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Obama's Laser Focus on Climate Change

Kim D Wrote: Jun 25, 2013 6:37 PM
They call CO2 (which is invisible and harmless) "carbon" (which is black and messy and when burned improperly makes smoke) to convince their usual ignorant intentionally low information electorate that it is bad. Basicly: "Summer hot. Smelly carbon bad. Power plants use smelly carbon. Close smelly power plants. No more smelly carbon. No more power. No problem." Is the entire thesis of the usurper's speech.
It sometimes seems that in order to become a senator you must first swear allegiance to the ever expanding power of the progressive government. Since I know that this is very improbable it must be that after being seated they succumb to the corruption that comes with power alone. The only reason they have to lie to us today is they believe the lie will insure their expanded personal power in the future. They no longer (if they ever did) care for their nation, constituents or constitution. They care only for their own long term political careers.
One of the most insidious things about the PC culture is the suppression of emotion in discourse especially in politics..
Ms. Holder kept excusing the AG's actions as mistakes and ignorance. Rosen was listed as a co-conspirator in order to find out if he was part of a conspiracy. Mr. Cunningham was understandably incredulous and let himself become animated when pointing out this obvious example of Kool-Aid intoxication. Tamara being a true child of the left, responded to Bill's emotion rather than his point that her statements made no sense, especially considering her history as an officer of the court.
Earlier Don't Tread On Me 3 posed this question: "Suppose many Congresspersons have "skeletons in their closets?" Suppose they're afraid of the IRS, or things the NSA found out about them being disclosed?" My reply: Yeah, just suppose. Just suppose something even more nefarious. Something hidden. A powerful yet unsuspected player at the top level who doesn't make threats. A powerful player who can make promises and delegate power. The one thing those in power desire most of all is ever more power.
Yeah, just suppose. Just suppose something even more nefarious. Something hidden. A powerful yet unsuspected player at the top level who doesn't make threats. A powerful player who can make promises and delegate power. The one thing those in power desire most of all is ever more power.
We must ready ourselves for the eventual collapse of our economy. The socialists think that after the fall that they will end up running the show. Libertarians, conservatives and all freedom loving people musty make sure that this does not happen. The collapse of the federal reserve economy is not only inevitable it is necessary. We will never be free with 100 Trillion in debt and obligations.
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Government's War

Kim D Wrote: Jun 19, 2013 6:58 PM
If conservatives continue to insist that the drug war is needed to "protect the children" and save us from addiction. The nanny state will continue. Banning drugs was one of the firsts acts of the progressive take over of our federal government.
Why do you believe that? Both those positions require federal government intervention to make them happen. As a libertarian I would rather see all federal government involvement removed from issues such as those. In my opinion the less that the federal government is involved in our lives the better. Every state would benefit from a reduced federal system.
Stan, government should not be endorsing marriage of any kind. Marriage should be endorsed and supported by societal means that don't include guns.
Abortion is murder. Just because all of our governments do not classify it as such doesn't change that fact.
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