Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Speaking Of History...

1) from westernjournalism.com: 'Epic: It Took Just 3 Minutes For Trey Gowdy To Shame An Entire Room Of Journalists Into Silence' - Daniel Noe - May 13 
("Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) turned the tables on the media and asked them questions about Benghazi. The silence was deafening.")

May 13, 2014 at 10:41 pm

Well spoken,Trey. And well directed. The MSM are part of the takeover camp deep into overthrowing this federal constitutional republic, to replace it with a totalitarian New World Order of powerful people and long planning. Between the monopolistic-like ownership of the MSM, and the CIA members of the press, we the public have been lulled to sleep – but true patriots, and just simply moral politicians, likeTrey Gowdy, may see us through this major challenge yet.
It is a test. May you pass it as well, Dear Reader.
(As for our Dear Leader, it appears as though he flunked it long ago.  Unless he is a superlative actor.
We know he is an actor.  But is he that good????……)
(P.S. The reference to the CIA having taken major roles in our MSM is based on the quote by William Casey, incoming CIA Director, at his first staff meeting in 1981, when he is purported to have said to his troops: "We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."  Let's face it: Obama couldn't have gotten to where he has gotten to if it weren't for the support of the CIA.  Case closed.)  
2) from westernjournalism.com: 'What Karl Rove Just Suggested About Hillary Clinton Could Rock The 2016 Election' - B.Christopher Agee - May 13
MARGARET May 13, 2014 at 1:41 pm — Reply
After seeing what”s happening these past few years w/ “Elections” I don”t know if it”s even worth voting anymore. Who do we vote for? The lesser of two Evils?

  • STANLEY May 13, 2014 at 3:14 pm — Reply

    Margaret, Although I visit this site often I have been reluctant to allow it access to my Facebook account in order to comment, but I have to respond to you.
    Margaret, yes it is worth voting. The problem with elections is there is too much apathy. Not enough people vote as it is is why it is as it is. Man that’s a bunch 2 letter words. Anyway, More people need to be involved. By that I mean they need to vote and they need to hold their representatives feet to the fire as it were. So yes you vote for the lesser of two evils this year. But then you pay attention to what that person is doing for the next 2 years and then if they seem to be another tell you what you want to hear but do as they please type you vote for the lesser evil again. If it turns out to be the same one well then you’re in trouble. It’s not likely to be the case, But you still have to vote. I tell people that if you don’t vote because you think your vote doesn’t matter you are wrong. If you don’t vote you don’t matter. So you see I am going to vote as long as there is a choice between the two evils and I am going to do what I can to get more people to vote. The next two elections are very important to the future of this country and we need everyone that is eligible to vote to do so. It doesn’t matter which side of the aisle you are on. R D or I it is important to vote in order to get a real feel for what the country wants. If all the people that could vote but don’t would they could elect Mickey Mouse if they stuck together. There is nearly 80 million people that could vote but don’t. The 2 major parties are close with around 60 million R and 65 million D using the last presidential election numbers.
    So please Margaret don’t give up yet.

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    • KIBITZER2 May 13, 2014 at 11:23 pm

      Stanley, I appreciate your perspective, but I just can’t share it. I have been living out of the country for many years, and when I came back recently I couldn’t believe the degree of corruption in the voting process that I discovered – on the Internet (in particular, in the ability of the electronic machines to spew out their programmed response, not the true voter input), and when I went to vote, when all they asked me for, to identify myself, was to sign a name after a name on their voter reg rolls. I could have been anybody. Why don’t they ask me to show my photo ID? In this state, we already have such a thing – and it’s used for all manner of ID needs, such as cashing a check, or getting one’s welfare benefits. The latter of which use puts the lie to the argument by the Dems that to use photo ID is ‘voter suppression’. What it is is illegal-voter suppression.

    • I for one refuse to engage in a charade, a fraud, a satanic game. I am incensed at the amount of corruption involved in the voting process in my home country. Do we REALLY have to dip a voter’s finger in purple ink in this country to make sure they don’t vote more than once? Or other techniques used by banana republics?? No. All we need to do, to True The Vote, is to require a photo ID, which required a birth certificate to acquire. Yes, those may be forged, too (don’t we know, with that Obama fraudulent document he posted on the WH web site); but they are at least a good step in the right direction. Which the citizenry should have taken a long time ago, in every state, to ensure voter integrity. This is the most important civics activity that the citizens of a country can engage in, to ensure that their government is honestly representing them. Not dishonestly; as is the case now. 

    • So, get behind a movement to True The Vote in your state. So that we can bring integrity back into the process.
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    • …or the federal constitutional republic of the United States is history.

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