A better question is what do you think that quote means?
Too many people take it to mean that we must fight oppression with violence when such oppression takes hold of our government.
I think it means what it sounds like... From time to time patriots must risk life and blood to fight a corrupt government with force.
But why? What does such violence solve? History has shown us you'd be exchanging one corrupt government for another through such methods.
The revolutionary war was about repelling invaders from our soil AFTER we had already absolved any hold the British government had on us. It was not about sallying forth to the British Isles and killing the king. The first way is inherently peaceful, though it ended in bloodshed mostly due to British arrogance at the time. The second is what you suggest, pure force, which would have only ended in our absolute defeat.
Solving problems with force is, I believe, a byproduct of modern American colonialism and the lies and half truths we learn from the history books we read, as well as the media we watch.
Be wary of what you think, for it may be the way you're taught to think.