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“life under BO”

Since: Sep 12

buena vista

#130054 Nov 26, 2012
LRS wrote:
In an astounding feat of moronic intransigence, the GOP filibustered the appointment of the US Public Printer by President Barack Hussein Obama.
I bet Rogue Bumpkin has a fantastic story about why that was necessary because socialism something something.
F ing pos douchebagging scumbag Obimbles has a man on staff to play his MOVIES!!! Ur paying for it dummy.

“life under BO”

Since: Sep 12

buena vista

#130055 Nov 26, 2012
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
I suppose like Sarah Palin Rogue thinks Africa is a country.
“In the past ten years, growth in Africa has surpassed that of East Asia. Data suggest parts of the continent are now experiencing fast growth. The amount of growth that has been occurring is comparable or greater to that of the Asian Tiger, Latin Puma markets, gaining them the new nickname, the Lion Markets. The World Bank reports the economy of Sub-Saharan African countries grew at rates that match or surpass global rates”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Afric...
Does that mean you'll be moving there? to take advantage of all that growth?

I wouldn't blame you, sounds good.

“life under BO”

Since: Sep 12

buena vista

#130056 Nov 26, 2012
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
I suppose like Sarah Palin Rogue thinks Africa is a country.
“In the past ten years, growth in Africa has surpassed that of East Asia. Data suggest parts of the continent are now experiencing fast growth. The amount of growth that has been occurring is comparable or greater to that of the Asian Tiger, Latin Puma markets, gaining them the new nickname, the Lion Markets. The World Bank reports the economy of Sub-Saharan African countries grew at rates that match or surpass global rates”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Afric...
Maybe you could take Jock itch the crazy Canadian with you.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#130058 Nov 26, 2012
America is a form of concentrated human tragedy
23.11.2012


"A bunch of stumped people, who can be held together only on the base of either the financial constituent, or war," well-known Russian writer Maria Arbatova said about the United States. The writer sat down with Pravda.Ru editor-in-chief Inna Novikova to share her opinion of the country that so eagerly tries to dictate its will to Russia.

"You have recently returned from America. Do you think that the U.S. has the same problems, like in Russia, in the relations between people of different nationalities and different mentalities?"

"In fact, I have a suggestion. Let's send everyone to America, so that people would return as patriots from there. America is positioned as a tolerant country, but, in fact, I realized its national idea: "You had no past." This is a gathering of stumped people, who can be held together only on the base of either the financial constituent, or the desire to wage war somewhere."

http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/2...

Billymac
i am american, the people here are begullied and misinformed, it is a police state that grows ever day. by writing this i place myself at risk. but my country as been over run by elitist there is no doubt. and yes u can go to jail for not have a fishing liceses. but not for being on a pulic beach to bath in the sun, now try and sleep there and off to jail u will go. and if u hitch a ready in virgina u will find yourself in in jail for a while. before u go too court,and get fined for trying to catch a ride. that is the truth.

Mark

We already have a controlled press and dumbed down sheep falling for its propaganda as this past election shows. A totalitarian regime is only a matter of time.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#130059 Nov 26, 2012
Out of the 35 states at least 10 have a real chance to secede from the United States. If this does not happen, the conflict between the "socialist" government and conservative separatists could drag on for a long time, leading to mass protests and other sad events.

The most problematic state, as mentioned above, is Republican Texas. Over 100 thousand people support its petition for independence.

The petition stated that the U.S. was experiencing serious economic difficulties as the federal government was unable to cope with the reform of the internal and external spending. According to the authors of the petition, the rights of the Americans were egregiously violated. Today, stable and balanced economy of Texas is fifteenth in the world. The ideas of the founding fathers are no longer reflected in the actions of the government, and Texas intends to defend its rights and freedoms through secession from the United States.

http://english.pravda.ru/world/americas/19-11...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#130061 Nov 26, 2012
FAREWELL AND THANKS TO RON PAUL
Exclusive: Joseph Farah shares favorite excerpts from congressman's swan song

Well done, good and faithful servant.

Those are the words every Christian longs to hear from our Lord when our work on Earth is complete.

Seldom does the phrase apply to America’s public servants – the men and women we elect to represent us in Washington or in our state capitals.

But they more than apply to one retiring member of the House of Representatives – Dr. Ron Paul.

http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/farewell-and-thank...

Questions

Excessive government has created such a mess it prompts many questions:

Why are sick people who use medical marijuana put in prison?
Why does the federal government restrict the drinking of raw milk?
Why can’t Americans manufacturer rope and other products from hemp?
Why are Americans not allowed to use gold and silver as legal tender as mandated by the Constitution?
Why is Germany concerned enough to consider repatriating their gold held by the FED for her in New York? Is it that the trust in the U.S. and dollar supremacy beginning to wane?
Why do our political leaders believe it’s unnecessary to thoroughly audit our own gold?
Why can’t Americans decide which type of light bulbs they can buy?
Why is the TSA permitted to abuse the rights of any American traveling by air?
Why should there be mandatory sentences – even up to life for crimes without victims – as our drug laws require?
Why have we allowed the federal government to regulate commodes in our homes?
Why is it political suicide for anyone to criticize AIPAC ?
Why haven’t we given up on the drug war since it’s an obvious failure and violates the people’s rights? Has nobody noticed that the authorities can’t even keep drugs out of the prisons? How can making our entire society a prison solve the problem?
Why do we sacrifice so much getting needlessly involved in border disputes and civil strife around the world and ignore the root cause of the most deadly border in the world-the one between Mexico and the U.S.?
Why does Congress willingly give up its prerogatives to the Executive Branch?
Why does changing the party in power never change policy? Could it be that the views of both parties are essentially the same?
Why did the big banks, the large corporations and foreign banks and foreign central banks get bailed out in 2008 and the middle class lost their jobs and their homes?
Why do so many in the government and the federal officials believe that creating money out of thin air creates wealth?
Why do so many accept the deeply flawed principle that government bureaucrats and politicians can protect us from ourselves without totally destroying the principle of liberty?
Why can’t people understand that war always destroys wealth and liberty?
Why is there so little concern for the executive order that gives the president authority to establish a “kill list,” including American citizens, of those targeted for assassination?
Why is patriotism thought to be blind loyalty to the government and the politicians who run it, rather than loyalty to the principles of liberty and support for the people? Real patriotism is a willingness to challenge the government when it’s wrong.
Why is it is claimed that if people won’t or can’t take care of their own needs that people in government can do it for them?
Why did we ever give the government a safe haven for initiating violence against the people?
Why do some members defend free markets, but not civil liberties?
Why do some members defend civil liberties but not free markets? Aren’t they the same?
Why don’t more defend both economic liberty and personal liberty?
Why are there not more individuals who seek to intellectually influence others to bring about positive changes than those who seek power to force others to obey their commands?
...

MORE:
http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/dr-no-says-goodbye...

Since: Dec 11

Fort Worth, TX

#130062 Nov 26, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Out of the 35 states at least 10 have a real chance to secede from the United States. If this does not happen, the conflict between the "socialist" government and conservative separatists could drag on for a long time, leading to mass protests and other sad events.
The most problematic state, as mentioned above, is Republican Texas. Over 100 thousand people support its petition for independence.
The petition stated that the U.S. was experiencing serious economic difficulties as the federal government was unable to cope with the reform of the internal and external spending. According to the authors of the petition, the rights of the Americans were egregiously violated. Today, stable and balanced economy of Texas is fifteenth in the world. The ideas of the founding fathers are no longer reflected in the actions of the government, and Texas intends to defend its rights and freedoms through secession from the United States.
http://english.pravda.ru/world/americas/19-11...
First, if you call yourself "American Lady", why quote the communist rag Pravda?
Secondly, Your dreams of America falling into ruin anytime soon through secession are just that, dreams. It just ain't gonna happen! MAN!!! Don't you people think about things before you post? Give yourself a few minutes to reflect on what would REALLY happen in that fantasy.

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#130063 Nov 27, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Ellen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
We did not invent slavery, to be sure. But what we certainly did was to ignore our own principles in the Declaration, which had said that "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal..." and that all men had the right to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
While slavery is evil in all countries, it is exceptionally evil for a country that held that "all men are created equal" and that all men had the right to liberty, to hold people in slavery.
To do so required a kind of magical thinking, that black people were not human, and hence did not have the rights specified by the Declaration. But, since even well before the Civil War it was obvious that blacks were performing complex tasks and tending to the children of whites, it was obvious that they were human. So the institution of slavery in the USA was obviously something entirely different from that in Roman times etc, when the losers in wars became slaves and that was that.
We are not specially evil. But we ought to be specially embarrassed and shocked by our history, and to do in the future everything that we can to make sure that all men are treated equally.
==========
You need to go back and READ ALL of your US History. Then LEARN from iT.
THEN maybe ... you wouldn't just piece-meal IT on here! To try to make the US LQQK bad!
The United States of America "has proved" itself to BE an exceptional Nation! Time and time again!
For OVER 200 Years This REPUBLIC has STOOD
Now we have someone in office, TRYING their DAMNEDEST to make it like others!
NOT gonna happen!
Take that back...
MIGHT happen ...
B
U
T
We WILL Prevail!!!!!!
and RISE like the Phoenix ...
and BE "great" once again!
BET ON IT!:)
Huh?

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#130064 Nov 27, 2012
sage won wrote:
<quoted text>
Does that mean you'll be moving there? to take advantage of all that growth?
I wouldn't blame you, sounds good.
These guys have certainly taken advantage. Think they give a shit what you think?
http://africanvibes.com/wordpressnew/2010/03/...
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#130065 Nov 27, 2012
American Lady wrote:
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue; you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.”
~ Obi-Wan Kenobi on White House
“Since the White House has been overrun by black people, shouldn't it be called the Black House?”
~ Captain Sarcasm on White House
For the religious among us who choose to believe lies, the self-proclaimed experts at Wikipedia have an article about White House.
The original White House in Wasilla, Alaska.
Located in Washington, D.C., the Black House, formerly known as the "White House" up until Barack Obama's recent ascension to power, is ostensibly the residence of the President of the United States, the Führer, the Commander in Chief and Head Executive of the United States Government. He also controls OPEC and decides how to rip off the American people.
Because the office and staff of the President are located in the White House, it is common to refer to the activities of that staff as being done "by the White House." For instance, a reporter might state that "the White House responded to questions by saying...." This should not be read as saying that the building itself made the statement. Rather, when the White House itself speaks it is usually with the voice of deceased President Ulysses S. Grant, whose spirit haunts the White House...
Throughout history there have actually been several White Houses, the first built after the end of the Revolutionary War. America had very little money at this point, since the States refused to give the Federal Government any money unless it first did the chicken dance and said "pretty please with a cherry on top." Unwilling to sacrifice its dignity like that, the Federal Government had to rely on foreign lenders and mob bosses to finance the building of the Presidential residence. Since most lenders were unwilling to make any long term investments in America "until we see how this whole independence thing works out," there was very little money for construction.
It is also a fact that the UN provided some of the funds for the construction of the White House. Many people believe that the funds were legally laundered from small shops that Condoleza Rice liked to visit, but in fact the money came from aliens which hired the UN to take out key enemies like Albert Einstein and Issac "Hit on the head by an apple" Newton. This is why gravity is non existent and people actually buy clothes from The GAP, AK-47s from Wal-Marts,terrorists from 7-11, and condoms from Borders.
As a result the first White House was a small one and was covered primarily by an old tarp that John Adams had found in his mother's basement. The structure endured until the War of 1812, during which a British soldier stole one of the tent poles and wouldn't give it back. When the President refused to lend the subsequent mess of blankets to Canadian forces, Canada responded by setting the pile on fire, as they were not nearly as docile as they are now, and could be said to have been quite rude.
Well, Green House at first, actually. After having won the war of 1812 with their bare hands, the American Justice Coalition stepped forward and proposed a new floating headquarters for themselves, which would also solve the problem of an American capitol site. Using his alien ring, James Madison created the "Green House", which served both as the Coalition's headquarters and as the new capitol building. Later Madison paid for the building to be re-painted white to prevent it from clashing with anyone's colorful uniforms.
http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/White_Hous...
;~)
"“Since the White House has been overrun by black people, shouldn't it be called the Black House?”
~ Captain Sarcasm on White House" from uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/White_House
American er hmm very dense and patriot ha ha warrior is too dense to realise that this article was written "tongue in cheek".
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#130066 Nov 27, 2012
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Rejoice jacqazz! I let my real name slip out. Woooo....
No you didn't. You've got about 5 or 6 min of them.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#130067 Nov 27, 2012
American Lady wrote:
The First Amendment and God
...
Less well known, in fact all but unknown, is the postamble:
Done in Convention by the Unanimous Consent of the States present the Seventeenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven and of the Independence of the United States of America the Twelfth. In Witness whereof We have hereunto subscribed our Names.
...
Thus, when the states ratified the Constitution, they were affirming and acknowledging within the Constitution the existence of God and specifically Jesus Christ. This acknowledgement is also given in many of the states’ ratification messages.
Ratification of the Constitution included the following words:
Delaware:“…on the seventeenth day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven…”
http://www.redstate.com/toml/2010/10/20/the-f...
;~)
LMAO (LRS tm reg'd)- They were using the Gregorian calendar, which is based on Jesus's birth. Even Moslems, Jews, use the same calendar for all purposes except religious. My god!
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#130069 Nov 27, 2012
sage won wrote:
<quoted text>
Does that mean you'll be moving there? to take advantage of all that growth?
I wouldn't blame you, sounds good.
Not a very subtle way of camouflaging your loss of THAT argument. Undertones of racism don't help either.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#130070 Nov 27, 2012
sage won wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe you could take Jock itch the crazy Canadian with you.
And thanks for confirming it.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#130071 Nov 27, 2012
American Lady wrote:
America is a form of concentrated human tragedy
23.11.2012
"A bunch of stumped people, who can be held together only on the base of either the financial constituent, or war," well-known Russian writer Maria Arbatova said about the United States. The writer sat down with Pravda.Ru editor-in-chief Inna Novikova to share her opinion of the country that so eagerly tries to dictate its will to Russia.
"You have recently returned from America. Do you think that the U.S. has the same problems, like in Russia, in the relations between people of different nationalities and different mentalities?"
"In fact, I have a suggestion. Let's send everyone to America, so that people would return as patriots from there. America is positioned as a tolerant country, but, in fact, I realized its national idea: "You had no past." This is a gathering of stumped people, who can be held together only on the base of either the financial constituent, or the desire to wage war somewhere."
http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/2...
Billymac
i am american, the people here are begullied and misinformed, it is a police state that grows ever day. by writing this i place myself at risk. but my country as been over run by elitist there is no doubt. and yes u can go to jail for not have a fishing liceses. but not for being on a pulic beach to bath in the sun, now try and sleep there and off to jail u will go. and if u hitch a ready in virgina u will find yourself in in jail for a while. before u go too court,and get fined for trying to catch a ride. that is the truth.
Mark
We already have a controlled press and dumbed down sheep falling for its propaganda as this past election shows. A totalitarian regime is only a matter of time.
This one's for ROGUE.

You never cease to question me when a "libtard" (Rogue, tm reg'd) does or says things I may not agree with . I always reply, like the use of "tard" etc. Your turn. What do you think of American Lady using Pravda to criticize her country, the United States of America, why, even to promote secession by at least 10 states - in a foreign organ, Pravda? Putin's Pravda. Let's have your view on this.
Ellen1

Arlington, MA

#130072 Nov 27, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Ellen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
We did not invent slavery, to be sure. But what we certainly did was to ignore our own principles in the Declaration, which had said that "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal..." and that all men had the right to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
While slavery is evil in all countries, it is exceptionally evil for a country that held that "all men are created equal" and that all men had the right to liberty, to hold people in slavery.
To do so required a kind of magical thinking, that black people were not human, and hence did not have the rights specified by the Declaration. But, since even well before the Civil War it was obvious that blacks were performing complex tasks and tending to the children of whites, it was obvious that they were human. So the institution of slavery in the USA was obviously something entirely different from that in Roman times etc, when the losers in wars became slaves and that was that.
We are not specially evil. But we ought to be specially embarrassed and shocked by our history, and to do in the future everything that we can to make sure that all men are treated equally.
==========
You need to go back and READ ALL of your US History. Then LEARN from iT.
THEN maybe ... you wouldn't just piece-meal IT on here! To try to make the US LQQK bad!
The United States of America "has proved" itself to BE an exceptional Nation! Time and time again!
For OVER 200 Years This REPUBLIC has STOOD
Now we have someone in office, TRYING their DAMNEDEST to make it like others!
NOT gonna happen!
Take that back...
MIGHT happen ...
B
U
T
We WILL Prevail!!!!!!
and RISE like the Phoenix ...
and BE "great" once again!
BET ON IT!:)
All nations are exceptional. Some have been exceptionally stupid. For example Prohibition.

In some things the USA has led the world. For example we abolished flogging in the US Navy in about 1850, and the British did not get to it until Churchill became First Lord of the Admiralty in WWI. We allowed all women to vote in 1920, the British did not get around to allowing ALL women to vote until 1928, and the French not until 1944.

Still, this is not evidence of something truly exceptional. Sure, we were on the right side in WWI and WWII, but others were too, and we came in late in both cases. Anything else?
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#130073 Nov 27, 2012
Terry Buckeye wrote:
<quoted text>
First, if you call yourself "American Lady", why quote the communist rag Pravda?
Secondly, Your dreams of America falling into ruin anytime soon through secession are just that, dreams. It just ain't gonna happen! MAN!!! Don't you people think about things before you post? Give yourself a few minutes to reflect on what would REALLY happen in that fantasy.
As she said a couple of months aog, Terry, the U.S. media don't critcize Obama sufficiently (as if...), so she has to turn to the "other side" to find it. And in Putin's Pravda, she has found the perfect ally. It's a shame that she and so many naive people can be so easily duped.

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#130075 Nov 27, 2012
Jacques,
Egypt's tourism industry has been practically obliterated since the Muslim Brother's revolution late last year.
Apparently, over three and a half million Egyptians are directly or indirectly dependent on foreign tourists as the main source of their livihood, which has all but evaporated due to the security concerns of travelers and other such pilgrims.

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#130076 Nov 27, 2012
Jacques,
The hard-line Salafi's do not want tourists in Egypt. They consider the viewing of statues and monuments to be sacriligious, or haram, and which run counter to the wishes of Allah.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#130077 Nov 27, 2012
Ellen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
All nations are exceptional. Some have been exceptionally stupid. For example Prohibition.
In some things the USA has led the world. For example we abolished flogging in the US Navy in about 1850, and the British did not get to it until Churchill became First Lord of the Admiralty in WWI. We allowed all women to vote in 1920, the British did not get around to allowing ALL women to vote until 1928, and the French not until 1944.
Still, this is not evidence of something truly exceptional. Sure, we were on the right side in WWI and WWII, but others were too, and we came in late in both cases. Anything else?
Feel free to pack your bags and haul azz!

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