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Another election of a lifetime. Outcome may affect the survival of the USA, which is already in trouble.

Some Possible Republican Candidates:

Some of these are actually Progressives, unqualified or even constitutionally ineligible. But, the media and party don't note that. More will come along.

So far, Hillary is touted as the leading Democrat candidate. Third party candidates haven't been announced yet, but will likely have theitr usual uphill battle of publicity blackouts, prejudicial election laws, funding, etc.

Some hints may be gleaned from our 2012 Presidential Election discussion.

Member/Readers, please add your comments, articles, links below. Let the games begin. 

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READY FOR RINO RAND? Rand Paul’s Top 12 Embarrassing Flip-Flops

Do we really need a candidate who is so flippant (or so poorly advised) that he is forced to reverse field on a regular basis? And, more importantly, what do his constant backflips say about his principles?

Oh. And don’t even get me started on his support for Mitch McConnell over a true conservative (Matt Bevin) in Kentucky.

Rand Paul Backtracks on Vaccinations

While a measles outbreak was spurring new calls for vaccinations, Paul said in a Feb. 2 TV interview: “I have heard of many tragic cases of walking, talking normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines.” … Pediatric groups called the remarks irresponsible, saying the benefits of child vaccines greatly outweigh the risk.

Rand Paul Backtracks on Aid to Israel

Campaigning for a Nebraska Republican in August, Paul sparred with reporters who asked about his earlier calls to end foreign aid to all countries, including Israel… in 2011, Paul proposed a budget that would end all foreign aid, including that for Israel. He defended the position in an ABC News interview at the time.

Rand Paul Backtracks On National Sales Tax Plan

Kentucky’s Republican nominee for Senate, Rand Paul, is running away from his past support for abolishing the federal income tax in favor of a national sales tax… As the [Lexington] Herald-Leader wrote, Paul was on shaky ground when he said he has “never said anything like” support for the fair tax.

Rand Paul backtracks on comments about Cheney and Halliburton

Rand Paul is backtracking after video surfaced last week from 2009 showing him suggesting that former Vice President Dick Cheney wanted to send Americans to war in Iraq to help his former employer, military contractor Halliburton, make money… After his comments were repeatedly condemned by conservatives, the Kentucky GOP senator says now that he “wasn’t intending really to impugn [Cheney’s] personal motives.”

Rand Paul Backtracks on Voter ID

Rand Paul wants to clarify recent criticism about the Republican focus on voter ID laws. Last week the senator said it was “wrong for Republicans to go too crazy on this issue because it’s offending people.” But speaking to Sean Hannity on Tuesday, Paul said his comments got wrongly overblown.

Rand Paul Backtracks on Government Shutdown

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said on Sunday that he doesn’t think it’s a good idea to shut down the government over the funding of Obamacare, but that he is hoping his party does it anyway… He was one of the fifteen senators to sign onto a letter vowing to block funding the health care law. But on Sunday, Paul told Fox News Sunday that, “I don’t think shutting down the government is a good idea.”

Rand Paul backtracks on Clinton criticism: Iraq war actually worst ...

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) toned down his criticism of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday afternoon, admitting on CNN that the Iraq war was a greater tragedy than the attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Rand Paul Backtracks on Ferguson Comments

Just before departing for the rural town here where he performed charity eye surgeries over several days, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) caused a stir with an op-ed in Time about the violence in Ferguson, Missouri, calling for the police to be “demilitarized” and saying race skews the application of criminal justice … In an interview, he elaborated on his article and responded to critics on the right whom he said had misconstrued what he wrote.

Rand Paul backtracks on one-year deficit elimination pledge

Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul backtracked last week on his pledge to erase the federal budget deficit in a year, instead offering several options that he said could get it done within five… Conway’s campaign pounced on Paul’s comments. Conway spokeswoman Allison Haley said Paul refuses to offer “a straight answer on his secret plans to balance the budget in a year,” and now is “waffling on the amount of time it will take.”

Rand Paul Backtracks on His College Degree

Speaking at a conference last Thursday, Paul twice said he had a college degree in biology… Paul attended Baylor University in the 1980s, but left without a degree. Nonetheless, he was accepted at Duke University’s highly regarded medical school, where he earned a degree.

On Marriage Equality, Rand Paul Raises Bestiality, Then Backtracks

Sen. Rand Paul made a remark yesterday about same-sex marriage paving the path for marriage between humans and nonhumans, but he quickly backtracked on it, with an aide characterizing it as “sarcasm.”

Rand Paul Reverses Course on the Civil Rights Act of 1964

… tonight on The Rachel Maddow Show, newly minted Kentucky Rebublican senatorial candidate Rand Paul refused to say whether or not he would have voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964… [a day later] I guess his campaign has enough sense to realize that his view on defending the ‘rights’ of private businesses to discriminate wasn’t an electoral winner [and issued a statement backing the law.]

Look, I’d be perfectly backing Paul  as a Secretary of the Treasury under Ted Cruz.

But Paul’s mouth is a loose cannon and bound to get another Democrat President elected in 2016 during the heat of a campaign. Sorry, that’s just reality.

Doug Ross @ Journal

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Exclusive: New Ted Cruz Super-PACs Take in Record Haul

The Texas senator's supporters throw down a marker in the fundraising sweepstakes—$31 million raised in less than a week.
Mark Halperin

Ted Cruz’s presidential effort is getting into the shock-and-awe fundraising business.

An associate of the Texas senator, a recently announced presidential candidate, tells Bloomberg that a cluster of affiliated super-political action committees was formed only this week, and among them they are expected to have $31 million in the bank by Friday.

Even in the context of a presidential campaign cycle in which the major party nominees are expected to raise more than $1.5 billion, Cruz’s haul is eye-popping, one that instantly raises the stakes in the Republican fundraising contest.

Although super-PACs have radically changed the pace at which committees backing presidential candidates can raise money, the Cruz haul is remarkable. There are no known cases in which an operation backing a White House hopeful has collected this much money in less than a week.

Those involved in the Cruz super-PACS say many of his biggest financial backers haven’t yet made contributions to the new organizations and are expected to do so in the coming months. By law, super-PACS can accept unlimited contributions from individuals.

From his time as a Senate candidate in 2012, Cruz has been one of the country’s most aggressive and successful super-PAC fundraisers. His political team has calculated from the start of their planning for a presidential campaign that his overall operation would be able to keep pace with rivals in part because of a robust super-PAC operation. They have talked among themselves about the names of numerous wealthy Cruz backers who they fully expect will contribute several million dollars each.

Still, even some Cruz supporters, and many others who have been skeptical that his candidacy could draw significant financial support, are certain to be stunned by this initial round of contributions.

While former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is universally expected to easily lead all other Republican presidential candidates in financial backing, a hotly debated topic in political circles has been who would finish second to Bush in money raised by the end of 2015. This week’s apparent lightning strike could help Cruz claim that spot, possibly besting other leading prospects such as Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, former Texas Governor Rick Perry, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.

Cruz’s campaign is also expected to raise money competitively at the grassroots level through the Internet and small-dollar contributions, as well as through traditional bundling of so-called hard-dollar checks, which are subject to limits of $2,700 per election per individual. Either of those methods, of course, would require significantly more than a week to generate $31 million.

According to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission, the treasurer for the three of the new super-PACS is Dathan Voelter, an Austin, Texas, attorney who is a longtime friend and financial backer of Cruz. A fourth lists as its treasurer Jacquelyn James of Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. All four PACS have a variant of the name “Keep the Promise.”

A document prepared by the super-PAC organizers says they “are committed to raising the resources necessary to promote Senator Cruz in his efforts to win the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.” The document quotes Voelter as saying, “We’re just getting started … Our goal is to guarantee Senator Cruz can compete against any candidate. Supporters of the Senator now have a powerful vehicle with the resources necessary to aid in his effort to secure the Republican nomination and win back the White House.” The document describes those “leading the financial charge” as “a group of close, personal friends of Senator Cruz, who share his conservative vision for America.”

According to the source close to Cruz, more than $20 million of the $31 million is expected by Wednesday, with the rest due in by the end of the week. Those cash figures could not be independently confirmed by Bloomberg, and sources declined to provide financial documents to support the claim.

The group does not plan to reveal the names or number of donors until they are legally required to do so, at the end of the FEC reporting period on July 15.

According to a person familiar with the workings and financing of the new super-PACs, many of the donors are former backers of George W. Bush and Perry. Bush’s brother, of course, and Perry himself, are seeking the White House now, which makes Cruz’s coup that much more impressive. A Houston-area associate of Cruz’s has led the effort to pull together the donors, many of whom are Texans and New Yorkers.

The PAC names are “Keep the Promise,” "Keep the Promise I," “Keep the Promise II,” and “Keep the Promise III.” An internal document describing the groups’ intentions says, “Every PAC in the Keep the Promise network will fully comply with all disclosure and recordkeeping obligations set forth in federal law. The use of multiple PACS, however, will allow Keep the Promise to uniquely and flexibly tailor its activities in support of Senator Cruz and afford donors greater control over PAC operations.”

In a cover letter dated April 6, sent to the FEC along with the formal filings for three of the super-PAC entities, Voelter says that the trio “are affiliated with one another for legal and regulatory purposes.” It lists an Austin post office box as their shared address, and the Fifth Third Bank in Atlanta as the place where funds are being deposited.

Voelter declined to comment.

The document from the group says that “Keep the Promise can provide the ‘appropriate air cover’ in the battle against Senator Cruz’s opponents in the Washington establishment and on the political left. We plan to support the effort of millions of courageous conservatives who believe 2016 is our last opportunity to ‘keep the promise’ of America for future generations.”

Over at American Thinker, Pedro Gonzales offers an excellent overview of the GOP field’s positions on Amnesty.

Here’s the executive summary: only one candidate has never changed his position on the topic.

"Jeb Bush “…Jeb, as we all know, supports amnesty for illegal aliens, and he’s proud of it. If he were running in Honduras, I would vote for him in a minute…

” Marco Rubio “…Rubio co-authored a bill that would have given amnesty to illegal aliens. He has since tried to walk back from that…

” Chris Christie “…Chris has been cagey on the subject, but one thing is clear: he ordered his appointee to Frank Lautenberg’s Senate seat to vote for Marco Rubio’s amnesty bill…

” Rick Perry “…Perry is tough on illegal immigrants! He sent a handful of national guard troops to the border! (With orders not to arrest any illegals.) But as for those illegals who manage to slip through this imposing gauntlet, Perry rewards them with taxpayer-subsidized college educations. If he’s paying for illegals to go to college, I think it’s safe to say he supports amnesty…

” Mike Huckabee “…in February 2007, Huckabee … stated, ‘We shouldn’t have amnesty where we just say, “Fine, everybody’s good, we’re going to let it go.’ We should have a process where people can pay the penalties, step up and accept responsibility for not being here legally…

” Scott Walker “…Walker backed the McCain-Kennedy amnesty bill in 2006… [and] went as far as to tell POLITICO in 2013 that he supported a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants…

” Rand Paul “…Paul claims he’s against amnesty, but he voted for an amendment to give 2 million ‘temporary’ visas to illegal aliens annually…who could then apply for citizenship. It looks like amnesty to me…

” Ted Cruz “Cruz is the only major candidate who has never supported or endorsed amnesty.”

As they say on the real blogs, read the whole thing:

Hillary Clinton Wants Christians who believe in the Bible to Change
  Hilary Clinton, running for president, believes Christians must modify their beliefs in today's society.
She said,
"Rights have to exist in practice - not just on paper. "Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed."
   While she believes Christians must change their Biblical thinking, she still claims she is a Christian.
  "At the risk of appearing predictable, the Bible was and remains the biggest influence on my thinking."
  Clinton claims she read the Bible while she was raised and knows many scriptures, and that it continues to be a guide throughout her life.
  But her word and political/social values contradict her professed faith.
  Clinton opposes Biblical beliefs on abortion, marriage and opposes religious freedom.
  Click  here to watch her hypocritical views.
What do you think? 
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Scott Walker Was For Amnesty Before He Was Against It, Etc. (by Dave Levine)

Scott Walker Was For Amnesty Before He Was Against It, Etc.

by Dave Levine

Some desperate Conservative voters are looking to RINO Scott Walker to be President. What they don't seem to realize is that Walker cannot be trusted on the most important issue of our time--what to do with the 50 to 60 million illegal aliens in our country.

Thanks to blogger OneThinDime in the Comments below a Breitbart story on Lindsey Graham today, I found the following two articles on Walker's position on Amnesty:


Clearly, Walker is a RINO who cannot be trusted on Amnesty.
If you folks want to vote for him, be my guest! Just remember what happened to McCain and Romney in 2008 and 2012, respectively--they lost because 4.7 million Conservatives stayed home or voted third party! I posit that the same thing will happen to Walker if he gets the nomination.
Alan Keyes column 
Why Ben Carson is not the answer 
GOP candidate is committed to pragmatism over principle 

Alan Keyes 
Alan Keyes 
May 14, 2015 

...mankind are more disposed to suffer while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves.... But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security. 

America's founders had a shrewdly accurate understanding of human nature. Because they aimed to maintain a form of government based on reasonable persuasion, rather than forceful manipulation, in their political speech, they drew upon this understanding in order reasonably to justify a given course of action. 

So the above quoted words from the Declaration of Independence refer to the natural tendency of human beings to keep on doing what they have done, even when they suffer by doing so. To be sure, at some point the pain they experience will cause them to act out against what or whomever they perceive to be responsible for it. The question is, will their action be a reflexive, ill-conceived squall of outrage, liable to do more harm than good – or a deliberate choice, made in light of a clear sense of their own good? Will it be intended just to manage their pain, or to heal the disease that occasions it? 

The pain-management alternative is like the action of a mob – dangerous, unpredictable, likely to be morally and materially destructive, but ultimately ineffective against the disease. Such were the peasant revolts in medieval times (e.g., the uprisings against the nobility in France during the 14th century, known as the "jacqueries," or in the German Peasants' War of the 16th century), the urban uprisings that marked the advent of the French Revolution in the late 18th century, and most recently the mass movements of the so-called Arab Spring. 

But America's founders disparaged what Lincoln would later call the "mobocractic" spirit. As John Adams made clear when he wrote: 

"What do we mean by the Revolution? The war? That was no part of the revolution; it was only an effect and consequence of it. The revolution was in the minds of the people, and this was effected from 1760-1775, in the course of 15 years, before a drop of blood was shed at Lexington." (letter to Thomas Jefferson, Aug. 24, 1815) 

Ironically, the present elitist faction assault against the constitutional sovereignty of the American people implements a strategy that abuses the understanding of the founders in order to destroy the Constitution's republican form of government the founders were determined to perpetuate. The disposition to "suffer while evils are sufferable" avoids casual instability. But it may also lead people to be lethargic when real threats to their liberty require energetic, expeditious action. Their high threshold of pain makes them susceptible to an intentional pain-management strategy, one that subverts and replaces the institutions that enshrine and implement their constitutional sovereignty. 

The pain-management strategy involves taking steps that in principle discard and overthrow the constitutional sovereignty of the people, while ensuring that the damage inflicted on any given group of people stays below the threshold of perceived pain pervasive enough to unleash a general squall. 

This strategy allows repeated assaults on the common good of the people. But it does so gradually, taking care to maintain the façade of republican institutions dependent on the will of the people. Those institutions foster the illusion of representative government. So the people who bother to vote must see their poor judgment or ineffectiveness as partly responsible for the pain they are suffering. And those who don't bother to vote must see their passivity as partly to blame for their plight. 

This sense of responsibility simultaneously mobilizes shame and pride against the impulse to decry or actively resist the abuses from which they suffer. After all, if officials they voted for are responsible for such abuses, the first step required to oppose them is to admit that voting them into power was a damaging mistake. Pride rebels against such a shameful admission. People may happily take advantage of any excuse to avoid it or, if they admit to being mistaken, to palliate the gravity of their action. Meanwhile, people who refrain from citizen action may content themselves with the excuse that it obviously doesn't do any good. 

Ironically, the economic damage done by elitist-faction policies intended to weaken and preoccupy the people compounds the detrimental effect of their natural disposition to "suffer while evils are sufferable." So even when they see the harm being done to the common good by the elitist faction's assault against the principles and institutions of the Constitution's republic, and have the will to resist, they are increasingly hampered by an actual incapacity (lack of time and money) to do so. 

Thus, even people who earnestly desire to restore and maintain America's constitutional republic continue to participate in the elitist faction's sham party system. To restore the constitutional republic, Americans must conform their political activity to the structure and purpose laid out in the Constitution. All who instead uncritically conform to the structure and purpose of the elitist faction's partisan sham must realize that they are contributing their money, time, and moral resources to republic's destruction. 

As you consider this conclusion, ponder an illustration of its truth. This week, Ben Carson formally announced his candidacy for the GOP nomination for president. With supposedly fiery rhetoric calling on people to "tear down the GOP e... he seeks to attract and absorb the time, money, and resources of some of the people who know that the GOP leadership now collaborates with Obama to serve the anti-republican agenda of the elitist faction. But when he endorsed pro-abortion U.S. Senate candidate Monica Wehby in Oregon, Carson made it clear that he is an expedient "pragmatist." He talks about being principled, but then makes clear that he thinks giving priority to issues of principle is like scraping barnacles off the hull of a battleship while thereal battle rages elsewhere. 

Carson declared for president because, as he put it, he is "willing to be part of the equation," i.e., involved in the elitist faction's partisan sham. It is an equation that factors out the issues of principle on either side, so that they can be eliminated from the expression of the people's will on Election Day. What's left is an equation of raw power from which every expression of moral right and justice has been removed. Not coincidentally, this reverses the intention of America's founders. They sought to establish a regime in which checks and balances arranged powers in light of the principle of God-endowed right. They aimed, therefore, to factor out the issues of raw power to assure that right and justice would be served on account of the government's due dependence on the goodwill of the people. 

Toward that end, Dr. Carson's leftist-sounding "tear down the GOP establishment" is intended to exploit the anger of the people, rather than serve and mobilize their constitutional good will. The better alternative is to structure and direct our political activity in conformity with the Constitution, so as to leave the GOP's corruption, and the whole anti-republican shibboleth of elitist faction tyranny, foundering in the wake of our liberty restored. 

Dr. Keyes holds the distinction of being the only person ever to run against Barack Obama in a truly contested election — one featuring authentic Declaration-based moral conservatism vs. progressive liberalism — when they challenged each other for the open U.S. Senate seat from Illinois in 2004.

During the Reagan years, Keyes was the highest-ranking black appointee in the Reagan Administration, serving as Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations and as Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

He ran for president in 1996, 2000, and 2008, and was a Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate from Maryland in 1988 and 1992, in addition to his 2004 candidacy in Illinois.

He holds a Ph.D. in government from Harvard and wrote his dissertation on constitutional theory.

His basic philosophy can best be described as "Declarationism" — since he relies on the self-evident truths of the Declaration of Independence to define the premises on which our country was founded, and to which it must return if it is to survive. To Dr. Keyes, the Constitution itself cannot be faithfully interpreted, understood, or applied apart from the divinely-premised principles of the Declaration.

When Keyes ran for president in 2000, the media generally considered him the winner of the Republican primary debates, due to the persuasive eloquence of his defense of the unborn, opposition to unfair taxation, advocacy of school choice, promotion of family values, and focus on what he called "America's moral crisis." As a result, he became the host of MSNBC-TV's "Alan Keyes Is Making Sense" in 2002.

He is best known for thrusting the evil of abortion — which he considers our nation's "greatest moral challenge" — into the national spotlight.

Keyes is also a strong supporter of Israel, and in 2002 he was flown by the Israeli government to the Holy Land to receive an award for his staunch defense of Israel in the media. He is the only American ever to receive such an honor from the State of Israel.

When Keyes ran against Obama for the Senate in 2004, he did so because he was incensed the Democrat "community organizer" refused to support the Born Alive Infant Protection Act in Illinois on several occasions — a measure approved not long afterward by the U.S. Senate, 100 to 0.

Dr. Keyes blogs at, and writes commentary for WorldNetDaily and

An archive titled "Alan Keyes' Pro-life Advocacy" is available at Faith and Freedom Foundation.

Alan is available to address interested venues of students, educators, civic groups, professional organizations, public servants, political advocates, churches, and others who are interested in preserving our nation's institutions of liberty.

Taking the DEMOCRAT gun-control line
VIDEO----Ben Carson On Gun Control: "It Depends On Where You Live"

The most damning reason NOT to even consider the man:  He has no authentic instinct for what the Second Amendment is all about:

Carson thinks that right is limited by where someone lives. When asked whether or not people should be allowed to own semi-automatic weapons, he answered, "It depends on where you live.”

“I think if you live in the midst of a lot of people, and I’m afraid that that semi-automatic weapon is going to fall into the hands of a crazy person, I would rather you not have it,” Carson added.

However, if you live “out in the country somewhere by yourself” and want to own a semi-automatic weapon, he continued, “I’ve no problem with that.”

COMMENT:  This is a most damning reason not to even consider this man.  Authentic American patriots are born with the patriot instinct.  Take the Framers of the Constitution for example.  They would NEVER have made a statement like his on the Second Amendment.  SEMI-AUTOMATIC civilian firearms are not military "assault" weapons.  The military has FULLY AUTOMATIC "assault" weapons.  The Second Amendment does NOT say "city dwellers are excluded."

Take this guy OFF your primary candidate list.  If you support the Second Amendment and the rest of the Constitution, please circulate this message.


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We need to demythologize guns before the liberal attempt to create a totemic fear of them succeeds. If the gun control mentality promoting fear of guns themselves becomes our national mentality, we would turn the clock back to the days when a warrior class ruled over the people because only they had the confidence and expertise to deploy the means of defense and coercion. The gun control agenda will turn us into a people too timid to defend themselves from our would-be masters. – Alan Keyes

So now that there is a new tragedy the president wants to have a “national conversation on guns”. Here’s the thing. Until this national conversation is willing to entertain allowing teachers to carry concealed weapons, then it isn’t a conversation at all, it is a lecture. – Larry Correia'

During his 1956 presidential campaign, a woman called out to Adlai Stevenson: Senator, you have the vote of every thinking person! Stevenson called back: That's not enough, madam, we need a majority.

The economy is so bad, MSNBC had to lay off 300 Obama spokesmen. - Jay Leno

'Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. - Milton Friedman

“What we’re watching here today is the equivalent of Woodward and Bernstein helping Nixon cover up Watergate,” he said. “The mainstream media is Woodward and Bernstein. Watergate is Benghazi. Except this time, Woodward and Bernstein are helping Nixon cover it up.”-- Russ Limbaugh

Lets see if I have this straight...Former President Bill Clinton ... who lied to his own wife... was convicted of perjury ... disbarred from practicing law in his home state... an admitted philanderer ... who "Never had sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky" ... Impeached by the US House of Representatives ... is giving testimonials for Barrack Obama's character and intentions!!!???  Is this a great country or what!?

 "Thanking Obama for killing Bin Laden is like going into McDonalds and thanking Ronald McDonald for the hamburger. It's the guy cooking the burger that should get the credit, not the clown."

referring to 10-3-12 debate: "Obama made a lot of good points tonight. Unfortunately, most of them were for Romney." - Bill Maher, million dollar Obama donor

How can we stand up to someone that creates a 100 dollar Federal Reserve (FR) note for 2 cents and uses the face value of the note of 100 dollars to buy a 100 dollar U.S. Security where the government has to pay them 4% in interest at the end of the year? A yearly cost of 4 FR notes where it only cost the FR 2 cents to print.

This is the biggest Conspiracy you may ever encounter and this started sometime around 1913. Yes, your parents and their parents had so much of their time stolen from them at a cost of 2 pennies. And the National Debt is one big fraud. And this is not just in the United States but the whole world.- Steven Pattison

“Can you imagine a nation founded on the principles of God is being taken over by a party that despises God, denies God’s existence and wants to stab Israel in the back in order to support the Islamists who would kill the Jews and drive them out of the Middle East?”- - Michael Savage

"WE own this country, and when someone doesn't do the job "we have to let them go."- Clint Eastwood at RNC

"If you've got a business -- you didn't build that, somebody else made that happen”- Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro

“Capital must protect itself in every possible way, both by combination and legislation. Debts must be collected, mortgages foreclosed as rapidly as possible. When, through the process of law, the common people lose their homes, they will become more docile and more easily governed through the strong arm of government applied by a central power of wealth under leading financiers. These truths are well known among our principal men who are now engaged in forming an imperialism to govern the world. By dividing the voter through the political party system, we can get them to expend their energies in fighting for questions of no importance. It is thus by discreet action we can secure for ourselves that which has been so well planned and so successfully accomplished.”
- President American Bankers Association, 1924

"I think it is wonderful that Eric holder is making sure that Mexicans' second amendment rights are preserved!" - Bobby Florenz 

“My father was a hardcore conservative and a straight line Republican voter before he died. Now he votes Democrat.” (-Unknown)

Today, President Obama is calling for the same with the Buffett Rule.' Obama is under the mistaken impression that America's symbol is the bald ego." --The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto

 ‘In years to come there is going to be information that will come out that Obama was not the man who made the call. He can say he did and the people who really know what happened are inside the Pentagon, are in the military and the military isn’t allowed to speak out against the commander- in-chief so his secret is safe.’—Chris Kyle, former SEAL sniper

Remember just a few years ago when...

...the official unemployed was at 8.4 million instead of 12.4 million?

...the U.S. debt was at 9.5 trillion instead of 15.5 trillion?

...gas was $1.89 a gallon?

...the U.S. was friends with Isreal? Stamp Recipients was at 29 million instead of 46 million?

...U.S. Astronauts didn't have to travel with Russians to go into space?

...our country's credit rating was a Triple AAA rating?

"Apparently, I'm supposed to be more angry about what Mitt Romney does with his money than what Barack Obama does with mine."- David Burge

Rep. Randy Neugebauer put the burden into perspective: “It will take over 24 million man hours to comply with Dodd-Frank rules per year. It took only 20 million to build the Panama Canal.”

"Sixty-one percent of debt issued by the Treasury is bought by the Federal Reserve -- which is to say the left hand of the U.S. Government is lending money to the right hand of the US Government. ... Nonetheless, in a land where every mewling babe in the American nursery is born with a debt burden of just under $200,000, the president brags that only his party is 'compassionate' to have no plan whatsoever even to attempt to do anything about this, no way, no how, not now, not ever." --columnist Mark Steyn

Isn't it amazing how every facet of Sergeant Bales life,  high school, college, employment, why he left his employment, his brother’s employment, his wife’s employment, real estate holdings, a missed house payment , a missed promotion etc., is exposed within a week and the same fact finders can't find comparable info on the most powerful man in the world in three plus years ?

"We do not have a single document that proves Mr. Obama's birth in Hawaii or anywhere in the United States for that matter. The document is fake, the representation is fake.—Mike Zullo, Arpaio Posse Chief Investigator

" If they (SCOTUS destroy the Constitution, they will have destroyed that which created their positions." - Stewart Rhodes.

"We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts, NOT to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution." -- Abraham Lincoln

"Quick, name something that government does better than the private sector that doesn't involve detention, killing, or eliminating freedom." ----Bobby Florentz

"Government exists to protect us from each other. Where government has gone beyond its limits is in deciding to protect us from ourselves."---- Ronald Reagan (1911-2004) 40th US President

“The election of President Obama by the presidential electors, confirmed by Congress, makes the documents and testimony sought by plaintiff irrelevant,” Obama’s lawyer Jablonski said.


“The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense.”
--Author Tom Clancy


But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace. "  

- Thomas Paine.


"Look, the Taliban, per se, is not our enemy.”

- VP Joe Biden
December 2011


"The Constitution of the United States is a law for rulers and for people, equally in war and peace, and it covers with its shield of protection all classes of men, at all times and under all circumstances. No doctrine involving more pernicious consequences was ever invented by the wit of men that any of its great provisions can be suspended during any of the great exigencies of government."

– Ex Parte Milligan (1866)


Permit me to hint whether it would not be wise and seasonable to provide a strong check to the admission of foreigners into the administration of our national government ; and to declare expressly that the command in chief of the American army shall not be given to, nor devolve on any but a natural born citizen.
I remain, dear sir,
Your faithful friend and servant,

John Jay. 


Calling Ron Paul "out of the mainstream" is a double-edged sword, because it also means he can’t possibly be responsible for the condition of the country today. 

<!--[if !supportLists]-->-        - <!--[endif]-->Thomas E. Woods, Jr.


 A guy named Reggie Love leaving the White House to get a degree at the Wharton School of Business. I guess he realized you can't learn anything about economics in the Obama White House.

- Jay Leno

Laws and regulations which violate the Constitution are not obligatory upon any free man. 

(believed to be from George Washington.)


  “We’re at that awkward stage where it’s too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.”

- Claire Wolf


Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, the chairman of the National Transitional Council and de fact president, had already declared that Libyan laws in future would have Sharia, the Islamic code, as its "basic source".
-       The Telegraph (good job Barack!) 


Those who make peaceful change impossible, make violent change inevitable     - Robert F. Kennedy


 "The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." -- Albert Einstein


The four boxes of LIBERTY:
1. soap
2. ballot
3. jury
4. ammo that order!


"The actual need for a service, its relevance and value is always subordinate to the bureaucracy. This is the difference from the private sector: you go into a shop, and the sales assistant asks, 'Can I be of assistance to you, sir?' You go into a government agency: 'Get to the back of the queue and wait until you are called!”'

-       Alistair Mcleod



 "Only Malcolm X’s autobiography seemed to offer something different. His repeated acts of self-creation spoke to me. The blunt poetry of his words. His unadorned insistence on respect. He promised a new and uncompromising order, martial in its discipline."  

– Barack Hussein Obama 


“It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”

-Oscar Wilde


“Anyone with an Obama 2012 Bumper Sticker is a Threat to the Gene Pool”

Congressman Allen West


“The Only People Who Don’t Want to Disclose the Truth are Those with Something to Hide."

- Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro


"If it takes a village to raise your kid, you’re in the wrong country."

-  Seen by Tim Clack II


"The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."

-Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Soebarkah Bounel


"The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum. " 

- Noam Chomsky


"Judge me by the people with whom I surround myself." -

- Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro (we are, Barry)


"…whensoever the General Government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force…"

Thomas Jefferson, Federal v. Consolidated Government


“Better to be paralyzed from the neck down than the neck up”

Charles Krauthammer.


"Sublata causa, tollitur effectus" (Remove the  cause and the effect will cease)

 "Civilization and anarchy are only seven meals apart"                          

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