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July 8, 2014

Crisis? What Crisis?


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Posted by gerardvanderleun at July 8, 2014 4:02 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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When the American Colonies chartered the United States government, an Obligation bound by Oaths was made. In Article Four, "[...] and [the United States] shall protect each of them [the States] against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence." The States also gave to the Federal government in Article Two "The Congress shall have power … To establish a uniform Rule of Naturalization, … To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions ...".
And finally, in Article Six, "The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution".

This is our agreement, for how we live together in peace. We have charged our Federal Government to repel invasions. And when a group of government employees, public servants, believe they can break their Oaths and usurp Our Powers, civil war will follow.

It matters not whether it is by gross incompetence (cry-baby Boehner), dereliction of duty (McCain), or treason (the Usurper) that this invasion is allowed to continue and the invaders not be forcibly repelled. Mercy and compassion to fence-hopping foreign peasants is not a constitutional function of our Government. The United States is not a charity to the world's poor. And We are not marks, shackled to provide for any person who comes begging for free food, free housing, free education, free college degrees, free medical care, a life free of pain, sickness, worry, want.

Our government employees, their Oaths are broken, they are dishonorable men and women, and they must be removed with prejudice.

The Usurper and his minions want this invasion, their sly words be damned. The Ruling Party, its courtiers, retainers, sycophants all wants this, they see it as the opportunity to create a dependent class of vote slaves to overwhelm We the People. The vested commercial interests want this, for they believe as Lando that they can make deals with Vader.

They are against Us, they mean to rule Us, and this is their chosen moment.

If they do not immediately expend their energies to repel this invasion, and instead continue to aid and abet it, it will soon be piano wire time. Invaders don't have a claim (or in the obscene perversion of language by the usurpers and oath-breakers, rights) to our wealth, to our productive efforts. The sworn obligation of our government people is clear and unequivocal, to Us only and not to the invaders: to repel this invasion with dispatch and economy. Anything less, is treason.

Posted by: John A. Fleming [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 9, 2014 12:13 AM

Well writ Fleming. Compelling arguments, if a bit verbose. Nice to see I am not the only one that talks too much, grin.

The irony of our situation is that most who grasp the dynamics and perceive the wrong-doing are sitting on the couch or in some neighborhood espresso bar, thinking and agonizing and perhaps rending garments. Folks can do that all day and not even put on shoes.

Those who would mobilize believe that boots and steel are necessary to effect change. To bring the usurper and his cronies to justice, impeach, putsch, revolt, rebellion, blood must flow. To indulge in a pithy aphorism: eggs must be broken to make the omelet. Words and their ensuing actions are needed to make the corrections. We look to our peers and intellectual mentors and see ... and see... sitting around bitching and whining. That's no way to fight for honor.

We just don't grasp the finer points of dissent. What we do grasp is that if we want to get something done we must get up off the couch and do it.
This lifted off the pages of The Washington Rebel some months ago, before it imploded. The sophistry and polemical discussion on that blog site reached critical mass:
"I doubt the efficacy of teaching, though it's noble indeed to attempt it. Witness the enormous learning, wit, and insight of so many wonderful bloggers whose voices can now be heard. Still, as entertaining as their efforts are, it seems to me that the effect of their work in defeating the liberal, grifter enemy is marginal." Colonel B. Bunny

Posted by: chasmatic [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 9, 2014 7:50 AM

As long as the Democraps control the Senate a conviction decision following impeachment is hopeless.
The ballot box and dumbfounded voters put the current batch of buggerers into power. The 2014 elections may change whores-who [or whose-whores) is in the Senate to make impeachment a worthwhile effort.
Shorter term, bombard your Congress reps with emails, letters, and town hall meeting complaints.
The buggerers won last time out because, among other things, they were better organized in getting their voters out to the voting booths.

2016's presidential election is almost here and Obama's 3rd term is a near certainty after he voids the 2-term limit rule via another executive disorder.

Posted by: Stug Guts [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 9, 2014 10:29 AM

Even if the GOP wins a majority of the Senate, the RINOs plus the commie-libs will be a working majority. You cannot fight Obama without replacing RINOs with conservatives.

In fact, if the GOP has a slim majority it greatly amplifies the power of RINOs like McCain, Snowe, Linda Graham of SC, etc. Those RINOs will instantly become the power brokers in the Senate and you will see more Democrat agenda items passed than conservative agenda items passed.

There is nothing more important in politics than turning the Republican Party into an opposition party. Turning the GOP into fighters can't be done after they are elected. If you don't elect a conservative it doesn't matter whether you elect a Democrat or Republican.

Posted by: tscottme [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 9, 2014 9:42 PM

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