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@Arnold Stone If you want to have good Presidents, repeal the 12th Amendment and elect them with the Electoral College as the Framers of the Constitution intended. Chech out: Freedomformula.us
11 months ago on A Third Term For Barack Obama?
Better yet. Let's repeal the 12th Amendment and have presidents elected by the Electoral College like the original intent. Then maybe we'll have some honest to goodness presidents instead of these greedy politicians. Remember, if your presidential election process is like a circus, you're bound to have clowns in the White House. Check Out: Freedom formula.us
@jalinatx Yes! The father certainly helped create that thug.
1 year ago on Store Clerk Shoots Black in Self Defense – Now Black Community in Uproar
@SONOFAMILLIONAIRE Very well stated, but why is it that your people keep hanging their hats on the mindless, damaging theories of Al Sharpton, Jessee Jackson and Louis Farrakhan while ignoring the genius of Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Star Parker, Alan Keyes and so many other great African Americans? It just seems so senseless.
@Vindi @SONOFAMILLIONAIRE Very Good!
@remesquaddie That's a very good comment and I concur. I wonder if it's because they attended government schools when they were still in the business of education and realize what our Constitution says and understand why it says it.
If Calloway didn't want to be shot he should have kept his hands to himself. You should never bring a fist to a gun fight. ...Not a good idea. To coin a phrase: Calloway acted stupidly.
@seeyou_hearme Probably so. Since that was during the era known as the little ice age, they probably couldn't grow enough food to have lunch.
1 year ago on The Founding Fathers Rejected Democracy
It seems like everything said in the past, like the quotes of the founding fathers, are suddenly in dispute. I believe this has much to do with the left's attempts to discredit the founders. You point to these sites as being the last word in truth. How do you know that? The facts are...you don;'t.
@MelbaSimmonsRowland @JeffReuteler @Doomsday Boy Government schools are not teaching students about the founding fathers, the Constitution and how the republic is supposed to work. The government, especially the federal government should get out of the education business.
1 year ago on Obama Wins, America Loses: Where Do We Go From Here?
@chesnut Very Good. A repeal of the 17th would be a vast improvement but the people will never allow their "right" to vote to be taken away and the politicians would fight it tooth and nail as well Senators would have a boss for a change; the Governor. We have painted ourselves in a corner. the 12th amendment should be repealed as well so the Electoral College can choose an executive for the Executive Office instead of the people electing a politician.
@MelbaSimmonsRowland @Mike Travis True, but there's no way the people can control the central government. That is why the Founding Fathers left us with a system whereby the Presidents were chose by the Electoral College and the Senators were elected by the states. Our ancestors did us a grave disservice with the 12th and 17th amendments. Gary Adler, who authored the book "The Evolution and Destruction of the Original Electoral College" said it best, "When your presidential election process is like a circus, you are bound to have clowns in the White House". This last election was right out of the Big Top.
@chamuiel @KellyKafir So true, because of Obama Care and we will be the ones who suffer for it.
@Rick Black Sr I share your concerns. The Founding Fathers did everything they could to prevent this, but our ancestors just could't leave well enough alone, they had to remove voting restrictions and ratify the 12th and 17th amendments. I wish somehow we could hold them responsible.
@JohnHart Indeed, Social Security should be privatized so greedy politicians can't get their hands on it. Yes the Civil War was totally necessary and resulted in the deaths of 600,000 Americans. Lincoln's forcing the South back into the Union was tyranny and unconstitutional because the states are sovereign.
@Don39 It seems the issue of fraud surfaces after every election but it's never pursued. I wouldn't expect much.
@JohnHart I didn't mention anything about SS (whatever that is) or the government's obligation to promote the general welfare.
@Mike Travis My god! If politicians lost because they didn't fulfill their sworn duty to defend the Constitution; no one either Democrat or Republican would ever win.
@KellyKafir Many are.
You can blame the GOP. You can say the election was rigged or come up with a thousand other excuses as to why the Republicans lost. The facts are that you can't compete against Santa Claus. Bill O'Reilly said the people now expect free stuff from the government but Ben Franklin said id best:. "When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic". Our ancestors did us a huge disservice when they allowed the ratification of the 12th and 17th amendments. The party's over.