds by their authoritarian fervor.
OK, so you say you want a revolution, spit it out, I'm listening.
There will be crickets.