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Woodward-Sperling Flap May Turn Tide

putupjob Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 10:22 AM
The press is toilet paper for use by the Obamas. For whatever the reason, the press dutifully carry out their responsibility as sheets on the roll. What we knew at one time as the pride of the media is now gone. Their privileges have been used in the worst kind of abuse of power against the people. They lie, hide stories and defend lawlessness as necessary to maintain their claim to a place as Obama toiletry. The 2nd amendment is on the chopping block. Once the 2nd is gone, the 1st will quickly become a distant memory. Future generations will speak of the America that used to be as a kind of imaginary place that once was.
TommyMaq Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 11:22 PM
Nah. Get involved locally. Get your city council and state reps behind the right values, for they are our strongmen against the federales.

If the citizens try a tax revolt, it's rebellion. When the states start a tax revolt and call up the state guards and start the process for a constitutional convention, the armed forces won't follow orders and it will be game over for the feds.
There is a rule in Politics 2013 that's evident in the flap about a White House aide's maybe threatening or not threatening Washington Post veteran reporter Bob Woodward. The rule: The more superficial the brouhaha the bigger its impact.

What public figures say is more important than what they do, because cable TV and political blogs can cover a mud fight more cheaply and more easily than they can a real story.

Quick synopsis: Woodward has reported doggedly on the White House's role in putting "sequester" cuts -- $85 billion this year -- in the 2011 Budget Control Act. Last week, as Woodward...

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