When government declares war on the people

Obama’s ineligibility: When government declares war on the people
By Lawrence Sellin Full Story

imageAt Lexington and Concord, the American militia was able to stand their ground against oppression because they stockpiled weapons and ammunition, created an effective local intelligence network and had the support of the populace. Those are the fundamentals of a classical insurgency.

In 1964, no one framed the choice better than Ronald Reagan:

“Whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capital can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves.”
Obama and Holder Show Supreme Arrogance Placing Blame on Others
By Jerry McConnell Full Story

The unbelievable audacity of this Obama Administration is enough to rattle a man’s brain it is so brazenly full of chutzpah.  It’s as if all of them from the Usurper-in-Chief on down think they not only can walk on water but they can use that water to cleanse all the dirt and mud that sticks to them from their dirty dealings.
Dems trying to pin British tabloid scandal on Fox News
By Judi McLeod Full Story

imageA Democrat smear campaign is already afoot to drag FOX News into the mire of the Rupert Murdoch-owned, News of the World, scandal.

RENEWED GLOBAL CALLS FOR FOX BOYCOTT: Fox has given Palin & Bachmann far too much legitimacy and has been singularly responsible for the steadily eroding and inane media “news” circus America has had since the Nov. 2000 general election,” Pete Thottam, a Los Angeles based activist wrote in an email to the West LA Dem Club and progressivecaucusdp{at}yahoogroups.com, among others today.

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