FK – If this doesn’t make you angry you’re not a real American and you don’t belong here, much less deserve to be here. If you’ve participated in such you deserve to be in prison at least, if not hanging from the granite gallows in front of the County Court House(not the just-us center).
FK – ‘If’ the universe(s) is/are billions of years old and ‘if’ intelligent life is possible we’re likely the babies. They know we’re not ready for their reality yet. That’s why the little saucers, big cylinders, and other assorted craft that have been seen for thousands of years don’t land in front of the capital building or the church, especially the church, and say: “Here’s our reality, get over it.” We know how that worked out for Columbus and the ‘American’ aborigines, and the Australian aborigines, etc.
There are tons of vids on here about this subject and books that explore these topics yet these mainstream ‘scientists’ refuse to talk about it because they value their paychecks more than the ‘truth.’
FK – Gee, if the Jews’ old time religion ain’t workin’ no more then how can the great deception fix anything? Love thy neighbor is a good idea, unless they don’t go along with your version, sub-version or subversion then they get to be tortured until death or forever.
I’ll take the Bill of Rights and its ban on ‘cruel and unusual punishment.’ It was written by man, just like the ancient tribal propaganda, only a more ‘evolved’ man. That’s simply how it works.
FK – I’m glad he woke up and he’s doing what he’s doing but the simple fact is that sometimes ideas have to be enforced/protected at the point of a gun/sword, simple historical fact. It’s always been that way and will likely be that way again.
FK – WWI if I’m not mistaken was another war over the old empires. WWII was about the new empires. Yes, if only, but lots of ignorant 19-year-olds die in wars because their parents spend a lifetime choosing ignorance because it’s easier than thinking or standing on principle, if they even know the meaning of that word and I think most really don’t.
The elites see themselves as herders for the human livestock whose responsibility it is to ‘lead,’ the better ones anyway. The sheep don’t stop to question the dog.
As for our own situation, I won’t hold my breath for our greatest enemies, our blood domestic enemies who aren’t hiding in a cave on the other side of the world, to stop lying today. Somewhere some newswhore that had to work on a holiday is supporting the lie. Somewhere some hard corps commie is defending the Marxist mutt’s actions to a relative.
It was called trench warfare and predated that war. Not all wars are meaningless. The elites of that time started our American Revolution that resulted in a Bill of Rights that as far as I’m concerned is the greatest document ever penned by the human hand, bar none. If we lose that, at whatever cost, we may be cast into an age of darkness our descendents might not emerge from for a very long time.
Our war is far from over, and it’s not being fought for empire, but for human Liberty, the greatest calling. Time to wake up and grow up and prepare for what will be required.
According to the New York Times, McConnell “acknowledges that changing the mind-set of opposition” in the next Congress “will be crucial to advancing legislation that will attract Democratic support and force” Obama “into difficult choices over whether to sign measures pushed by his adversaries.” The Times notes “that is why his focus will be lawmakers he thinks he can meld into a governing coalition.”
“All of us from time to time make a point,” Mr. McConnell told the outlet. “But it is time now to make a difference.”
But on the issue that is arguably most important to conservatives–defunding President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty–McConnell is squeamish.
The Associated Press noted that in a recent interview, “McConnell stopped short of pledging that Congress would block Obama’s recent executive actions curbing deportations for millions of people who are in the United States illegally.” The Times emphasized that, “as for immigration policy, the leader seemed unclear himself just how the new Republican Congress would approach the issue, saying only that ‘we will be back at it in February.’”
FK – Are we surprised that it would rather play political games than stand on some real standard? I voted for the Libertarian.
Some interesting things in the comments on this one:
FK – Yeah, I agree they should ALL have to wear patches from their donors. But it wouldn’t make any difference to the hard corps commies who’re voting for a check or to soothe their guilty consciences nor to the republicrats who’ll vote for anything with an ‘r’ in front of it.
FK – The bureaucracy has become so absurd and the emperor so arrogant in his nakedness that nothing short of expensive suits hanging along Pennsylvania Ave. is going to fix this mess if it can be fixed.