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    David Hedrick is a VERY strong advocate of open carry who is running for U.S. Congress. You all know him as the Marine who got all of the attention for challenging his anti-gun Congressman at a town hall. You may have seen him at second amendment rallies around the country.

    Here is his video to refresh your memory. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rRE5UK6NQU

    He is making waves again with a book that slams the Obama administration. The liberals are furious with this one. I have even heard a rumor that Hedrick has a statement in support of opencarry.org in the book. Not because he was asked to or paid to, but because he believes in what we are all fighting for. Check out this link and post this everywhere you can. http://theliberalclause.com/

    I know he is using the proceeds to fund his campaign since he has refused all special interest money, so this is a very worthy cause indeed. Don’t buy a book, buy two and spread this to every Patriot you know.

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    Wow, no responses yet?

    OK.

    You can do nothing. You can say, “Wow that’s great, I hope he does well” and do nothing more. But ask yourself, if our founders did only that, where would we be? The founders of our Nation pledged their lives, their liberty and their sacred honor to the cause. You could say, “Wow that’s great” and do nothing. Or, you can join this cause.



    Hedrick is winning every debate, against Politicians with more than 25 years of experience. At the last debate, every other candidate got the questions 1 week in advance and showed up, planed notes and talking points in hand. Hedrick received the questions one hour before the event, and astounded the crowd who had no idea this had happened, with his responses.

    Hedrick is honest and a natural. This almost never happens in politics. Please pick this up and spread it.

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    That is absolutely motivating. I will be spreading this.
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    Britany Welles wrote:
    Wow, no responses yet?

    OK.

    You can do nothing. You can say, “Wow that’s great, I hope he does well” and do nothing more. But ask yourself, if our founders did only that, where would we be? The founders of our Nation pledged their lives, their liberty and their sacred honor to the cause. You could say, “Wow that’s great” and do nothing. Or, you can join this cause.



    Hedrick is winning every debate, against Politicians with more than 25 years of experience. At the last debate, every other candidate got the questions 1 week in advance and showed up, planed notes and talking points in hand. Hedrick received the questions one hour before the event, and astounded the crowd who had no idea this had happened, with his responses.

    Hedrick is honest and a natural. This almost never happens in politics. Please pick this up and spread it.
    It looks like an awesome book and i wish him the best. Relax though you only gave it an hour and ten minutes at 0140 in the morning. There's only a few insomniacs on here and even less fortunate ones like myself stuck on shift.
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    Mrs. Welles,

    I am a veteran of the US Army, and am in 100% support of Mr. Hedrick.

    I will be donating everything I can to his organization, and spreading his site around to all of my friends and family members.

    Thank you for making me aware of this!

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    Thank You! If we all do our part, Hedrick will win this election! God Bless you for your Patriotism.

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    I am doing the same thing now. We must support our own. After all, David is standing with us.

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    It's refreshing to hear that a few patriots actually exist & are running for public office.
    oh, to respond to your comment about what the founding fathers would be doing right now if they were alive ? They would not be buying a book, but they would be at WAR. I will pick up the book & wait for the sheep to awaken.
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    Thank you for the responses! I was getting ahead of myself. I am just tired of all of the "Patriots" who say, "someone should do something" and then, do nothing.

    I have heard Hedrick speak on that specific topic and I was moved to do something. I know he is using the proceeds from this book to fund his campaign though FEC rules prevent him from saying that.

    To quote Hedrick on the "someone problem” as he describes it,

    "If freedom is to survive the night, we mustbecome the someone we are waiting for." -Marine Cpl David W. Hedrick

    The funny thing is, David does not write out his speeches. They are all different because he just stands on the stage and speaks from the heart. Think about that. Just speaking, with no notes, and things like that come out!

    Atthe conclusion of avetting session with a local Patriot group, a moderator admitted that Hedrick had given her chills no less than 6 timeswhile fielding questions from the audience.

    Seeing him speak I must admit, my first thoughts where, that this man was born 250 years too late. I was thinking, he should have been standing beside our founding fathers and not in this room.

    After a lot of thought and prayer it occurred to me, perhaps he was born in just the right time and for the same reason. Perhaps, this generation of Americans is going to need founders. And if I believe this is the case, what do I do with the knowledge that I have found one.

    We all have a role to play in this. So I came here to ask you all, will you be the someone we all are waiting for?

    -Britany Welles.





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    Running for Congress where? Against whom?

    What is his web site (not his book's site).
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    Washington state 3rd congress. dist.
    www.davidwhedrick.com

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    Man this guy got my blood pumping. Semper Fi

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    Hunterdave wrote:
    Washington state 3rd congress. dist.
    http://www.davidwhedrick.com
    Then maybe the Washington forum might be more appropriate location for this thread. At least they can actually vote for him.
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    Hunterdave wrote:
    Washington state 3rd congress. dist.
    http://www.davidwhedrick.com
    For those wondering...
    The Third Congressional District of Washington encompasses the southernmost portion of Western Washington, from Olympia south to the Columbia River. It includes the counties of Lewis, Pacific, Wahkiakum, Cowlitz, and Clark, and the majority of Thurston and Skamania counties.

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    DEROS72 wrote: His intro starts at the 33:06 mark

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    Britany Welles wrote:
    Wow, no responses yet?

    OK.

    You can do nothing. You can say, “Wow that’s great, I hope he does well” and do nothing more. But ask yourself, if our founders did only that, where would we be? The founders of our Nation pledged their lives, their liberty and their sacred honor to the cause. You could say, “Wow that’s great” and do nothing. Or, you can join this cause.



    Hedrick is winning every debate, against Politicians with more than 25 years of experience. At the last debate, every other candidate got the questions 1 week in advance and showed up, planed notes and talking points in hand. Hedrick received the questions one hour before the event, and astounded the crowd who had no idea this had happened, with his responses.

    Hedrick is honest and a natural. This almost never happens in politics. Please pick this up and spread it.
    [Edit= To the OP] Some of us WORK in the morning. -_-

    [Edit= About the video] Sounds like a straight up guy.
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    Thank goodness there is someone worthwhile to vote for in the 3rd district this time around!

    Good-bye, Brian Baird!

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    "Hedrick takes the reader on a journeyto a North Pole where liberal elves call the shots. In this snow covered socialist wonderland, Santa’s workshop is unionized and central planning controls toy production. In the end, efforts to control “elf made global warming”, excessive debt and the disastrous effects of liberalism, threaten Christmas itself. "



    I think a candidate that supports OC and the 2nd Amendment is great. To bad they think the above is only a liberal issue. Pro-firearm candidates are always supported by me unless they have "Tea party" in front of them, talk about a movement that utilizes the socialist system to get the word out...overflowing with a bunch of retired baby-boomers who collect their socialized paychecks and enjoy their socialized medicine on the taxpayer dime.
    I don't mind watching the OC-Community (tea party 2.0's, who have hijacked the OC-Community) cannibalize itself. I do mind watching OC dragged through the gutter. OC is an exercise of A Right. I choose to not OC; I choose to not own firearms. I choose to leave the OC-Community to it's own self-inflicted injuries, and eventual implosion. Carry on...

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    Sylvia Plath wrote:
    [...]Pro-firearm candidates are always supported by me unless they have "Tea party" in front of them, talk about a movement that utilizes the socialist system to get the word out...overflowing with a bunch of retired baby-boomers who collect their socialized paychecks and enjoy their socialized medicine on the taxpayer dime.
    You say that until you develop a chronic illness and can't pay for it.

    First they're racist. Then they don't have a say because they "might" be collecting social benefits.

    Aren't those "socialist programs" the birthings of liberal politics? Social justice, help out the little man?

    If you sit down and think about it, EVERYONE is collecting "socialized benefits." Every time you buy ground beef or wheat and grain it's subsidized by the US government.

    That argument is invalid. If people who collect social programs can't offer their opinions on how their government is run, then NO ONE can. Especially felons. Who in the Hell thought felons should get their voting rights back? Oh yeah. Democrats.
    "War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." -John Stuart Mill

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    killchain wrote:
    Sylvia Plath wrote:
    [...]Pro-firearm candidates are always supported by me unless they have "Tea party" in front of them, talk about a movement that utilizes the socialist system to get the word out...overflowing with a bunch of retired baby-boomers who collect their socialized paychecks and enjoy their socialized medicine on the taxpayer dime.
    You say that until you develop a chronic illness and can't pay for it.

    First they're racist. Then they don't have a say because they "might" be collecting social benefits.

    Aren't those "socialist programs" the birthings of liberal politics? Social justice, help out the little man?

    If you sit down and think about it, EVERYONE is collecting "socialized benefits." Every time you buy ground beef or wheat and grain it's subsidized by the US government.

    That argument is invalid. If people who collect social programs can't offer their opinions on how their government is run, then NO ONE can. Especially felons. Who in the Hell thought felons should get their voting rights back? Oh yeah. Democrats.
    I never said that I do not utilize social benefits. I am merely pointing out the tea party contradiction. I am all about socializing many things--healthcare being one of them.

    Felons SHOULD get their voting rights back if they paid their debt to society. If a felon did his/her time they should be recognized as and given back their rights the second they step out of the custody of the state--that is not to say they should not be on probation and still have guidlines to follow but the right to vote is for all Americans--who are not incarcerated. Ahhhh, so are you arguing that felons who paid their dept to society (no matter what the felony) should not have their 2nd Amendment rights as well as their voting rights???

    Saying that the statements I made are not valid because you said they are not does not make it so

    I have a question--where were all of these anti-government/gubbment parties when Bush was in office, when Bush was doing everything short of shredding the Constitution and promoting our jobs to be sent overseas and crapping on hard working Americans...wait, we should not forget that cluster-crap we find ourselves stuck in Iraq with? Yea, (R) have done great things for this country. The tea party is nothing more than a right-fringe group posing as the majority. Do not take my word for it, we will find out which of us is wrong in November--I look forward to it.
    I don't mind watching the OC-Community (tea party 2.0's, who have hijacked the OC-Community) cannibalize itself. I do mind watching OC dragged through the gutter. OC is an exercise of A Right. I choose to not OC; I choose to not own firearms. I choose to leave the OC-Community to it's own self-inflicted injuries, and eventual implosion. Carry on...

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    Socialism is the wrong road to go down........it hasn't worked for us in the past and it won't work for us in the future.

    Life just isn't fair and we need to accept that.

    I don't think it's fair that some people are born real short and some real tall, I propose that we chop off some of the heigth off tall peopel and graft them on to smaller folks........you know to be fair.

    I don't like party politics but the closest to my way of thinking are the libertarians, they also seem to appreciate our constitution and the fact we are not a democracy, we are a republic.

    Oh and I like rich people I used to make my living (like most people) off of them. Thank you wealthy folks. Please start building your fancy houses again I enjoy making them for you.
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    Sylvia Plath wrote:
    I never said that I do not utilize social benefits. I am merely pointing out the tea party contradiction. I am all about socializing many things--healthcare being one of them.

    ...

    I have a question--where were all of these anti-government/gubbment parties when Bush was in office, when Bush was doing everything short of shredding the Constitution and promoting our jobs to be sent overseas and crapping on hard working Americans...wait, we should not forget that cluster-crap we find ourselves stuck in Iraq with? Yea, (R) have done great things for this country. The tea party is nothing more than a right-fringe group posing as the majority. Do not take my word for it, we will find out which of us is wrong in November--I look forward to it.
    There is always this corroboration of ideas that because something is federal, and we all pay into it, and eventually, or hopefully ,earn something back, that it is indeed "social" in nature.

    Nothing could be further from the truth.

    I would have to ask what sort of indoctrination was required to come the the conclusion that healthcare for all, in a government that can't run similar smaller organizations at any sort of efficiency whatsoever, was a "good" idea.

    Recently I was diagnosed with BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo), that I know has to do with a blow to my head that I took in Iraq. I have had weird, wobbly sensations ever since then, and occasionally full on world-spinning vertigo, wherein I cannot even walk. I have a god awfully annoying case of tinnitus as well, but if I had shown you the response the VA has had to some of my maladies derived from operations overseas, you would likely saw your own arms off out of sheer sympathy.

    I have been telling my docs (the VA ones), several of them from California to here, about these issues, and you know what they have all said thus far?

    "Oh being dizzy happens. It's perfectly normal." I kid you not.

    I asked them if there appeared to be any issues inside my ears. Any signs of trauma, scarring etc., and they have all said "no".

    That is the literal response I have had from the VA on several occasions. For a C&P exam I had a doc lie on the report, saying that I told her during the course of the exam, that my family has major ear issues that are hereditary in nature (What the F***?), which of course, was never said. Thankfully my wife was with me, and corroborated my experience, and the fact that this lady was lying, in order to prevent me being compensated for my ear issues.

    It took a recent trip to a ER doc, at a private hospital, by a private practicioner, to look at my ears, where he told me, and I quote: "You have some pretty serious scarring and trauma to your eardrums. It looks like you took a blast or major blow to the head.".

    Really? It took an ER doc 3 minutes of poking around in my ears to tell me that I had trauma, and had obviously taken serious damage to my ears, yet the VA docs over the course of 3 years, insist everything "Looks great in there", and that my dizziness is "normal, and happens to everybody".

    My next appointment is in 3 weeks Sylvia. That is the absolute soonest I can be seen for this issue.

    Now consider this, and the logistical implications:

    The VA services an extremely small portion of the population of this country. It is minute, tiny, and insignificant in comparison.

    Yet socialized healthcare is "a good idea for everyone".

    Yup. Maybe most of the people who are ill can die before being seen. Seems to work for the VA.

    Also, there are documented cases of the VA handing out orders to healthcare professionals to diagnose alternative illnesses to what is actually wrong, so that they may not be held responsible for certain maladies, or have to submit more expensive treatments.



    As to the second portion of your post. I cannot disagree more.

    I was in the Army when Bush was in office, and I cannot relay to you the amount of anger I had bottled away during my tours towards his actions.

    Not much you can say about the CiC while serving, but let's just say that to me, the Patriot Act was the trigger that caught my attention as to government activity that was well above and beyond the Constitution.

    Bush wiped his posterior with our Constitution, and Obama is without a doubt pulling tissue from the same roll.

    The best thing a Democratic nominee could have done in this case, was to restore confidence in the people, and display adherence to the governing law of our great nation, which is the Constitution of the United States.

    Making up purposes to justify ratification of socialized healthcare was NOT the appropriate response in this case. Even more so, hiding it within "interstate commerce", as a means to tax a human being by virtue of merely breathing, to pay for everyone elses maladies, is stupid at least, criminal at most.



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    He's a pretty regular guy who is trying to do something truly great for himself, his family, and his country. He may not be completely right in all his thoughts, but he damn sure is closer than a lot of the people we have making decisions now. That, and that's also why we don't have individuals making choices for us without being voted on or put in check by other politions. I had the extreme pleasure of meeting him and briefly speak. Although he's labeled with Tea Party, I'm not so sure most of the people in the Tea Party are actually fully and completely for it. Most just have a good idea of following the majority who are trying to make things right.
    BTW, I'm for chopping a little off the top of a lot of tall people.

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    slowfiveoh wrote:
    Sylvia Plath wrote:
    I never said that I do not utilize social benefits. I am merely pointing out the tea party contradiction. I am all about socializing many things--healthcare being one of them.
    I wrote : The only socializing that should be done, should be done by a group of citizens in agreance with one another, like a socializing BBQ, or a socializing open carry meet, or a shoot, etc.
    Sylvia Plath wrote: Felons SHOULD get their voting rights back if they paid their debt to society.
    I wrote: No felon has ever repaid his debt to society, they have only done a sentence invoked by the court system. I have never heard of a criminal repaying a family for killing their loved ones. I have never heard of a criminal repaying the taxpayers who have supported them while they were incarcerated. Maybe the one who the crime was committed against should be his peers and the should be the ones to hand down the sentence.
    There is always this corroboration of ideas that because something is federal, and we all pay into it, and eventually, or hopefully ,earn something back, that it is indeed "social" in nature.

    Nothing could be further from the truth.

    I would have to ask what sort of indoctrination was required to come the the conclusion that healthcare for all, in a government that can't run similar smaller organizations at any sort of efficiency whatsoever, was a "good" idea.

    Recently I was diagnosed with BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo), that I know has to do with a blow to my head that I took in Iraq.

    I have been telling my docs (the VA ones), several of them from California to here, about these issues,

    "Oh being dizzy happens. It's perfectly normal."

    I asked them if there appeared to be any issues inside my ears. Any signs of trauma, scarring etc., and they have all said "no".

    That is the literal response I have had from the VA on several occasions. in order to prevent me being compensated for my ear issues.

    a recent trip to a ER doc, at a private hospital, by a private practicioner, to look at my ears, where he told me, and I quote: "You have some pretty serious scarring and trauma to your eardrums. It looks like you took a blast or major blow to the head.".

    Really? It took an ER doc 3 minutes of poking around in my ears to tell me that I had trauma, and had obviously taken serious damage to my ears, yet the VA docs over the course of 3 years, insist everything "Looks great in there", and that my dizziness is "normal, and happens to everybody".

    The VA services an extremely small portion of the population of this country. It is minute, tiny, and insignificant in comparison.

    Yet socialized healthcare is "a good idea for everyone".

    Yup. Maybe most of the people who are ill can die before being seen. Seems to work for the VA.

    Also, there are documented cases of the VA handing out orders to healthcare professionals to diagnose alternative illnesses to what is actually wrong, so that they may not be held responsible for certain maladies, or have to submit more expensive treatments.

    Bush wiped his posterior with our Constitution, and Obama is without a doubt pulling tissue from the same roll.

    The best thing a Democratic nominee could have done in this case, was to restore confidence in the people, and display adherence to the governing law of our great nation, which is the Constitution of the United States.

    Wow, cant wait to get my socialist health care... wont be long and private practitioners will be a thing of the past. Only thing left will be your govt trained kinda dr's.
    If you voted for Obama to prove you are not a racist...
    what will you do now to prove you are not stupid?

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