Choose Liberty!

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Thomas Paine’s Common Sense was probably one of the most important ‘pamphlets’ to be published  in the 1770’s, and had more impact on compelling the American people to revolt against the British than all of the scholarly, learned papers produced during the days leading up to the American Revolution. The pamphlet spoke to people, it made sense, and it inspired them to take the courageous step to break from Britain’s rule.

More than 233 years later, Thomas Paine’s words resonate, reminding us of our liberties , our responsibilities, and why tyranny is at our doorstep now.

And if you want to see the signs of tyranny which look particularly familiar today, with schoolkids singing ‘praise Obama’ songs, take a look at this 1942 U.S. Army film:

As both of these films are unsettling in their own ways, understand that it is important to know tyranny and call it out.  As the ‘federalism on steroids’ article and the Thomas Paine clip show,  tyranny is disguised under the Commerce , taxing authority, and welfare of the United States clauses.

The tyranny against Article II involves more raw disregard of the law, use of money and political power to cover up blatant lies, and the manipulation of  print, radio, and television media. Incursions into internet and blog talk radio have already begun, facilitated by an unaccountable and unconstitutional Obama-czar.  Combined with the use of neuro linguistic programming and hypnosis in speeches, Obama is the poster child of what our founders feared.

Remember the anti-American forces have planned this for a long time–at least since 1942!  It is our responsibility to make sure they do NOT succeed.

30 Responses to “Choose Liberty!”

  1. 1 wilhelm tell October 7, 2009 at 6:00 am

    May God protect the liberties of man!
    Thank-you America for the freedom you brought.
    With 1776!!! thank-you!
    May we all be strong enough to bring it to us once more. Shouldn’t it be easier for us now than back in 1776?
    …it is worth giving all!
    Keep up the splendid inspiring work!
    Greetings from a country which is blessed with freedom since a long time. This time we are in it together.
    Wilhelm (switzerland)

  2. 3 d2i October 7, 2009 at 9:58 am

    I choose LIBERTY!!!

    o/t but was asked to pass this along. Thought BG posters would like this bill –

    Subject: HR 615 – Please forward to everyone you know
    On Tuesday, the Senate health committee voted 12-11 in favor of a two-page amendment, courtesy of Republican Tom Coburn which would require all Members of Congress and their staff members to enroll in any new government-run health plan.

    Congressman John Fleming has proposed an amendment that would require Congressmen and Senators to take the same health care plan that they would force on us.. (Under proposed legislation they are exempt.)

    Congressman Fleming is encouraging people to go to his Website and sign his petition. The process is very simple. I have done just that at:

    Senator Coburn and Congressman Fleming are both physicians. Regardless of your political beliefs, it sure seems reasonable that Congress should have exactly the same medical coverage that they impose on the rest of us.

    Let’s make this go viral, folks!!! Please urge as many people as you can to do the same!

  3. 5 Quantum Leap October 7, 2009 at 11:04 am

    WoW! The Hitler video is a real find. Makes me queasy.

    This is God’s Country and God does not fail.


    “Let me be absolutely clear,” Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, said today at a press conference in Amman, Jordan. “Israel is a strong friend of Israel’s. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under a McCain…administration. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under an Obama administration. So that policy is not going to change.”

    Obots voted for a complete idiot.

    • 6 drkate October 7, 2009 at 11:10 am

      I have to squish my inclination to go up to people with an O sticker on their car and say, ‘do you realize what you’ve done?’

      I hope they get over their embarrassment about being starstruck idiots voting for an idiot and get to work…but you know how pride is!

      I was queasy too with the hitler film, especially the babies all lumped together.. 😯

  4. 9 Rosemary Woodhouse October 7, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    I feel the same, drkate. Whenever I see an Obama/Biden bumper sticker, I think…IDIOT!

  5. 10 Susan October 7, 2009 at 1:24 pm

    drkate, this was such a good article and the video’s amazing.

  6. 11 curi0us0nefromthe60s October 7, 2009 at 4:01 pm

    Hat Tip to ConstitutionallySpeaking from a post on Leo Donofrio’s blog. Blogger ConstitutionallySpeaking found this very interesting legal paper written by a Chicago law professor in Sept. of 2008. In part it states the following:

    “What is the legal significance of what we can call “the natural born citizen clause”? There is general agreement on the core of settled meaning.2 Anyone born on American soil whose parents are citizens of the United States of American is a “natural born

    He further states:

    “The meaning of the natural born citizen clause became politically salient when John McCain became the Republican nominee for President in September of 2008:3 McCain was born in the Panama Canal Zone to parents who were American citizens.4 Because McCain was born in 1937, there is a dispute as to whether the 1937 statute that purported to confer citizenship on children of American parents born in the Panama Canal Zone
    constitutes retroactive “naturalization” or whether that statute was merely a clarifying confirmation of preexisting law under which McCain was an American citizen at birth.5”

    Interestingly, the author never once mentions in his 12 page legal paper how this same definition presents a problem for Barack Obama.

    You can find the full legal paper at the following link (it is a very interesting read:

    • 12 Quantum Leap October 7, 2009 at 10:21 pm

      Mac has allegiance to the United States. obama does not. That’s the difference.

      • 13 drkate October 7, 2009 at 11:42 pm

        Agreed there on the allegiance. That was very clear. I know when I thought he and Palin had a good chance I was sleeping better. Now I sleep with one eye open!

      • 14 curi0us0nefromthe60s October 8, 2009 at 12:39 am

        Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter if Mac has allegiance. The Constitution is the Constitution, and if we accept Emerich de Vattel’s definiton of natural born citizen, we must disqualify McCain, and for that matter, in the future, we must also disqualify Jindal. We can’t have it both ways folks. We can’t manipulate the Constitution to say what we want it to say. It says what it says, and it means what it means, and that is its beauty. It protects us, we must reciprocate by protecting it as well even when it makes ineligible John McCain and others.

    • 16 drkate October 7, 2009 at 11:41 pm

      Excellent article, and yes curious no mention of obama.

      Sorta like everyone was bought off kinda early, or as i suspect, no one ever thought that anyone would dare run for office if they were not qualified. We were too trusting. Obama bet we wouldn’t notice until it was too late. Now we have a problem on our hands!

    • 18 jbjd October 7, 2009 at 6:12 pm

      No, Judge Carter did not deny Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss in Barnett v. Obama. Whatever gave you the idea, he did? You should know better than to credit any information posted in that rag.

      For the benefit of drkate’s readers, let me explain, the scheduling ‘order’ issued on October 5, 2009 in the case of Barnett v. Obama is strictly clerical and perfunctory in nature, notwithstanding any representations to the contrary made by anyone associated with Plaintiffs. Please, notice, this ‘order’ is not even signed by J. Carter.

      The parties had previously agreed upon this schedule, knowing that if the case was not dismissed at the hearing on October 5, the case management system would be triggered. J. Carter is likely to dismiss this case long before the SJ hearing scheduled in this ‘order’ for December.

      • 19 drkate October 7, 2009 at 6:31 pm

        Thank you for the information, jbjd.

        On what grounds do you think he will dismiss it? The usual ‘jurisdiction’ and ‘standing’? Thanks in advance, also, please direct me to your website if there is an article that would explain!

      • 20 drkate October 7, 2009 at 8:35 pm

        jbjd, i did some research and understand the major reasons the case would be dismissed. No need for a reply.

      • 21 Quantum Leap October 7, 2009 at 10:23 pm

        Easy now. Don’t bite Kay’s head off for making an honest mistake.

      • 22 kay October 7, 2009 at 10:46 pm

        yep…it’s on wnd also 😦 and many more blog spots…boyah me

  7. 23 Ali (Alikat/Alleycat) October 7, 2009 at 7:54 pm

    Dr. Kate, here is an excerpt from Leo’s post on the case.

    “…Judge Carter must dismiss the quo warranto aspect of the case (essentially the entire case) because his court has no subject matter jurisdiction to hear a quo warranto complaint pertaining to a US national officer located in the District of Columbia….”

    • 24 Ali (Alikat/Alleycat) October 7, 2009 at 8:10 pm

      I should have included this part of his post.

      “…The only answer I can think of is that the DOJ knows more cases are coming down the pike, some of which will be brought by very skilled attorneys with plaintiffs who have much stronger cases. If the Barnett case gets heard on the merits and it loses, that sets a very bad precedent for these future cases. If the Barnett case is dismissed on subject matter jurisdiction no issues of res judicata apply and future cases won’t be jeopardized.

      I would be very suspicious if this case gets past the motion to dismiss….”


      If its true that the case is to proceed, is it a set-up?

      • 25 drkate October 7, 2009 at 8:40 pm

        I have to agree with Leo, ‘suspicious’ is right.

        The only other thing I can think of is setting it up for appeal–that is if the judge goes forward and then DOJ appeals., they can site the judge’s lack of use of the case Leo cites as grounds for appeal…

    • 26 drkate October 7, 2009 at 8:18 pm

      thank you and for the link too.

  8. 27 kay October 7, 2009 at 10:34 pm

    Oh my I guess wishful thinking on my part…Post and e mail site…but I also see from Leo that we don’t want that…My first reacyion was ..OH GOOD discovery on the way 😦

  9. 29 kay October 7, 2009 at 11:37 pm

    TY Drkate and Quantum Leap Quantum Leap for covering my arse! 🙂

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