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Off to WND for a few minutes for some interesting stuff

11/12/2012

We have heard a bit about secession, haven’t we? Here is a little thing about that, because I’m listening to Joe Pags right now. Caught my ear, so I decided to do a quick search on this:

Since WND first reported that residents in the state of Louisiana were petitioning to secede from the U.S., residents in over 20 more states have filed requests with the White House to peaceably break from the union.

Let us take a look at this, which ones?

Joining Louisiana now are Arizona, Oklahoma, Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee, Michigan, New York, Colorado, Oregon, New Jersey, North Dakota, Montana, Indiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Florida, North Carolina, Alabama and Texas.

But why would they want to do that? / sarc

“As the Founding Fathers of the United States of America made clear in the Declaration of Independence in 1776: ‘When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.’”

The petition concludes with a further quote from the Declaration of Independence: “‘Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and institute new Government.’”

Okay, if Arizona and Texas want to split, and New Mexico where I live is right between them, and Colorado is directly above us, I think it is safe to say we go too. Or Old Mexico takes over New Mexico, but there is only one tiny channel into NM from OM, so that doesn’t sound like too much of a worry. Shame there isn’t an emoticon showing gleeful rubbing of hands together  you know? The Texas petition is a bit different from the Louisiana one:

The Texas petition explains itself this way: “The U.S. continues to suffer economic difficulties stemming from the federal government’s neglect to reform domestic and foreign spending. The citizens of the U.S. suffer from blatant abuses of their rights such as the NDAA, the TSA, etc. Given that the state of Texas maintains a balanced budget and is the 15th largest economy in the world, it is practically feasible for Texas to withdraw from the union, and to do so would protect it’s citizens’ standard of living and re-secure their rights and liberties in accordance with the original ideas and beliefs of our Founding Fathers, which are no longer being reflected by the federal government.”

Okay, I’m thinking I might not have to sell my house after all.

Okay, down at the bottom of that post are several others about chanting to Karl Marx at the demoncrap victory rally, that has a link to the original story. There is this theory from Aaron Klein about Petraeus bailing as he did. You’ve probably heard that gun sales are up again, wanna know which ones? Gotta wonder “why those”, eh? :twisted:

But more importantly, this one needs addressing on it’s own rather than just linking it. A well researched article on the fact of the fraud. How about:

  • In September, the Columbus Dispatch in Ohio reported this sad and ugly news: “More than one out of every five registered Ohio voters is probably ineligible to vote. In two counties, the number of registered voters actually exceeds the voting-age population: Northwestern Ohio’s Wood County shows 109 registered voters for every 100 eligible, while in Lawrence County along the Ohio River it’s a mere 104 registered per 100 eligible. Another 31 counties show registrations at more than 90 percent of those eligible, a rate regarded as unrealistic by most voting experts. The national average is a little more than 70 percent. In a close presidential election where every vote might count, which ones to count might become paramount on Election Day – and in possible legal battles afterward.” The Dispatch asked Ohio’s chief elections official, Secretary of State Jon Husted, what could be done about this problem. His answer? Not enough. Nine months ago, he asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder for a personal meeting to discuss how to balance seemingly conflicting federal laws so he could pare Ohio’s dirty voter list without removing truly eligible voters. Holder’s office never even bothered to reply – to either Husted or the newspaper. What does that tell you? It tells me voter fraud is and was an important tactic in re-electing Holder’s boss and Democrats throughout the country. Anyway, we all know how Ohio voted.

Or:

  • How about Michigan – Romney’s home state? How did Obama win such a resounding victory when the polls showed the two candidates in a virtual tie? And how is it that Obama won by 9 points while Democrats suffered a string of defeats down the entire state ballot? For instance, Republicans maintained control of both the state House and the Supreme Court, while Democrats lost three ballot propositions.

Or:

  • Then, of course, there is the fine work of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas, which demonstrated, over and over again on camera, the willingness and ability of Democratic operatives to cheat and commit fraud to win elections.

Or:

  • How about WND’s own investigation in which it demonstrated conclusively that the Obama campaign welcomed foreign contributions by intentionally leaving vulnerabilities in its web donation page that allowed even those using bogus names, disposable credit cards and foreign IP addresses to donate cash? The classic example was when WND staffers did just this using the name Osama bin Laden, listing his occupation as “deceased terrorist” and employer as “al-Qaida.” The contributions were accepted by the Team Obama, just as it accepted foreign contributions from the Palestinian Authority in 2008, as WND’s Aaron Klein demonstrated.

I find these somewhat a clue, don’t you? These are the sorts of things that inspire this talk of revolution or secession. I spent 20 years defending and trying to hold this nation together, never dreaming that this could happen. I take that back, I knew about the KGB, I knew about their plans of how to infect our political system, I knew the quote from Kruschev about building tensions until they were about to explode, then seeming to collapse. “When the Americans open their arms to welcome us in, we will stab them in their exposed underbelly”. No security violation, you can now google it.

We should have listened to Patton.

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    11/12/2012 18:12

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