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THEDAYLIBERTYDIED

Member Since: November 07, 2012

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  • March 7, 2013 at 2:20pm

    DAMN IT! “serve” NOT “sever”!

  • March 7, 2013 at 2:16pm

    Here is a nice little video showing how they are training to “server high-risk warrants”

    http://killerapps.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2013/03/04/yes_dhs_really_does_have_mraps

    Nice ride eh? Coming to a town near you!

  • March 6, 2013 at 4:05pm

    “When Rand made clear his intent to filibuster Wednesday, Democratic Whip Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) told Roll Call that “if this is an indication of where we’re headed, we need to revisit the rules again.”,”

    Really? So you don’t like the rules because you don’t agree with someone or some point or some action so you just change the rules?? WTF! I though Chavez was dead. Clearly, I was wrong, he’s disguised as a US Senator…

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  • February 7, 2013 at 3:37pm

    May God bless the man for his courage and conviction to speak the truth!

  • February 1, 2013 at 1:12pm

    I bet they have a shop set up in Chicago!

  • February 1, 2013 at 10:33am

    MSNBC is NOT a news organization, it is just a mouth piece, and as such, I don’t even waste my time, I just ignore them outright. As a matter of fact, I put way more effort and time into this post then I should have. Just SO not worth it!

  • January 29, 2013 at 11:01pm

    Not that this has not been said many times in response to this travesty, but it just goes to show you that there is no real difference in the Dem’s and Repub’s, all they have to do to divide us patriotic Americans is to spout inconsequential social issues that the federal government has no business dealing with to begin with!

    It’s like a Penn and Teller magic trick, “look over here, while I do this right in front of your face and you won’t even notice.”

  • January 29, 2013 at 4:19pm

    Just made a similar comment on another story, but it holds true here as well:

    “The foundation of the low-information voter/citizen are; lack of knowledge/understanding of the Constitution (according to history and not some teachers idea of what the Constitution is in their opinion) and a lack of basic economic understanding. Without a decent grasp of those two core principles, no one is truly able to make, what is called today, “an informed decision”, because they are starting out uninformed from the beginning!”

  • January 29, 2013 at 4:06pm

    @FBANTA – I 100% agree with you. There is no reason that the federal government should have anything to do with our public schools. At least on the state and local levels, we have more chance for control. We don’t need to be teaching government mandated ‘test’ or worrying about all the other distractions the Dept of Ed can through into the mix, we need to concentrate on educating our kids, not only in academics, but in civic responsibility, to allow them not only the chance to succeed in the workforce or collage, but also to have the knowledge to inherit responsibility for our Constitution and our country.

    Another issue that needs to be addressed is the NEA. Something has to be done about an organization that cannot/will not get rid of teachers that cannot TEACH! I’m all for at least vouchers, if not full privatization, that would at least start the turnaround in the US education system.

  • January 29, 2013 at 3:05pm

    The foundation of the low-information voter/citizen are; lack of knowledge/understanding of the Constitution (according to history and not some teachers idea of what the Constitution is in their opinion) and a lack of basic economic understanding. Without a decent grasp of those two core principles, no one is truly able to make, what is called today, “an informed decision”, because they are starting out uninformed from the beginning!

    Down with the Dept.of Ed and the federal governments involvement, in any way, to the education of our children.

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  • January 24, 2013 at 3:05pm

    @MLITE9 – Didn’t know about the British reporting, but that seems typical these days, that the Brits report more honestly about American issues than the MSM does here.

    I knew exactly why the coverage stopped and I didn’t say more in my post because a lot of what I believe happened is just conjecture on my behalf, by putting together all these little pieces. I had my suspicions as soon as I heard that the Ambassador had meet with someone from the Turkish delegation just hours before the attack, I just didn’t have any proof.

    Curious too, is why haven’t any of the survivors been debriefed by the intelligence committees of the Congress? A fact that was brought up yesterday during the hearings, useless as they were.

    Alas, this will all be swept under the rug and in three months (maybe less) no one will every even remember all this (the low info people at least, which unfortunately is the majority of America).

  • January 24, 2013 at 1:22pm

    I am pretty sure I heard somewhere (can’t remember exactly, so I can’t source it properly) that the whole reason the CIA had a station there, was because they were involved in a gun/arms buy back program in that area. Seems that they were trying to get all those loose AK’s and RPG’s off the streets before they got into the wrong hands. If that was the case, couple that with our Ambassador meeting earlier in the evening with a Turkish representative and you have a perfect tie in right there.

    That said, the speakers remarks lend even more evidence that this might have actually been the case. Buy back the arms in Libya, ship them of to Turkey, who funnels them to the Syrian “rebels”. A pretty straight forward and easy tactic to pull off. This would also explain the cover up that took place about Benghazi as well, so if it smells ****, it probably is.

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  • January 22, 2013 at 4:04pm

    I completely agree and self-destructive is a perfect way to phrase what’s going on in this country.

    As to Supah_Patriots remark; you can’t hardly “play well with others” when they are trying to KILL you or want your country/people totally wiped off the face of the Earth. Exactly how do you “play well” with that kind of mentality?

    If an animal in the wild appears weak, for what ever the reason, the predators are embolden and will strike at the first opportunity, knowing there will be little resistance. It’s the law of the jungle and since we’re dealing with terrorist/animals, we have to have that same mentality. If it comes down to an “us or them” situations, I will back “us” every time!

  • January 22, 2013 at 2:49pm

    Hell, if they did that, then for Chicago alone you could have a whole network on 24/7. Maybe it could be call ObamaLand TV

  • January 22, 2013 at 2:46pm

    My thoughts exactly when I read the first sentence. Good God can people/reporters not blow things out of proportion??

    Thanks for the NBC tip, much better coverage there.

  • December 20, 2012 at 2:43pm

    Interesting read. I had heard some funny business was going on there and with the presence of the Turkish emissary at that location but a few hours before the attack, well two plus two… so this article confirms much of what I suspected, as long as this “intelligence insider” is authentic and accurate.

  • November 7, 2012 at 9:03am

    “So this is how liberty dies—with thunderous applause.”
    ―Padmé Amidala

    “What if the democracy we thought we were serving no longer exists, and the Republic has become the very evil we have been fighting to destroy?”
    ―Padmé Amidala

    A prophecy fulfilled…