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Minutemen Muster Nationally to Foil Illegal Voting

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Chris Simcox, president and founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, is marshaling his forces to participate in Operation Poll Watch 2008, 'a national muster to make sure legal U.S. residents and ...

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Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#46 Jan 2, 2012
Sunlight wrote:
<quoted text> Have you seen "Hacking Democracy"? Youtube has some of it there. It is documented PROOF that E machines are easy to change and there is no record of the change.
http://www.hbo.com/docs/programs/hackingdemoc...
Hacking Democracy
Yes, I've seen it. It's nothing but a paranoid schizophrenic conspiracy theory full of speculation, innuendo, and "what if's", but ZERO proof that the machines have EVER been hacked.

The simplest way to commit vote fraud is the one Democrats have been using for decades: voting dead people, voting fictitious names, voting illegal aliens, and "losing" paper ballots.
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#47 Jan 2, 2012
ernestogarcia wrote:
well all i know is that th eminute men sound a bit like the kk in the early days of our nation...if everyone can recall how the resented the black people and would beat them up while they where on the way to pursue there right to vote. in those cases the armed forces where called in to protect the people...it kinda sounds like were repeating or history and not in a good way!!
You've been nrainwashed. The KKK was a DEMOCRAT organization. In fact, the Republican party was created specifically to combat the KKK. No group has a longer history of discriminating against blacks than the Democrats. The Democrats FILIBUSTERED the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and it only passed because of action by the Republicans.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican.

Even today, the Democrats work to keep blacks down on the liberal plantation. Every time a black personsees the light and escapes, the liberals call him or her racist names, throw Oreos at them, etc.

Esnesto, you need to learn a little history.

“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#48 Jan 2, 2012
Common Sense wrote:
<quoted text>...
Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican.
...
The same bald-faced lie has been bandied about for some time now and proven to be a lie over and over again. Yet, you sickos continue to try to breathe new life into it.

There has NEVER, EVER been any legitimate evidence brought forth to validate your asinine supposition. Legitimate proof would be a voter registration document, writings by Dr. King, or a verbal declaration from any of his hundreds of speeches that substantiate the claim that Dr. King was a Republican.

Are you or anyone you know in possession of such substantiating proof? No, you're not!

Nice try, but, again, you've been exposed as an ignorant Neanderthal and despicable liar.

The ONLY acceptable and incontrovertible proof that Dr. King was a Republican would be a) a voter registration card, b) a published writing by Dr. King wherein he declared himself to be a Republican, or c) an excerpt from one of his hundreds of speeches during which he stated he was a Republican. Nothing else will suffice!

Given the volume of writings and vast number of speeches we have from Dr. King surely you can produce something from his own hand or mouth that proclaims him to be a Republican. Surely you and your ilk can produce a voter registration card showing Dr. King was registered as a Republican.

Uh, no, you can't because no such PROOF exists.

In fact, Dr. King's own children have stated he was NOT a Republican, and they would certainly have more insight into the matter than internet nutbags trying to make the case he was.

Go feed your noxious horsesh*t to someone unread, unintelligent and gullible enough to swallow it.

Indescribable ignorance and stupidity!!

REWBA

“RelaxEverythingW illBeAllright”

Since: Mar 11

United States

#49 Jan 3, 2012
What's a minuteman?
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#50 Jan 3, 2012
I'll bet DopplerDave is also a Birther who spent years claiming that Obama was NOT born in Hawaii because no incontrovertible evidence was available. I'll bet he rambled about "long form birth cerificates" being the ONLY kind of proof he would accept.*ROFL*

Regardless, I'd rather take the word of the National Black Republicans over that of some uneducated poser on Topix. You DO seem to be quite adept with ignorance and stupidity.

http://www.nbra.info/MLKWasARepublican

“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#51 Jan 3, 2012
Common Sense wrote:
I'll bet DopplerDave is also a Birther who spent years claiming that Obama was NOT born in Hawaii because no incontrovertible evidence was available. I'll bet he rambled about "long form birth cerificates" being the ONLY kind of proof he would accept.*ROFL*
Regardless, I'd rather take the word of the National Black Republicans over that of some uneducated poser on Topix. You DO seem to be quite adept with ignorance and stupidity.
http://www.nbra.info/MLKWasARepublican
...and you take the word of "National Black Republicans" over that of the children of Martin Luther King Jr.?

Uh, have these "National Black Republicans" produced a voter registration card, writings by Dr. King, or a verbal declaration from any of his hundreds of speeches that substantiate the claim that Dr. King was a Republican?

Answer: NO, THEY HAVE NOT AND CANNOT!!

So, if I can find a few people outside your family who insist you are a polygamist, a drug trafficker and an escaped convict I should take their word over that of your family members?

Yours, little fellow, is a very unique brand of clownish buffoonery and jacks*ss stupidity.

ROTFLMAO!!!
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#52 Jan 3, 2012
Gee, YapperDave, it's a shame that you're so shallow and gullible that you can't comprehend that MLK's children are liberal Democrat political activists and, therefore, have a vested interest in denying that King (and his father before him) was a Republican.
You're probably also unaware that others in Kings family confirm that he was a Republican.
So, how's that Birther thing working out for you? Have you finally accepted that Obama was born in Hawaii, or are you now claiming the the birth certificate he released is a phony?*ROFL*
Double up on the Thorazine and call your shrink in the morning.

“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#53 Jan 3, 2012
Common Sense wrote:
Gee, YapperDave, it's a shame that you're so shallow and gullible that you can't comprehend that MLK's children are liberal Democrat political activists and, therefore, have a vested interest in denying that King (and his father before him) was a Republican.
...
You produce NOTHING to substantiate this laughable claim, and we're supposed to take you - a known kook and semi-illiterate moron - at your word?

ROTFLMAO!!!

Very well then, since all that's required is that someone/anyone here in topix post whatever they choose to embrace as "the truth", and whatever they've posted becomes the new reality, let's try this on for size...

I have it from a number of sources that you underwent a sex change operation several years ago, that you are a convicted felon, that you are in the country illegally, and that are a member of the ku klux klowns.

I can produce NOTHING to substantiate these claims, but anyone who doesn't accept them as being true is, as you put it, shallow and gullible.

Do you even realize how idiotic the blabbering, slobbering gibberish you're posting sounds?

Common Dense: "I know both MLK and his father were republicans?"

Man On the Street: "Do you have ANY documentation to prove what you claim to know is, in fact, true?"

Common Dense: "No, but I don't need proof. I believe it; therefore it is true, and if you don't believe that which I cannot prove you are shallow and gullible."

You can't teach this kind of brainless, jack*ss stupidity. It simply has to be either genetically ingrained or the result of repeated serious head injuries.

You, little fellow, are simply too ignorant to waste any additional keystrokes on.
John Birch

Surprise, AZ

#54 Jan 3, 2012
DapperDave wrote:
<quoted text>
You produce NOTHING to substantiate this laughable claim, and we're supposed to take you - a known kook and semi-illiterate moron - at your word?.....
Actually, it may well be that the little cretin is correct on this point, but he is likely to draw incorrect conclusions from it.

It was quite common in the fifties to meet what you would call a liberal Republican like Rockefeller or Stassin. Indeed, the very idea that the Republican party was or should be a "conservative party," was invented in the early sixties along with the candidacy of Barry Goldwater. The proposition that the parties should be all conservative or all liberal was hotly debated and most commonly rejected. People used to say that the genius of the American system was that two parties sold the same goods so that the voter got the best available candidate without fretting about ideology. In light of the way these things are discussed at the moment this sound strange but was commonly said at that time.

If you mean to imply that MLK was actually a man who thought like Reagan in his later years you would be completely wrong. When MLK was a Republican, assuming that he was, Reagan was commonly regarded as a dangerous radical rightist and a joke in the American political scene. King, on the other hand, was a great liberal leader and an inspiration to generations that are yet unborn.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#55 Jan 3, 2012
REWBA wrote:
What's a minuteman?
A man prone to premature ejaculation.

“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#56 Jan 5, 2012
John Birch wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, it may well be that the little cretin is correct on this point, but he is likely to draw incorrect conclusions from it.
It was quite common in the fifties to meet what you would call a liberal Republican like Rockefeller or Stassin. Indeed, the very idea that the Republican party was or should be a "conservative party," was invented in the early sixties along with the candidacy of Barry Goldwater. The proposition that the parties should be all conservative or all liberal was hotly debated and most commonly rejected. People used to say that the genius of the American system was that two parties sold the same goods so that the voter got the best available candidate without fretting about ideology. In light of the way these things are discussed at the moment this sound strange but was commonly said at that time.
If you mean to imply that MLK was actually a man who thought like Reagan in his later years you would be completely wrong. When MLK was a Republican, assuming that he was, Reagan was commonly regarded as a dangerous radical rightist and a joke in the American political scene. King, on the other hand, was a great liberal leader and an inspiration to generations that are yet unborn.
Well stated, well worth reading and well received!

Thanks.

“Jesus beat satan”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#57 Jan 5, 2012
Common Sense wrote:
The Democrats have a long and sordid history of election fraud. JFK stole the 1960 presidential election due to vote fraud. LBJ "won" a Texas election solely due to vote fraud.
And, right here in Arizona, the SEIU's Mi Familia Vota Project registered thousands of illegal aliens to vote for Democrats. Congressman Raul Grijalva won relection because of illegal aliens voting, and it's likely that Steve Gallardo of Maryvale did, too. And don't forget that Republicans overwhelmingly voted to retain Russell Pearce in the recall election orchestrated by the open-borders activists. But recall elections are open to everyone and it was the Democrats who defeated Pearce. Many of those Democrats were likely illegal aliens.
So ur a repub covering up YOUR parties sins??? Okie repubs making money off illegals and covering it up and the catholic church is ALL repubs in the majority too! Okie repubs cussed me and was hostile when I went in to vote for the first time at YMCA gaylord's baby who was a son of satan himself and a repub. Your lies are in tatters as a party and voting for one of you is voting against yourself! Even some of you have infiltrated our Democratic party and should be deported to hell for the trouble youre sowing and praise GOD, ye shall reap what ye sowed!
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#58 Jan 5, 2012
Ah, look at YapperDave with his SIX THOUSAND Topix posts. Clearly, we're dealing with someone who has issues dealig with people in the real world, so he has created a make-be;ieve persona online to compensate. He wants readers to believe that he is macho, educated, and knowledgeable. He can't stand to be proven wrong.

If you were better educated, you would know that Martin Luther King, Sr. was a lifelong Republican who opposed JFK in 1960 and endorsed Richard Nixon for president. It would seem natural that his son, who idolized him, would do as King Jr's niece says he did, join the Republican party. The niece is not a liberal activists like his children are, and has no vested interest in the issue.

As for BirchJohn's claim that Reagan was considered a radical rightist in his early years, that is simply so much bullsh!t. Reagan was a lifelong DEMOCRAT and a unionist. Hardly what any normal person would consider a "radical rightist."

You two need to stop spouting leftwing dogma and actually do some research. By doing so, you may be able to stop always making public fools of yourselves.
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#59 Jan 5, 2012
John Birch wrote:
<quoted text>
Reagan was commonly regarded as a dangerous radical rightist and a joke in the American political scene.
Who considered him a joke? The extreme left, perhaps, but certainly not the American people. Reagan beat liberal Jimmy Carter, the sitting president, by an unprecedented landslide. He was reelected the same way. Reagan was one of the most popular presidents in the history of the U.S., so I have no idea when it was that he would have been considered a "joke in the American political scene." I suspect that this is just another lie.
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#60 Jan 5, 2012
Zena Princess wrote:
<quoted text>
So ur a repub covering up YOUR parties sins???
Actually, I am NOT a Republican. As far as I'm concerned, the only difference between the Republicans in power and the Democrats in power is the speed at which the U.S. is heading for the socialist abyss. It tends to be a little slower under Republicans, but it's still heading that way.

Do you know what a logical fallacy is? Your post is completely fallacious. The fact that I acknowledge that the Democrat Party has a long, sordid history of election fraud does not mean that I must be a Republican. The truth is the truth.

“Jesus beat satan”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#61 Jan 5, 2012
Common Sense wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, I am NOT a Republican. As far as I'm concerned, the only difference between the Republicans in power and the Democrats in power is the speed at which the U.S. is heading for the socialist abyss. It tends to be a little slower under Republicans, but it's still heading that way.
Do you know what a logical fallacy is? Your post is completely fallacious. The fact that I acknowledge that the Democrat Party has a long, sordid history of election fraud does not mean that I must be a Republican. The truth is the truth.
So; does this mean you're figuring out WHO is using both these parties to pervert our country into a dictatorship?

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#62 Jan 5, 2012
Glory wrote:
<quoted text>From what I understand, there is a vast difference between the KKK and Minutemen. KKK is strictly "Aryan", all for "white power", whereas the Minutemen are strictly AMERICAN all for enforcing AMERICAN laws and are asking for our government to stop hispandering.
Exactly......
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#63 Jan 5, 2012
Boobrobert seems to think that an accusation is only true if the person or organization has been convicted of a crime. It's nice that Boobrobert has such faith in the American justice system, but the fact is that very few of the known election frauds have resulted in criminal prosecution.

No one was ever charged or prosecuted involving JFK's 1960 win due to Democrat vote fraud. No was was ever charged for the Democrat election fraud that put LBJ into a Texas office.

Just because no one was charged or convicted hardly means that ACORN was not deep into voter registration fraud. There are hundreds of reliable reports of it, all over the country. It is also well known that the SEIU's Mi Familia Vota Project has registered thousands of illegal aliens to vote for Democrats. Raul Grijalva was reelected to Congress due to the illegal alien vote.

So, you can stick your head in the sand (or somewhere closer to home) if you wish, but it's still a fact that election/vote fraud is almost entirely a Democrat endeavor.
Common Sense

Tempe, AZ

#64 Jan 5, 2012
Zena Princess wrote:
<quoted text>
So; does this mean you're figuring out WHO is using both these parties to pervert our country into a dictatorship?
I've already figured it out. It's the LIBERALS in both parties.

Liberals are the scourge of America.
The Devils Chasing Me

Los Angeles, CA

#65 Jan 5, 2012
REWBA wrote:
What's a minuteman?
They're racist terrorist who call themselves Patriots and kill innocent American families.

Minutemen TERRORIST kill a 9 year old girl and her father !

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