User Profile: Lordchamp


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  • January 21, 2014 at 7:31pm

    I’m from SC and it couldn’t possibly be that he believes what he says and how he acts. NOOOOO someone HAS to be controlling him because he went off the plantation and thinks for himself.

    He’s a good man and the color of his skin has nothing to do with it. It’s what’s inside him that counts and that is what galls idiots like the NAACP leaders.

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  • December 9, 2013 at 1:40pm

    typing and hitting post too fast, misspelled enumerated.

  • December 9, 2013 at 1:38pm

    Why change something that is not even being used now? Before contemplating changing something that is already good, why not force it to be followed first? Once being followed and applied the way it was originally written and intended THEN see if there are things that need to be changed.

    If they don’t follow it not they won’t follow it when changed.

  • December 9, 2013 at 1:20pm

    Yes it is. Per the Constitution, congress CALLS the convention either by vote in both houses or when requested by the States.

  • December 9, 2013 at 1:19pm

    The States ALREADY have that power but are not doing it. They can nullify MANY unconstitutional laws NOW, TODAY but do you see that happening? NO!

    It won’t happen until WE THE PEOPLE force it to happen, DEMAND IT.

  • December 9, 2013 at 1:16pm

    NONE of the things you reference are constitutional but yet they happen. Why? Is it the Constitution’s fault? The Constitution already says it’s unlawful so how can IT be wrong and need to be changed?

    Instead of changing something that is already right why not just APPLY it. W have to FORCE the federal government to abide by the law of the land, the Constitution.

    All of the things you referenced are merely the federal government taking powers that are NOT enumerated in the Founding Documents. If we FORCE the federal government to use ONLY it’s enumereated powers these things take care of themselves.

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  • December 9, 2013 at 1:11pm


    How many people commenting here have even read the Founding Documents word for word and then read the Federalist Papers to understand what the Founders meant by what they wrote in the Founding Documents.

    If WE can’t even do those simple things to REALLY understand how things are supposed to work, how can we trust ANYONE to do it for us.

    We have no clue if they are doing it right or not now do we?

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  • December 9, 2013 at 12:41pm

    Do we listen to the FOunders or do we not? In most of our history we have not. In this “call” for a convention we better. Listen to what James Madision thought of a second convention.

    James Madison warned against another general convention in his letter to Turberville :

    “…an election into it would be courted by the most violent partizans on both sides; it … would be the very focus of that flame which has already too much heated men of all parties; would no doubt contain individuals of insidious views, who under the mask of seeking alterations popular in some parts but inadmissible in other parts of the Union might have a dangerous opportunity of sapping the very foundations of the fabric. … it seems scarcely to be presumable that the deliberations of the body could be conducted in harmony, or terminate in the general good. Having witnessed the difficulties and dangers experienced by the first Convention, which assembled under every propitious circumstance, I should tremble for the result of a Second, meeting in the present temper of America…”

    Do we have partizans now? Individuals with insidious views? He could have writtten this today and been absolutely on target. That shows that people throughout history don’t change and so we CAN listen to history and it’s also why history repeats.

    There are many other instances where the Founders said to avoid a convention.

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  • December 9, 2013 at 12:22pm


    This is the problem and why the Founders said to avoid another convention. It is also why they gave us all the tools we need to accomplish things WITHOUT a convention. Nullification by the States is a big one that applies to many, but not all, things. For all the others, we merely remove our consent and don’t accept unconstitutional laws. The supreme court is NOT the final authority as we have been told by them and the media. The States and WE The People are the final authority. WE CREATED THE SUPREME COURT so how can they be the final authority.

  • December 9, 2013 at 12:05pm

    Folks, most of you are totally missing the point here.

    You are wishing for womething to happen. Wishing for someone else to do something that you HOPE will make a difference.

    What you are missing here is that YOU are the most powerful part of this equation. WE THE PEOPLE have ALL the power we need to accomplish whatever changes WE want made and yes it can be done peacefully.

    How long do you think it would take congress to do what we want if there were CONSISTENTLY multi-millions in the streets telling them what we wanted? Those people are not stupid, they WANT to stay in power, that it ALL that matters to them. If they sense they will lose that they will do WHATEVER we want to stay in power, even if that means losing some of their powers.

    If we sit back and “hope” something happens and that it happens the way we want it to, WE LOSE.

    The ONLY way is for US to do it ourselves. All others have already proven themselves unreliable.

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  • December 9, 2013 at 11:52am

    The point is the laws, The Constitution, is not wrong. It’s the application or non-application of that law that is the problem. If the federal government was following the Constitution we would NOT be having this discussion.

    What makes anyone think that adding more amendment will automatically and magically cause the federal government to then start following the Constitution?

    Are you really that naive?

    WE THE PEOPLE already have ALL the power we need. WE created the federal government. Alexander Hamilton actually called it OUR CREATURE!

    We merely need to take control of that creature and force it to do OUR bidding.

    It’s a matter of will and consent. If we have the WILL to withdraw our CONSENT, the federal government loses all it’s power over us. We must CONSENT to be ruled and forced into slavery.

  • December 9, 2013 at 11:45am

    Read what you posted again.

    THE CONGRESS shall call the convention. Either two thirds of the houses request it OR three fourths of the States request it BUT ALWAYS, the CONGRESS calls the convention. There is NOTHING there stating that the States call the convention. Read it AS IT IS WRITTEN not how you have been told to read it. Then go read the Federalist Papers and you will understand what the WRITERS, the Founders, intended when they wrote this.

    You will also see they did not like the idea of a convention and thought it to be something to be avoided by doing your job as citizens and forcing the government to abide by the Constitution.

    The point, even as you said,
    “Here is the text of Article V….and yes 3/4 of the States working together can force (have zero choice) Congress call the Convention!!!!”

    CONGRESS calls the convention NOT the States. This then gives congress the power to ALSO appoint the delegates TO the convention that would support what they, CONGRESS, wants and not what the States want.

  • December 9, 2013 at 11:17am

    This will be the end of us if this happens. Constitutionally, States cannot “call” a convention, Congress calls the convention. Read your Constitution and the Federalist Papers for a full understanding. The States can “request” a convention but congress still “calls” it, which means that congress can then send whatever delegates THEY want regardless of what the States want. The Constitution does NOT prevent them from doing this.

    So so we trust congress to have our best interest at heart to assign delegates that will do what WE want done in amendments or do they do what THEY, congress, wants? Is there any doubt? Do we really believe congress will send delegates that will limit the powers of congress and the government?

    Are you that stupid? It won’t happen.

    Also what makes anyone think that since the government doesn’t follow the Constitution and amendments as they currently exist that they would follow any NEW amendments that might come out of a convention UNLESS it benefitted them to do so.

    Our ONLY option is to FORCE them to follow the Constitution as it was written. The States have the power to NULLIFY many actions of the federal government and for the rest We The People just remove our CONSENT to be governed by unconstitutional laws.

    More amendments is not the answer, FORCING compliance to OUR rule of law, the Constitution, is the answer.

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  • October 29, 2013 at 12:41pm

    The size and scope of the house they own has no bearing on anything. HOW they manage their finances is what matters. If they follow godly principles, set the example, and live debt free, they deserve so enjoy the fruits of their labors just like anyone else.

    However, if they are NOT following godly principles and are instead following worldly principles and not setting a good example for their congregation to follow then they are no pastor, they are merely a placeholder speaking words. You will know me by my deeds. If you preach the word, live the word.

    I speak as a PK, pastors kid, that saw my father pay off our house very early in my life and he has live in a paid for house ever since. Very nice by most standards and on a salary much less than most merely because he follow God’s rules and properly managed what he was given. He set the example and still does to this day.

    Pastors need to lead the way in all things, including money management.

  • October 28, 2013 at 8:18pm

    Exactly! Totally unconstitutional. They “execute” the law, as in executive branch. They don’t make the law or change the law.

    Why are people not screaming about this from the rooftops? Because most are ignorant of the Founding Documents and the VERY limited, enumerated powers GIVEN to the 3 branches of government by We the People through the States via the Constitution.

    Looks like we need to take the powers back until they can properly use them. It’s only by our consent remember.

  • October 28, 2013 at 4:07pm

    What a crock. This judge is UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

    NO federal court has the CONSTITUTIONAL jurisdiction in their enumerated powers given under the Constitution to rule on stuff like this. They have merely taken power because WE have let them.

    It is high time We the People stood up and told them this. Congress should immediately impeach this judge for usurping the power of the State.

    THAT would be Constitutional.

    Read the Founding Documents!! Know your power!

  • October 27, 2013 at 3:53pm

    To he## with conservatism or liberalism or any “ism. Teach kids about the Founding Documents. They apply to whatever “ism you want to come up with since they are the law of the land, or supposed to be.

    That way we can at least agree on it and it doesn’t alienate any segment of our Country. Say conservatism and the liberals run the other way and likewise for conservatives if you say liberalism.

    If the Founding Documents are taught PROPERLY according to what the Founders said and meant, MOST regardless of their “ism would agree.


  • October 25, 2013 at 10:31am

    Ghost, our rights are now what THEY determine them to be. If THEY say she has no right to a gun in the home then that is the way it will be until WE change it. Read and Learn your Founding Documents so you know the way things are SUPPOSED to be, then take the appropriate actions as defined in the Documents.

    We the People have the true power, we are just ignorant of what that power is and how we are supposed to use it.

    They only do these things because WE CONSENT for them to.

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  • October 23, 2013 at 9:26am

    Respect is EARNED not just demanded!

    What has he done to EARN our respect?

    It’s even hard to respect the office any more because of the actions of him and this entire government. When you become traitorous dictators and tyrants you have to live with the consequences of your actions.

    Poor baby, no one respects him. WAAAAAAAA

    HE is the one who publicly said he would not negotiate with the republicans but that he would negotiate with our enemies and people that openly want to destroy us.

    Did he not mean what he said? Was he just lying again? Who would want to be face to face with someone like that who openly and publicly said he did not even want to talk to you seriously about serious issues?

    Where is HIS respect for Congress? He has none as he has no respect for this nation or it’s laws, in other words the Constitution.

    How can he expect to get something, respect, that he does not give? Do unto others as I would have them do unto me says the Bible! Not a bad thing to live by if you want the respect of others.

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  • October 17, 2013 at 2:55pm

    Unfortunately Levin misses the mark in my opinion. There are no additional Amendments needed. Why use the tactic of adding more Amendments when the ones that are there are not being followed. Not logical.

    Also, the Founders have already established everything we need withing the ORIGINAL Constitution as written. Note I do say Original.

    I like Mark Levin but he is totally misinterpreting the Constitution. He’s not using the Founders own words to get the intent. Article V does not mean at all what he says it means and that is easily found in the Founders own words in the Federalist Papers.

    I believe in going straight to the source.

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