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@rdarnitall You're right, so far--they haven't gone that far yet as to restrict one's right to move wherever one chooses. Some who have financial hardships do not enjoy this same opportunity though.
6 months, 3 weeks ago on A Note for Nullification Deniers
@countyguard We're kind of screwed when the county is populated by liberal idiots who know nothing nor do they care that they are ignorant. Couple that with county sheriffs who don't know their behinds from a hole in the ground and you have a most offensive place in which to exist.
7 months ago on A Note for Nullification Deniers
@Roberto Benitez Yeah, I "conveniently" missed that. Guess you're Bobby on the spot.
7 months, 1 week ago on Eric Holder Threatens Kansas in Letter on Gun Control Nullification Law
@Roberto Benitez You're consulting SNOPES????? Seriously?
@BobBowser That's bothered me for some time also: The idea that any firearms that are manufactured in a state remain in that state.....WTH? This is how far the feds' usurpation of the Commerce clause has gone. The whole thing is just preposterous. This crapola MUST stop.
7 months, 1 week ago on Kansas to Eric Holder: We’re Not Backing Down!
@PowrlftngSlaven Love, love, love your second sentence!
@Begneli I'd say that it's more like "has grown" to be a monstrosity of dangerous usurped power.........
7 months, 2 weeks ago on Eric Holder Threatens Kansas in Letter on Gun Control Nullification Law
@stormtrooper1991 Well, at least there was an EFFORT put forth there. In Assachusetts, the criminals are going full steam ahead to get very stringent gun control "laws" in place--on top of an already liberal wet-dream set-up. They're all patting themselves on the back and congratulating themselves for their great efforts. I love this state but detest those who are unlawfully destroying it; and that includes so many of the Kalifornia transplants. How far they've left behind the original spirit of independence and stand-up behavior that once characterized this state.
7 months, 4 weeks ago on Kansas Governor Sam Brownback Signs 2nd Amendment Protection Act into Law
The fly in the ointment will be the local thugs with badges who will take it upon themselves to enforce these unlawful "laws".
@PaulYannucci So you're apparently not aware that EVERY war has been financed by and nursed into being by the effing banksters? It was OUR government's meddling, provocation and harassment of Japan that finally pushed them to attack at Pearl Harbor. The ships that were set up like bowling pins for the attacking planes to destroy were an intentional order that the then commander objected to. Perhaps you need to do some additional research and remember that the history taught to us all has been mainly lies and vital omissions.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on February 19, 1942: A Black Stain on American History
@Patrick Henry Exactly right. Though I've seen breathtaking corruption at city & county levels in Colorado, it still beats having to grapple with a tyrant that is so huge and nebulous as what our fed gov has become. It's all about waking up the sheeple to what's going on right in front of them.
11 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
@MichaelBroadway Focusing on mental illness will bring even MORE of the SSRIs into the picture until these abhorrent drugs are exposed for what they are and what they do. BigPharm is rubbing its evil paws in glee when they hear these well-schooled notions that are endlessly parroted by the lamestream media.
@OdellHarwell And yet, it seems that NONE of them have any interest in showing just which part of the Constitution gives them the authority to do ANY of what they do. Wouldn't that be a hoot if they were required to show such authorization/permission?
@Equality 7_2521 I think that probably would cause less of an uproar than expected; they'll just borrow more from Bernanke......problem solved.
@Patrick Henry When we finally get serious about telling the feds to go eff themselves we will STOP sending all our money (stolen tax money) to them and start spending it on the damned states.
@OdellHarwell I agree! But, this whole mess is so long overdue for correction. ;-))
I wish they'd said ANY and ALL so-called legislation from our illegitimate government....it's all unconstitutional. Geeze, why not go for the whole mess?
@ward7098 If we could starve them in fact--by withdrawing any monies that they get and ever could get--we'd have something worthwhile. As long as they're allowed to live their lavish lifestyles, at our expense, they could not care less what we think.
11 months, 1 week ago on 2013: The Tenther Movement Hits its Stride
@WilliamSchooler That is why it's imperative that we take our courts back.....we can convene our own grand juries. It always seems to come back to not enough people know what's going on and how utterly messed up things are. Education, education......
11 months, 1 week ago on Happy New Year! Are you with us for a big push th...
@onetenther Actually, state representatives signed those documents many years ago.....I certainly signed no such thing. Since none of them even deign to obey that which they swore an oath to uphold I should have absolutely NO obligation to respect a single word they might utter.