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03/07/2013

cmblake6:

Need I say more? Really?

Originally posted on Mountain Republic:

Land of the Free?

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  1. poetopoet permalink
    03/07/2013 05:58

    When and because 51% of the citizens of the United States allegedly voted for Obama; the 49% are deemed expendable, ominous and considered anonymous victims, by the give-me and gummy pedestrian caretakers, who are now the subjected ruling class of “We the People”, the perceived threatened 49%, rebels without of a cause to them.

    The precipitation and freedoms guaranteed and given by The U.S. Constitution have indeed evaporated into dust, for dust unto dust “We the People” shall rest, because they voted against Obama and did nothing to stop their own erosion.

  2. 03/07/2013 11:02

    Ever wonder what would have happened if all voters actually had to prove who they were? If they had to prove that they were registered to vote legally, and that they only voted once?

  3. upaces88 permalink
    03/07/2013 11:20

    The machines were also rigged. There was a very large noise about that in Ohio. One specific case, a woman DID complain that when she voted for Romney…it went to Obama. She was ignored and told to leave.

    People in Ohio went in to vote, and many of them were turned away stating “You’ve already voted.” There was massive fraud. He DID NOT WIN. Romney never said a word. Why not?

  4. upaces88 permalink
    03/07/2013 11:22

    There is a quote by Stalin about voting. I am paraphrasing. “It isn’t the number of votes cast, it is WHO counts the votes.

  5. upaces88 permalink
    03/07/2013 11:26

    There are 8 hrs of Rand Paul’s Filibuster on here:
    http://pumabydesign001.com/2013/03/07/rand-pauls-epic-filibuster-hours-1-9/#comment-26789

  6. 03/07/2013 12:35

    All good statements. As for Romney not speaking up? I tend to think continuing to breathe is a fairly important thing for himself and his family.

  7. upaces88 permalink
    03/07/2013 12:39

    I wondered about that after I mouthed off!

  8. upaces88 permalink
    03/07/2013 12:41

    Asshole asked him to lunch at the WH the next week. Talk about insult to injury…. that must have hurt deeply for Romney.

  9. 03/07/2013 12:44

    No doubt.

  10. Dr. Jeff permalink
    03/07/2013 22:10

    OK, we’re all terrorists now. What’s next?

    There’s a huge push by Obama for gun control. Given some of the outrageous ideas that have been proposed and how little push back we’ve heard from the Republican leadership lately, I’m a little worried. Pretty much any of us here could be targeted for sedition for no other reason than we’ve consistently opposed Obama’s policies and it’s a safe bet that most (if not all) of us own firearms.

    Since I’m on speaking terms with several of the local Liberals, I’ve posed the question; “Why does Obama get a pass for continuing and expanding some of the worst of Bush’s policies?” I have received no functional responses. I’ve had people change the subject and others have attacked me for racism, but no one has even tried to explain why bad policies under Bush are good policies under Obama.

    Frankly, I’m scared. I know perfectly well that the very worst case scenarios are unlikely to happen and that even most of the milder possibilities won’t happen either. However, the very fact that so many things are lining up scares me. I’ve read commentaries by perfectly sane people where they talk about the possibility, even the likelihood of having to take an armed protest to the streets. Some of them almost seem to look forward to it. This is the most violent public mood I’ve seen since the late 1960′s and early 1970′s. Back then, it was the Long Hairs vs the Hard Hats and the anti Viet Nam demonstrators against anything in a uniform. That period left some scars that still haven’t healed.

    The war drums are beating, where are we going?

    btw – The other possibility for Romney’s lack of protest is that the whole election was a massive piece of Kabuki theater. That’s why I’m no longer sure he was that good of a candidate. He’s the one who was left standing after the grueling Republican primaries, but that doesn’t mean he was the best candidate for the U.S. A few people here pointed that out during the election, I don’t think we should forget it.

  11. 03/07/2013 22:39

    No, Romney was not the best option. Kabuki is very probableAs for the people getting up to boiling, do you blame them? As for comparing the retention of the worst of Shrub to Ovamit and it’s wonderful, shut up racist.

  12. Dr. Jeff permalink
    03/07/2013 22:59

    No, I don’t blame them, I’m one of them. I do not like it when the government defines me as a terrorist merely for having a contrary opinion and believing that all 10 Amendments in the Bill of Rights are important.

    I’d hoped to finish the next 20 years or so being slightly eccentric and enjoying my hobbies and work. I’m not looking forward to armed conflict and I hope it’s avoidable, but if it comes, it comes. If it does, may G-d have mercy, we’re going to need it.

  13. 03/07/2013 23:25

    I do agree, but I love my son and daughters. “If not now, when? If not here, where?” I dread this as much as you do. I pray for mental healing of those in power. If we get it done, they may have to sweep up the pieces, but they won’t have to be involved in bringing down the enemy.

  14. poetopoet permalink
    03/08/2013 10:59

    Dr. Jeff: I do not know if it is my age at 69, for I am having a tough time trying to rationalize these current events. Some of We the People have given-away and forfeited our rights because of the perceived guilt of being called a racist by outright racists, who are nothing but a pack of thieves and radical un-American pundits, getting highly paid, who appear to have no backbone conscious or loyalty to their alleged elected principles.

    With the irrational voting of my alleged political favorites, I am terribly disappointed in all of them, to the point of disgust. If twenty years ago someone prophesized this, I would say never, but the trickle down has become a flood of costly corrupt errors, by all of them again, leaving me and you (I think) in a benign predicament.

    I how fear my own government, military and everything established, be that local government or major corporations. The only solution, I see is divine intervention, but I count that out, because of all of this nations sins against God’s Commandments.

    So, I must be happy with life so far, I have had a good one. If I pray more, maybe Heaven will have chat rooms and for old farts, should I be so lucky to get in.

  15. 03/08/2013 11:04

    That may be so. And that was near poetically said.

  16. poetopoet permalink
    03/08/2013 12:33

    cmblake6: I am but Cinna, the not so innocent poet of Rome past now. I pray tell my friends, citizens, of America, Obama is a no good pest and must pass on the presidency and bury him, for he and his assassins manipulated his raise to president. Anthony, dare not at this time rouse the blacks and liberal mobs to oust The Tea Partiers, for we see the light and like the white light of freedom. Thus, will give them each two lumps, for you know where and how we load our automatic two arms, too arms!

  17. 03/08/2013 14:52

    Good again! Your grasp and construction are brilliant!

  18. upaces88 permalink
    03/08/2013 18:07

    We need to compare the list of 55 in D.C. who took $ from HAMAS and CAIR (it was 54; however, Nancy Pelosi took $ a day or so after this list came out.
    Compare the list that voted him in vs. who all in D.C. took the $$.

    http://politicalvelcraft.org/2012/06/18/criminal-54-members-of-congress-commit-treason-taking-money-from-hamas/

  19. 03/08/2013 23:12

    Good plan. Let me know, research it for me, put it up everywhere you go!

  20. upaces88 permalink
    03/09/2013 00:04

    THAT is a very big Homework assignment. Will I get a PhD? lol

    Okay, I now have it on my “To Do” list for 2morrow.

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