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to blondewitha rifle: all you say is correct, but won't happen. It's going to take a cataclysmic event, or a revolution to bring that about. The rich and powerful never willingly let all their power go unless it's wrested from them. The corruption of the fed is tainting everything they touch, from our representives to obarfa. Even our local representative can't get campaign money unless they conform to the party agenda. They won't speak out against it because they won't be supported by their party. So they have to tow the line. It's just a merry-go-round with the media promoting and cheering on the whole affair. We know WHAT we need to do, but HOW do we make it happen is the big question.
1 year, 4 months ago on Words Don’t Matter, Actions Do
@freewill2 thankx free will for the info
to 4b4: sometimes I live in Georgia, sometimes in Alabama. How does that satify your curiosity? Both states are working on legislation pertinent to this issue.
@4b4mac Your wit is amazing, now what does it mean?
I was reading Mike Harlow's comment. He is so, so right. There is so much corruption that voting and being good citizens will not get us back where we were in the pre-civil war days. As the northern states won that battle, it's been one steady trek down the road of perdition. We've lost all of our rights since then, and only the wealthy elite have freedom. There is nothing ordinary citizens can do except sit back and watch it unfold.
I can see down the road when the much vaunted, heralded time comes when white europeans become a minority, the Obama of that happy day decides for whatever reason, some real or imagined threat, that particular minority is a threat. This will defintely happen. Right now, it's unfashionable to be a european, straight male. Some day soon, it may become dangerous. As a minority, what will we do? What could the Japanese do? The white, european, straight male is the Japanese of the future.
1 year, 5 months ago on February 19, 1942: A Black Stain on American History
@MikeLamb1 Very provocative, very interesting. Basically, if we each just keep chugging along doing whatever we're doing, destiny or God will continue toward it's path which is probably already determined. I can tell you've thought that one out, and it makes a lot of sense. If you (or me) think backwards for a minute, where we are now is because the federal government (especially Lincoln et al) overthrew the constitution during the civil war. The seeds for that war were set during the constitutional convention, which was predermined by the Anglo-Saxons and Celts that settled and the slaves and on and on. I see where that goes. What about a person who just lays around all day, watches tv, eats, breathes, etc.? Say a person like Honey Boo Boo's mother, what role does she or people like her play? Is your role or my role different or more meaningful or have more effect on an outcome further down the road?
1 year, 5 months ago on Texas Bill: 2nd Amendment is “Inviolate,” Criminal Charges for Feds who Violate it – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
@MikeLamb1 @rog363 Ya know, you got to be sort of puzzled when the imperial cheerleaders (like Larry the Cable Guy or Toby Keith) wail about America the free,etc. when if you speak out about things like the Germans, ww11 etc. or who really controls the media and other taboo such subjects you're going to have to look out for the IRS, or the DEA, or the FBI, and so many others. They want tell you that you can't talk about such things, but you'll get the message and the media won't be there. You'll just keep hearing the glorious, ringing jingoes about how good it is here for us.
1 year, 6 months ago on Texas Bill: 2nd Amendment is “Inviolate,” Criminal Charges for Feds who Violate it – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
@DavidKachel Right now we do. But what happens when swat teams are sent out randomly to pick up our guns? How many people are going to resist on an individual basis? There aren't enough Randy Weavers and David Koreshs around. You know, whether you agree with their beliefs or not, they did resist the Federal Goliath.
@zacncat @StephenLoneWolfCline I'm sure you know that the "news" shows on television on the right or the left are completely choreographed productions. The so-called newscasters or announcers are simply overpaid, made-up talking mouthpieces for the media bosses located far away. Their political views are scripted and defined within a very narrow frame and the talking heads you get to see are not going to rock the boat and knock theirselves out of all those perks and ridiculous salaries. Even the polished up right wing spokesman Sean Hannity admits that. The only source that approaches the true issues is talk radio. Of limited value is Herman Cain (use to be Neal Boortz) and Rush Limbaugh, all of which are on WSB radio in Atlanta.
@MikeLamb1 Are we just sitting or working or whatever while this stuff is happening all around us? It seems out of control.
@Alamo1 I don't follow, who would be our current day General Santa Anna?
@rog363 It's just that Hitler is a buzzword that works up everybody and our controllers know that. Personally, if you do the research, the REAL research, he wasn't doing anymore than our Presidents here have done over the years in the name of whatever cause. In particular, Jackson (with the Indians) Grant and Sherman (with the citizens, especially innocent women and children) and Roosevelt ( with the Japanese here in the U.S.) A charismatic,strong leader is the only thing that will save the culture here that created and built this country.
@rog363 I'm sorry, but I'll go ahead and say it--Hey, maybe Hitler is what we need!
@zacncat @StephenLoneWolfCline the talking points from the establishment political parties are that the 2nd amendment is for hunting and for self-protection meaning handguns that shoot maybe 6 times. The idea that the people would revolt on a regular basis to throw off tyrants was a belief that was expressed in the Federalists papers by the authors of the Constitution. THAT is what the 2nd is for. To protect us from THEM. That includes 30 round clips and more.
@StephenLoneWolfCline it's easier to fix on a state level than it is at a conglomeration like the U.S. beauracracy.
All this hub-bub by the president, the vice-president and certain radical senators and reps on the federal level just makes the remoteness of the federal government more obvious. Those people only are speaking to an elitist group in Hollywood, New York and inside the beltway of Washington, D.C. Each state, particularly southern states, need to promote and support people within our states to withdraw from the vile, evilness called the United States government. As the economy worsens, conditions become more Greece-like, it only makes more and more sense to control things on a local level. The distant government up there is becoming more and more out of touch. I'm surprised they even speak the same language.
Yea, who though is "we". Since the 1950's the Supreme Court has been acting unconstitutional. "we" have been complaining, sometimes loudly, but to whom? Who are they responsible to? Most of their decisions regarding "civil issues" are based on the 14th amendment which, if you research how that amendment was added, is bogus. I don't see any amount of complaining doing anything. Has it ever worked? Has a Supreme Court justice ever been disciplined in any way? Absolutely, no. Our only remotely possible solution to our quandry is to withdraw from this evil union like we did in 1861. Hopefully, it'll work next time
1 year, 6 months ago on Supreme Court Justices are Behaving Badly – Tenth Amendment Center Blog