Constitutional

3 votes

Vets Call For Resignations, Impeachments In Washington

Back quite a few years ago when the American people were suffering under a despot called King George III they drew up a list of his offenses and told him they were not going to allow his government by fiat to be "destructive" any longer.

In the Declaration of Independence, they cited such problems as his refusal to allow beneficial and necessary laws, his obstruction of justice by manipulating the judiciary, his erection of "a multitude of new offices," his disruption of trade and his preventing the laws adopted by local legislatures from addressing problems.

1 vote

Unite as individuals to make change as a Nation

Our government is bought. We have allowed ourselves to be silent for far too long. Unless you have a lobbyist, your opinion has become to mean jack shit. No more, though. It is time to unite as individuals - As one movement, with one goal... to be heard.

How do we do this? The first step is to get money out of politics. We need to make it a priority to get a constitutional amendment passed banning all financial contributions to political campaigns. If congress does not pass this legislation, then we send their asses home and replace them with people that will.

0 votes

Unite as individuals to make change as a Nation

Our government is bought. We have allowed ourselves to be silent for far too long. Unless you have a lobbyist, your opinion has become to mean jack shit. No more, though. It is time to unite as individuals - As one movement, with one goal... to be heard.

How do we do this? The first step is to get money out of politics. We need to make it a priority to get a constitutional amendment passed banning all financial contributions to political campaigns. If congress does not pass this legislation, then we send their asses home and replace them with people that will.

3 votes

I gave a speech at the Tea Party meeting last night..

dateline: El Dorado Co. California Republic:
This was well received, much clapping and attaboys.
459 people attended with no air conditioning ugh.
I can get the neocon tea partiers to listen, if I tie RP with the Constitution and the Founders.
Feel free to use this.

Good evening:

My name is Kevin McAllister:

The question tonight is:

What would the Founders do: about Terrorism.

Article 1 sec. 8 of the US Constitution says the Congress shall have the power to:
Define and punish Piracies and felonies committed on the high seas, and
offenses against the Law of Nations.

8 votes

Richard Simon PWNS Stoic Patriot

Sifting through the EXCELLENT comments happening at the Daily Caller under Peter Tucci's column, "Constitution-less Conservatives" (http://dailycaller.com/2011/09/02/constitution-less-conserva...), I found an awesome exchange between a "living document" interventionist and a smart guy named Richard Simon.

STOIC PATRIOT:

Is the Constitution the law of the land of the United States? Absolutely, even if ignored by the bodies charged with the duties of upholding it. Am I distressed by its lack of mention by candidates on their websites? No.

7 votes

Appeals Court rules it is 'NOT ILLEGAL' to film police

Appeals Court rules it is 'NOT ILLEGAL' to film police

Despite the mass hoax still being promulgated by both the mainstream media and local authorities across America, the First Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that it is not illegal for citizens to videotape police officers when they are on public duty.

http://www.infowars.com/appeals-court-rules-it-is-not-illega...

0 votes

Ron Paul could gain more supporters by K.I.S.S.- Keeping It Super Simple

People would discover that they agree with Ron Paul on more issues than they think if he would keep his explanations of his views positive and simple.

For example, more people need to know that it doesn't make a difference if they share the personal views on abortion or drug legalization because he doesn't think the Federal Government should be involved in our lives on that level anyway. This needs to be drilled into people's heads because the media keeps bringing it up like it is a deal breaker.

3 votes

Ohio Congressman Has Police Confiscate Camera's At Town Hall Meeting

Rep. Steve Chabot (R) ordered law enforcement to confiscate recording equipment from constituents while tv news crews were video taping openly ... one police officer can be heard lying about the law while he intimidates a citizen into giving up his recording device.

www.pixiq.com/article/ohio-congressman-bans-cameras-from-tow...

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