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Thread: Parties and the Constitution (bill of rights)

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    That's right America!!!! The "parties" over!!! It's time to vote principles according to the constitution and what you honestly believe to be the best way for us to proceed. Let's get the UN out of the US and shrink the usurping government to a mangeable level. They work for us, we aren't slaves to their ever increasing stepping past their usefulness. And MR. president (I have to say it that way)QUIT apologizing for AMERICA!!!! Get a spine! <rant off>

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    I have felt this way about the two parties for a long long time, they fool people into beleiving one is left and one is right and we should be in the middle. When in reality they are both moving towards totalitarism. And how they found out how to do it is to promise people things.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

    U.S. v. Minker, 350 US 179, at page 187
    "Because of what appears to be a lawful command on the surface, many citizens, because
    of their respect for what only appears to be a law, are cunningly coerced into waiving their
    rights, due to ignorance." (Paraphrased)

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    Good cop:bad cop::Repugnicrats:demonrats::NRA:BCPGV

    They're all cut from the same horsecock of baloney, one side is up and in the light of day and the other side hides ugly slimy things.

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    Bravo! Excellent post...

    I've been saying this for years. I have a friend who used to work for a major international investment house, and he had been predicting the financial collapse that happened last year since 2004.

    I'm sure your in the know about the "Fabian Society". This is a group that people need to know more about--they promote incrimental change toward a one-world socialist totalitarianism. And every Western world leader for the last few decades has been a member--including here in the US...

    This isn't a conspiracy theory folks--these groups--the Fabians, the CFR, the Royal Institute for International Affairs--they all publish journals, and have been openly admitting that his is their plan. And all these Presidents and Prime ministers ar card-carrying members.

    It's not a "conspiracy" if they are doing it out in the open. That is why they can deny there is any "global conspiracy"--because they have been publishing their agendas and plans in journals for decades--it's just that the public doesn't read these dry, shcolarly journals, or when they do, they just assume it's all academic speculation. Nothing could be further from the truth...

    Bravo on a great post. Keep it up...
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    Great post ... and the network media is not even doing their job with informing the American Public of these connections. This is why forums like this are so important at a time like this.

    Paranoia is a healthy response to someone out to get you. I have been paranoid about the government since the last presidential election. I have hopes for the mid-term election next year.

    I do think it is funny to watch Glenn Beck andsee him practically frothing at the mouth, then he has to dial it back and state that guns are not the answer

    cheers - okboomer
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    Brown **** is no better than green **** even if you drink it's kool aid.

    What did you eat? ;-)
    "The fourth man's dark, accusing song had scratched our comfort hard and long..."

    "Be not intimidated ... nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your Liberties by any pretense of Politeness, Delicacy, or Decency. These, as they are often used, are but three different names for Hypocrisy, Chicanery, and Cowardice." - John Adams

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    Now if everyone would start doing all they can to toss monkey wrenches
    into the system.
    I do my part, I hand write every name I vote for. Make them count every
    vote by hand. No machine is going to change my ballot. If enough
    people start forcing them to do this it will stop a lot of garbage as they
    will take half the election year just finding out who won, not screwing us.
    Just wish I could vote 'No' on the ballot amendments by write in also.

    It also allowed me to discover that all ballot machines are not the same,
    through observation and trial I have found they have at least two
    different modes. Hand written ballots will only work on one machine,
    obviously meaning they are not the same.
    (any ideas what election laws this probably violates)

    Plus you can check for your ballot being counted when the final results
    come in if you write in other people for an office. "Trust NOT, and verify!"

    Just wish we had some black panthers with clubs in front of my polling place.
    Exercising two rights at the same time would be so much better.:X

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