When in 2010 Thomas Woods published Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, he become not only one of the hottest but also one of the most controversial figures on the political scene – applauded by libertarians, constitutionalists, and large factions of the conservative grassroots; derided by the Democratic and Republican establishments alike. All for factually pointing out that the states have always had a way to exercise their sovereign authority and that it didn't involve raising their hands and asking the federal government or its courts for permission.
"I go shooting all the time." Right, because 2nd amendment is about shooting-sports and hunting. He just seems like a regular gun loving guy like anyone else, doesn't he? Remember this one: "I swear to... preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." Ha! This guys got a million of 'em.