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Young Harris, GA

#147 Dec 6, 2012
Informed Opinion wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
I see that crazed, left wing, liberal, socialist, commie, bastard, Democrap, Bob Dole supports the U.N. Resolution.
Bob Dole - war hero, Republican Senator from Kansas, Republican Vice- Presidential candidate, Republican Presidential candidate.
Uh oh.
Right Winger's got some splaining to do.
While this particular vote was not about Agend-21,
it's all part and parcel for these Wild and Crazy folks.

THU DEC 06, 2012 AT 05:30 AM PST
Jon Stewart rips into Senate GOP for their psychotic UN conspiracy theory
by BruinKid
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/12/06/1167...

SEN. MIKE LEE, R-UT (11/26/2012): It is with grave concern for sovereignty that I oppose this UN treaty.

SEN. JAMES INHOFE, R-OK (12/4/2012): The treaty could be used to interfere with the ability of parents with disabled children to decide what action is in the best interest of their children. This would especially affect those parents who homeschool their children.

Yeah, that's the stuff, that's the stuff. You voted No because your fear is if we sign on to a treaty that is only recommendations for improved disability standards — standards we ourselves made the law of the land in this country 20 years ago — what's to stop the men in blue helmets from storming into your living room — I'm sorry, school — and force you to build a wheelchair-accessible ramp to the cafeteria — I'm sorry, your kitchen?

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#148 Dec 6, 2012
Oh my wrote:
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Since you got the email,
it must be true.
Did it explain
how Obama
will circumvent the 22nd Amedment?
No, but it stands to reason that if he can get other Amendments changed as he is aleady doing, why couldn't he change the 22nd.
Remember, he's the U.S. Saviour, isn't he?
Oh my

Young Harris, GA

#149 Dec 7, 2012
Local Mountain Man wrote:
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No, but it stands to reason that if he can get other Amendments changed as he is aleady doing, why couldn't he change the 22nd.
Remember, he's the U.S. Saviour, isn't he?
Please elaborate, exactly which Amendments (to the US Constitution) has he changed?

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#150 Dec 7, 2012
Oh my wrote:
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Please elaborate, exactly which Amendments (to the US Constitution) has he changed?
I didn\t say he HAS changed Ammendments yet, but it's a fact that he along with several other politicans are doing their best to change the 2nd Ammendment which I realize that this has been going on for longer than he has had any influence. Still, when the U.S. Savior get onboard of a situation, look out Country, he's making changes!
Informed Opinion

Springfield, NJ

#151 Dec 7, 2012
I heard the Senate protected us from Bob Dole and his liberal, socialist, commie crew that wanted to pass this voluntarily and nonbinding resolution saying we should be nice to disabled people.

I feel much safer.
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Young Harris, GA

#152 Dec 8, 2012
Local Mountain Man wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn\t say he HAS changed Ammendments yet, but it's a fact that he along with several other politicans are doing their best to change the 2nd Ammendment which I realize that this has been going on for longer than he has had any influence. Still, when the U.S. Savior get onboard of a situation, look out Country, he's making changes!
Course, after 12-21-2012, it'll be a moot point.
Informed Opinion

New York, NY

#153 Dec 8, 2012
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Course, after 12-21-2012, it'll be a moot point.
I'm sitting in the lobby of the United Nations right now - searching diligently for Blue Helmeted Storm Troopers with those Black Helicopters to take over America and raise Bob Dole and his troublemaking disabled army to control America.

So far, there are 6 bored private security guys, and a New York cop discussing the Knicks and the Yankees, and some guy who'll sell you stamps with your picture on them.

If the tour reveals a threat to Blairsville, we'll text it in time to allow those having breakfast at the Hole in the wall to take shelter.
Bored

Norman Park, GA

#154 Dec 8, 2012
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sitting in the lobby of the United Nations right now - searching diligently for Blue Helmeted Storm Troopers with those Black Helicopters to take over America and raise Bob Dole and his troublemaking disabled army to control America.
So far, there are 6 bored private security guys, and a New York cop discussing the Knicks and the Yankees, and some guy who'll sell you stamps with your picture on them.
If the tour reveals a threat to Blairsville, we'll text it in time to allow those having breakfast at the Hole in the wall to take shelter.

Bored to death by a very BORING guy.

Since: Oct 12

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#155 Dec 8, 2012
Click on the link and then tell me what you think about the U.S. Savior.
This just happened a couple of months ago.


Informed Opinion

Springfield, NJ

#156 Dec 8, 2012
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>Bored to death by a very BORING guy.
Oh that's just mean.

Like Crocket said in Miami Vice "Man, that ain't necessary".
Informed Opinion

Springfield, NJ

#157 Dec 8, 2012
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>Bored to death by a very BORING guy.
Have you thought of taking an Adult Ed. class, or volunteering at a homeless shelter, food bank, or a humane society.

Life isn't boring when you feel your contributing.
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Young Harris, GA

#158 Dec 10, 2012
SUN DEC 09, 2012 AT 02:19 PM PST
Right-Wing Extremism and Obama’s Reelection: Will There Be Blood?
by billmon
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/12/09/1168...

You may have seen the Public Policy Polling survey showing that 49% of all Republicans polled believe ACORN, an organization that hasn’t existed since 2010, stole the 2012 election for Barack Obama.

But have you thought through the mathematics of that finding, and what it might mean for the political future – and domestic tranquility – of our increasingly less-than-united United States?

According to that same PPP poll, 32% of all voters identify themselves, even now, as Republicans. Forty nine percent of 32% is 15.68%. In effect, 16% of all American voters – one in six – refuse to acknowledge that Barack Obama is the lawfully elected president of the United States.

Likewise, current grassroots GOP sentiment on the “issue” of secession. According to PPP, a quarter of all Republicans favor the idea. Twenty five percent of 32% equals 8%. So almost one in twelve American voters say they are prepared to give Ft. Sumter a do over because their candidate lost last month.

In the heartland of the original Confederacy, such views are – surprise, surprise – even more widely shared. PPP’s recent Georgia poll found Republicans in the state evenly divided on the secession question, with 42% favoring and 42% opposed (and 16% straddling the fence – or the Mason Dixon Line, so to speak).

Even more strikingly: 25% of Georgia independents, and 10% of the state’s Democrats, also say they support running down the Stars and Stripes and re-hoisting the old Stars and Bars.

...Imagine, for example, that an extremist militia group seizes control of a small town in South Carolina, disarms the local sheriff and his deputies, and sets up checkpoints on the surrounding highways. The leaders hold a press conference at city hall to proclaim independence from the tyrannical federal government and the “usurper” Obama. They call on Tea Party “patriots” across the country to join them.

That may be a paranoid fantasy, but it’s not my paranoid fantasy. It’s lifted directly from an article published last July in the Small Wars Journal, a quasi-academic military affairs journal founded by a group of retired Marine officers with a deep interest in counterinsurgency warfare.

The article’s two authors – a former director of the Army’s School of Advanced Military Studies, and a civil war historian at the University of Kansas – laid out a reasonably plausible scenario...

..I think it’s fair to assume that at that point we (and the U.S. military) would be through the looking glass and into a national crisis that would make the 1957 Little Rock school desegregation battle look like, well, a tea party.
But instead of Dwight D. Eisenhower, staunch Republican, ex-Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, white Caucasian male, sending in the troops to enforce federal writ, it would be America’s first black president – suddenly cast in the lead role in every teabagger's absolute worst nightmare.

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#159 Dec 11, 2012
Oh my wrote:
SUN DEC 09, 2012 AT 02:19 PM PST
Right-Wing Extremism and Obama’s Reelection: Will There Be Blood?
by billmon
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/12/09/1168...
You may have seen the Public Policy Polling survey showing that 49% of all Republicans polled believe ACORN, an organization that hasn’t existed since 2010, stole the 2012 election for Barack Obama.
But have you thought through the mathematics of that finding, and what it might mean for the political future – and domestic tranquility – of our increasingly less-than-united United States?
According to that same PPP poll, 32% of all voters identify themselves, even now, as Republicans. Forty nine percent of 32% is 15.68%. In effect, 16% of all American voters – one in six – refuse to acknowledge that Barack Obama is the lawfully elected president of the United States.
Likewise, current grassroots GOP sentiment on the “issue” of secession. According to PPP, a quarter of all Republicans favor the idea. Twenty five percent of 32% equals 8%. So almost one in twelve American voters say they are prepared to give Ft. Sumter a do over because their candidate lost last month.
In the heartland of the original Confederacy, such views are – surprise, surprise – even more widely shared. PPP’s recent Georgia poll found Republicans in the state evenly divided on the secession question, with 42% favoring and 42% opposed (and 16% straddling the fence – or the Mason Dixon Line, so to speak).
Even more strikingly: 25% of Georgia independents, and 10% of the state’s Democrats, also say they support running down the Stars and Stripes and re-hoisting the old Stars and Bars.
...Imagine, for example, that an extremist militia group seizes control of a small town in South Carolina, disarms the local sheriff and his deputies, and sets up checkpoints on the surrounding highways. The leaders hold a press conference at city hall to proclaim independence from the tyrannical federal government and the “usurper” Obama. They call on Tea Party “patriots” across the country to join them.
That may be a paranoid fantasy, but it’s not my paranoid fantasy. It’s lifted directly from an article published last July in the Small Wars Journal, a quasi-academic military affairs journal founded by a group of retired Marine officers with a deep interest in counterinsurgency warfare.
The article’s two authors – a former director of the Army’s School of Advanced Military Studies, and a civil war historian at the University of Kansas – laid out a reasonably plausible scenario...
..I think it’s fair to assume that at that point we (and the U.S. military) would be through the looking glass and into a national crisis that would make the 1957 Little Rock school desegregation battle look like, well, a tea party.
But instead of Dwight D. Eisenhower, staunch Republican, ex-Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, white Caucasian male, sending in the troops to enforce federal writ, it would be America’s first black president – suddenly cast in the lead role in every teabagger's absolute worst nightmare.
It's as possible as anything else is today.
Doug

Commerce, GA

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