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Mr. ashman1; Sounds like you been there, done that, and enjoyed it.

1 year, 10 months ago on Obama Losing Support Among Major Group of Supporters

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Every member of the republican party should withdraw and register as democrats or something else. I think that should finally get the attention of the morons at the leadership postions of the national republican party.

 

What a wonderful thought that on a soon to come morning every republican member of congress would wake to find he has no base of voters from which he could be re-elected, they would have no one to lie to, to make unkept promises  or to extort money for re-election.

 

Perhaps killing the GOP would also deliver the same lethal message to the communist democrats.

 

One thing is very clear, we republicans are not par of the election process, we are just foils,fools, and distractions to be used for the communist machinery that has taken absolute control of America and the national republican party leaders have played a complicit role in every thing that is destroying the Constitution and our way of life. 

 

 

1 year, 10 months ago on Obama Losing Support Among Major Group of Supporters

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The reality is a huge and growing majority of  America's population does not (and never did) entirely embrace the principles of a constitutionally free democratic republic as envisioned by the founding fathers and defined within the documents they produced, namely the declaration of independence, articles of confederation, the Constitution and bill of rights. The actual founding of America was supported by about one third of the population, and even less supported the revolution and that thirty percent number has remained pretty consistent since the ratification of the Constitution in 1787. History reveals there was a coalition of the forces who opposed the very idea of a constitutionally free republic and began a war against it that continues, even today.

 

The fallacy of the false premise that Americans are ideologically different than peoples of other nations, should now be apparent even to those who have previously seriously believe the lie. Americans are no less or more greedy, narcistic, or patriotic than any other people on the planet. Americans suffer the same illness as do every other people on earth, they are human beings, and are first and foremost, predatory, and scavengers by their very nature. Their actions are both in sync with the remainder of the human species and also just as predictable.

 

Only a complete fool continues to disregard the lessons of history, but that is also one of the lessons history teaches. People will continue to ignore history and will therfore repeat it. America will continue it's 225 years long descent from a constitutionally free republic and individual freedom to enslavement and servitude of the masses unto their masters.

 

There will be no cermony, wake or eulogy given when the greatest nation ever created by mortal man is placed in the graveyard of history alongside the bones of the ancient Greeks and Romans, and those responsible for the murder will feel no shame or guilt, instead they will believe they are the victims of actions by others.  History says it is so, and history will once again speak the voice of truth.

 

Mankind is not yet ready to accept the responsibilty of self governance and  individual morality.

1 year, 10 months ago on Assisted Suicide Sitcom

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 @american joe

 Every able bodied person , rergardless of age, gender,or economic status should be part of the work force and paid a living wage. Of course all persons should receive food, shelter and medical care.

 

The elected representatives to the U.S congress should return from D.C. and  remain in their districts and available to the people 24/7. Ditto for the U.S. senators, and state representatives. This is a great opportunity to return the government back to the people.

 

All persons whom are here in violation of immigration laws should be turned over to the immigration authorities.

Day care centers can be staffed by those whom are physically and mentally capable to do such work.

 

Precincts and local communities should elect representatives to interact with the citizens and elected politicians at the local, state and federal level.

People in the community should form neigborhood watch groups to help prevent crime.

 

 

Home schooling can also be implemented to avoid transporting school children long distances. This would also help to instill a sense of community, self responsibility, and pride in taking part in the restoration of their community as citizens. Another great opportunity to teach and practice a government of the people, by the people and for the people.

 

 

 

1 year, 11 months ago on Are Sandy Refugees Moving to FEMA Camps?

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The residents of NYC will now pay the trrible price for thier decades long history of electing the most corrupt and tyrannical politicians to be found anywhere in the conutry. The real tragedy is the babies and young children will have to suffer the consequences of the insane actions by the majority of the adults.

There will be many lessons to be learned from hurrican Sandy, but as history consistently shows, most will not learn any of those lessons.

1 year, 11 months ago on Are Sandy Refugees Moving to FEMA Camps?

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@XianBlack

First off, I KNOW IT IS KY, and not KT. I am a native born Kentuckian. I made a typo. Secondly, I applaud the KY. legislature for doing what looks at first glance, an effort to bring front and center the issue of States rights, as defined within the Constitution. On the other hand I am always skeptical of any government action. For instance, If the proposed bill requires registering of all existing weapons, that would cause me to oppose the bill, at least and until that requirement is stricken from the bill. In other words , I would not support a bill that may have a loop hole, that could later on be construed by the local ,state or federal government to mean that only weapons stamped with "made in Kentucky" as being legal, and those without the stamp would become Illegal. And if there are no weapons manufactured in KY.the enemy will have actually made all weapons illegal, and that could result in attempts by the government to confiscate every weapon in the state. It would be easy to do if they have registered all or most of the weapons.

Sometimes our enemy comes disguised as a friend.

2 years, 7 months ago on Kentucky, West Virginia considering firearm freedom legislation

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@Mike Maharrey@Freedom@west

You realize of course, I was kidding and I have several very good friends who also live there, however I think they all were born elsewhere.

I believe you. He lives there but, was he born there. Ronald Reagan also lived there, but was not a native son .He most definitely was not a commie koolaid drinker either.

Thomas Sowell lives there and he is not a commie koolaid drinker and is quite frankly one of the most reliable constitutionalist of anyone , anywhere.

All that being said, it is no secret that the overwhelming majority are the reason they are called, "the left coast." I remember when Washington State, and Oregon were way far right than they are currently, and the shift is because of Californians moving there. The same is true of Idaho, Montana and to a lesser extent Colorado. I was living in Colo. Springs in the early 80's and the place was practically taken over by those leaving silicon valley because they could move there and make less money but, they could buy a better home in Colorado for about a third of what they sold their house for in CA.

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2 years, 7 months ago on Kentucky, West Virginia considering firearm freedom legislation

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@Mike Maharrey@West Texan

Thanks, I actually read the bill and followed it, plus I also called and emailed the MT. legislators and the governors office to support the bill. But, that was about 10,000 miles back in the rearview mirror on this road we are being forced to travel towards communism. I also emailed every governor (except Hawaii) and state legislators, including Virginia to pass the MT. Law or something like it.

2 years, 7 months ago on Kentucky, West Virginia considering firearm freedom legislation

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@West Texan

Why not just return all Californians whether they have pot or any other drug or not. They bring with them something far worse than any drug, it is called, commie koolaid, and they never leave home without it. Every Californian has it in their DNA, whether they were born there or just lived there.

2 years, 7 months ago on Kentucky, West Virginia considering firearm freedom legislation

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@West Texan

Maybe not a problem if going to Montana, unless the person or weapon or ammo gets stopped by the Gestapo before he makes it to MT .I am not sure but I don't beleive MT. or other states have to stamp their weapons as being made in MT.

2 years, 7 months ago on Kentucky, West Virginia considering firearm freedom legislation

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Trust me, I am not trying to nit pick, or object to what the good folks in the KT. legislature are trying to accomplish, and I sincerely hope all states follow suite. However, One of the problems I have already noticed in the KY. bill HB222 is, it clearly states" if Stamped,Made in Kentucky", that would not protect anyone who makes or reloads his own ammunition, or makes his own firearm. Also there must be thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of existing weapons in the state of KY. and perhaps millions of rounds of ammunition, powder and reloading materials. How about people who move to KY. who already own firearms or just traveling through the state. I think that "made in KY." stamp requirement is going to be a big problem, maybe I am wrong, but, I believe time will prove me right.

2 years, 7 months ago on Kentucky, West Virginia considering firearm freedom legislation

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