User Profile: TheeAgnostic

TheeAgnostic

Member Since: June 22, 2011

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  • November 20, 2012 at 3:13pm

    Ask youreself who’s farther left. Romney or JFK. The Republican is never going to win by pandering to the middle. The Republican party establishment hacks need to be replaced. I followed these clowns in 2008, held my nose and voted for their “chosen one”. This time I voted MY principles, and even though this cycles “chosen one” lost, I still felt good about MYSELF. Next cycle (if there is one), I would suggest that if you stand and vote on YOUR principles, you may lose, but at least you can look at yourself in the mirror and did the RIGHT thing.

  • November 19, 2012 at 5:54pm

    Since the next Speaker of the House has not been choosen yet. (That vote happens on Jan. 3, 2013). Since we can still pressure the Republican members of the house to vote for whom we feel would be the best Speaker. Since, Constitutionally speaking, the Speaker does NOT have to be a member of the House. Since the Speaker has the sole and unique power to draw up Articles of Impeachment.Since we need a Speaker that would draw up Articles of Impeachment on any President, no matter who that person is, or what party they are from, I nominate Ron Pual to be the Speaker of the 113th Congress. I have already called and e-mailed my Congressman this, I hope others will do the same.

    In reply to the contribution Ron Paul: An American Hero

  • November 16, 2012 at 10:59pm

    Obama: You know John, thats not my leg….

  • November 16, 2012 at 9:47pm

    Ron Paul should be selected as the next Speaker of the House.

  • November 16, 2012 at 4:29pm

    @Sapient, just curious, but could you give me your definition of Liberty, so that I might understand what you mean by the phrase “pseudo liberty”?

    In reply to TheeAgnostic's comment on the contribution Farewell, Ron Paul

  • November 16, 2012 at 3:46pm

    @ Sapient. Perhaps I failed to communicate that the pursuit of Liberty isn’t about Ron Paul. YOUR pursuit to YOUR path is up to YOU. If you don’t find Ron Paul as an example for you in YOUR life, then so be it. I sighted many other examples that you may want to use as a guide in your life. The choice is up to you. I sincerley hope that the examples you look up to, and the path that you choose to follow leads you to the destination you desire

    In reply to TheeAgnostic's comment on the contribution Farewell, Ron Paul

  • November 16, 2012 at 3:13pm

    Continued
    Study the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution. Take to heart the words “consent of the governed…” “… Bestow the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity…”Be true to yourself and to those around you. After all, it is truly up to us.

    In reply to TheeAgnostic's comment on the contribution Farewell, Ron Paul

  • November 16, 2012 at 3:11pm

    My fellow Liberty loving Americans, some of you still don’t get it. This Liberty movement or even the principle of Liberty isn’t about Ron Paul. He would be the first one to tell you that it isn’t about him. It is about you. It is about your hopes wishes and dreams you have for yourself and those you care about around you. Ron Paul is just a man (or woman) just like you. The only difference is that he stood up for his principles and voiced and voted on those principles. He has set an example for the rest of us to follow. Not him per say, but His principles of Liberty, the Constitution, sound money, fiscal responsibility. But just as Ron Paul is just an individual man, you are an INDIVIDUAL as well. You must form your own ideals, find your own principles and act on those for yourself. We have as a guide many great things from our history as Mankind to draw from. History from the Bible, from the teachings of Christ. From the history of great philosophers, from ancient civilizations, what worked and what didn’t. From the writings of our Founding Fathers. Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Franklin, Henry, Paine.. etc. Even more recent men such as Ghandi, Dr. MLK, yes even Reagan. Dr. Paul is just on more man in the history of mankind to lead the charge for Liberty. But it is up to each one of us to learn what Liberty means and carry that torch so that others might see the light. So learn to truly love Liberty, study our history as mankind.

    In reply to the contribution Farewell, Ron Paul

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  • November 11, 2012 at 7:31pm

    Everytime i get down and depressed about the state of our Country, I play this version of the Star Spangled Banner from Madison Rising. It always picks me up and give me new strength to push on.

  • July 14, 2012 at 7:16pm

    You mean Romneys “I’m a Right Wing Progressive” speech he delivered to the NAACP. Romney is left of Clinton. Massachucets has Romney care. Arkansas doesn’t have Bubba care. Romney makes JFK look like a Libertarian. “Ask not what your Country can do for you…..” VS. expanding Federal Government scholorships. You Romneybots seemed just as determined to destroy this country as the Obamabots

  • July 14, 2012 at 5:15pm

    So, a (r)epublican, getting in front of a group of fellow Republicans, and talking about returning to Contitional values, persoonal Liberty and sound money, is now considered a “divisionist?” Makes me wonder what side YOU are really on.

  • June 23, 2011 at 6:14pm

    Cool, have Congress lower their pay and offer no benefits. They go on strike and I get to get on an airplane without having to be radiated or groped. I have no problem crossing their picket line.

  • June 22, 2011 at 8:46pm

    Do you understand what Liberty means?

  • June 22, 2011 at 8:38pm

    Such as?????

  • June 22, 2011 at 8:35pm

    Well said. If more of these so called conservatives would actually read the Constitution for themselves, and not listen to what other so called conservatives or so called constitutional scholars tell them that that it says, then they could weigh the candidates words and or record against the Constitution and make an informed intelligent choice.

  • June 21, 2011 at 9:25pm

    I believe in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I believe in justice. I believe that there is good and evil in this world. I believe that man should try to aspire to be the best person that he or she can be. I believe that man should be compassionate but that compassion should come from the individual not the government. Just because I do not believe in your God, does that make me your enemy?

  • June 21, 2011 at 9:03pm

    We will always be with you, and defend your right to have your religious beliefs, and your right to speak your beliefs. I am concerned about “RATHER VIOLENT END” . I will give you the benefit of doubt and sign it off on passion and being tired of having your beliefs impugned and mocked .

  • June 21, 2011 at 8:46pm

    I have absolutely no problem with the sign. The community and the families chose to remember the fallen hero’s that way. My fellow non-believers need to remember that this country was founded by believers and non-believers of God. The vast majority of the population is believers, and they have every right to express their belief. It’s their tax money that paid for the sign, and the city is following the wishes of it’s residents to erect the sign. The city is NOT establishing a religion, or prohibiting the free exercise there of, it is responding to its citizens to erect a tribute to it’s hero’s.