Tuesday, 15 November 2016

With Friends Like This...

Temper, temper.....

from ipatriot.com: ‘Who should be in Trump’s Cabinet and Congress?’ - Dustin Koellhoffer - November 14
(The writer makes his article sound like he is a solid, Tea Party type.  Until…)

kibitzer3 a few seconds ago (just gone November 15)

"Cruz should be the next Supreme Court justice"? Are you insane?? The man can't read plain English with even a modicum of comprehension. He doesn't even understand that he is not eligible for the presidential office - of if he does, he is one of those shyster lawyer types who say that the Constitution means what they say it means. Case in point:

A 'natural born' citizen is a person, quote, "born in the country, of parents who are citizens..." That definition of that category of citizen is from the definitive tome of the day of the constitutional Framers on such matters, E. de Vattel's 'The Law of Nations'. (Look it up: Book One, Ch. XIX, Sect. 212.) There is all manner of historical evidence that that source is, indeed, the one that the Framers understood and were going by - and that eligibility requirement for that particular office STILL STANDS, absent a constitutional amendment to the contrary.

Cruz has tried to argue that the Nationality Act of 1790 trumps the original definition. He is being disingenuous at the best: a) that Act of Congress was repealed by the Nationality Act of 1795 ON THIS VERY POINT - that it had been misleading in its use of the term (a repeal signed off on by both Madison, as a Congressman at the time, and Washington as President); and b) nothing trumps the Constitution - no Act of Congress, no Resolution; nothing - but a constitutional amendment. (Forget a treaty; that factor doesn't apply here.)

The reason that this truth is being covered up is because of the push by the New World Order gang for a change in that requirement. The Democrat Party got away with running their ineligible candidate Obama in 2008 because the Republican Party honchos were in on the heist, wanting to run their OWN ineligible candidates through that hole blasted in the wall of the Constitution. Which they subsequently did this election around in the forms of Cruz, Rubio, and Jindal. They couldn't do it the legitimate way because they had both tried, a total of 8 times between them between 2003 and '08 alone, to get just such an amendment starting through Congress (proposals all having this issue as their common denominator) - and they failed each time even to get their proposals out of committee, such was the sensitivity around this particular issue. So, what did they do? It's obvious what they did: They colluded. And they both need to be hauled into (a legitimate, Common Law) court, on RIOO-statute charges, and found guilty of being the criminal enterprises that they are, fined, their officials jailed, and both parties dissolved. As part of the setting to rights of this country that needs to take place now.

Come on, ipatriot. Live up to your name.


I don't know where this Dustin guy is coming from.  But he's on the wrong side of the divide on this one.

And it's not just a matter of opinion.  It's a matter of fact.


…and while I was pontificating at that site, I added this one:

Rudy or Jeff Sessions for Attorney General. Dr. Carson for Surgeon General or any other position he might want,and Ted Cruz (now endorsed by Lindsay Graham !... maybe Lindsay wants Ted out of the Senate? for Supreme Court Justice. One thing Trump knows how to do and do very well, and that is to appoint the best people to have around him to help him carry out his mandate from us, the American patriots.

  • kibitzer3 SouthernPatriot a few seconds ago (November 15)

  • 1) No on Cruz for SCOTUS, for the reason that I posted below.

  • 2) Unfortunately Dr. Carson is for mandatory vaccinations, He is a victim of his allopathic, drug-based medical training, A better Surgeon General would be Dr. Russell L. Blaylock. A retired neurosurgeon, he is extremely aware of the shortfalls of allopathic medicine (has written a number of valuable books), and would introduce excellent holistic methods into the national health picture.

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