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Declaration of Independence.

Life, liberty, and the **pursuit of happiness**. Right from Natural Law.

Of course most birfoons have no clue where "pursuit of happiness" came from.

“[Per]plexed the law of nature with a multitude of abftracted rules and precepts,

referring merely to the fitnefs or unfitnefs of things, is fome have vainly furmifed;

but has gracioufly reduced the rule of obedience to this one paternal precept,“that man

fhould 'purfue his own happinefs.'”

-Sir William Blackstone

From his "Commentaries on the Laws of England."

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Oct 3, 2013
 
Democracynow org wrote:
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Bill Clinton and all Newt Gingrich Rightwing Nuts destroyed average Americans with NAFTA & Terminating Glass/Steagall.
Yet you love Newt and hate Clinton.
Go Figure?
LOL
Have you ever been to Loredo, TX in recent years? They have the biggest Walmart I have ever seen. It is like a regular Walmart and a Sam's stuck together and they have about a hundred check outs.
I have seen two Hispanic people checking out with three or four shopping carts and then go out into the parking lot and stuff every nook and cranny of their Mexican plated and head south.
NAFTA has opened up much of Mexico to American goods!!!

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Oct 3, 2013
 
wojar wrote:
Declaration of Independence.
Life, liberty, and the **pursuit of happiness**. Right from Natural Law.
Of course most birfoons have no clue where "pursuit of happiness" came from.
“[Per]plexed the law of nature with a multitude of abftracted rules and precepts,
referring merely to the fitnefs or unfitnefs of things, is fome have vainly furmifed;
but has gracioufly reduced the rule of obedience to this one paternal precept,“that man
fhould 'purfue his own happinefs.'”
-Sir William Blackstone
From his "Commentaries on the Laws of England."
But I do know that "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is not in our Constitution!

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Hummm, black woman shot to death by cops in D.C.!
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Have you ever been to Loredo, TX in recent years? They have the biggest Walmart I have ever seen. It is like a regular Walmart and a Sam's stuck together and they have about a hundred check outs.
I have seen two Hispanic people checking out with three or four shopping carts and then go out into the parking lot and stuff every nook and cranny of their Mexican plated and head south.
NAFTA has opened up much of Mexico to American goods!!!
Those are goods made in China, Pakistan, and India.

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Oct 3, 2013
 
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But I do know that "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is not in our Constitution!
That's news?

Who said it was?

You have a point?
wojar wrote:
Declaration of Independence.
Life, liberty, and the **pursuit of happiness**. Right from Natural Law.
Of course most birfoons have no clue where "pursuit of happiness" came from.
“[Per]plexed the law of nature with a multitude of abftracted rules and precepts,
referring merely to the fitnefs or unfitnefs of things, is fome have vainly furmifed;
but has gracioufly reduced the rule of obedience to this one paternal precept,“that man
fhould 'purfue his own happinefs.'”
-Sir William Blackstone
From his "Commentaries on the Laws of England."

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Oct 3, 2013
 
Maybe ten to fifteen years in a Russian gulag will make other greenies think twice before they try and fook with the Russians!

Russia charges all 30 Greenpeace activists with piracy

Moscow (AFP)- Russian investigators said Thursday they had charged all 30 crew members of Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship with piracy over a protest against Arctic oil exploration, an offence that carries the risk of a lengthy prison term.

A court in the northern city of Murmansk last week detained the crew members including freelance journalists for two months pending an investigation into their protest on an oil platform owned by energy giant Gazprom.

"All 30 participants in the criminal case have been charged over the attack on the Prirazlomnaya platform," the Investigative Committee said in a statement.

"They are all charged with... piracy committed by an organised group."

http://news.yahoo.com/russia-charges-30-green...

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wojar wrote:
Declaration of Independence.
Life, liberty, and the **pursuit of happiness**. Right from Natural Law.
Of course most birfoons have no clue where "pursuit of happiness" came from.
“[Per]plexed the law of nature with a multitude of abftracted rules and precepts,
referring merely to the fitnefs or unfitnefs of things, is fome have vainly furmifed;
but has gracioufly reduced the rule of obedience to this one paternal precept,“that man
fhould 'purfue his own happinefs.'”
-Sir William Blackstone
From his "Commentaries on the Laws of England."
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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But I do know that "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is not in our Constitution!
wojar wrote:
wojar wrote:
That's news?

Who said it was?

You have a point?
That's news?

Who said it was?

You have a point?!?
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Oct 3, 2013
 
BREAKING NEWS...

As reported earlier, a woman has tried to plow through the Whites House gates with her car.

We now have more information on the situation.

We now have learned that a woman ealier today drove up to the White House gate and stopped. She was then informed by the officer at the gate that all White House tours had been canceled due to the Boner shutdown.

Upon hearing this, the lady became angry and told the officer that she was "entitled" to be in the White House, and then shouted, "IT'S OUR TURN".

The officer then asked her to lower her voice and leave. Not being the kind of person to be given orders by peasants whom she believed to be beneath her, the lady then yelled "RAFALCA, CHARRRRRRRRGE".

She then slammed her foot on the gas pedal of one of her two Cadillacs trying to force her way into the White House.

The woman has now been identified as Lady Ann Romney.

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Have you ever been to Laredo, TX in recent years? They have the biggest Walmart I have ever seen. It is like a regular Walmart and a Sam's stuck together and they have about a hundred check outs.
I have seen two Hispanic people checking out with three or four shopping carts and then go out into the parking lot and stuff every nook and cranny of their Mexican plated and head south.
NAFTA has opened up much of Mexico to American goods!!!
Democracynow org wrote:
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Those are goods made in China, Pakistan, and India.
There are no American products in any Walmart? Can they get those things in Mexico? Whose sales tax do they pay?(Texas!)
Now, have you ever been to Laredo, TX? I took an Army nurse to Nevo Laredo in 1971 and walked across the bridge. I did not get laid as she found out I was 20 years old. Yep, a 20 year old Army CW2!

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wojar wrote:
Declaration of Independence.
Life, liberty, and the **pursuit of happiness**. Right from Natural Law.
Of course most birfoons have no clue where "pursuit of happiness" came from.
“[Per]plexed the law of nature with a multitude of abftracted rules and precepts,
referring merely to the fitnefs or unfitnefs of things, is fome have vainly furmifed;
but has gracioufly reduced the rule of obedience to this one paternal precept,“that man
fhould 'purfue his own happinefs.'”
-Sir William Blackstone
From his "Commentaries on the Laws of England."
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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But I do know that "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" is not in our Constitution!
wojar wrote:
That's news?

Who said it was?

You have a point?
And the empty-headed parrot replies:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
That's news?
Who said it was?
You have a point?!?
Need a point Rouge?

It was right in your face.

The fantasy that the Founders distanced this country from English Common Law is pure fiction. They valued English Common Law as it protected the common man from abuses by the government. and they valued Natural Law, much embodied in English Common Law.

Duh!

Got a clue yet?

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Hummm, the lady that was shot was driving what looks to be a very nice car. But because she was black, she was poor?
Whey a cop points a gun at you, stop what you are doing and put your hands in the air and it is very likely you will NOT get shot! Try and run over a cop and there is a good chance you will get shot!!!

Shelia Jackson Lee Suggests Govt Shutdown Drove "Poor" Capital Hill Shooter To Kill
Greg Hengler | Oct 03, 2013
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wojar wrote:
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Need a point Rouge?
It was right in your face.
The fantasy that the Founders distanced this country from English Common Law is pure fiction. They valued English Common Law as it protected the common man from abuses by the government. and they valued Natural Law, much embodied in English Common Law.
Duh!
Got a clue yet?
No I don't need a point. It is NOT in our Constitution. Ergo, they are not rights!!! Our rights are listed in the Bill of Rights amending our Constitution. You have no right to purse happiness!

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"Ted Cruz faced a barrage of hostile questions Wednesday from angry GOP senators, who lashed the Texas tea party freshman for helping prompt a government shutdown crisis without a strategy to end it."

A Republican with no exit strategy. Does that sound familiar?

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-tur...
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That explains your repetitive dance moves
This coming from the "crawdaddy" king? LMAO!

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No I don't need a point. It is NOT in our Constitution. Ergo, they are not rights!!! Our rights are listed in the Bill of Rights amending our Constitution. You have no right to purse happiness!
Huh? The moron asked for a point, and then when the obvious point is bluntly shoved in his face he doesn't "need a point."

Sad.

The right to life is not a right? Pray tell where did Rougie ever get that idea from?

The right to liberty is not a right? Ever hear of the fecking Bill of Rights?

And the inalienable right to pursue happiness was DECLARED BY THE FOUNDERS. Does Rougie think they were on LSD?

Yup, it came from ENGLISH COMMON LAW.

I do have a right to pursue happiness. George, Thomas, and many other founders staked their lives on that right.

Got a clue yet?
wojar wrote:
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Need a point Rouge?
It was right in your face.
The fantasy that the Founders distanced this country from English Common Law is pure fiction. They valued English Common Law as it protected the common man from abuses by the government. and they valued Natural Law, much embodied in English Common Law.
Duh!
Got a clue yet?
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wojar wrote:
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"The Congress shall have Power To ... establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization ...."
What part of "Congress shall have the power to" does Dufus Dale not understand?
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People from CT should remain quiet today!
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"The sole authority to naturalize persons as citizens of the United States is conferred upon the Attorney General."
8 USC § 1421 (a)
Authority is vested in a government which acts through its agents. The Constitution contains the law, but it does not perform any actions as it is a piece of paper, an inanimate object.
Dufus Dale suffers serious intellectual impairment.
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What a dumbazz you are, Twinkerbelle! "As it is a piece of paper"? Really? Really? ID 10T Error

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Justice LRS wrote:
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People from CT should remain quiet today!
Play Law justices should remain quiet every day but they are too demented to know better.

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What a dumbazz you are, Twinkerbelle! "As it is a piece of paper"? Really? Really? ID 10T Error
In Play Justice LRS's world, the Constitution is not an inanimate object. He talks to it. Remarkably, it talks back to him.

His therapist is not amused.

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Insofar as naturalization is concerned, it is "We the People" who make citizens from immigrants, not the Constitution, which is literally a piece of paper, like it or not.

On the other hand, it is Nature that make citizens (and persons) as recognized by "We the People" and declared in our Constitution.

The Constitution (as it is currently written) cannot create a natural born citizen any more than it can create a person. Both are recognized by the Constitution, however.
wojar wrote:
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"The sole authority to naturalize persons as citizens of the United States is conferred upon the Attorney General."
8 USC § 1421 (a)
Authority is vested in a government which acts through its agents. The Constitution contains the law, but it does not perform any actions as it is a piece of paper, an inanimate object.
Dufus Dale suffers serious intellectual impairment.

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