It’s Revolution!

©2009 drkate

To everything…there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven...

It is our time as Americans now, our responsibility, and our calling.  In 2009, you either woke up or you didn’t.  In 2010, the tide will turn, not only because it has to, but because liberty has awakened in America.  We see the bright of the day in Patriots’ eyes; the only light our opponents see is the single, steady light of a train coming straight at them at high speed. 😛

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15 Responses to “It’s Revolution!”


  1. 2 tminu December 18, 2009 at 1:48 am

    Washington would have had Ofraud tried for treason as a British citizen usurper in a New York second!
    We must be inspired by Washington and his monumental push for freedom, when all seemed despair. Things are nowhere near as bad for us!

  2. 3 speedy December 18, 2009 at 7:34 am

    That was a very nice video of the Byrds live singing Turn, Turn, Turn.

    I just wish that America was a good now as it was a couple hundred years ago when treason was a serious crime and people who are accused of it would be arrested for it. Unfortunately, we have a criminal in the WH who is getting away with the highest crimes and felonies and no one who is in the position to do anything about it is doing anything. It saddens me what is going on nowadays in our country.

  3. 4 tminu December 18, 2009 at 8:41 am

    The Tea Party is now more popular than the Dems OR the GOP, but not combined, therfore it must not be allowed to split the GOP vote.
    ALL Patriots and Tea Party-ers must TAKE OVER the GOP and form a new version, the GO-TEA Party.

    Get active and remake the GOP into the GO-TEA, never again will we be assaulted with a marxist coup.

  4. 5 d2i December 18, 2009 at 8:54 am

    dk – your “revolution” enthusiasm is quite contagious. Love the Byrds.

    Speedy – after years of working in the political world, there is no part of me, never has been, that believes these criminals will be in power much longer. I have to believe that a handful of those individuals we hired are doing their jobs, however it takes time to get all of the pieces together. Think about it this way, back in the 90s when Clinton went through impeachment it took months of laying the ground work. So be patient. It’s tough I know, but not all politicians are bad apples. It may look that way from your vantage point which is quite reasonable given the crappola were seeing and waiting for someone, hell anyone, to do something about it…translation: do their jobs. And they will. I for one need to trust this simply b/c to fathom anything else makes me want to move to the Antartica!!!

  5. 6 No-nonsense-nancy December 18, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    Dr. Kate,i can’t get on either articlesoffreedom.us or cc2009 this evening. Maybe they shut down to post the articles at last?

  6. 9 douglasvgibbs December 19, 2009 at 5:48 am

    Revolution. Sometimes it takes a revolution to overtake a tyranny. Let’s just hope the GOP is up to the task – otherwise, it will be a long road to hoe.

    • 10 tminu December 19, 2009 at 3:11 pm

      The GOP is not up to the task. The Tea Party must consume and take over the GOP,then they will be unstoppable.

  7. 11 Quantum Leap December 19, 2009 at 11:56 am

    Latest news is saying the usuper in chief HAS LOST his base including his movie star and the sharpton/jackson types.

    A new report by Vice President Biden, which President Obama mentioned briefly in an appearance Tuesday, projects that the number of U.S. homes with smart meters will jump from about 8 million now to 40 million by 2015.

    President Obama, with Vice President Biden, tours the rooftop solar panels of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science before signing a $787 billion economic stimulus bill in February.
    CAPTIONBy Darin McGregor, APIn a memo to Obama, entitled “Progress Report: The Transformation to a Clean Energy Economy,” Biden says the Recovery Act will help fund the installation of smart meters in 18 million homes. As of January, he says 8 million homes had such meters, which track energy usage by month, week and even hour.

    Biden projects that, through a mix of public and private investment, the number of homes with smart meters could skyrocket to 40 million within six years.

    These meters, as noted in an earlier Green House post, have sparked criticism in California, where some users say they do not accurately measure power usage and their installation costs have increased utility bills.

    Biden said the administraion, along with industry, is funding the installation of 877 sensors on the electric transmission system to improve reliability and security. He says there were 160 sensors in place when Obama took office.

    The report describes the impact of these changes:

    It will result in a future in which smart appliances can make decisions about when to turn on and off and consumers can program their homes to use energy most efficiently. It will result in a grid that can detect outages before they happen, and re-route power where it is needed. The $4 billion in Recovery Act smart grid investments will likely result in 43,000 new jobs, and be matched more than one-to-one by private sector funding that could support up to 61,000 additional jobs on smart grid projects that will reduce cost, increase reliability and give consumers more choice and control over their energy use.

    The report says the administration, by making “the largest single investment in home energy efficiency in U.S history,” will weatherize the homes of half a million low-income Americans through retrofits by the end of next year.

    It also says about two dozen tougher energy standards will be finalized in the next few years for everyday appliances such as refrigerators, microwaves and washer/dryers.

    Biden says the Recovery Act’s $23 billion for renewable power generation will likely create 253,000 jobs and double energy production from solar, wind and geothermal sources by 2012.

    Okay they just installed these in my neighborhood and there is no way of knowing how much electricy we use with these new meters. PLUS I talked with a meter reader who will soon lose her job. Meter readers will al lose their good paying jobs, so how does this create jobs? How will I really know my usage now? This is all a pcak of lies and a bamboozle of my real usage. Oh and meter readers are still on board because the new meters haven’t “kicked into the central stations yet.” Must be waiting for the crap and tax bill to go through. COMING TO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD SOON!.

  8. 12 Quantum Leap December 19, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    Here’s a little tid bit. It looks like answered prayer of thwarting the thugs of their one world government via global warming meme. So we are experiencing global cooling all over now. Alaska had it’s biggest snow dump ever! Thank You God!
    😆

    GLOBAL COOLING UPDATE
    2009 Dec 7 from Clark Thurlo
    We’re scheduled to get snow here in Sacramento [California] tonight along with a record low of 27. I’ve lived here for 20 years and have only seen snow once during that time. Although I haven’t heard for certain, I believe this is the earliest snow on record for this area. Houston, TX, had their earliest snow on record this past week.

    We know that individual weather events aren’t terribly significant in relation to global climate, but the sum of them indicates that we’re in a cooler period.

  9. 13 d2i December 19, 2009 at 1:38 pm

    dk – check this link out. Thought you might enjoy it.

    http://mcnaughtonart.com/artwork/view_zoom/?artpiece_id=353#

    • 14 drkate December 19, 2009 at 4:24 pm

      Thanks, d2i, that is pretty amazing. I went over the characters, and sure enough, there was a ‘smug’ scientist on the right hand side holding Darwin’s “Origin of the Species”…😮 just as I thought! The scientists equate themselves with God!


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