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No proof is required. The world knows the tactics employed by the Hamas terrorists, yet they still rail against the state of Israel.
How did he ever become an NCO in the first place?
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The Constitution or Good Ideas?

pismobreak Wrote: May 01, 2014 6:31 PM
The feds are NOT, nor have they ever been, the sole arbiter of the meaning of the Constitution. The States have ceded, inexplicably, that power to a federal judiciary who have taken the ball and run, and run and run with it. See: "In the first place, there is not a syllable in the plan under consideration which directly empowers the national courts to construe the laws according to the spirit of the Constitution, or which gives them any greater latitude in this respect than may be claimed by the courts of every State." -- Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 81, 1788
It really ought to tell you something that this guy won the Republican presidential nomination not all that long ago. He also defeated a Tea-Party challenger to retain his seat. It seems to me that RINO's are not the problem; those voting them into and keeping them in office are the problem. When will people begin to vote on principle after careful consideration of the issues, rather than voting for someone because they are the lesser of two evils?
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Punk Rockers Knock Christmas

pismobreak Wrote: Dec 20, 2013 5:06 PM
It is excellent punk rock . . . lighten up!
Under the "new" progressive it-means-what-I-say-it-means-constitution, the states have ZERO rights. I'm with Sharon486 . . . secession is just a matter of time.
The guy is funny as heck. I don't know what is going on in his life, but it isn't good. If you missed his old show, try to catch it in re-run. Very funny stuff.
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Community Organizer Goes to War

pismobreak Wrote: Sep 05, 2013 2:09 PM
"Displease" some people? The man hates our founding principles, seeking to substitute them with his own twisted ideological view of what he thinks a centralized, all-powerful federal government should do to its citizens. "Displease?" That is an understatement sir.
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The Myth of Liberal Compassion

pismobreak Wrote: Aug 21, 2013 5:56 PM
Not so, goldilicks. Conservatives understand that "real" compassion comes from the individual, the family, the neghborhood church or the local populace . . . NOT the federal government. For all of the talk of the hypocritical left of "think globally, act locally" they ALWAYS seek to empower the centralized, liberty-eating behemoth in DC. That is not compassion, no matter how much you try to convince yourself it is.
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