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The Slavery Of Equity

So… The government has no money. It has to take money from the producers in society to pay for all the social programs which past generations never needed. These social programs are used to buy votes from the parasites in … Continue reading

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I Wanna Know Why…

So… New Hampshire democrat voters just went out in cold drizzly weather to place their votes and select the candidate they want to run in the next election for President. Most of the votes went to the declared socialist candidate … Continue reading

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Race Pimps Race Pimps… They are everywhere today. Like a pimp who has women on the street, a race pimp sells race and racism at every turn and makes a good living at it. Race pimps used to just be … Continue reading

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Reparations for Slavery?

So… The subject of reparations for slavery has come back up in the media and in Congress. It usually comes up when it is election time and candidates are trying to pander to black voters. (they tend to ignore black … Continue reading

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Brown VS Board of Education

In 1951, thirteen families in the small community of Topeka, Kansas got together to do something about an unjust situation. The board of education of their community was allowing racial segregation in the school system based on an out of … Continue reading

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The Gay Agenda

The Gay Agenda The children are confused and some are wondering about the teachings they have received in their homes and churches. Liberals who control the schools want to teach the children that being gay is normal so they can … Continue reading

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I Know My Rights!

There have been a lot of changes, conflicts and frustration along the subject of voting rights throughoutthe years. Voting rights have been granted and rescinded, restricted and loosened with catches andloopholes abounding among the states. What most people do not know or understand, however, is thatwe, as citizens, have no constitutional right to vote for President of these United States.


People love to say, with conviction, “I know my rights!”, but most of them don’t have any idea of whattheir rights are. There are a lot of assumptions about their constitutional rights, mostly from listening toother peoples’ rants about civil rights instead of reading the US Constitution themselves.

Each State had their own rules about who could vote

The constitution has a lot of phrases, clauses and amendments expressly stating way that people cannot be denied the right to vote because of race (effective 1870) or gender (effective 1920). Anyone over 18 years old can vote for their state legislators, the house members and senators, but the Constitution never explicitly ensures the right of the people to vote for President except for citizens of Washington DC.

Not everyone wanted equal voting rights.

The Constitution does require that Representatives be chosen and Senators be elected by “the People.” Aside from these requirements, though, the qualifications for voters are left to the states. Over theyears the make up of “The People” has been changed many times to include or exclude people that thestates have decided. As long as the qualifications do not conflict with anything in the Constitution, thatright can be withheld. For example, in Texas, persons declared mentally incompetent and felonscurrently in prison or on probation are denied the right to vote.

Everything changes with time

It is interesting to note that though the26th Amendment requires that 18-year-olds must be able to vote, states can allow persons youngerthan 18 to vote, if they chose to. Originally, every free person over 18 had a vote, but some statesexcluded women or blacks, or Native Americans or Asians or Catholics. Eventually, however, all thestates have included these groups.

Do you know your constitutional rights? You may be surprised to find out that you don’t know as muchas you think you know. Continue reading

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Are Republicans More Patriotic Than Democrats?


Let’s start with the words, “Republican” and “Democrat”. The founding fathers of

this representative republic saw democracy as the worst evil that could befall a

free country.

Republicans are for the good of the republic.

Democrats are for democracy, which is mob rule.

Democracy is described as two wolves and a sheep voting on what to eat for


Republicans believe in the Constitution of the United States, which is the basis for

our laws. A country without laws would fall quickly.

Democrats believe that laws should be flexible, that we should just kind of ignore

the laws we don’t like. Your beloved ruler, Barry O. ignores a LOT of our laws and

makes up several of his own laws, even though our U.S. Constitution does not

allow him that power. The liberal Supreme court also makes up new laws even

though the US Constitution does not allow them that power either.

Constitutionally, our federal government is WAY bigger than it should be, but has

been grown large in order to pander to special interest groups and organized

crime, (labor unions).

Example: The Department of Education. Totally worthless but set up to make

money for teacher union crime bosses. The states are supposed to be in charge of

their own education systems, as it used to be. Now, to stroke union bosses, there

is a National, and totally useless, Department of Education. We, the citizens of

each city, county and state, are charged a school tax. The school tax is collected

and sent to Washington to the Department of Education. The money filters around

there, the labor bosses get their cut, Then SOME of the money is sent back to the

states to support their schools. No sense in that and no constitutional basis for it,

but it keeps the union bosses rich and ensures that they will deliver votes to

Democrat candidates. (How many of you are aware that classes are being held in

mobile trailors instead of brick and mortar classrooms?)

Add in the Department of Energy, The Air Marshal Service, The Commerce

Department, The Interagency Trade Enforcement Center, The U.S. Department

of Agriculture, The Securities Exchange Commission, U.S. Election Assistance

Commission, Affirmative Civil Enforcement “ACE”, HUD and so many more that I

don’t want to waste time and space here. These are all completely supeflouous

agencies whose functions are either redundant, uncessessary or can be done

much more efficiently at the state level.

I have heard charges of conservative “name calling”, but that is the primary tool

of the left. Whenever a liberal is confronted with cold hard facts or logic, they

start screaming senseless words they have had drilled into them by the liberal


“FASCIST!”,”NAZI!”, and their favorite, “RACIST!” (Printed in all capitals because

these words must always screamed by the rabid left) , I believe the worst name I

have heard a conservative call anyone is “liberal” or maybe “Democrat.” Show me

examples of conservatives calling names anywhere NEAR the names liberals call

conservatives. Please, if you are going to accuse, show me FACTS, not opinions. I

realize the concept of facts is pretty foreign to most liberals, but give it a try.

Reality isn’t really that scary.

Back to the original unsupported charges concerning patriotism…

Lets go to Websters…

1.a person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests

with devotion.

2.a person who regards himself or herself as a defender, especially of individual

rights, against presumed interference by the federal government.

Let’s go to Wikipedia…

Patriots (also known as American Whigs, Revolutionaries, Congress-Men or

Rebels) is a name often used to describe the colonists of the British Thirteen

United Colonies who rebelled against British control during the American

Revolution. It was their leading figures who, in July 1776, declared the United

States of America an independent nation. Their rebellion was based on the

political philosophy of republicanism, as expressed by pamphleteers, such as

Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Paine.

(Pamphleteers is colonialists version of bloggers)

As a group, Patriots represented an array of social, economic, ethnic and racial

backgrounds. They included college students like Alexander Hamilton; planters like

Thomas Jefferson; merchants like Alexander McDougall; lawyers like John Adams;

and plain farmers like Daniel Shays and Joseph Plumb Martin.

They are also the ones who conducted the Boston Tea Party, who oppose

oppressive taxation without representation. Our modern patriotic Tea Party

Members are also fighting against oppressive taxation without representation,

since our representatives are more committed to representing special interests

and Union members than they are about representing We, The People.

Liberal Democrats, however, are all for oppressive taxation, as it gives them more

money with which to buy the votes of Unions. It also supports the worship of

Obama as “Sort of a god”

My conclusion is, YES! Conservatives and TEA Party members ARE more patriotic

than liberal Democrats. There is a lot more I could say here, but I welcome any

LOGICAL and non-hysteric, name calling responses or criticisms to what I have

said here.

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Who Am I?

I was born in one country, raised in another. My father was born in another country. I was not his only child. He fathered several children with numerous women. I became very close to my mother, as my father showed … Continue reading

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The Argument Against Nationalized Healthcare

The idea of a nationalized healthcare system has been around for a long time, and like most other social ideas, it sounds good when you first hear it. Healthcare for everyone in the United States would be a dream come true for lots of families but the problems with universal healthcare far outweigh the benefits. Many countries have tried this and failed because of some basic ideas that aren’t even being considered. Continue reading

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