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Republican also

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#43
Sep 16, 2012
 
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It doesn't matter whether I believe or not or anyone believes or not, the fact is, the Government is so in control that it isn't impossible to do. I hear millions of bullshit stories but some are possible.
Did you ever think about running for some office to help straighten things out? I think you could be elected if you run on the GOP ticket.
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#44
Sep 16, 2012
 
Republican also wrote:
<quoted text>Did you ever think about running for some office to help straighten things out? I think you could be elected if you run on the GOP ticket.
The rich would hire an assassin to do me in because I'd help the less fortunate out by taking from the rich.
Pretend 2 B Normal

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#45
Sep 16, 2012
 
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Look, I'm not prejudice I get really ticked off that we are letting this prick in office and he is screwing America! Have you heard, he is going to start Marshal Law? Do you think you or any other citizen in America is going to warned or saved if a we go bombing other countries or if there is a radiation fallout, he11 no! Only way we will be informed is the news unless the Government shuts them down.
I'm going to do this as best I can. In a previous post you stated that bosses around here are prejudice and that you are considering suing. Then you post something like you did on this thread. Not racist? Give me a break. A non racist does not see the president as anything but a man. I have lost a lot of respect for you. I'm sure it doesn't matter to you. Good luck to you. I will not be corresponding with you anymore.
theangryguy

Athens, TN

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#46
Sep 16, 2012
 
Pretend 2 B Normal wrote:
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I'm going to do this as best I can. In a previous post you stated that bosses around here are prejudice and that you are considering suing. Then you post something like you did on this thread. Not racist? Give me a break. A non racist does not see the president as anything but a man. I have lost a lot of respect for you. I'm sure it doesn't matter to you. Good luck to you. I will not be corresponding with you anymore.
I'm sorry you feel that way. I am angry yes, because I couldn't get work even if my life depended on it and I was more qualified. The president is failing us and nobody see's that. Yes, bosses are prejudice, he11 we all are in a way. I am a nice guy,always have been but with all the he11 I'm put through am I suppose to enjoy it? Yes, I'm racist because society makes me racist but, not 100% racist.
Greene Guy

Niota, TN

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#47
Sep 16, 2012
 

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I'm sorry you feel that way. I am angry yes, because I couldn't get work even if my life depended on it and I was more qualified. The president is failing us and nobody see's that. Yes, bosses are prejudice, he11 we all are in a way. I am a nice guy,always have been but with all the he11 I'm put through am I suppose to enjoy it? Yes, I'm racist because society makes me racist but, not 100% racist.
Angryguy is righ on the money. Obama can declare Martial law at any time. When this happens ... elections are put on hold and he will remain in power. Washington lawyers are so powerful and the Supreme Court so radical that he could remain in power indefinite. You will see more terrorist activity in the US in the coming months ..... more attacks on our own soil. The middle east is a boiling pot and all their rage and hate aimed at America and Israel and Obama is turning his back on Israel and is apologizing to the terrorists. This did not happen because of some dumb, stupid movie. The movie is just a cover for all of the riots islamists are creating against america interests.
This war is coming to our back yard ..... those who are prepared will have a fighting chance to survive ..... those with their heads buried in the sand ..... will end up being buried without a head. It's coming ..... open your eyes people!!!!!

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BUFFALO, NY

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#48
Sep 16, 2012
 
Martial law is defined as TEMPORARY rule by military authorities over a civilian population. How the president of the U.S., in his capacity as commander-in-chief could/would do this is beyond comprehension. Also, martial law would probably suspend legislative and judicial power. If not a temporary solution, then it would be defined as treasonous and a military coup. Unlikely. Rest of your statement is basically negative supposition.
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#49
Sep 16, 2012
 
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<quoted text>Martial law.
Yeah I know... the angryguy said marshal law....
Greene Guy

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#50
Oct 5, 2012
 
OUTLAW RACER wrote:
Martial law is defined as TEMPORARY rule by military authorities over a civilian population. How the president of the U.S., in his capacity as commander-in-chief could/would do this is beyond comprehension. Also, martial law would probably suspend legislative and judicial power. If not a temporary solution, then it would be defined as treasonous and a military coup. Unlikely. Rest of your statement is basically negative supposition.
Duh!!!!! you just answered your own question. Obama is commander & Chief and the military answers to him.....
Greene Guy

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#51
Oct 5, 2012
 
Martial Law 'National Defense Authorization Act bill' versus Udall Amendment


As the Senate readies to vote on an amendment that would enact Martial Law and human rights violations worse than the United States has seen to date as John McCain and Levin are supporting, an afront on the U.S. Constitution, ACLU said Monday in a written statement that senators need to hear from Americans now to urge Senators to vote instead for the Udall Amendment that Senator Mark Udall has written about in the Washington Post Monday.

"I have no doubt that my colleagues had the best of intentions when they wrote those provisions, but their proposal is deeply flawed," stated Mark Udall in his op-ed in the Washington Post Monday. "If the Senate passes this legislation in a vote expected this week, we risk harming our ability to combat terrorism and weakening our national security."

ACLU stated in a written statement Monday afternoon urging immediate public outcry, "Either tonight or tomorrow, there will be a vote on whether Congress will give this president — and every future president — the power to order the military to indefinitely imprison people anywhere in the world without charging them or trying them."

"The power is so broad that even U.S. citizens, within our own country's borders, could be swept up by the military."

The National Defense Authorization Act bill, that is on the Senate floor now, "was drafted in secret and passed in a closed-door committee meeting, and includes this dangerous provision allowing worldwide indefinite detention without charge or trial," says ACLU.

Udall reported, "While Sens. Levin and McCain argue that the provisions merely codify existing authority to detain accused terrorists, the secretary of defense, the directors of national intelligence and the FBI, and the White House — along with numerous defense experts — have said this would amount to a significant expansion of the military’s detention authority."

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Oct 6, 2012
 

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Greene Guy wrote:
Martial Law 'National Defense Authorization Act bill' versus Udall Amendment
As the Senate readies to vote on an amendment that would enact Martial Law and human rights violations worse than the United States has seen to date as John McCain and Levin are supporting, an afront on the U.S. Constitution, ACLU said Monday in a written statement that senators need to hear from Americans now to urge Senators to vote instead for the Udall Amendment that Senator Mark Udall has written about in the Washington Post Monday.
"I have no doubt that my colleagues had the best of intentions when they wrote those provisions, but their proposal is deeply flawed," stated Mark Udall in his op-ed in the Washington Post Monday. "If the Senate passes this legislation in a vote expected this week, we risk harming our ability to combat terrorism and weakening our national security."
ACLU stated in a written statement Monday afternoon urging immediate public outcry, "Either tonight or tomorrow, there will be a vote on whether Congress will give this president — and every future president — the power to order the military to indefinitely imprison people anywhere in the world without charging them or trying them."
"The power is so broad that even U.S. citizens, within our own country's borders, could be swept up by the military."
The National Defense Authorization Act bill, that is on the Senate floor now, "was drafted in secret and passed in a closed-door committee meeting, and includes this dangerous provision allowing worldwide indefinite detention without charge or trial," says ACLU.
Udall reported, "While Sens. Levin and McCain argue that the provisions merely codify existing authority to detain accused terrorists, the secretary of defense, the directors of national intelligence and the FBI, and the White House — along with numerous defense experts — have said this would amount to a significant expansion of the military’s detention authority."
So the 'hostile' Congress would consider giving the president they so dislike that much sweeping power? Sorry, it is to laugh. Political posturing is more like it.
privateMORMONmee tings

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THAT NAVY SEAL was not the son any WEALTY CONSERTVE REPUBLICANthats fr damnsure
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Oct 24, 2012
 

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I agree. Presidient Obama was never given the coutesy and respect that Bush got.
Courstesy and respect. Flipping the bird and bumper stickers with "F" the President.

BTW He kept ALL of us safe for 8 years. Bush would have helped the Americans in Benghazi. Like sending an AC130. BO went to bed, then to Las Vegas.

BTW: It was the idiot Democrat George Tenet who provided Bush with erroneous data. Pressured? He could have resigned.
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Oct 24, 2012
 

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Patriot wrote:
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Courstesy and respect. Flipping the bird and bumper stickers with "F" the President.
BTW He kept ALL of us safe for 8 years. Bush would have helped the Americans in Benghazi. Like sending an AC130. BO went to bed, then to Las Vegas.
BTW: It was the idiot Democrat George Tenet who provided Bush with erroneous data. Pressured? He could have resigned.
A republican congress unanimously voted Tenet in as director of the C.I.A.

Would have thought that a bunch of superior republicans would have known better, huh.
Senor Wences

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Nov 2, 2012
 

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Barry is simply an agitator ... an agitator who thought he was so smart, that being President would be a simple job.
Whenever it comes time for him to make a decision, we see that he isn't that smart.
After nearly 4 years it's clear that the agitator was unqualified for the job, but he was elected anyway because of misdirected white guilt over race relations.
I would not expect someone as unqualified as him to be able to participate in serious decisions ... like how to defend a consulate or embassy.
Elect an amateur, you get amateur results.
Greene Guy

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#57
Nov 3, 2012
 
socialist ....Marxist ..... Communist .... are different levels of Goverent Rule ..... they are stepping stones that lead to TOTAL GOVT RULE!!!!

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