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2 years 19 weeks ago, 12:01 PM

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This is becoming likely to happen in the near future. What you see here is a prelude to coming events.
The Obama regime has set the stage, not for a city, but the whole country. Their army of thugs include ACORN,Black Panthers, Communist Party USA, willing union thugs and greedy protesters being led by their noses by the snake oil salesman and the Great Messiah of the democrats, Barack Husein Obama, AKA Barry Soetoro, a devout Socialist.

FIRST FACTS:

DO NOT DELETE THIS bit of US History with which you may not have been familiar - View This and Share It - pray it will never comes to the need for such a response to government!!

http://voxvocispublicus.homestead.com/Battle-of-Athens.html

2 years 19 weeks ago, 2:07 PM

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2 years 19 weeks ago, 2:44 PM

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You is alright if you be a black panther at a polling place with a large stick. Since "law enforcement" won't protect our voting rights and "law enforecment" violate the 1st amendment maybe the "Battle of Athens" could replay sooner than later.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/03/08/taking-liberties-first-amendm...

Ya think?

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2 years 19 weeks ago, 3:53 PM

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best video on gunslot I've ever seen.thank you sam,great post!why don't they teach that in school?i have never heard of that event until now.

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2 years 19 weeks ago, 4:29 PM

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99% of the teachers are Liberals and this would upset their new minions minds....

1 year 20 weeks ago, 9:50 AM

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I just read the intro. No way in hell that some shit like that wwould happen now a day without the american people fighting back.hahaha fucking corrupt fag. I wish they would dare and make a move.they cant stand against millions of law abiding citizen.they can take that shit to iran or whereever not in america. Remember when the british came.they lefted the same way they came.no different just better weapons.

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1 year 20 weeks ago, 11:22 AM

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gun grabbers.....

All American citizens MUST stand together in this or we all lose.

1 year 20 weeks ago, 11:25 AM

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I agree with gomer. An arm country is a free and safe country

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 11:49 AM

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Voter intimidation at polls, people voting multiple times, why do you think the left is now so determined to allow the legalization of currently illegal immigrants? I know your comments were posted 17 weeks ago, but it has been happening since well before that/

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 3:48 PM

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Our Country

Our country has been hijacked, it will be up to us regain the country left to us 237 years ago. Our bill of rights and constitution have been set asides, and the dependent class does not care, as long as they continue to receive their benefits. This is what or government has done to us, both republicans and democrats share in this, they all must go, I can not think of a better argument for term limits than that.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 3:28 PM

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Good arguement, BUT

from a practical standpoint, how can we accomplish legislation of term limit modifications [constitutional amendment] when the persons most instrumental in the process have the most to "lose".[ 2/3 vote of both the House and Senate] and if that miracle were to happen, 37 states would also have to ratify? It is a very cumbersome and time-consuming process

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 3:40 PM

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Agreed

They would never go for it themselves. We would need to as a country, only vote for those that would push that agenda. It does sound much easier that it is, it would be like shoveling shit against the tide with a pitchfork.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 3:55 PM

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Term limits violate the will of the voters. Like it or not, when you have a dependent class, uneducated, uncaring population, nancy pelosi is who you get. Rather than demand term limits, the population must be better educated. In order for the population to be better educated, you have to have party leadership that understands how to use Rules for Radicals for our gain. If conservatives cannot learn to articulate the message and to have a unified voice, then the libs win. Plain and simple.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 6:07 AM

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Quote/ when you have a dependent class, uneducated, uncaring population, nancy pelosi is what you get/Unquote.
I am not kidding or being sarcastic: I genuinely believe this statement is one of simple, clear-cut devastating eloquence.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 11:48 AM

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Thanks, LLE

I have two brain cells left in my head, and one is chasing the other around, trying to kill it. I suppose every once in a while, they accidentally collide, causing a thought and an excruciating headache.

I look at some of the people they have in office, people like Feinstein, Boxer, and Pelosi, and I think there's absolutely no way these people are actually representative of their districts, so it has to be a simple matter of these people are better at sending the message to the voters that they will ensure the handouts keep coming. I personally know people that, during the 2008 election, said they were voting democrat no matter what, because they wanted to be part of history, helping to elect either the first woman or first black man to the presidency. These people were conservative in almost every way, except they were welfare whores, so while they said they wanted to help make history, they really just wanted to keep their "laziness subsidies" intact.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
1 year 2 weeks ago, 7:57 PM

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Yes to term limits!

A couple of problems. The first is that if the people vote for term limits, then that is the will of the people. The next problem is that without term limits, then we get the Nancy Pelosi type career politicians. Setting on a committee and making laws should not be anyone's lifetime career. This problem is on the right side as well, John Boehner comes to mind. Both parties are horrible and try to impose their will over the wishes of the people that elected the congress. I love my country and my children, so I really don't want to see them both die in another revolution. The only way this can be done is at the state level. The people in each state pass legislation pushing for federal term limits. The people of these state will have to at the same time elect congressmen that share these views, I.E. vote out the incumbents. This can be done if it is done on parallel paths.

Washington has a way corrupting most who go there, so why set ourselves up for more disappointment? We have term limits in Missouri and every year there is someone who up against the limit and complains that they are being forced out, hogwash. I'm so tired of the elitest attitude that these people know better than the rest of us. We need less government not more. In an effort to get reelected, these people pass laws we really do not need so that they can show that they did something. How much time is wasted while they campaign for reelection? Why do we pay them a salary to campaign? All these entitlements are from career politicians trying to buy votes. Without the constant attempt to buy their vote, how long will the low information voters pay attention?

I had a coach that like to say that you'll put on a cup when you get tired of getting hit in the balls. Well, how long is the American people going to keep getting hit in the balls before we put on that cup? If you limit the time they spend in Washington, then you limit the damage that anyone person can cause. Also, if we don't have more than 535 good people to serve every 2 years, then we are passed the point of being screwed.

1 year 2 weeks ago, 7:46 PM

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I have to disagree

Term limits are the answer. It's the career politician that has ruined our republic. We were able to set term limits on the president, so why can't we get this done? Will it be hard, yes. We need regular people who live regular lives to speak for regular folks.

1 year 2 weeks ago, 9:43 PM

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Term Limits

The system is set up to make it easy for the incumbants to get re-elected. The it is now, a good portion of the republicans are no better than the democrats. It seems oince these assholes get to washington, they get brain enimas.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 10:06 PM

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One and done!

One and done!

1 year 2 weeks ago, 5:45 AM

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Dems and Reps

They also have done studies, (the government loves to pay for studies, with our money) on the type of people who serve in congress. On the Dem side, these people worked for other politicians right out college and never really worked in the real world or ran a business. On the Rep side, they tend to be people who worked in the real world and ran businesses. They then turn to politics because of the mountain of problems the government gave them at every level, to just try and make a dollor. That is why term limits are a must, to get red of these elitist, carrear criminals/politicians.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 11:38 AM

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It's irreparable, IMO. The only solution now is to let it crash and burn and rebuild from the ashes. A new constitution and new government. Based largely on the old, of course, with all the good that worked but the bad parts that didn't re-thought.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 6:31 AM

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I know this a cliché. We can do whatever our national will drives us to do. We have demonstrated that, throughout history, with some bumbling and stumbling along the way.

Any country which can set a decade goal to land humans on the moon, and make it happen, can fix our crumbling federal organization.

We have lots of lessons learned.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 11:52 AM

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is that it won't. If we give up, the socialists win control, and it won't collapse. Look how long it took the USSR to fall, and that was with us trying to help it along. Imagine the left completely in control of this land with its resources and no strong opposing force. They will rule for generations.

Giving up must not be an option. Look around, say "Man, that election sucked", knock the dust off, and get ready for the next fight. We are right. They are wrong.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 12:46 PM

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LLE and Runny

I know I'm getting cynical, but, realistically, I don't see a realistic way in which the current system could be saved. We'd have to repeal, revoke, and reverse the last 100+ years of legislation, executive orders, and judicial decisions. And then re-work (through amendments) the constitution to correct the ambiguous working, gaps in logic, and other shortcomings of it that allowed all this to begin with.
It would be easier to re-write the constitution and then sunset the old one on the effective date of the new. Most constitutional republics (based on the USA, I might add) have done this. And I would argue that the founders intended and expected this. Likely much sooner than now.

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1 year 2 weeks ago, 8:41 PM

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I would be opposed to

Rewriting the constitution on a couple different levels, first I think that today's "leader s" are way to biased to be kin to an original thought regarding legislation as compelling as the original constitution .
Secondly, it's not the constitution that needs a revamp, rejuvenation, and down right soul searching,"what are you gonna do bitch" but the will of the people that needs to change.

Until the people change, or become cannon fodder,all this other bullshit is just that.

When you read the constitution, it is pretty clear and straight forward.

It needs to become that easy again.

It really does.

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1 year 1 week ago, 8:38 AM

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You are 100% correct, sir. That IS the real problem. Like I said, I guess I'm getting cynical and defeatist, but I just really lost hope there is good end in sight.

But the root problem is that we, the people, have allowed all this. We've traded our liberties for promised security and/or prosperity. Whether we were active participants or passively watched and allowed it to happen. We've taken our gifts for granted and have gotten spoiled.

But, whether the current document survives or not, one thing is clear: We need a major shake-up to trigger something and we need to earn our liberty again.

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1 year 1 week ago, 5:55 AM

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I am certain I am having a failure of imagination and intelligence, and I am suffering a personal addiction to the constitution as presently amended. I am incapable of imagining this country without the bedrock that the founders originally gave us. I honestly believe that the country's normal curve of intelligence has slipped badly. For me, that means our national ability to LEARN, GROW and CONTINUALLY IMPROVE has become more and more degraded as time has proceeded form the 20th to the 21st century. Thus, I sincerely doubt that our nation has the intellectual capability OR the will to produce a new, improved constitution--at least within a reasonable time frame before the Sun burns out. [ even though it took us only 10 years to go to the moon].
Our nation has become fat, dumb and happy, because more and more of us seem to believe that we have the financial capability and thus, have the obligation to "take care of" one another. [and a lot of the rest of the world]. Such misplaced "compassion" has, among other things , gotten us to a 17 trillion dollar level of debt--which as a percent of GDP-- has reached this level only once before, during WWII, when we were in a SURVIVAL mode. NOW, we are in an increasingly, SELF-INDULGENCE mode.
Thus, before we talk seriously about re-writing or "fixing" the constitution, I believe we had better be talking about re-writing our national priorities and value systems, and determine what it would take to live by them. That means fixing OURSELVES as LBC alluded to. [ Sort of like either redistribute ourselves into oblivion, versus hitch up our national suspenders, get to work, paint our OWN wagon, and stop trying to make the world into the United States of Earth].

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1 year 1 week ago, 9:51 AM

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Yeah, I mostly agree with you on this as evidenced in my reply to Lucky. The biggest problem IS the mentality of "the people" right now. But this could only be corrected by a cataclysmic event forcing a culling, or a man-made culling al la "population cleansing".
Also, I wouldn't want our current representatives re-writing the Constitution by any means. They would absolutely miss the point and only further our path to destruction. It would have to be the people. A large band of patriots marching on D.C. and forcing change.
I'm not sure why so many are opposed to a redrafted Constitution. The one we are on is, in a sense, not #1 but #2. I would just like a lot of the items that we all know isn't working out (the enumeration of congressional powers and the scope of the SCOTUS' decisions, for example) to be re-visited, and the things that are great re-emphasized (e.g. 10th amendment, electoral process). With more "explanation" in the constitution so that when, as in our situation, future generations get dumbed down, even they can understand, or at the very least, have less plausible argument against liberty.

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