Why You Are Wrong.

This blog has seen more than a fair share of griping, complaining, smearing, twisting of facts and even some outright lies. Today I am going to take the time and effort to put a few things in perspective. If you have the fortitude, you may just make it to the end of this post.

Tolerance -a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward opinions and practices that differ from one’s own. The act or capacity of enduring.

In other words: Its okay to hate someone for it. But its not okay to show your hatred for it. How fucked up is that?

There are those that say that our country was founded on Christian principles. I will not speak to this, but instead defer this to John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and The Constitution of the United States of America.

John Adams during the Treaty of Tripoli – “As the government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion —”

Thomas Jefferson – ” Our civil rights have no dependence on our religious opinions”

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution -“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.”

In short, shut-up your argument is void. There are no buts, or tip toeing through the fucking tulips on this one.

In other words. If I want to worship the magnolia tree I just planted and my belief says I must piss on every other tree like a dog, then guess what buddy, I’m headed to the park! No matter how outrageous or stupid you think it is. It’s my right! On top of that? I have the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines defending it! Welcome to America. Stop tolerating others and just simply accept that what is good for Johnny Numb Nuts may not be good for you and that’s okay.

Obama is the devil. Wait huh? Obama and the left are not so much different than the right. The topic does not matter to me. The fact is that both sides want to revoke or dismantle or prevent access to the fundamental Constitutional rights.

Please allow me to remind you:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long-established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

For those that do not see Secession as a possible answer?

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

“Those who surrender freedom for security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one.” – Benjamin Franklin

Homeland Security: Against the Constitution

Patriot Act: Against the Constitution

Defense of Marriage Act: Against the Constitution

Insurrection Act of 1807 changes (2006-7): Against the Constitution

National Defense Authorization Act: Against the Constitution

Government Subsidized or Provided or Produced Anything: Is Against the Constitution and Federal Laws. Do you not realize we have laws that say the Federal Government cannot compete against private Industry? Yes, Fanny Mae and Freddy Mac are illegal but use caveats to circumvent the law. Just as turning your healthcare over to the IRS as a tax, has done so as well.

Who Voted for the NDAA ?

This is a list of United States Senators and how they voted on this matter. Those who voted “Yea” are the ones who think they can detain us without trial: ( source ) ( source )

Yea AL Sessions, Jefferson [R]
Yea AL Shelby, Richard [R]

Yea AK Begich, Mark [D]
Yea AK Murkowski, Lisa [R]

Yea AZ Kyl, Jon [R]
Yea AZ McCain, John [R]

Yea AR Boozman, John [R]
Yea AR Pryor, Mark [D]

Yea CA Boxer, Barbara [D]
Yea CA Feinstein, Dianne [D]

Yea CO Bennet, Michael [D]
Yea CO Udall, Mark [D]

Yea CT Blumenthal, Richard [D]
Yea CT Lieberman, Joseph [I]

Yea DE Carper, Thomas [D]
Yea DE Coons, Chris [D]

Yea FL Nelson, Bill [D]
Yea FL Rubio, Marco [R]

Yea GA Chambliss, Saxby [R]
Yea GA Isakson, John [R]

Yea HI Akaka, Daniel [D]
Yea HI Inouye, Daniel [D]

Yea ID Crapo, Michael [R]
Yea ID Risch, James [R]

Yea IL Durbin, Richard [D]
Yea IL Kirk, Mark [R]

Yea IN Coats, Daniel [R]
Yea IN Lugar, Richard [R]

Yea IA Grassley, Charles [R]
Nay IA Harkin, Thomas [D]

Yea KS Moran, Jerry [R]
Yea KS Roberts, Pat [R]

Yea KY McConnell, Mitch [R]
Nay KY Paul, Rand [R]

Yea LA Landrieu, Mary [D]
Yea LA Vitter, David [R]

Yea ME Collins, Susan [R]
Yea ME Snowe, Olympia [R]

Yea MD Cardin, Benjamin [D]
Yea MD Mikulski, Barbara [D]

Yea MA Brown, Scott [R]
Yea MA Kerry, John [D]

Yea MI Levin, Carl [D]
Yea MI Stabenow, Debbie Ann [D]

Yea MN Franken, Al [D]
Yea MN Klobuchar, Amy [D]

Yea MS Cochran, Thad [R]
Yea MS Wicker, Roger [R]

Yea MO Blunt, Roy [R]
Yea MO McCaskill, Claire [D]

Yea MT Baucus, Max [D]
Yea MT Tester, Jon [D]

Yea NE Johanns, Mike [R]
Yea NE Nelson, Ben [D]

Yea NV Heller, Dean [R]
Yea NV Reid, Harry [D]

New Hampshire
Yea NH Ayotte, Kelly [R]
Yea NH Shaheen, Jeanne [D]

New Jersey
Yea NJ Lautenberg, Frank [D]
Yea NJ Menendez, Robert [D]

New Mexico
Yea NM Bingaman, Jeff [D]
Yea NM Udall, Tom [D]

New York
Yea NY Gillibrand, Kirsten [D]
Yea NY Schumer, Charles [D]

North Carolina
Yea NC Burr, Richard [R]
Yea NC Hagan, Kay [D]

North Dakota
Yea ND Conrad, Kent [D]
Yea ND Hoeven, John [R]

Yea OH Brown, Sherrod [D]
Yea OH Portman, Robert [R]

Nay OK Coburn, Thomas [R]
Yea OK Inhofe, James [R]

Nay OR Merkley, Jeff [D]
Nay OR Wyden, Ron [D]

Yea PA Casey, Robert [D]
Yea PA Toomey, Patrick [R]

Rhode Island
Yea RI Reed, John [D]
Yea RI Whitehouse, Sheldon [D]

South Carolina
Yea SC DeMint, Jim [R]
Yea SC Graham, Lindsey [R]

South Dakota
Yea SD Johnson, Tim [D]
Yea SD Thune, John [R]

Yea TN Alexander, Lamar [R]
Yea TN Corker, Bob [R]

Yea TX Cornyn, John [R]
Yea TX Hutchison, Kay [R]

Yea UT Hatch, Orrin [R]
Nay UT Lee, Mike [R]

Yea VT Leahy, Patrick [D]
Nay VT Sanders, Bernard [I]

Yea VA Warner, Mark [D]
Yea VA Webb, Jim [D]

Yea WA Cantwell, Maria [D]
Yea WA Murray, Patty [D]

West Virginia
Yea WV Manchin, Joe [D]
Yea WV Rockefeller, John [D]

Yea WI Johnson, Ron [R]
Yea WI Kohl, Herbert [D]

Yea WY Barrasso, John [R]
Yea WY Enzi, Michael [R]

You, the reader do not get to see time pass as I write, however I stopped writing this article to take a moment to email my local Tampa FBI headquarters. In the subject line I entered: General Inquiry

In the body I typed: Good Afternoon, I am a blog writer and would like to inform my readers on the steps required to bring forth an accusation of treason against a fellow citizen of The United States of America. So lets see what response we get shall we?

I have chosen to take a stand and make my voice heard using appropriate channels to do so. I shall not support or encourage anyone to do so in any other method, without exhaustively seeking every possible means to do so peacefully.

We are American Citizens and have rights and the ability to exercise them appropriately. Regardless of what someone else thinks we should or should not have, those rights were determined for us in script in two documents. The first being a declaration of secession and war against the British, the second being A Constitution of laws and rights.

Regardless of sexual orientation, spiritual beliefs, race, or any other defining method, All men are created equal, and are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.. –That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.

It is your first responsibility as an American citizen to protect not the government but the principles and laws of this nation. It is not your responsibility to yourself, it is your responsibility to every citizen of this nation including yourself. We have no fate but what we make. The Constitution is not a fucking Chinese Buffet. Regardless of the differences in belief or ideology the person you hate is your American brother or sister. I will and shall always stand for the principles of our nation. The actual principles, not these false representatives and interpretations.

Your parties have become corrupt beyond recognition. They have both chosen paths which lead to corruption and the indisputable truth that our Liberty, National Pride, Freedom, and very American way of life is threatened. Saying: “If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear” is exactly the same thoughts I am sure the “pure-blooded” German had when Hitler came to power.  I have read Mein Kompf, a very well written diatribe of hate and stupidity. I hate to say this but Hitler and I do agree on one thing. National Pride. Pride in your country and its citizens is of the utmost importance to any National culture. However, we disagree on absolutely everything else.

Stop seeing yourselves as and stop associating yourselves with those that seek to undermine the absolute truths of our Nation. We can disagree on subjects and whats best for you may not be best for me. That does not mean that gives me a right to intercede into your life and remove your liberty or freedom because I do not belief your actions are correct. That is the simple truth of our Nation. That idea is why we have A United States of America to begin with. The colonists would not comply with King George and Parliament because their rights were being stripped and the road to a police state had begun. Why do you think there is a “no quarter” clause in the constitution?  They were sticking soldiers in peoples homes!

Get with it people. Its time to start acting like Americans. United We Stand. Divided We Fall isn’t bullshit. Its fact.

P.S. Is it okay to be scared shit-less that I opened the door on this can of worms by contacting the FBI on a general inquiry?

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40 Responses to Why You Are Wrong.

  1. Bret says:

    You speak truth.
    However, The founding fathers also believed that ones religiousness or relationship to religion was a personal one and a private one.

    Time altered the arrangement and interpretation to remove religious teachings from public schools. As more and more non-christians became a part of our society.
    Again, While religion does specifically offer values and morals. Those values are universal and have existed since before Christianity itself. The values and principles of this nations founding predate even The Roman Empire. To call upon religion as the fundamental crux of civilized society is calling upon nothing short of a flawed principle. Our founding morals and values have no bearing on our religious beliefs.

    How do we return to having a moral compass? It is painfully obvious that selling Jesus Christ isnt working. It hasnt ever worked. It never will. If it did work, The Crusades would have been a resounding success and Jerusalem would still be in Vatican hands. If it did work, There would be nothing for Westborough Baptist to complain about. If it did work, then there would be slaves doing my laundry right now. When my daughter turned 18, shed fetch at least a chicken.

    We return to a moral compass, by wanting to do so. We choose to do so, each of us. We begin by having manners. We continue it by treating others how we wish to be treated. We pay it forward in courtesy, respect, integrity, being men and women of our word, and most of all, accepting that our laws are meant for everyone, that our rights are inalienable and we cannot take from anyone what is not ours to take, nor give what is not ours to give.

    These are not religious principles, they are simply principles of being a good person. I didnt have to reference a Bible to tell me that. My mother did, when I was a child. My father did when I was a child.

  2. The problem is with scale. Jefferson felt no polity should be greater than 10,000 citizens. Today the average House member “represents” 750,000 sheeple. How is that representative government? Who is paying attention? 1000 people can affect a population of 10,000, but have no chance with 750,000. When the states were sovereign I could move away from an oppressive government. Now I suffer under FEDERAL laws. Both the R’s and the D’s are interested in control… gun control, pollution control, drug control, food control, energy control, you name it. It is not about the principles or the methods, it is only about who gets to run the machine. About who is in CONTROL. They do not want obedience to law, they want compliance. Our government has loaded us down with enough rules, regulations, orders and laws to make it impossible to be law abiding. We are now in a position where we can be intimidated, extorted, have our property seized, or be imprisoned at the whim of any given bureaucrat.
    There is a difference between freedom (a convict has the freedom of his cell), and LIBERTY!

    • Bret says:

      Yes, the size ratio is off. If we returned to Federalism, it wouldnt be.
      We must accept that it was the will of the voter to abandon Soverignty and Federalism. If we choose to return to it, it would destroy the current government. “when in the course of…..”

      My next article will explain more.

  3. SamuelAdams says:

    Are my posts being blocked for some reason?

    • For some reason wordpress picks up certain posts as potential spam and I have to go in later and approve them. I think I have found and approved them all. Sorry my friend. I don’t know what the formula is or how they determine what is potential spam. It’s an intermitent problem. Most of the messages that get picked up really are spam but occasionally the system screws up.

  4. Amber says:

    I surrender. You guys are badasses. Period. You guys have ruined me for every other blogger on the planet because they will never have a follower in me.. hehe

    Mad props =D

  5. SamuelAdams says:

    Hopefully this post will make it. Some haven’t for some reason.

    I can in agree in essence because I think I know your meaning an desires but I think you are not quite on track of how to get there.

    Yes, Congress cannot ESTABLISH a religion but that does not prohibit religion, nor the use of it in government or anywhere else. That never was the intent. The quotes you gave are some of many the Founders made. Many, if not all, were religious and demonstrated that constantly in word and deed. They did NOT however, promote any particular religion. They intentionally were generic to all for the equality they all believe in. They were extremely wise and knew that we would attract people from all over the world from many different religions.

    However, they stated over and over that our form of government could not survive unless we were a moral and upright Country. Can you do that without religion? Yes, but they were skeptical and recommended that religion be taught in government, schools, and other places. YES, they specifically said schools!! Happy to provide the sources if you can’t find them but it’s there.

    Yes, we are all equal but how do you correctly apply that if you have no idea of right and wrong? How do you know what IS right and wrong if you have no values? How do you have values if you have nothing on which to base those values? Religion provides that. Is it the only way? No, but it is proven to work and the Founders knew it. It worked for them, it had worked in history, and they knew that history is the BEST teacher. Especially since humans don’t change. Human nature is a constant through history. That is why history always repeats itself.

    No,I don’t care what you do behind closed doors, but once it become public then it is my right, actually my duty to care if it affects the direction of my Country, especially if it’s a negative affect. Refer back to our survival depending on being a moral and ethical society based on Natural Law.

    As long as what you do does not break Natural Law, all is good. Otherwise, there will be problems and it should be addressed.

    The Constitution as it is written is as perfect as humanly possible I believe. However, the problem with it is that it must be applied and followed by humans. That is where the failures happen. That, again, is why the Founders cautioned us in so many different ways on how we should act and not act. They studied history intently to develop our Founding documents.

    If we were as good at being responsible citizens as they were, we would not have many of the problems we now find ourselves dealing with.

    As to, the last part of your post, I’m in total agreement that if something can be done it must be done. It is our duty as responsible citizens and we’ve been asleep too long.

  6. Bret says:

    Dear Readers,

    I am grateful that you take the time to read and respond to my articles. I however regret to inform you that I will never hand you something to read that is candy coated and easy to swallow. The truth isnt always pretty. I wish that I could have a one liner that says “World at peace, all evil men are dead men”. Thats just not true. For most people it takes being smacked in the face before they get it. Thats human nature isnt it?

    Im sometimea not easy to read, but i wont baffle you wish bullshit. I do my utmost to stick to facts and not stray from them on wild tangents. I hate chasing rabbits, thats why i own a gun, i let the bullets do the chasing.

  7. jessemathewson says:

    Reblogged this on Jesse Talks Back and commented:

  8. Mountainaires says:

    Please try to use measured words and thoughtful arguments at all times — particularly for public consumption on blogs. While the arguments may be valid, they are best presented in moderate doses, so as not to alienate those who are less courageous, and less patriotic. They become frightened at the least little tremor through their lives. Be professional at all times. It is persuasive.

    • SamuelAdams says:

      Then they should run and hide until liberty and freedom passes them by.

      What did Jesus say about lukewarm? Yep, hard and to the point.

      Those that would be alienated won’t do anything with the information anyways if they are that timid, so they are best left to their own destruction and time not wasted on them.

      They will help no one, especially not their Country.

  9. landsharkxray says:

    You’ve every right and probable cause to be scared shitless. And the FBI may contact you for information you may posses , to have asked the question. I pray they will not deem you a nut job if you should decide to inform on POTUS and company, members of SCOTUS and sundry menbers of Congress and the senior law enforcement officers, Governers, and many legislators of various states and the Mayors and Council members and Police Chiefs of many cities. Can’t wait to know how that works out. I agree with nearly all you have stated as your personal perspective and that what the nations founders have set forth in the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights, and many of their personal papers,are indisputable. I must say, however, that my religion, which is not any specific religion, disallows me to be tolerant of the hatred and lies espoused, sometimes ever so subtley, by the absolute Communists suverting our country into chains,real or metaphorical, nor the absolute hatred championed by bigots, no matter their race or religion. And yes, I do want this done right. It is no easy task, saving a nation. I await someone, much more eloquent in their speech and writings than I, to set forth the most effective pathway to avoid the bonds that threaten what liberty remains in this world. and I pray that we remaining free men will not be elimanated one by one as they try to seize our arms from our still warm hands . Semper Fidelis!

  10. Reblogged this on Cold Dead Hands Days and commented:
    This is SO RIGHT!

  11. It’s gratifying to see someone put into
    words exactly down to the T, My feelings on this very subject. I’ve been preaching this exact thing for a long time to everyone and largely have been ignored. However now I think people are starting to wake up and this may be the beginning of a mass consciousness event that is sorely needed. People are going back and reading our Constitution and saying hey wait a minute are government is criminal!! They are starting to get it and they are pissed off!! :)

  12. M. Langevin says:

    I await the reply you get from the FBI but won’t hold my breath.

  13. Bret if the FBI asks about me, my real name is Chad Miller. Jussayin… :-)

  14. Bret,
    I’m confused, you said the senators who voted nay on the NDAA “are the ones who think they can detain us without trial”, aren’t the ones who voted ‘nay’ the ones who are against it? Am I not understanding something?

    “In response to the controversial indefinite detention provision from last year, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California) introduced an amendment in December 2012 that would have forbid the government from using military force to indefinitely detain Americans without trial under the 2013 NDAA. Although that provision, dubbed the “Feinstein Amendment,” passed the Senate unanimously, a select panel of lawmakers led by Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-Michigan) stripped it from the final version of the NDAA two week later before it could clear Congress. In exchange, Congress added a provision, Sec. 1029, that claims to ensure that “any person inside the United States” is allowed their constitutional rights, including habeas corpus, but supporters of the Feinstein Amendment say that the swapped wording does nothing to erase the indefinite detention provision from the previous year.” http://rt.com/usa/news/obama-ndaa-detention-president-288/

    I appreciate your clarification on this.

    • Bret says:

      My most sincearest apologies. My source was bad. I went back and watched the actual vote broadcast on CSPAN. I will adjust and correct the article to reflect the appropriate YAY. Tally

      • Thank you, Bret. I’ve been trying to spread the word about the NDAA 2013, I’m glad to see other people are just as upset about it as I am. Thanks for another great article, I especially like “1780′s Political Parties and todays scum.”


        • Bret says:

          Laura, I have found an indisputable source for the vote tally and have updated the post. Thank you for pointing out my error. If you like these posts, I have several from back when we were writing and the only people reading were our spouses lol. Go back into the archive.

          • Thanks again, Bret. I am very impressed with the quality of the authors and their articles on this blog. Twice now (including this post) I have alerted the author to a possible error and both times the author has responded promptly and with civility, checking into my question and correcting the mistake, if there was one. I love how the authors reply to the comments. I am slowly catching up on the previous articles, reading the new articles as they are posted and reading 1 or 2 older ones each day.

          • Bret says:

            Ma’am, to do anything less than that would make us no different than the mind sets we oppose. I do not dabble in hypocracy. I love truth.

            I was once like everyone else. Believed in my leadership. Believed we needed to kill Iraqis and conquer the world if need be. That democracy and freedom was something everyone should have. But there in lies a problem. You cannot force freedom on someone. The very definition of it means ones decision is made for themselves. By using freedom as a reason to liberate you infact do the opposite. Quite a paradox.

  15. I don’t know whether to laugh, cry or yell woopee! I loved, albeit the short, history lesson! I have to be honest and say it is a lot harded to do than say, regarding disagreeing with others but still defending their rights to speak such filth about our country and their desire to change it. Yes, I know you are right, it doesn’t make it easier. I’m curious as well about those signs, as I too, live in TX. This sound like the tanks that were shipped all over the US by railroad, black helicopters, and signs are all connected and not in a maybe on down the line kinda way. Looking forward to more info.

    • Bret says:

      I do it by accepting the fact that people seem to like killing their unborn children and that fact saddens me but I let go and remember that Gods word says that he is all of our final judge and jury. That I am to obey the laws of the land, that I am to love my neighbor. That in my times of trouble I am to let go and let god, only when I am unable to help myself. That my relationship to my god is mine and mine alone. That I will not be judged for my neighbors actions, but my own. I remember that while I disagree with people, that I can still love them as a brother or sister for being in this grand experiment we call a nation. It is our differences that make us such a special place in the world.

      I love my country and its people. Regardless of who shot who and how many. Regardless of who put what in whose rectum, regardless of all things of the individual. We are a collective of such a cornocopia of beliefs and ideals. We are truly a beautiful nation.

  16. Good Luck To You Bret: Keep us informed please. Your written word brings to light a few of my shortcomings. I will now and forever after treat all my fellow and lady citizens the same. What exactly that means,…. will be something I will have to think about. I will be the first to admit that I sometimes let self control slip through my mouth and even more frequently through my fingers.
    Its hard not to treat Liberals like Liberals when in Liberal Land. Believe me , I do try, however I am failing more often than not lately.

    Do you just give up and hope they die and go away, or do you subject yourself to abuse by trying to help them see the boobytraps this Liberal government is luring them into? When I say this government I mean the whole rat pack.

    There’s certainly not much I can do alone to make the government realize they are going the wrong way on a one way street. Blackhawks flying over cities firing blanks, UN troops training on US soil, open borders, proposing gun bans and registration, selling state of the art military armor to our enemies and sending them billions of out tax dollars, killing Seals and Diplomats while giving orders to “STAND DOWN”, Fema camps. WTF

  17. Don Jones says:

    Well said. How ever I will take slight disagreement about opioions on comments on Principles of Christianity verse Relgioin. You should understand the founders did create our Constitution based on Christian “Principles”. They did not Creatate our Constitution on “Religion”. Principles are the bed rock of our belife in how we treat one another. Religion how we communicate our beliefs to our God, thus you and I may hold to the same principles of fair treatment and respect for each other while we may address our feeling toward our belife in our God differently.You may be a Buddist or Hindu or Mormon or Catholic and worship and “Practices our Religion” differently but still belive in the same principles found in the Christian faith. With this differance in mind you can see why our founders can say what they did about Principles and Religion and there is on contridictions.

    • Bret says:

      As eloquently as possible… No.

      The principles in which you speak of are universal. They are not christian in nature. They have existed since before christianity. The principles in which you speak are the same fundamental principles of every major religion (including pagan religions). They have existed since before the Roman Empire. They go back as far as recorded human history.

      Do unto others as you would have done unto you.”

    • yea, uh…You’re wrong Don…Most of our founders leaned toward Deism. Our founders were religious men in that they believed in God but did not specify Christianity and they wanted us to be free to worship who and how we wanted. “Christian” Principals predate the religion by thousands of years and were in fact “borrowed” from other religions.

  18. Brad says:

    Although I didn’t like the way you put some things, I cannot help but agree wholeheartedly with all that you said. Very well spoken.

    I understand that the bad language can add emphasis and force to one’s statements, but you may be able to reach a broader audience by not cursing. It just depends on why you did it. Either way, very well put and I stand by your side.

    • Bret says:

      Normally, I do not use such foul language in my posts. I have grown very tired of giving my ear to people only to have them recite some sort of message claiming that our nations problems stem from Obama or Liberals or Conservatives. I care nothing for any of your issues, your debates, your versions of morality, your personal conscious, your beliefs, your ideals, or anythin about each of you as individuals. What you do in your house, I may not do in mine. The simple fact of it all is we are bonded by the first amendment.

      My only concern and focus is to have others realize, wake up and reconsile the facts. It is not a democrat or a republican problem. Its an American citizen problem. We have been led by the collar WILLINGLY to the slaughter. BY BOTH PARTIES. The end result is the same, the scenery on the road to loss of liberty would be different.

    • Bad language gets the Fucking Point across bro.

      • Bret says:

        What it does is alienate people and turn people off from wanting to listen to you. I was rather angry when I wrote this earlier. I would feel better about it if I went back when i cooled off a bit and re-wrote it. Which is why i usually have Dean take the time to proof and play editor for me before something goes out.

        • Yea maybe well meaning liberals. Curse words are just words and if words offend, than maybe a person needs to get thicker skin. We have to live in reality and words are not daggers. I have no use for those who would stick their heads in the sand when faced with something they don’t want to hear. That’s what’s gotten us in this mess as a country in the first place. Obviously the complainer has never been in the service. LOL

  19. DPS says:

    Well I think you have every right to contact the FBI, I don’t think you will hear back from them but we all must try..And BTW keep up the great work on your site its now on my list to read everyday.
    Since you like digging dig into this one, Its was reported yesterday morning that a semi was pulled over outside of Elpaso Tx. The tropper after finding out the drive worked for the goverment he decided to inspect the load. All he found was street signs.. Not to surprising but what the signs said is very disturbing.. Just a simple message ( Martial Law in Affect ).. He was told that the signs are going to large cities.. I’m still trying to find out more about and could us all the help I can get..

    Standing by in Texas,

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