and he even named his son who also was a potus after one of the nazi sympathizers… just something about this family makes me go hmmmmmm
December 19, 2013 at 9:31am
Thing is , his father was named in a conspiracy to over throw the us government… along with many big time companies that are still here today…. look up what 2 time CMoH recipient General SMEDLEY BUTLER said about this … when nazi sympathisers tried to offer him 30 mill to overthrow the government…
and he even named his son who also was a potus after one of the nazi sympathizers... just something about this family makes me go hmmmmmm
Thing is, a guy in the White House overthrew the government a few years back.
We have no representation. Look around, business by business, person by person, house by house, church by church the leaders followers are coming and have been.
December 12, 2013 at 11:21am
you know Bush may have not have been the best pres… he made many mistakes in fact… but deep down i think he did what he thought was best for this nation at the time he did it…you talk about how you gave so much and point waaaaay up there to the top for your anger… but the thing is…. its what we the people wanted…. all of them , every pres, we have elected was a result of what we the people put in place…. lets look to the people to be angry not who the people elected… the fault of this nation is its people, not the front man.
December 11, 2013 at 1:20pm
I still have to search out his record. I dont know enough about his honor yet… if i find anything to make me think he may have not acted in an honorable way, well im not going to vote for him… in my view to vote for a person it to attach my honor to them… and i refuse to be accountable for supporting anyone who is anything less than 100% for the people…
the lesser of two evil theroy got us bush,Mccain, and Romney
WesinLR, in your highminded stance, you voted for a card carrying communist. You must choose which road you take or your life stops at the crossroads.
December 11, 2013 at 7:46am
we started out as friends with hitler… had obama been in charge we would have allied with them in the war…. and yes i really believe this….
December 10, 2013 at 11:48pm
my kids really hated it when i said star wars was no longer aloud in the house… but i stand firm on no disney … they are banned.. if they play a disney film at school the teachers have been instructed to call me and i will pick my kids up….
December 10, 2013 at 11:28am
if it was not the knock out game then why is the camra man saying ok lets go go go at the start? but hitting him in the back of the head had to hurt the hand…
December 10, 2013 at 7:54am
when i put recall on my wish list i figured it could go something like this…. 2/3 signatures to start the recall… then we vote yes–kick himout, or no keep him… if the yes votes win we take the person who had the next highest EC votes and place him in power… simple easy and will keep the man in charge in line…
December 9, 2013 at 12:20pm
i would like to see a few… how about set up a recall system for lame ducks like obama….
people who retire from the military get 2 votes for fed elections…
supreme court justices would need to get confirmed every 10 years… (by 60 votes senate, and majority in house) any law that passes should have stated goals and if goals are not met the law goes away on its own…..
wesinLR; Lame Duck: Think about this:
Here is something that has been in my “craw” for a long time – and NOBODY talks about it. Perhaps you can start a movement – if you agree. [If you don’t, please explain.]
I have never understood WHY we as voters have put up with the concept of a “lame duck” politician or legislative body.
There should be no such thing as a "lame duck" session in Congress or any State Body. Why do we put up with a window [system] that gives a group of losing politicians [of EITHER party] the power to ram any unpopular legislative agenda though and make it law of the land? This is nuts.
This is an “extreme” example but: “What if” those who lost get together during a Lame Duck session and declare the past election illegal – pass the law and get it signed? I think you get my point.
If memory from my High School History Classes at Baton Rouge High  is accurate; what is now called the “Lame Duck Session” originated during the time of the Constitutional Convention. The purpose of the delay between voting, elections declared, swearing in to office and the opening of the new Congressional Session was to allow the time necessary for communications and travel of that time period. Obviously times have changed. Communications and travel have, shall we say, “improved” and I contend that “Lame Duck” sessions are not necessary . . [I'm out o
"Recall" requires a vote by the same constituency which elected an official in the first place. To "recall" the president would require, in essence, a new general election. That is impractical. The Constitution provides for impeachment by the U.S. House of Representatives and trial by the U.S. Senate for "high crimes and misdemeanors" of members of the Federal executive and judiciary.
The rest of what you propose would, in effect, gut the balance-of-powers provided for in the Constitution. The Framers were an inspired collective of citizens who had studied the world's governments in formulating our Constitution. The Constitution is a document of genius. What we need is reversal of trends that have corrupted the letter and spirit of that document.
when i put recall on my wish list i figured it could go something like this.... 2/3 signatures to start the recall... then we vote yes--kick himout, or no keep him... if the yes votes win we take the person who had the next highest EC votes and place him in power... simple easy and will keep the man in charge in line...
December 9, 2013 at 12:05pm
you can be offensive and not be racist. thats the problem is some people are to stupid to know which is which.
December 8, 2013 at 5:57pm
remember what obama said about thatcher and why we would not lower it for her???? just saying ….
December 8, 2013 at 10:31am
the problem is not that they paid so much for a stupid thing they call “art” the problem is that they must spend a % of each building project on this “art” by law… so to fix this we need to actually change a law not attack the people who are following the rules and laws of how the money is spent…..
aGREED, laws need to be changed. More importantly, we need to change the attitude of the elites in Washington. they think they are elite and need to treat other so called elites to lavish experiences when they visit our country or embassies.
Most of the visiting elites are either socialist in nature or outright dictators. We should NOT be courting them with fancy dinners and lavish reservations.
December 4, 2013 at 8:14am
at one time wallmart WAS a great american company. But after Mr. Walton passed on many of the ideals that made the company great are not in place anymore….the made in the us only …. if you buy it and dont like it you can bring it back… NO questions… greeting each person as the entered and left the store… today wallmart is owned and controlled by outside forces…
this was not a mistake as EVERY item sold by wallmart id on display in a store that is located at its headquaters… EVERY company who sales them stuff must have staff there in the same city … from accounts of people i know who live in batesville ark… the people Walmart now deals with are shady and thugish…. i no longer shop there… and when i am hired to do work for them i raise my price by 80% … I raise my price on any person or company who support the dismantling of this nation… like a hillary supporter will pay 30 to 40% more for my services… obama sticker on your car is only 20 to 25% ….
December 2, 2013 at 12:50pm
American mentality fits Disney perfect. Most of you have as few morals as the people who force this crap on the youth.. even if this is just a kid playing a crude joke it still falls right in with the people who occupy this land….you deserve on another.
December 2, 2013 at 12:41pm
Sargeking as a person who knows it all you could tell them everything they need to know….
December 2, 2013 at 12:06pm
this guy is an actor nothing more, not worth our time.. yet the last person who died while having the CMoH passed early last month, and not a peep from anyone, even you….
December 2, 2013 at 12:02pm
sarge, the meaning of me posting here is to show we have lost people who are worth mourning and focasing on… i feel it fits here, and therfor i post here… as how what you know and what i know… well they have a saying asbout assuming…. :)
December 2, 2013 at 8:14am
so where is the blaze on reporting that???? his story is worth so much more than an actor … even rambo could not match that… just ssayin
December 2, 2013 at 8:10am
Germans’ wooded position until the enemy came out and surrendered. Sgt. Hawk’s fearless initiative and heroic conduct, even while suffering from a painful wound, was in large measure responsible for crushing 2 desperate attempts of the enemy to escape from the Falaise Pocket and for taking more than 500 prisoners.
so where is the blaze on reporting that???? his story is worth so much more than an actor ... even rambo could not match that... just ssayin
December 2, 2013 at 8:09am
just so you know we lost someone worth mourning nov 4th….. CMoH
HAWK, JOHN D.Sergeant
He manned a light machinegun on 20 August 1944, near Chambois, France, a key point in the encirclement which created the Falaise Pocket. During an enemy counterattack, his position was menaced by a strong force of tanks and infantry. His fire forced the infantry to withdraw, but an artillery shell knocked out his gun and wounded him in the right thigh. Securing a bazooka, he and another man stalked the tanks and forced them to retire to a wooded section. In the lull which followed, Sgt. Hawk reorganized 2 machinegun squads and, in the face of intense enemy fire, directed the assembly of 1 workable weapon from 2 damaged guns. When another enemy assault developed, he was forced to pull back from the pressure of spearheading armor. Two of our tank destroyers were brought up. Their shots were ineffective because of the terrain until Sgt. Hawk, despite his wound, boldly climbed to an exposed position on a knoll where, unmoved by fusillades from the enemy, he became a human aiming stake for the destroyers. Realizing that his shouted fire directions could not be heard above the noise of battle, he ran back to the destroyers through a concentration of bullets and shrapnel to correct the range. He returned to his exposed position, repeating this performance until 2 of the tanks were knocked out and a third driven off. Still at great risk, he continued to direct the destroyers’ fire into the Ger
Germans' wooded position until the enemy came out and surrendered. Sgt. Hawk's fearless initiative and heroic conduct, even while suffering from a painful wound, was in large measure responsible for crushing 2 desperate attempts of the enemy to escape from the Falaise Pocket and for taking more than 500 prisoners.
wes: As a historical scholar I've likely forgotten more about history than you will ever know. For one, I write and sell war stories. That doesn't mitigate the fact that your post is inappropriate for this thread. Maybe you should start your own Forum? lol