False Patriots, Ron Paul, and the Constitution

©2012 drkate

America would be in better shape if we had more statesmen discussing the issues in light of constitutional argument and not through political labels used to dumb-down the thought process of choosing a candidate.~Timothy N. Baldwin, J.D.

The virulence with which the so-called ‘Patriots’, ‘Conservatives’, and ‘Constitutionlists’ dismiss Ron Paul is a fine measure of their utter lack of knowledge  of and respect for the Constitution, liberty, and history; it is also an indicator of their moral collapse and intellectual bankruptcy.  Unable to mount any critique Ron Paul’s positions, his record, or ideas, they search for the false promise of an idea that Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, Perry, or Huntsman could ‘beat’ the disaster known as Obama/Soetoro–why vote for any of them when their ideas are just like Obama’s?  Do you think any of these ridiculous RINOs would, if elected, eliminate Obamacare, stop the spending, return power to the states, or make Congress follow their oath of office?  Do you think any of them would not pardon Obama for his crimes against Americans and crimes against humanity for using our weapons to overthrow governments that are of no threat to the United States?

I was stunned when listening to a blog talk radio show which claims to be about the constitution to hear the speakers totally eviscerate the Constitution’s provisions on who is to declare war…“drkate says that the Constitution says only Congress can declare war–that is absolutely wrong!!!”  So I had to ask them if they thought Libya, Egypt, Iraq, Vietnam, and Granada, and El Salvador actions were ‘cool’ with them.

Equally stunning is the absolute silence when mentioning the reality of the Federal Reserve and the related Sixteenth and Seventeenth Amendments; while agreeing an audit of the federal reserve is necessary, and that both amendments were unconstitutional–there is no application of that constitutional thinking to the selection of candidates for the White House.  Stating that there was no difference between the republicans and democrats brought jeering responses like “that sounds like a Ron Paul line”.  Who are these people who claim to love America?

It is hard work to right the ship of state known as America, and to finally and permanently eliminate the forces that want to destroy us.  It is outside of most people’s comfort zone, and when faced squarely with themselves, people do not want to admit they have been duped or that their own studies tell them that a one Dr. Ron Paul has been right all along.  So they resort to name-calling and outright lies, all the while claiming to be Patriots…even leading so-called Patriot’s organizations.

Here’s an answer:


By Timothy N. Baldwin, JD.
January 10, 2012

(Posted with permission)

J.B. William’s article attacking Ron Paul, released on December 30, 2011 on NewsWithViews.com, perhaps deserves (I use the word loosely) a response. Williams’ assumes a lot and qualifies virtually nothing. He takes for granted the meaning and understanding of words like “conservative” and “liberal” and uses them to pigeon hole politics and pit people against Ron Paul. It is this kind of miniscule attention to detail that spreads misinformation and disinformation masqueraded as “fact.”

Let us consider Williams’ attacks on Ron Paul in order, and I will offer a critique for the sake of integrity in journalism and truth in politics.

1. Williams says, “Ron Paul remains totally MIA (Missing In Action) on Obama’s Article II ineligibility, which disqualifies Obama for office and every member of congress, including Ron Paul!”

This is a useless tool against Ron Paul and benefits no voters. There is not one Republican candidate taking on this issue. One has to ask, what difference does it make that Ron Paul is not leading the charge in this regard? If no one is taking on this issue as a part of their campaign, then everyone’s score is “zero to zero.” Williams’ use of “fact” is a tongue-in-cheek, sarcastic jab at Ron Paul as a “constitutionalist.” But this jab can be made universally to all the candidates; thus, this information is useless and irrelevant to persuade the voters and distinguish the candidates.

2. Williams says, “Mr. Constitution would know the primary function of the Federal Government is to protect and defend the United States against ALL enemies, foreign and domestic. – To do that in a 21st Century world, you better have one hell of a standing Military, which Mr. Constitution also opposes.”

Williams obviously mocks Ron Paul as “Mr. Constitution.” Williams steps outside of the objective and enters into the subjective and emotional. Williams’ credibility as an objective journalist diminishes significantly. We need less emotion in politics and more statesmanship. This mockery fails in that attempt.

As to Paul’s stance on defending the United States (while also supporting and defending the United States Constitution), Williams’ offers no support of his insinuation that Paul will fail at protecting the United States, and he offers no references as to what Paul’s plan is for the military and our entanglement in foreign affairs.

It is difficult to take journalism like this seriously when there is not one reference to a reliable source about Paul’s plan. Nor does Williams generate a comparative analysis of Paul’s plan versus the other candidate’s plan and how those plans conform to the constitution and to good policy as it relates to all of the factors affecting America right now (i.e. depressed economy, over-taxation, federal bureaucracies, unemployment, etc.). It amounts to, “ok, children, the sky is green because I say it’s green,” tautology.

3. Williams says, “Obama likes running unopposed. He has won every political race by eliminating his opponents, leaving him unopposed in the general election.”

What Obama likes has nothing to do with Ron Paul’s positions and his viability as an opponent.

4. William says, “Hillary Clinton was a lock for the DNC nomination in the 2008 primaries. Then the nobody from nowhere with a blank résumé and no birth certificate, stole the show. In the end analysis, the left always marches forward in lockstep, despite their many internal disputes. But the political right is more divided and scattered than ever in U.S. history, and they are no match for the unified international left that has already eliminated any real opposition for Obama in 2012.”

Williams makes an observation (“the political right is more divided and scattered than ever in U.S. history”) that offers a reality check about our political condition. Perhaps the reason for this so-called division is because the Democrat-Republican monopoly is finally starting to crumble and the people are getting sick of the same ol’ politics as usual.

Indeed, competition of ideas and real policy critique are resulting because of people like Ron Paul who are willing to think and act independently of political party. The spirit of independence was seen as a good thing in America, and political parties were seen as a potential hazard to that independence of thought. Attacking Ron Paul on these “divisive” grounds does little to convince the American who sees a problem with Democrat-Republican elitism corrupting what we want in leaders.

To Williams, marching in “lockstep” with the political party of choice is more important than one’s responsibility to the Supreme Law of the Land. Yet, for many people, Ron Paul’s breakup of the party monopoly is a long-awaited answer to prayer.

5. Williams says, “Ron Paul will not rule out a third-party run.”

So what? This has nothing to do with Ron Paul’s positions as a constitution-protector and nothing to do with his current candidacy as a Republican. Williams does not develop this thought at all but just throws it out there and presumably hopes that it will stick on the wall for people to draw their own (sinister) conclusions.

6. Williams says, “The Ron Paul campaign is built on a foundation of social liberals, chronic anti-war misfits, modern day peaceniks seeking legalized drugs, atheists, and Democrats and Independents with libertarian leanings. Nowhere in there is ‘conservatives…’ who oppose Paul as much as they oppose Obama. If Ron Paul were a constitutionalist, he would attract the conservative vote.”

Williams demonstrates the epitome of prejudice and incredibility on a political level. The tone of his statement rings of personal offense. Williams’ mis- and over-characterization of Ron Paul’s “foundation” should warn any person (who cares about logical argument) reading his article to be cautious about his premises and conclusions.

Williams uses only key-word titles as “proof” of his arguments against Ron Paul; terms like, “liberal,” “misfits,” “peaceniks,” “atheists,” “conservatives.” Perhaps Williams should have included a glossary of terms in his article, because these words have very little relationship in understanding and applying the Supreme Law of the Land.

America would be in better shape if we had more statesmen discussing the issues in light of constitutional argument and not through political labels used to dumb-down the thought process of choosing a candidate. Williams’ argument using this description amounts to a fifteen second commercial of a candidate explaining why you should “vote for me: I’m a conservative republican!”

And by induction of Williams’ random comments, the word “conservative” only includes those who would use the federal government to force “morality” on the people even though the U.S. Constitution leaves the matters of morality, health, property, contracts, marriage, etc., to the States. Williams’ attack on Ron Paul in this regard is as much an attack on the United States Constitution.

7. William says, “Ron Paul is at odds with conservatives on numerous key issues.

1. Paul supports same-sex marriage
2. Paul opposes the death penalty for violent criminals
3. Paul opposes mandatory sentencing for three-time losers
4. Paul supports legalizing illicit drugs
5. Paul opposes firm enforcement of immigration laws
6. Paul opposes free trade
7. Paul opposes a strong U.S. Military and National Defense
8. Paul opposes foreign diplomacy and prefers isolationism
9. Paul opposes stricter limits on criminal campaign finance
10. Paul opposes the Patriot Act, but also insists on letting terrorist live amongst us
11. Paul supported the arbitrary withdrawal from Iraq that resulted in deadly terror attacks hours later.”

Williams presupposes an “opposition” between Ron Paul and “conservatives”, even though he does not define the terms he uses repeatedly to try to prove Ron Paul is not “conservative.” And should Williams decide to define the term “conservative,” it would do America well to compare the term “conservative” with the original textualism and intention of the constitution.

When the President swears the oath of office, it is to protect the constitution, not someone’s subjective understanding of “conservative” or “liberal.” Are we not past the years when these terms are used as a basis for any understanding deeper than a Hallmark card?

Williams’ analogy of what Paul “supports” and “opposes” reminds me of the arguments made against the ratification of the United States Constitution. The argument went like this, “since the constitution specifically named items outside the jurisdiction of Congress to regulate (i.e. Bill of Rights), then all items not included in that list are subject to federal control.” That is, since item A through E was specifically excluded from their jurisdiction, the remaining items F through Z are included by implication. The Federalist Paper writers, of course, smashed that argument.

Williams’ illogical argument is similar against Ron Paul: since Paul will not use the federal government to create and enforce laws regarding marriage, drugs, and other domestic issues, he therefore supports gay-marriage, high crimes, stoned druggies, etc. If one is a supporter of the constitution, this should excite us—putting power back where it belongs, allowing the democratic process to reflect the will of the people in a more localized, controlled manner.

In reality, Ron Paul’s position mirrors what the Federalist Paper writers said concerning the powers to regulate the general welfare of the people: the States will retain “a very extensive portion of active sovereignty…[whose powers] are numerous and indefinite”; and the “powers delegated…to the federal government are few and defined” (James Madison, Federalist Paper 45). Apparently, to Williams, this is not acceptable.

Additionally, Williams mischaracterizes Ron Paul’s positions. Williams references no credible sources and gives the reader nothing to hang his hat on. He expects people to rely on his word alone. I would hope that people reading Williams’ article would do their own homework and find that his descriptions are inaccurate and distorting at best.

7. Williams says, “As a result, he cannot muster the conservative vote in November 2012, without which, he cannot defeat Barack Obama.”

This statement is based upon Williams’ own definition of “conservative,” whatever that is supposed to mean. Undoubtedly, these terms “conservative” and “liberal,” which describe people in a one-dimensional image, are not accurate to describe the true multi-dimensional makeup of America. Williams ignores the nationally-known cases where people see Ron Paul as the only true conservative. The pigeon-holing simply will not work in 2012. America needs more substance. Williams’ conclusion lacks any analysis based upon any facts.

8. Williams says, “Most of Paul’s ‘social conservative’ congressional votes are actually Tenth Amendment votes, which sidestep the actual issue at hand and redirect the discussion to states right. While conservatives are strong on Tenth Amendment states right, they are also strong on founding principles and values grounded in the moral laws of nature, at the foundation of our Constitutional Representative Republic. Paul is actually a liberal leaning populist candidate, rather than a Jeffersonian libertarian.”

I seriously question Williams’ understanding of or appreciation for the U.S. Constitution at this point. Williams tries to make Paul appear antithetical to the “founding principles and values grounded in the moral laws of nature…of our Constitutional Representative Republic”; however, it was that very generation that left matters of morality, police power, and domestic regulation to the States—the same matters Ron Paul says are the States to govern.

Williams also attempts to separate Paul’s political ideology from Thomas Jefferson’s. He does so in the attempt to disenfranchise those who would support Paul for his support of States’ rights. Yet, Williams does nothing to support his statement.

To Williams, it is not enough that the President of the United States would leave these matters to the States to regulate, as the constitution requires; he would rather use the President to enforce laws of morality even though that exercise of unconstitutional power goes against the “principles and values [which founded] our Constitutional Representative Republic.” Williams is more concerned about enforcing (federal) laws he likes as a “social conservative” than getting the country on the right track of constitutional governance.

Williams’ logic and conclusions are irreconcilable.

9. Williams says, “He has little in common with American conservatives and that presents a serious problem for him when conservative voters are looking to reverse course in America. Paul has been MIA on far too many constitutional issues to call himself a constitutionalist with a straight face.”

How Williams can make such a broad statement as to claim to know the characteristics of the “common American conservative” demonstrates a less-than-statesman approach. Williams displays the “he is not on our team” fallacy. Furthermore, Williams fails to acknowledge the Americans who would not place themselves into the two small pigeon holes used to control political outcomes.

10. Williams says, “Beyond lower taxes and less government, he has literally nothing in common with conservatives and even his smaller government leanings can’t work in a socially and morally bankrupt society.”

Within this statement Williams demonstrates Neo-Con ideology, wittingly or not. Williams says that Paul’s “smaller government leanings can’t work in a socially and morally bankrupt society.” This should warn every reader of a dangerous political philosophy.
Williams says that since “America is socially and morally bankrupt,” the federal government must be big and strong enough to police the United States because without it, America would decay into anarchy and chaos.

Williams’ suggested constitutional model was rejected in 1787 at the constitutional convention and follows the argument advanced by advocates of a monarchy: that is, people of large populations are incapable of adequately governing themselves and require an executive to rule over every aspect of their lives.

It is for this reason that Ron Paul is doing so well throughout the country. Americans want a President who is willing to put power back into the hands of the people. It is called self-government.

11. Williams says, “Then we have the issue of white supremacists and anti-Semites in his past. Remember, Obama must run unopposed… and the U.S. press will tear Paul from limb to limb long before next November.”

Again, William acts as a “drive-by” media and throws out a loaded statement with no evidence or credible references to support his statement.

12. Williams’ says, “Voters who grasp the reality that the nation is on the brink of total collapse and the world is on the verge of WWIII, are looking for who can defeat Obama and who might have the backbone to protect the nation from eminent danger on several fronts. I’m not sure such a candidate exists in the 2012 election, but I am certain that Ron Paul isn’t it. Facts don’t have any friends, but so far, Paul fans don’t seem too impressed by facts. Paul is unqualified for the job he seeks on this single issue alone! His anti-Semitism and poor-pitiful misunderstood jihadists, blame America first and often rhetoric should be enough to end his campaign… but do the facts matter anymore?”

Williams recognizes that the United States is in serious trouble, but he ironically fails to recognize that much of our troubles derive from a corrupted monetary system and the only candidate calling this fact out is Ron Paul. If there is a premier problem, it is in the area of economics and finance—a fruit of a bitter root most politicians are not willing to address.

Above all, Ron Paul is a proven statesman in this area and has identified the root of the counterfeiters and the evils within economic and financial institutions of the United States and World banks. Paul knows what it will take to rid us of these wrongs and to put America back on the path of social and financial-economic prosperity. It will take Ron Paul as President and governors in the States who recognize these matters to restore America to where it should and must be for a successful future.

If Williams does not recognize the seriousness of our monetary problems and Ron Paul’s obvious and fitting statesmanship and accuracy in this area, then it is no wonder he does not like Ron Paul.

Williams needs to know that Ron Paul only started what will continue until remedy is made in the matters of corrupted economics and finance, unjust foreign entanglement, and unconstitutional governance. Talk all you want about “social conservatism” and “military strength,” the United States will not be able to adequately solve and resolve any of major problems on any level without an economy to fund it.

Upon Williams’ conclusion, he makes a reference to “facts,” yet he barely refers to one fact in his entire article, which is based upon presumptions, presuppositions, mischaracterizations, and generalizations—without even a hyperlink to direct the reader to learn more about what Ron Paul would do as President.

I ask Williams the same question he asks, “do the facts matter anymore?,” with an additional question, “does the United States Constitution matter anymore?”

Please see more of Mr. Baldwin’s work and his latest book– Romans 13: The True Meaning of Submission

Tim Baldwin will be a guest on Revolution Radio, Thursday evening January 12, 2012, starting at 9 pm eastern


And, what if the powers that be are lying to you about Ron Paul?

129 Responses to “False Patriots, Ron Paul, and the Constitution”

  1. 1 Quantum Leap January 11, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    This was making me sick. I’ll have to finish the read later.

    This is the problem: They spout disinformation knowing full well it’s made up lies.

    Ron Paul doesn’t stand for any of that. You have the cry babies who are closet marxists like JB and he would not support ANY conservative.

    Williams says, “The Ron Paul campaign is built on a foundation of social liberals,

    It is not. It’s built on Monetary policy and fiscal conservatism with supporters of all ages, parties and flavors. It’s built on the constitution and sound economy.
    Cry baby’s over at gateway are all calling RP whacko for not wanting to do foreign give-aways to dictators. They cried about a bunch of things a few months ago and now that RP will put a stop to what is causing their woes they are calling Ron Paul a nut. These are some mentally ill voters for sure. Everything they wanted RP will give them but instead they call him a nut.

    Here’s what it is besides them being closet cases (marxists libs posing as conservatives)

    ,b>Their candidate gets to lose to Ron Paul. (oh, can’t have that) That’s the underlying factor. But they won’t tell you that. Instead they say RP is a nut.
    So RP wants to keep taxpayer money here for citizens and not do foreign giveaways……… and they cry…….

    This clearly tells you that are not up to speed on what RP is really about. Tell JB and the like to stop making shit up. They are doing just what the obots did. Dog someone without having a clue as to what they stand for and vote for a loser whom they know nothing about. These low IQ people are a drag on society.

    “They are calling us dangerous. Yes we are dangerous. Dangerous to the staus quo” -Dr Ron Paul

    Ask JB what is his motive for talking shit and lies about what RP stands for.

    If anyone would really know what RP stands for they could not help BUT vote for RP. That’s a fact.

    Full moon approaching. Stay calm. Let them fight and call the ‘freedom’ candidate a nut and lie about his stances. They really want obama to win cause Romney will not get the conservative vote. Not mine. Why bother? Bush W, Obama and Romney are one and the same.

  2. 2 Quantum Leap January 11, 2012 at 6:20 pm

    So when obama debates Romney, Romney will say he’s going to get rid of Romneycare obamacare. 😆

    Or Romney who hires illegal aliens for $8/hr will say he’ll close our borders and reform illegal immigration……. 😆

    Or Romney will battle obama on who is supported more by wall street. 😆

    Or Romney will say that obama is for live birth abortion while he himself flip flops on abortion issues himself.

    Or Romney will stick his finger in the air and see which way the wind blows just like obama does.

    Or Romney will talk about all of Obama’s offshore secret trust accounts stolen from you know where, all the while he tries to hide his own offshore accounts of the money he made on wall street off the backs of the lower middle class while they lost all their money. There is a lack of conscience in both obama and Romney. There is no contrast and no real pickings. It’ll be the most boring redundant election ever if the media picks Romney. Just say no!

    Add the the list here>

    This is a losing proposition. Anyone against Dr Ron Paul is not a PATRIOT. THEY ARE JUST PLAIN marxists, LOSERS AND LIARS.

    JB is a die hard liberal democrat so what does JB know. JB doesn’t even understand that Hillary punked him/her. The people calling Dr Paul a nut are die-hard marxist liberals posing as God knows what. That’s all folks. Tell them to shut up.

    Ask people in Mass how Romney is. He is the reason MASS is not doing well. They know that Romney is a closet Dem. My dad lives there and calls Romney a crook. Says they voted for him cause he is really a closet Dem. Repub getting votes in Mass is nearly impossible.

  3. 6 Jan January 11, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    Great article Dr. K and QL, I love what you have added.
    Everyone tune in tomorrow to Blogtalk.

  4. 7 Kathy January 11, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    The reality is the sleeping giant is awake and try as they may they can not make us go back to sleep. So what they do is smear, like we can not see through that. They just do not have an argument and they know it , we know it .

    Every time there was a a surge in the polls for one of the RINO;s I would tell my husband there is the new noodle, the one thrown on the wall to see if they would stick. Each and every surge was a flash in the pan.

    Now they are resurrecting former noodles, Romney was pretty much done until poopy Bush decided he was the one. Romney may end up the one but never in a million years because the people want him.

    I have relatives in Mass. and the horror show they go through called health care should be enough to keep anyone from voting for this noodle.

    As far as Williams is concerned , as much as he may or may not believe Ron Paul’s support is across the board in all areas, age, political affiliation,personal beliefs, it is laughable that he claims Paul’s supporters are atheists since he seems to be the answer to most of our prayers. People seeking legalized drugs, really? How’s the war on drugs working, if there ever was a war we would have the border crawling with agents.

    And my thought is the whole reason for Romney and Bush’s backing is to get Jeb on the ticket, like we need another Bush.

    • 8 heather January 11, 2012 at 9:56 pm

      Called bait and switch—-exactly what mortgage lenders have been known to do! The banks that are to big to fail—you know, those ones that barry bailed out with our money.

  5. 9 no-nonsense-nancy January 11, 2012 at 9:27 pm

    Once in a while I still read Hillaryis44 to see how that part of the world is thinking and because you can get some good info there. I went to it tonight and got sick. They have a ‘draft Hillary or die’ campaign going. Evidently they had a big Hillary write-in in NH. One good thing, They split BO’s votes. He only got 80% according to them. Pretty bad for an unopposed candidate!. I can’t believe even dems who hate Obama still have such a love afair going on with Hillary.And all of the commetors were glad Mittens ‘won’.

    Very good post, Kate. I first read that article of JB’s the other day and then the rebuttal. The tea party better get it’s head on straight and suport the only man who can beat BO and get our country fixed. I am finished with the tea party. I am active with a grass roots group which doesn’t align itself with the TP per say. They are very much constitutionists.

  6. 11 Ann January 11, 2012 at 10:47 pm

    Great article and I agree with EVERY word. There’s no way in HELL the other candidates will make one change that would amount to a hill of beans. I’d rather see Perry win the nomination than Newt or Mitt or God forbid, Santorum. That one walks around with a chip on his shoulder. UGH Of course I want Dr. Paul to win the nomination but it’s gonna be an uphill battle for him going against the idiotic media we have now and the ignorant sheeple.

    JB Williams is a stupid, corrupt idiot writing that drivel and outright lies about Ron Paul. We know he’s working for the other side now so anything he says will be ignored by me and I’m sure everyone here. It’s going to be a long and disgusting year, I’m afriad. Trying to keep our chins up is going to be hard.

  7. 12 Ann January 11, 2012 at 10:52 pm

    OT but a good article. Describes how I’ve felt for the last 3+ years and when I first heard him speak…

    The Un-American American President

    American Thinker

    Something is wrong with Barack Obama. We all know it. We all see it. When he speaks about America, Americans cringe. There is a strangeness to his manner, an unease when he talks about America. He appears awkward and uncomfortable.


  8. 13 Jan January 11, 2012 at 11:24 pm

    Holy cow, as if NDAA was not bad enough, new bill to throw more weight into the mix.
    Whatever drugs they are taking in DC, they better all go home.


    • 14 Quantum Leap January 12, 2012 at 1:12 am

      How the heck can you strip a natural born citizen of their citizenship. No law can change the facts. This proves obucky soetoro is not a citizen. He is taking it out on Americans ’cause he’s jealous.
      His entire life up until now is one big fantasy. The story about him clearly does not add up. He never graduated from college. He was signed up but never attended. His wife took his exams for him cause he is as dumb as dirt. He’d be a useless skinny glory hole if his angry smart arsed wife didn’t cover for him all the time. As it is he’s just useless.

      Not a peep today in lamestream media about RP. They are saying Mitt will win SC and Newt will be second while never mentioning RP……. what a freakin lie.

      I can’t wait until Hillary is retired this coming Nov. She better spill the beans or God will drive her butt to hell in a red wagon. I still want my $500 bucks back.
      Stay calm. Keep the faith.

      Don’t people realize that Mitt made his fortune by being one of those overpaid wall street CEO’s that everyone is pissed about while little people lost their retirement assets?

      • 15 heather January 12, 2012 at 11:39 am

        And he made his money at Bain, by shoving everyone into banksruptcy, killing their jobs, and doing exactly the same thing barry is doing. He cant hide this fact forever–it’s out now, Rush is throwing it out there today. And that out of over 1k delegate votes romney has 12, RP has 10, and Perry has 2. So if romney is the winner , so the gop is saying how come he has only 12 votes!

        The fat lady hasn’t sung yet!

  9. 16 bill January 12, 2012 at 4:17 am

    (Light bulb) Why do many fear Ron Paul ? because Ron Paul is the bane of
    all insecure politicians !

  10. 17 jane January 12, 2012 at 4:46 am

    I posted that video in an earlier link…………did you see it?

  11. 18 Tenacity January 12, 2012 at 9:15 am

    Exposed: Secret Presidential Chemtrail Budget Uncovered – Congress Exceeds Billions To Spray Populace Like Roaches

    • 19 drkate January 12, 2012 at 10:01 am

      And why is anyone still paying income taxes?

    • 20 heather January 12, 2012 at 10:29 am

      Excellent link Ten–thanks—freakn chemtrails are here daily, morning, noon and into the night. They are so brazen, there is no hiding what chemtrails are anymore……they are visible all of the time now and yes, my breathing sucks since this massive spraying has begun.

    • 21 Jan January 12, 2012 at 6:49 pm

      Ten, thank you so much for the article on Chem Trails. Tons of info.

    • 22 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 2:48 pm

      Oh My-they have been spraying like crazy here today. They took a beautful sunny sky and made it all white. No more sun.

      • 23 Jan January 13, 2012 at 4:07 pm

        Same up here in MT, blue sky all day yesterday then today there are many planes to the southwest all morning and this afternoon they are hitting the north. Sun is headed down and peeps out of the milky cloud cover for minutes at a time.
        Now they are going from south to north.
        One thing to keep in mind, if you go too many days without getting out in the sun you body loses Vit. D, absolutely vital to your health.
        Dr. Mercola has a Vit. D spray that works fantastic. Do not rely on Vit D in the pharmacy!!!!!

  12. 24 no-nonsense-nancy January 12, 2012 at 11:38 am

    They messed up our beautiful blue skies the other day and last night, sure as anything, we had pounding rain and today it is still wet and ugly. the dirty, rotten b**tards!

  13. 25 hockeyfan530 January 12, 2012 at 12:40 pm

    couldn’t agree more with this….ignore eligibility and i’ll ignore you at the voting box:


    • 26 Tenacity January 12, 2012 at 2:52 pm

      Lawrence Sellin has my respect and I am glad he has made his statement. Unfortunately at this moment, he is condemning his vote to a 3rd party which will in effect be a vote for the usurper. If you assume he admires Sarah Palin since he quotes her, he wouldn’t vote for her either. There is only one constitutionalist in the race that is competitive and certainly the only statesman running for the GOP nomination. With Sound Money we will have a shot at regaining standing. With standing we will have a shot at redress of all the other constitutional grievances. I pray that some standing may be achieved before the election (i.e.: GA or NH) but wouldn’t bet on it. I love all the 3rd party folks that have filed suit and pray for their success in court. They don’t stand a chance in the fall and will only serve to divide the conservative/independent/libertarian vote.

  14. 27 patriot4usa January 12, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    drkate, Ten, or anyone, what does this “all” mean?? I think someone is telling us HOW we “all” have been screwed!! Can someone please have a look and explain?? http://nesaranews.blogspot.com/2012/01/vkd-with-exception-of-ron-paul.htm

  15. 28 patriot4usa January 12, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    That link does not work, sorry, I am not to good at this..I love your web site drkate read here often everyday. I am just not as smart as most people here to comment. But I love to read, learn and inform myself, but VKD I have been at that site often too and I find this curious. http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=227007

    • 29 Tenacity January 12, 2012 at 1:50 pm

      Hello patriot4usa, Are you aware of who V K Durham is? They* killed her husband who was an ‘asset’. If I need to explain, perhaps a private correspondence would be in order. To understand what a government ‘asset’ is, watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxJTwbHdH6k
      VKD is also the #1 creditor of the U.S. Treasury. They owe her a fortune large enough to pay off the whole national debt and have reneged on every deal she has made with the bankster cabal.
      Her bond has been fraudulently hypothecated, including part of the funds used by the Reagan administration to fund the operations of Ambassador Lee Wanta.

      Your assessment of “telling us how we have all been screwed” is quite right and I know of no one that has more 1st hand knowledge than VKD. They have screwed her more than anyone else, even taking out her husband and doing everything they can to keep her broke.

  16. 34 patriot4usa January 12, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    I am not a betting gal, one reason “I can not afford it” but I would say yea, we have “REALLY be SCREWED!” http://upintelligence.multiply.com/photos/album/10/1934_-_2009_Africa_-_Americas_-_Asia_-_Europe_-_Oceania

  17. 35 patriot4usa January 12, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Ultimately, the ghosts of Santa Romana and Jose Laurel have come back to haunt Washington D.C. along with the ghost of former U.S. Attorney General Norbert Schlei, and other victims of such grand larceny. What lies behind this scandal and mischief is surprisingly simple:

    Once citizens of a country relinquish control of their money to private bankers, they are at the bankers’ mercy; the whole idea. When citizens are then deprived of the right to keep precious metal like gold – having true value because of its rarity – they have no alternative but to make do with paper money printed and manipulated by private bankers; literally sophisticatedly printed Monopoly board game money.

    In return for printing all the paper money they wish, to profit by manipulating paper money supply to cause inflation or deflation, bankers get to hold all the gold as their Monopoly holdings and once the gold is in their vaults, some retained on display, most of the gold vanishes offshore or into private accounts in Switzerland. The Swiss, in-turn, keep some gold under Zurich Airport where it is in-transit like petty cash, however most precious metal goes into underground vaults deep in Swiss Alps, strongholds of the Swiss Army, secure against nuclear war.

    Account holders may think some gold or platinum is theirs because they have title to it in bonds or certificates, with lots of supporting paperwork provided by the bank. But – as we’ve seen again and again in this book – if they try to redeem the bonds or certificates, chances are they will end up arrested, imprisoned, or murdered, and their bonds and certificates will be confiscated and vanish.

    The story of Graham Halksworth, briefly recount in this chapter, is a case in point.8

    Even when Federal Reserve Notes ( FRN ) and Federal Reserve Bonds ( FRB ) are denounced as counterfeit they are confiscated and held in secure government facilities, instead of being destroyed on the spot, indicating they are actually not counterfeit.

    A journalist at the Financial Times told us, “It has now reached a point where you can go into one of the big banks in New York, London, or Zurich and give them one-half metric ton ( approx. 1,100 pounds ) of gold in return for a certificate of ownership, walk around the block for 10-minutes, re-enter the same bank, and the bank will deny ever seeing you before and have you arrested for presenting them with a counterfeit certificate.” He was not joking.

    In Europe and Asia, this has been the case for centuries.upintelligence
    upintelligence wrote on Aug 5, ’09, edited on Aug 13, ’09
    An interesting story ( immediately below ):


    by, Sterling Seagrave and Peggy Seagrave

    CHAPTER 17 ( New Version )

    Grand Larceny

    • 36 Tenacity January 12, 2012 at 4:02 pm

      Just in case anyone is wondering, in a State legislated Sound Money system per proposed bills written by Dr. Edwin Vieira, you have two ways of holding and transferring the Sound Money. Taking personal possession is one, but the way taxes would be received and contractors would be paid by the State are by electronic transfer. The precious metal is held by a specie vault contractor. Unlike a bank, that owns the deposits held by it, a specie vault does not take title to the deposits and proprietary ownership is held by the depositor until transferred to the state for payment of tax or other transferee for general commerce. This is what most do not understand today, that banks create money via debt and when you make a deposit, the bank owns that deposit. And yes, possession is more like 99.9% of the law unless the State law and/or your contract with the specie vault states otherwise. By definition, the proprietary ownership of Sound Money is held by the People.

    • 37 heather January 12, 2012 at 7:21 pm

      Exactly—-this is why you deal with a broker and buy gold/silver behind a closed door with no paperwork–you walk out with your purchase, take it home and keep it secure.

      So sorry, my belief — not traceable. Certificates are too easy to be torn up and/or falsified.

  18. 38 heather January 12, 2012 at 3:40 pm


    So even if Congress so NO to a debt ceiling increase barry can veto it—so what good is having a congress if every time barry vetos their answers.

  19. 39 heather January 12, 2012 at 3:51 pm


    right out in the open they print this–are they doing this as an alibi for chemtrails? I hope that these so called scientists are not producing more global warming lies and think they can rob more money from us.

  20. 40 Tenacity January 12, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    Action Packed Show TONIGHT – Join us!

    Property Rights, States’ Rights, EAJA, Coordination, Upcoming Changes in the Endangered Species Act, a Decade of War, Courts may NOT be the Answer & Ron Paul.
    Tonight we are joined by Attorneys Karen Budd-Falen and Timothy Baldwin to discuss Over-reaching Government & The Fight to Defend Rural America *

    Walls In Our Minds – Join Terry Dodd, Red Beckman, Dr. Kate and special Co-Host Kirk MacKenzie TONIGHT!

    The show runs from 8 to 10 p.m. Central Time or 7 to 9 p.m. Mountain, January 12th.

    Listen to the stream or join the online chat this Thursday evening at:
    Call-in Number: (347) 838-9176

  21. 41 patriot4usa January 12, 2012 at 5:00 pm

    Thanks Ten,I understand you are a very intelligent man and I Thank You for your reply,,I as so many have followed VKD and the horrid murder of her husband..I just found this,different, way to much information and the part about Ron Paul caught my eye..anyway if you find the time check it out, it Really is ?? TELLING!

  22. 42 patriot4usa January 12, 2012 at 5:07 pm

    Oh yea Ten, I forgot to add, it makes all these other distractions look like very small stuff.(to me) Thanks! t

    • 43 Tenacity January 12, 2012 at 6:12 pm

      It’s really all the same stuff, initiated and controlled by the same cabal… from the tax exempt foundations taking over our education system, to 501C(3) churches, to Agenda 21 and yes to eligibility. It all leads back to the same Luciferian banksters that intend to be worshiped as gods. They* recognized that controlling the money was key to everything else. Control the money and you can take down the middle class. Control the money and you can take down the standing of the people. Control the money and you will own the government and the media. Control the money and you will get the people to turn their backs on God. No God, no inalienable rights. No God and you can addict them to voting for the entitlements we gods grant them. Vicarius Christi – They* are the vicars of Christ…taking the place of God…anti-Christ. ALL the same stuff. Chemtrails…making the decision of who lives and who dies, who eats and who doesn’t, who breaths for free, who gets medical treatment, who is enslaved…playing god.

  23. 45 heather January 12, 2012 at 5:41 pm


    here is one reason NOT to vote for romney–and in my book this is more than enough.

    • 46 Tenacity January 12, 2012 at 6:43 pm

      he did it to try to save the business,” Romney said.

      In his analysis of the comment, Limbaugh explained, “Romney said what he did running Bain Capital was no different from what Barack Obama did bailing out the auto industry. Thud! Kerplunk! You’ve got to be kidding me.”

      And to think that I gave Romney some credit for being intelligent. This is an admission of self serving action…his motive was profit, pure and simple. Obama’s motive was dictatorial power and he had no clue how to save the business, a test to see how much he could grab. He also wiped out all the conservative auto dealers…just stole their franchises and cut the competition in favor of his donors. Then he made sure the courts put the shaft to those dealers represented in class action by Dinofrio & Pidgeon.

      Illuminati brain-soiling trainers believe they are doing what’s best for their students (victims) by disassociating their minds. Romney believes we are stupid enough to buy this crap. But then the LDS church, of which Romney is a high priest, teaches that its members through their works are attaining godhood. >_>That all makes sense to me now.<_< Okay Troy, its official now, there is no way I can in good conscience vote for Romney. Now you can get some perspective why a good segment of the GOP voters WILL NOT vote for this man. They will stay home and S/Ob will win.

      • 47 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 3:45 pm

        I told you I for one will not vote for Willard Romney.

        Willard did not get 36% of NH votes like they claim. He tops out at 25% support anytime of day or any year in the past in any state. He has no new support and can’t get any new support.

        It was Ron Paul that was polling at 36% in NH and Romney at 25%. They just switched the numbers is all. Ron Paul is gaining support everyday.

        So who’s counting the votes?

  24. 48 A Crazy Old Coot January 12, 2012 at 7:00 pm


    The Bill of Rights
    Amendments I – X (Adopted 1791)
    Amendment 1
    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

    8. ” and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” Has any of our grievances concerning Mr. Obama been heard yet? Has any case been judged on it’s merits yet?
    8a. ” Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” So where does Congress get the authority to deny any county or state government from displaying the 10 Commandments? Didn’t they pass a law banning the display?? – I guess this amendment is gone too.

    Amendment 2
    A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

    9. Isn’t requiring a license an infringment? I think so. Why do I as an adult Natural Born Citizen have to beg and pay for the right to keep and bear arms?? – I guess this amendment is gone too.

    Amendment 4
    The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

    10. So, where does the government get the right to take nude pictures and/or inspect my private parts in order to utilize a private transportation vehicle? If the owners of the vehicle (airline) wants to add that to the contract (ticket) then that is their right, not the governments. I want to see the warrant with probable case and my name listed signed by a judge. I don’t want a witch hunt. – I guess this amendment is gone too.

    To be continued……….

    • 50 bill January 12, 2012 at 11:51 pm

      Just my opinion COC but Our Constitution and Bill of Rights is still the law of the land.In all the things you have mentioned,The powers that be have simply “deemed” = “To have an opinion” that they can simply do as they please and get away with it.This “deeming” away of citizens rights only works if the people will allow it..In some cases,if anyone decides to “deem” they don’t like a certain policy
      and not follow it,they can expect to be met with “brute force”,”brute harassment”
      or “brute confinement”. In these instances a citizen must be aware of the options
      these criminals have before citizens buck the system.Case in point:
      Your #10 question “So, where does the government get the right to take nude pictures and/or inspect my private parts in order to utilize a private transportation vehicle?” Well quite simply They Don’t ! but did you notice that during the holidays
      people thronged to the airports,for pleasure trips and graciously accepted this outrage.This is like me asking you to join me in a game of poker,when you know I am a cheat,a card sharp,my cards are marked etc.etc.You would NOT ! So why
      did people participate in airline travel ? Just one more win for the power mongers.cheers

    • 51 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 3:48 pm

      Dk-I told you coot would be back. 😆

  25. 52 Tiger 7 January 12, 2012 at 9:07 pm

    I have one question for the White House occupant–Tell us when you stopped being Bari M. Shabazz ???

  26. 53 Troy January 12, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    Donofrio unloading more pertinent facts / ammo before the Jan. 26th Georgia trial date….Please take it all in, Orly!

  27. 56 no-nonsense-nancy January 12, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    He didn’t. He still is.

  28. 57 It's not important... January 12, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    I don’t think this looks good for Orly:

    • 58 Troy January 12, 2012 at 10:35 pm

      I admire Orly so much for her tenacity, but frankly speaking, I think she is lacking terribly in the attorney skills category…..I wish she would ask Mario if he’d be willing to handle some of the more delicate intricacies for her.

      • 59 bill January 13, 2012 at 6:57 am

        I am in total agreement with you Troy,the lady is a real warrior but her courtroom
        presentations leave something to be desired,imo.I would believe this stems from
        her ability to speak several languages and her presentations suffer because of this.

      • 60 Ann January 13, 2012 at 9:48 am

        Agree! And IMO on the state eligibility cases she should be concentrating on the non-nbC status instead of the fake BC, SS fraud, etc. It’s like she overwhelms them with so much information that they throw up their hands & say forget it. Not that they had any intention to do anything anyway, but that’s my opinion. AND the language barrior.

  29. 62 bill January 13, 2012 at 8:10 am

    OT but for drkate.I noticed your display of nice ball caps on Cafe Press ,Patriots Arc Gear .Do you happen to know or could you offer a “tinfoil” covered head dress that I could wear proudly when I am out and about.Maybe it could be silk screened with
    an appropriate logo.I would be your first customer ! 🙂

    • 63 drkate January 13, 2012 at 9:14 am

      Hi Bill, nice idea! 🙂

      If you could help with the design, I could make it happen!

      Maybe the Constitution IS a conspiracy??? LOL

      • 64 no-nonsense-nancy January 13, 2012 at 10:32 am

        Kate, my eyes must be really bad. I just saw your CafePress for the first time after Bill me mentioned it. What a good idea! I will definately be odering something. I like the laptop skin but my laptop is smaller. And I have always loved your pic.

  30. 65 no-nonsense-nancy January 13, 2012 at 8:21 am

    An interesting aarticle on why Ron Paul is being ignored by the media.


  31. 66 Katie January 13, 2012 at 10:29 am

    Wow! Finally someone points out what needs to be learned by conservatives about the Bush clan.
    Just a taste…

    “You might wonder why all the endorsements from the Bush clan and its allies are coming so fast and furious now, and the answer is actually very simple: It’s their intention to shut down this nominating process before you can rise to oppose Mitt. The GOP establishment is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bush family, and the implications are clear: They believe they should run the country indefinitely, and they have no intentions to turn away from power. Dominating the GOP directly is the method by which they maintain their power, and they are not conservatives. The Bush clan is communitarian.”


  32. 67 no-nonsense-nancy January 13, 2012 at 11:40 am

    So now Obummer thinks the government is too big? We have got to get rid of this dictator. But we must not get another one, namely Mitt Romney. How can we get rid of those Bush creeps, anyway?


    • 68 heather January 13, 2012 at 2:13 pm

      Yes , but Rush described his downgrade today–these agencies are all or private industry, and by shutting them down or so called merging them, it will destroy private jobs and the unions will win.

      • 69 heather January 13, 2012 at 2:24 pm

        Plus he wants the voters to think he is trying to down size govt to gain votes and thats all. Such a lying pos. I am so sick of these manipulating coniving criminals that think they can think for us and run us. This entire govt is unconstitutional–everyone of them and all their bills, laws, scotus — all of it.

  33. 70 Tenacity January 13, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    I just spoke to Sheriff Mack and was advised that PayPal has frozen that portion of the funds donated through PayPal ($40,000+) for the Constitutional Sheriff’s Conference. PayPal has refused to release the funds and have stated that they may refund the donations to the donors. They have cited no violation of law or online regulation. They inquired if CSPOA.org was a 501C(3) and excused their actions on fear that the IRS would fine them. CSPOA is not a 501C(3) corporation and has no legal requirement to be one to hold the conference. Apparently someone is exerting influence that opposes sheriffs learning they are not alone in their desire to live up to their oaths of office and gaining a greater understanding of the constitution.

    The conference is going to go forward as planned.

    You may want to consider boycotting PayPal. There are other alternatives available for your personal use for online transactions. You may want to demand that PayPal release these funds to CSPOA or demand a refund if you donated via PayPal.

    See Conference information here: http://www.countysheriffproject.org/
    Sheriff Mack’s Website: http://www.cspoa.org/intro.php

    • 71 no-nonsense-nancy January 13, 2012 at 1:15 pm

      What a fascist country we live in!!

    • 72 heather January 13, 2012 at 2:31 pm

      Threats, threats and more threats—and the bush family can kma in macys window. They are all running scared it seems because we are on to them and their dirty decieiving tricks of their trade.

    • 73 Paula January 13, 2012 at 4:26 pm

      I absolutely hate Paypal & their controls. I have made an assumption that they must be liberals/progressives that own the company. I’ve wanted to boycott Paypal and did for a while but I had to sell some things on Ebay, and well, you pretty much cannot sell without using Paypal. Once I’m finished with my selling on Ebay, I’ll be finished with PP, as well. Good riddance!

      • 74 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 5:08 pm

        Paypal is a government run outfit and has been from the start. They have employees of the government at paypal offices monitoring all transactions. They can seize the funds from any transaction with no explanation. I keep telling people this but they fail to listen and think I’m dreaming.

      • 75 drkate January 13, 2012 at 5:35 pm

        Right now I am stuck… 😦

      • 76 Jan January 13, 2012 at 8:28 pm

        An alternative to PayPal

        If you have the email of those arranging the Sheriffs meeting, suggest they use piryx.com to collect their money. Piryx works very well and does not go through liberal-dominated PayPal.

    • 77 heather January 13, 2012 at 5:04 pm

      Never used paypal–don’t intend now after this. Wasn’t it barry who promised he would “SIC” the IRS on all of us if we opposed him–yep it was and sure looks like he is using the IRS to his advantage on everyone. What a pos he is.

  34. 78 Durus January 13, 2012 at 2:44 pm


    By J.B. Williams
    January 13, 2012

    First, I must state that I deeply appreciate and applaud the passion and energy of the Ron Paul campaign and their undying loyalty to the concepts that his supporters believe Ron represents. No campaign is as focused and energetic as the Ron Paul campaign which actually began all the way back in 2008 and has persisted ever since.

    Read more:

    • 79 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 3:56 pm

      Ah don’t give him the time of day. He’s a liar. Ron Paul is electable because we will all vote for him and so will others. Someone contact him and tell him to stop writing bogus shit.

      • 80 no-nonsense-nancy January 13, 2012 at 4:01 pm

        I hope not too many people read his columm To think that I used to read all of his articles. He needs to stop this propaganda. I’ll be waiting for a rebuttal to ths.

    • 82 heather January 13, 2012 at 5:09 pm

      I do happen to like DeMint–he is at least somewhat honest and a patriot….and for her to say if he knew romney was mexican–what a racist thing to say–omg–how dare she——–the shoes fits on both feet bimbo. And DeMints answer was, it is a birth cert question???—leads me to know that they all know barry is an illegal alien.

  35. 86 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 4:18 pm

    Oh and oblunder the failed leader has asked for more money to the tune of 6.2 trillion.

    now watch this:

  36. 87 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 4:23 pm

    Here is the Stalin, Mao, Hitler, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, etc. wanna be. Letting this clown reorganize anything is unconscionable!

  37. 90 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 4:25 pm

    QL’s Friday video freak-o-rama posts 😆

  38. 93 Quantum Leap January 13, 2012 at 4:26 pm

    And here’s Webster

    • 95 heather January 13, 2012 at 5:43 pm

      Not so–I know alot of people 45+ that want RP as POTUS. I guess most of these people listen to lies all day and can’t make their own decisions–guess they must be stupid.

      • 96 Ann January 13, 2012 at 7:38 pm

        Yeah my Mom says he’s too old…she’s 81. Pot…kettle? LOL I told her I don’t care how old he is he’s smart and he wants us to have freedom from big government. She watches Faux News, no further explanation needed.

  39. 100 Jan January 13, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    Go VIRAL- Ron Paul

  40. 101 Jan January 13, 2012 at 5:22 pm

    Bain Capital Owns Clear Channel (Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, Etc.)

  41. 103 Jan January 13, 2012 at 6:39 pm

    Presidents and war

  42. 104 Jan January 13, 2012 at 10:03 pm

    Wonder if this will do any good????

    On Jan. 18th there is going to be an all-out strike on the internet. Websites across the internet are going dark in protest of the internet censorship bills in Congress, SOPA and PIPA.
    Some of the biggest sites in the world are participating: Reddit, Mozilla. And some others may join (e.g. a leading micro-blogging platform and a popular collaboratively-written encyclopedia), but they need a nudge. If we can get them to join this will be EPIC.
    Ask the biggest sites on the internet to join the strike. Click here.
    If you’re on Facebook or Twitter, please use these links to share this:

    Thank You!
    -Donny and the rest of the Fight for the Future crew

      • 106 Jan January 15, 2012 at 12:45 am

        On Jan. 18th there is going to be an all-out strike on the internet. Websites across the internet are going dark in protest of the internet censorship bills in Congress, SOPA and PIPA.
        Some of the biggest sites in the world are participating: Reddit, Mozilla. And some others may join (e.g. a leading micro-blogging platform and a popular collaboratively-written encyclopedia), but they need a nudge. If we can get them to join this will be EPIC.
        Ask the biggest sites on the internet to join the strike. Click here.
        If you’re on Facebook or Twitter, please use these links to share this:

        Thank You!
        -Donny and the rest of the Fight for the Future crew

  43. 109 Quantum Leap January 14, 2012 at 12:31 am

    Blowhardbama says:
    “Congress may pass laws, but I decide which of its laws are constitutional and which I can simply choose to ignore.”

    Of course, the Constitution doesn’t actually give the president this power, but Obama won’t allow a little thing like the U.S. Constitution get in his way. And in the present case, Congress is right to try to prevent him from using a federal health agency, not to mention our tax dollars, as a weapon in his ongoing war against the Second Amendment.

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/01/05/obama-to-congress-ill-decide-whats-constitutional/#ixzz1jPofN5NZ

  44. 110 Tenacity January 14, 2012 at 12:20 pm

    If any of you called PayPal and complained, Thank You! It may be having an effect. Several people in the network of folks I notified have threatened to pull their PayPal accounts if PayPal wants to continue playing politics and unlawfully freezing funds at the behest of the Malthusians (h/t Webster Tarpley). Sheriff Mack says something has just changed in PayPal’s attitude and we believe it is all the heat being applied by patriots. We should know on Monday if the funds have been released.

  45. 112 A Crazy Old Coot January 14, 2012 at 1:40 pm


    Amendment 5

    No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

    11. “ nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law” …… Does the NDA A bill override this Constitutional Amendment? I guess this Amendment is worthless too.

    Amendment 6

    In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.

    12. “ In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury” …. I wonder what our judicial system considers speedy. “ to be confronted with the witnesses against him;” … Has anyone been able to get a traffic light camera to testify in court against them? Or does a police officer sit and watch each and every camera in order to be able to testify? I guess this Amendment is out too.

    Amendment 7

    In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of theUnited States, than according to the rules of the common law.

    13. “ In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved” …… So, why are so many cases tried by only a judge? I guess this one is out too.

    Amendment 8

    Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

    14. “ nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” … Tell that to the inmates in Monroe county,Tennessee.

    To be continued……….

    I could go on, but the whole idea of the Constitution still being valid has been demonstrated. Why pretend any more. We have lost The United States of America unless a valid President and Vice President can be elected and Congress replaced with people that will honor their oath to the Constitution. I just don’t see that happening in this lifetime.

    May God Bless theUnited States of Americaor what’s left of it!

  46. 113 Durus January 14, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    The Best GOP Candidate

    By Mark Alexander · Thursday, January 12, 2012
    Profile of the Right Man for the Job

    “[T]ake care that the laws be faithfully executed … support the Constitution … faithfully execute the office of president of the United States, and … preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” –Article II Section 1, 3, the Constitution of the United States

    The right man for the job?

    This is no “typical” election year, a point lost for the most part by Republican presidential candidates and obscured by the national media. This just accounts for the fact that a substantial majority of conservatives voters (both Republicans and Independents) have yet to approve of anyone on the current slate, and consequently, tell pollsters they prefer “other.”

    Read more:

  47. 114 no-nonsense-nancy January 14, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    This a good rebuttal to JB’s latest article against RP>


  48. 115 Jan January 14, 2012 at 7:37 pm

    How come Ron Paul wasn’t in So. Carolina for the debate tonight?

    • 116 drkate January 14, 2012 at 8:04 pm

      😯 uh oh.

      • 118 Jan January 14, 2012 at 9:00 pm

        The questions all came from the audience. One young man said he was supporting Ron Paul and wanted to know how Romney thought he was any different than obama or that any of his policies would be any different based on what he did when he was governor. Shock.

    • 119 Tenacity January 14, 2012 at 8:19 pm

      This Fox forum is not on the GOP debate schedule and is an edited forum. Given Fox’s record for editing and this event not being on the debate schedule, it was an easy decision to choose other priorities. There will be a Fox debate in Myrtle Beach, SC on Monday night and Dr. Paul will be participating.

      • 120 Jan January 14, 2012 at 9:07 pm

        Thanks Ten,
        I really liked this one tonight, all questions from the audience and were great questions. Newt blew it. Perry was good, the audience didn’t seem thrilled with Romney but Santorum had a cheering section. Also, Huntsman had some good answers but blew a couple of them.

  49. 121 no-nonsense-nancy January 14, 2012 at 9:14 pm

    They are runni ng the rats out of DC! And their families have to go too!


    • 122 drkate January 14, 2012 at 9:30 pm

      by definition, Obama and crew have to go! Yuck, wouldn’t want those squatters within a million miles of me!

    • 123 heather January 14, 2012 at 10:31 pm

      I do remember reading about this law that was written by that radical commie back then……….and I have to lmao now because its coming home to roost!!!! so says jeremiah wright!! Well DCers and surrounding areas–how’s it feel to have a ridiculous law of vermin over human life!

  50. 124 heather January 14, 2012 at 10:17 pm


    Isn’t his healthcare bill based on the commerce dept? So if he gets rid of the commerce dept or merges it, where does this bill go — ????

  51. 125 Mick January 14, 2012 at 10:49 pm

    Seriously? You think it’s OK to ignore Obama’s ineligibility because everyone else is? ONE man speaking the truth is an army. If he had spoken up at the Electoral College then others may have. He is a coward, and a Coward cannot be President. He has sucked off the Public teat for 30 years w/o producing ONE piece of beneficial legislation that has a lasting effect on liberty. NOT ONE. He talks about the Fed, but does nothing. My sole effort in this election is the explusion of Obama from the ballot. Other than that they ALL suck. Not a leader in the bunch. Ron Paul has the charisma of a snarling Poodle. UNELECTABLE.

  52. 128 Jan January 16, 2012 at 4:30 pm

    Ask for a paper ballot
    Recipe for Vote Fraud: Global Internet Voting Firm Buys U.S. Election Results Reporting Firm
    Here is the link to the press release regarding SYCTL’s acquisition of SOE:

  53. 129 DABIGRAGU January 16, 2012 at 5:09 pm

    Breaking…IMF’s Plans

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