Romans 13 says to obey the governing authorities. But what I am sure a lot of people know is that there are a lot of nations in which the government can be downright cruel and discriminatory to certain people.
Nations like North Korea, Cuba, most of Africa, Haiti, Mexico, Venezuela, and possibly China have governments that ruthlessly rob the poor and give to the rich, always continuously widening the gap between rich and poor. They do not serve people with disabilities. People with such ailments as polio, muscular dystrophe, paraplegia, quadriplegia, those in wheelchairs, and not to mention those with learning and/or developmental disabilities like myself get no help whatsoever from those governments. Some of those nations, like North Korea, even punish people for Christianity. I even read that once, 5 Christian leaders in North Korea were publicly executed, just for their religion, by being run over with a steamroller. China has a forced abortion policy for families who have more than 1 child.
Even the USA is not always exactly kind to the poor. Every day, retirees/elderly people, people who are laid off, and such get evicted from their homes and made homeless, the bureaucracies don't allow people with disabilities who receive disability benefits to retain their benefits if they get married. I mean, even if the non disabled spouse is capable of providing for the household, it would still be nice if the disabled spouse could at least provide some financial backup.
Does anyone think that the Bible might provide exceptions for those types of situations in government? Or is it in fact a sin to try to overthrow corruption?