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@servant @farmrdave @BobE Seems to me that we have been a strong productive country for a few reasons. One reason is vast resources, another is a growing population. Large families require constant new construction of homes. We no longer respect a person financially for the ability to produce food or structures. We only pay big money to those who shuffle papers, count and regulate. I think it is a disease that effects all governments. What I do not know is how to fix this. Like many others I can point at things that are not as they should be and complain, but in fact I do not know exactly how to correct the problem. For sure there are a few things I can state as fact toward reducing the problem. One is for the government to stop inflating our money. Inflation is exactly this, the government prints empty money. Obama has baled out Detroit. Detroit has more than 78,000 empty businesses. Obama funded Solyndra, it went bankrupt. The list is long. Pelosi advocates taking away constitutionally protected individual rights. Pelosi advocates killing not yet born citizens and at the same time votes to allow illegals to cross into out country with no medical inspection, no potential job, no plan to pay taxes, give them free citizenship. Like most persons I have may complaints but also have little to offer of a solution.
7 months, 2 weeks ago on Pelosi: GOP Needs “Lesson on the Birds and the Bees”
Always a Marine and those others who have been arguing with BobE. Look up saul alinski, read his 12 rules for radicals and it will shine light on BobE's methods and motives. Here is a link,
Notice BobE has not raised any facts? He has not challenged any facts? Go to that link and you will be reading his play book. George Orwell called what Pelosi is claiming government double speak. No other description fits better. Say it is for the public good and claim it is exactly the opposite of the reality and many will vote her back in next term. Add to that the illegals and remove all of the dead "would have been" voters from the rolls and you may get a picture of Pelosi winning another term.
@BobE@texasjo@LoranCarlson@mjz4043No matter listen to this Cuban survivor, http://www.cnsnews.com/blog/stephen-gutowski/cuban-revolution-survivor-warns-dangers-losing-gun-ownership-rights
@BobE@DrewbeScrewedBobE It sure worked well for the USSR. Seems to me that Russians and many others embraced communism with open arms back in Stalins day, or so I have read. One fact is that whatever Pelosi is advocating it is solidly anti-capitalism. Call it Progressivism, Liberalism, Communism, or any other of the ism's and some facts remain the same. Pelosi remains a enemy of our constitution, our representative republic, and liberty. In this case she is calling murder a method of birth control. Responsibility of ones actions cannot be taught by state run schools. It can only be taught in a structured family. Pelosi is one who supports changing the meaning of the word marriage to include those sexually perverted persons who do not have sex but instead co-masturbate. She is advocating fun, fun, fun, with teenage sexual experimentation and saying "no problem, it is OK to kill the accidental child". According to Wikipedia, " since 1973, roughly 50 million legal induced abortions have been performed in the United States." What does that do to the voting citizen at the polls while congress is allowing millions of illegal criminals to enter and vote in our country? Is this what is meant by the term Obamanation, or is it abomination. We Americans of good conscience must stand together for good and oppose this cancerous evil that has permeated our government. By promoting abortion (the killing of American citizens) all of Pelosi's actions are hereby nullified. see this link. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nullification_%28U.S._Constitution%29 If the Supreme court rejects this premise that is also nullified.
@zagozana Putting words into the mouths of those who state they are against abortion on grounds of murder. Government doublespeak. I speak only for myself here. I am opposed to government providing birth control and sex education. It is not a matter the government should be involved in. Organizations promoting abortion as a method of birth control have free access to our children. That is wrong. Morality is not a matter the "state" has any business interfering in. Besides the moral issues here. Murder is illegal. Pretending that killing a person before they are born is not murder is flat out lying. Rape and incest "are" exceptions, not inspite of human rights, because of them.
The article quotes, "And so people focus on the most extreme cases in terms of terminating a pregnancy.” What is more extreme than killing a fetus? Explain how killing a unborn citizen is less murder than killing anyone else. Life begins at conception. That is not opinion, it is proven fact. We have a US congressional representative advocating murder of unborn citizens, what about "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? What about her status as "Domestic Enemy of the Constitution"? Doesn't that make her comments null and void? She has advocated many times to violate constitutional law in relation to 2nd amendment rights. Seems to me that everything said by this woman is null and void before her voice begins to vibrate the air.
Rep. Pelosi does not seem to realize that abortion is murder of US citizens. She seems to consider it another form of birth control. If only she had been aborted.
This article says; " In order that the government remains able to operate, it needs a supply
of money from those living within the confines of our democracy." I must point out that the United States is not a democracy, it is a constitutional republic.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on Biden Goes After Violent Media With Taxation
Those who represent us in Congress who refer to themselves as "law makers" do not have the authority to ignore the law. Nor those elected by us to serve in the White House. Nor in the state or Oregon. ICE has brought a lawsuit against the federal government, see this link. (http://standwitharizona.com/blog/2013/04/24/judge-sides-with-ice-agents-says-obama-admin-cant-refuse-to-deport-illegal-aliens/) What is likely to happen, those illegals who receive the Oregon illegal 4 year license will be on a list for deportation later after the Obama "Dream Act" is overturned by the supreme court.
10 months ago on Ted Cruz Understands The Law: No Amnesty!
@OldFartAmerican I and many other Americans have taken a similar oath to support the constitution against all enemies foreign or domestic. Here is where I would like to include enforcing laws against those pretenders in congress that you mentioned. Only for them to act against their oath of office is not punishable under law. They are only on their own good behavior to act within the constitution and as we can see they are opposing it. My thought is that no law written contrary to constitutional law is a valid law. So what do we do? I am sure that unconstitutional laws will be enforced by police, IRS, federal police. For us to disobey on a individual basis will cause many to go to jail, have lives destroyed, property confiscated. Do you believe that we as a people en-mass will say no and no longer comply with law even if the laws are unjust? I doubt it. I think we will all be sucked into this evil movement of government like the water in a bathtub slowly bit by bit draining out the bottom and that there will never be a mass resistance. When in history has a population stood up to the slow takeover by a rabid government? Today I am still able bodied member of the US militia capable of participating in physical actions against a common enemy. In 10 years I will no longer be. There will never be an enemy to oppose the US militia, that is only a dream. Our rights will slowly evaporate like the water from a bowl left in the sun. The next generation or the one after that or the one after that will have no freedom but will still claim to live in a free country. They will not know the freedoms we have just like we do not miss the freedoms lost to us had by passed generations. So ya-old fart, I cannot disagree with anything you said but I challenge you to disprove anything I have said here either.
11 months ago on Colorado to Feds: Please Dominate Us
@KennethBowmanThe congressional oath of office; "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God". Senator Feinstein and all others who supported the 1994 gun ban by the oath of office are domestic enemies of the constitution. There are no teeth in the law preventing congresspersons from violating their oath. We need a rule in congress where each law proposed is first measured against constitutional limits, and before implementation is again measured against constitutional limits. Maybe extending the senate's "Cordon Rule" to include this measure against the constitution is a good place to start.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Liberals Rip NRA As They Lose Gun Control Battle
@donalde It has barely begun in the Senate. It may go on uninterrupted for decades.
To further explain. This article has provided a vary accurate description of standard liberal tools used in any argument. "If you are losing the argument scream, beat your head on the floor and throw things."
Vary good article.
@Daniel from TN @emick In my state Oregon or Orygun as we call it the greatest portion of the state is conservative, however the voting block in the cities are liberal in a high degree. I fully see the need for a congressional convention. But I am not sure of the outcome. All that can be done is to try it as it is not reasonable to continue along with this out of control cancerous federal government we have.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Administration Refuses to Explain Why It’s Arming a Domestic Agency for War
@KarenMorrisonSutton @farmrdave @Bob Higginbotham I phoned up four of the largest ammunition manufacturers about two weeks ago to ask "where is the ammunition?" Was told by three of them that the are running at greater volume than ever before and that it was all sold to regular civilian outlets. The fourth did not answer or return call. (Winchester, Remington, CCI, Federal.)
@Arizona Dude @Evermyrtle @farmrdave @Bob Higginbotham Probably will be more gun restrictions added to the books and then implemented slowly over time. When it is time to go door to door and collect guns it will be far too late to resist.
@Evermyrtle @Arizona Dude @farmrdave @Bob Higginbotham Hope that we are all wrong.
@Bob Higginbotham The shelves are empty at the ammunition store. Also empty are the shelves for powder for reloading.
The questions in my mind are who would use this ammunition and for what? I am concerned that there is a huge stockpile of ammunition somewhere not in the hands of free Americans or the military. To answer the Congressman's question. There is no legitimate reason for the government to have that much ammunition. If this ammunition is stockpiled somewhere and then falls into the hands of our enemies, what then? If this ammunition is not spread around in the safe hands of American citizens or guarded by our military, how is it secured? This amount of ammunition should be considered a weapon of mass destruction. It is gathered for a reason, is the reason one to benefit or secure American values? I doubt it. Circumstantial evidence, and a general feeling of secret wrong doing by those in power in our country do not give me comfort. For all practical purposes our civilian ammunition supply has been cut off. Congress must stop President Obama and his ilk from further damage to our country before it is too late. If Congress takes action to the limits of it's powers that will expose ulterior motives if there are any. Start by tossing those mutinous pretenders out of congress who are blatantly violating their oath of office.