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@Just the Facts Maam @NelsonM77
Knowing the truth comes from inside and I believe that Nelson has a missing part. It's a shame that some have to intellectualize everything so that that they can feel superior and can't believe anything on faith and faith alone. Would you ever be able to believe that someone loves you and be secure in that belief? You can't see or prove the love of a child or spouse or even a great friend. It's a shame that anyone would have to live such a paranoid and insecure life.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on A Merry Christmas To The Wagers Of The Christmas War That They Insist Doesn't Exist
@NelsonM77 @SteveJohnson3 Nelson you're free to believe whatever you do or don't believe in this country because people were and still willing to put their lives on the line to allow you and people like you to espouse anything you like. Most of those that defend your right to do so are Christian and believe that there is a higher power. You ask for concrete proof and you won't understand that the proof is in your heart until you leave this level of being and pass to the next. Suddenly you will go, "Oh shit, they were right." Personally I feel sorry for people like you. I know, you don't want my pity. I don't pity you, I just feel sorry that you can't understand the beauty and the love that's available to you. Once I received that, and I was about 50 before I found it, life became wonderful and fully enjoyable. All I was trying to say is that 14% of the country has big mouths and legal agencies that just love bullying the 86% of the country into modifications of their lives and behavior. I think of it this way. If I went to another country that was say, Muslim, I wouldn't expect the 86%of the country that believes in Islam to accommodate the minority that a other beliefs. They should be allowed to observe as they please, but at the same time not expect that the Muslims not display their banners for their holidays or modify their holiday beliefs so as not to offend Christians, Jews, Hindus or even Atheists.
This country is far from perfect when it comes to religious tolerance, or any thing else for that matter. I think even an Atheist has to admit that this country was founded on Judeo-Christian beliefs, there's more than sufficient evidence, so 14% please calm down.
@Gods way Especially when the major part of the bounty of those sales goes o Godless China.
More bullsquirt from th14% that thinks they're more important and "their " sensibilities more easily damaged than the 86% of the people that believe in God and the birth of our savior Jesus.
@lulu46 You said what I have written on other comments over the last several years. I totally concur with you that the world we grew up in is topsy turvey. I liken it to the old Superman Comic when he would get sent to Bizarro World where nothing made sense. If only we had the same solution and could get Obama to say his name backwards, Amabo! Don't you wish it were that easy? Seriously, I feel like I'm the one that's insane sometimes.
The author of this article is right about protesting in small ways and letting others know they're not alone in their disgust. I'm going to put an empty chair in my front yard by the road tomorrow. I think I'll add a sign that says Obamas' hot seat.
11 months, 4 weeks ago on Blaming Obama, "the Prince Of Fools"
I can only hope and pray that more counties and states follow suit and begin to use the rights under the 10th amendment. I keep sending these notices and information to my state Senator and he has yet to respond to me. Our legislature in Indiana is part time, like Congress should be, so I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt so far. He usually responds to any concerns I express I pray that Indiana will join the ranks of those that nullify this atrocious un-Constitutional legislation.
1 year, 3 months ago on Maine Nullify Obamacare Effort Expands
@AmericanhyphenAmerican @lawoh Man I watched that and remembered when I believed the whole SCHTICK. I am a Viet Nam Era Vet and you were on one side or the other. The motivation for most of us in those days was the Cold War fear that was drummed into us in grade school. I have advocated for the last 30 years a from of isolationism. Seems easy to me. If the rest of the world hates us so much, fine. We should pull on our horns beef up our borders and let them live in the 15th century like they want. Build up and maintain the best military in the world and keep to ourselves. WHen the rest of the world is tired of killing each other we can help them rebuild and become partners in peace. Most of the countries that we've rebuilt or helped rebuild hate us for it anyway. I'm too tired to make good sense right now. TTYL
1 year, 6 months ago on Memories of Freedom
@AmericanhyphenAmerican @lawoh I hope you got some sleep. You had the extreme rambles. It makes sense , but it worried me because I have at times stayed up too long and too late to make complete sense and it wasn't healthy. However, we are at the point where if we don't act now we are done. They will show up at our doors demanding our weapons and cart us off to the "camps." Can we hope for spontaneous consciousness? Can we trust in God to bring us together at the right time in the right place? I think we must trust in God but act like Patriots. Our children and our grandchildren deserve the freedom and liberty that our forefathers wrought for us.
@AmericanhyphenAmerican Damn we sound like brothers of a different mother. My neighbor and I are Viet Nam Vets and we have decided that we were lucky to live through that era and that we are on borrowed time. When push comes to shove we figure we've lived and if the tree of Liberty needs to be replenished we will be there and do that. I started growing my hair because the original patriots had long hair and I won't cut it until I'm dead or the country returns to the Constitution. Like you I won't accept conservatism as it has been re-defined. The only thing acceptable to me is Constitutionalism. I voted in the primary in Indiana and it was a an exercise in futility, but I voted for Ron Paul anyway. The media and lobbies are running this country through Congress and I for one am totally sick of it. Nuff Said?
@samuladams1773 I believe like you do that there has to be a way to get our indignation across to those that are currently ignoring us. Those phonies that got elected under the Tea Party banner and voted for the NDAA farce need to be voted right back out again. There are 100s of thousands of us maybe millions that believe just as you do that we need and must do something. Here in Indiana we got rid of Lugar for his phoney conservative acts, his double speak habits. We can and must write our Congressmen every time they go against the Constitution and if they continue, vote them out of office. One of my ideas is for about 100,000+ cars to drive east until we completely block off the D.C. area and bring the coast to a standstill. They can't give us tickets if they can't find the first car to pull over and shut off the engine. They couldn't tow all the cars away. They would be helpless to get control of the situation. Start the whole drive-in on Pennsylvania Ave and continue until cars go all the back way to W. Virginia. Lock up the whole coast...
@SherryAnn68 I have been really frustrated trying to get signatures on my petition at change.org. The media is guilty of treason for their lack of coverage on such an important issue. When I ask people I meet if they know about this, not one has even heard of it. Most of them are very well versed in the election process, jobs, economy, and most other topics. But the NDAA? NADA. Notice how rearranging the letters translates into our civil rights?
My petition would have little impact and was written before it was passed by Congress and signed by the president, so the sections I enumerated have changed. Sign it and spread it where you can if you will.
Petition: Congress: Repeal SB 1867 Section 1031 | Change.org
1 year, 9 months ago on Battle against NDAA kidnapping provisions cross party lines
I truly hope that I'm not overstepping here, but my concern at the recent action of congress and the president so upsets and enrages me that I'm willing to post this here and hope that I'm not being irresponsible. The recent passage of the NDAA including the ability to use military forces to police and arrest American Citizens is the most egregious overstepping of the Federal Government yet. Big Brother is right on the heels of this legislation. And NOW Congress is set to pass a bill commonly known as SOPA that will give the government the ability to police the Internet and stop any communication the deem as Un-American or even just anti-Democrat/Obama. We MUST do something NOW!
For some reason I can't paste my link here. Please go to: change.org/petitions/your-bill-of-rights-may-be-void copy and paste it into your browser. The NDAA section 1031 has to be repealed.
1 year, 11 months ago on You don’t have ‘Constitutional Rights’
We as American students in the 1950s and 1960s were taught this by instructors that understood states rights and the limits of the Constitution. These things probably haven't been taught in public schools since then. It's overly obvious that our current set of Congressmen and women either didn't learn this or they don't give a damn. I'd rather believe that it is the former rather than the latter. In either case it leaves us the regular U.S. citizens in a very vulnerable position. We are at their mercy for periods between elections and even considering that during cycles we have a chance to make changes the average American votes largely by name recognition and not by a candidates record. On top of that we have a whole generation that have never been taught anything about the Constitution anyway so, they don't even know that Congress is going out of bounds. The prime example is the "Birther" issue. Many people in this country feel that it's a non-issue if our President is not an American Citizen. They just don't know any better because they never learned about it in school. It is a sad state of affairs.
2 years ago on All Powers not Delegated are Reserved