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jeffersonian1776

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  • December 20, 2013 at 12:21pm

    Whatever words that, you like obviously, like to utter like all the time are like super-duper and like obviously annoying to hear, but whatever…just sayin’

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  • September 15, 2013 at 12:31am

    Rob, how did Andrew Breitbart make that comment you quoted, he’s dead; you do realize that don’t you? It was from the website he created, but there is no way that he could have said this even when he was alive–as the issue of Paula Deen’s fall from grace was something that just happened this year. Plus I followed the link to it that you provided.

  • September 6, 2013 at 1:09am

    Negate much?

  • August 27, 2013 at 2:35pm

    Do you all know how many Christians in Syria will be murdered by the CIA-born, armed, and funded al-Qaeda militants (e.g., the Osama bin Laden Brigade, the M.B., the FSA, etc…), if Obama gets his way here yet some more? We have already been arming the opposition rebel forces (i.e., al-Qaeda) to the teeth thru the backdoor, or in other words–thru Benghazi, Libya.

    How many of us actually get the big picture here of what is truly going on? I would guess only about 5 to 7 percent. Think I’m wrong?

  • August 27, 2013 at 2:21pm

    Our gov’t is about systematically, “humitarian-ly” murder thousands of Syrians in yet another illegal “kinetic” war, and what are most of us doing: talking about Miley Twerkin’ Cyrus. God we are in real trouble

  • August 21, 2013 at 2:18pm

    All I’m hearing right now is crickets, how ’bout you?

    @Mil-Mom, here! here!…

  • August 20, 2013 at 2:38pm

    Okay now, we need to all get some petitions together (right from the start, before it gets to the state courts) that this was a FEDERAL CRIME–ABSOLUTELY. Just like the “racist killing” of Trayvon Martin which they are now seeking federal charges against George Zimmerman–for denying Trayvon his due rights to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Gangsta Happiness. If that be a federal crime, then this sure the heck is. Why don’t we all see to it that this gets pursued by the Holder justice department. Get the news out anyway you can, and hopefully soon we will have Holder seeking charges against these murderers for breaking our new federal laws that were invented after the Zimmerman acquittal. Demand that this is looked at through lenses of the federal judicial system.

  • August 4, 2013 at 11:53am

    What do you mean by that, Eastinfection? Are you saying that Dzokhar Tsarnaev is guilty no doubt 100%. Do you accept the official narrative just because they are “Muslim.” Where is the video of them evidently placing the backpacks and walking away? They say they have those videos, but nobody has been shown these videos. Is it that they are too gruesome for the public to see? But how can that be, the bombers were uninjured AFTER the bombs went off, so just showing them drop the backpacks and walk away is not going to show them exploding. I mean, don’t we the people who are supposed to be a self-governing society deserve to see the evidence. Shoot, does not the man accused, Dzokhar, deserve to see this evidence? Is it not innocent until proven guilty, and they have not proved a damn thing yet. I personally don’t believe that they have the evidence; moreover, I (and don’t you as well) have more questions of high importance (more than a dozen) pertaining to the Boston bombings than most any other tragic event, and they have not been answered. Shoot, it only gets deeper as I question more things about it. Nothing, and that means absolutely nothing, has been answered by the authorities pertaining to the questions the people have been demanding. I thought that he had a self-inflicted throat wound too and could not speak, by a gun shot we were told, oh wait, it was a knife we were told, oh wait there is no throat wound after all and he spoke clearly at trial.

  • August 1, 2013 at 3:06pm

    To all the losers on this sight whom defend tyrannical government, you and false sense of security and childish need to feel “secure” based upon nothing more than empty promises, you don’t deserve a secure country to live in, and you definitely don’t deserve to live within a free country–as per the words of Ben Franklin–you are opposing the very things you think that others can somehow provide you. Those who call Snowden a traitor for showing us what the government looks like when you turn the lights on in the middle of the night and expose the little roaches who have been there for such a long time as you’d always suspected, are now going after him for flipping on the lights and showing you how bad the problem really is, as if somehow killing the messenger will fix your problem and all will now be right in your fairytale world (based on these empty promises).

    Now, if one was to go up to say, 100 political philosophers, political scientists, historians, etc…and have them construct a simple list of ONLY FIVE THINGS (only five simple answers) that per say, tyrannical governments do in practice to their own citizenry? What do you think these answers would be? And I also encourage you to come up with your own simple list of five things tyrannical gov’ts do, or have done, in the past. Do you suppose that spying on its own citizens, everyone is guilty until deemed innocent, would be on this list?

  • August 1, 2013 at 2:38pm

    I must say there dear sir, or madam, in reply to your so very eloquent blog post–”huh?”

  • August 1, 2013 at 2:35pm

    So Snowden is on the same level as Obama for you, since you refer to them both as “traitors.” Then what is your idea of a non-traitorous person, Rep. Pete King, Chris Christie, John McCain, Lindsey Graham? Who exactly did Snowden betray again? How can Snowden be a traitor to the people of the United States when in fact he is letting the people know that they are the ones the “current” government is spying on? Can you imagine, calling someone a traitor for exposing what the gov’t is doing? It is no different than calling say Nathan Hale a traitor during his time–a man who has a monument erected on his behalf at the CIA headquarters. Yeah, Hale WAS A TRAITOR ALRIGHT, no doubt about it! He was a traitor to and towards the current government at the time, that being the government under one King George III.

  • June 21, 2013 at 12:44pm

    It sure took them long enough. I guess this guy didn’t fit well with the superior political narrative at the time; but now they, perhaps, cannot avoid the awards, rightfully which he deserved beforehand.

    Sure is funny now that we know how quick they were to come out with the Jessica Lynch story, which was a total fabrication–as she later admitted. They wanted to beat the women in front lines combat drum at the moment, while denying that she had been raped for three hours while unconscious. What? You mean that women serving in the front lines will be raped by the enemies if captured as part of their strategy to defeat us? No! Say it ain’t so. But they will tell you how much women in front line combat is such a good thing, and if you oppose, you’re obviously sexist. This is just another example of forced integration, a policy implementation which only serves career politicians secure the sentimentality votes; however, these decisions carry consequences with them.

    I wish Mr. Hansen and family all the very best, may God bless this man.

  • June 20, 2013 at 11:06am

    encinom, then why did they not come out with this “right-wing conspiracy” when it would have been the most politically expedient, i.e., during the presidential campaigning time span leading up to the election? That is sure the heck when I would have done it.

  • June 13, 2013 at 12:23pm

    Most people today could care less, but they do show up to vote your liberties away once every year on voting day, that’s their idea of democracy I guess; however, that ain’t self-government though. Then they go home to catch American Idol, or something thus equivalent. Shoot, they don’t even know that they have rights. They get arrested and they automatically can’t wait to tell the police how innocent they are, even if they are really innocent. But they don’t know that it is their high-paying job to build a case against you no matter how innocent you are. The 5th Amendment is there to protect innocent people from incriminating themselves, not for Lois Lerner to use when not in an actual court hearing.

    Do we live in a Twilight Zone or what? Truth is always stranger than is fiction. Somethings you simply can’t even make up no matter how hard you try, the truth will always be stranger, e.g., Lois Lerner, or the boy getting suspended for his pop tart firearm.

  • June 13, 2013 at 11:51am

    Objectivetruth, you are right about not all who have committed crimes are shredding our Constitution, many of the “perfect” upstanding ones are doing it. Apply 80/20 rule. Then look at the at the top 20% of that 20% of criminal sociopaths. Then that 20% of that 20%. This is a rule of thumb that has been used to establish the amount of sociopaths who gravitate towards positions within govt and law enforcement. I would bet that it is probably a spot on rule of thumb to use. One sign of being a sociopath is having no regard for the rights of others. See why I say that 20% of these criminals in the State dept are socios who have gravitated towards these positions. The remaining 80% are probably good people who have done something they regret, and have respect for the rights of others.

  • June 13, 2013 at 11:41am

    The govt which violates your rights is not going to stand up for your rights. Don’t expect this to be fixed in Congress. We are supposed to be a self-governing indirect democracy (which makes us a republic); however, just going and voting on voting day and making that be the extent of what we do concerning our govt–IS NOT SELF-GOVERNMENT!

    When I say that many who vote to take away the rights of others–whether that be desecrating the rights of others by voting for someone who promises them a $300.00 check monthly, or voting away the rights of others for some false sense of security they wish to feel–makes me either a racist, or makes me someone who hates democracy. But I ask, sternly, how is showing up at the polls on voting day and being unable to score at the least aq 50% on a SIMPLE civics test an example of self-government? It is not self-government. Our Constitution, which, last I checked, is still the law of the land; furthermore, it requires that all new govts formed in our states and/or locally are to be a form of republican govt. A small “r” (r)epublican, not anything to do with the Republican party at all, is one who takes part in self-government. Don’t rely upon our current or any future govt to protect and defend your rights to Life, Liberty, and Private Property, ever!!! Long live our Liberty loving and protecting patriots, for without them, we would have already slipped into extreme Stalinism, Maoism, or any other form of Despotism.

  • June 13, 2013 at 11:26am

    Oh yeah baby, Hitler’s SS was made up of many, many sociopaths. One of the definitions of what a sociopath is, is one who has no regard for the rights of others. Looks like many in Congress are sociopaths as well. It is an established fact that sociopaths gravitate towards such positions in govt and law enforcement. Always, I mean always, go by the 80/20 rule. 80% within the State Dept may be good people, but what about the remaining 20%. Then what about the 20% of that 20%; then the 20% of that 20%…you get the picture. This is basic math and basic fact. They look towards these positions from a very young age–then when it is convenient for the powers that be (when despotic) they unleash these vermon onto the population to spread fear–which is what Hitler did, Stalin did, & Mao did. We are human beings just like them, nothing prevents this from taking hold. However, we do have a Bill of Rights which has prevented extreme tyranny thus far, but remember it is just on a piece of paper and a piece of paper cannot defend itself, it is up to us therefore, to make sure we don’t disintegrate into the throes of tyranny and despotic chaos–but is it too late already?

  • June 12, 2013 at 11:30pm

    @You are entitled to my opinion: still believing that spooky terrorists are going to kill you stuff I see. You are no better than the welfare bums who vote in order to take away the liberty of others, they vote for monetary gain whilst you vote for false security. Benny Franklin had a quote specifically for you, and remember it wasn’t me who said it, it was Franklin–but look it up anyway–it says something about people willing to give up liberty….don’t deserve to live in a free country, nor a secure one at that. Hey, don’t kill the messenger, if you’re mad. I’m just reminding you that during the American Revolution there where 1/3 Torie, 1/3 Timid, and 1/3 True Blue. Where do you stand?

    By the way, Hong Kong is actually the #1 Most-Free place to live in the world and has been for decades there pal. Check it out, it’s on Heritage and it is from the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom. Here’s the link:

    While you are there, go ahead and find out where the these good ol’ red white and blue are.

    If Snowden broke the law, what law did he break? If he was working for China, why did he not go to China itself versus an SAR thereof, where Chinese law is not applied?

    Has NSA broken any laws here? If not, which laws were NOT broken?

  • June 11, 2013 at 1:04pm

    It’s the “Good German syndrome.” What is that, Robert Gellately of Florida State University calls it: Germans under Hitler spied on and denounced their neighbors and friends not because they genuinely believed them to be a security threat, but because they expected to selfishly benefit from doing so, both financially, socially and psychologically via a pavlovian need to be rewarded by their masters for their obedience.

  • June 11, 2013 at 1:01pm

    Maybe we should pass a new law that protects the govt and tattle-tales from wrongful arrest and/or harrassment. I’m only kidding, but what is at play here is: goody-little-two-shoes tattle-tales, like this therapist– who suffer from the Nazi era “Good German” complex which is where people turn in other citizens to the govt as somehow dangerous no matter how fictitious because they feel this deep down desire to be rewarded by their masters in power. They turned others in to the govt for many reasons: they expected to selfishly benefit from doing so, both financially, socially and psychologically via a pavlovian need to be rewarded by their masters for their obedience. Without making it a civil an civic crime that carry very serious consequences, more so than what is in place now, we won’t get rid of our “Good German” police state.

    Consider what I just said, as we now start seeing Janet Napolitano on screens inside Wal-Mart telling each of us, “If you see something, say something,” and she also reminds us that if our tips turn out to be false, no matter what became of or how much the lives of those unlawfully accused were destroyed because of something they’ll never get off their record, that there is nothing to fear because your anonymity will always be protected. They have just incentivized unlawful accusations, but most people don’t care.
    Has this tyrannical U.S. gov’t lost its legitimacy yet?

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