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 Post subject: Re: Time for American revolution and protests
 Post Posted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:06 am 
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That's really as big as it can get. And Mubarak said he won't run for re-election. well whupty do he has no prayer of winning anyway. He needs to step down now not next September.

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Ry wrote:
That's really as big as it can get. And Mubarak said he won't run for re-election. well whupty do he has no prayer of winning anyway. He needs to step down now not next September.


Especially since by waiting until next September, he'd have time to ensure a continuity of governmental servitude to his evil overlords in Tel Aviv and DC.


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Int'l man of mystery wrote:
Ry wrote:
That's really as big as it can get. And Mubarak said he won't run for re-election. well whupty do he has no prayer of winning anyway. He needs to step down now not next September.


Especially since by waiting until next September, he'd have time to ensure a continuity of governmental servitude to his evil overlords in Tel Aviv and DC.


Enough time to make the secret service do some terror killings, extreme renditions and strategic positioning of political partners.

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 Post subject: Re: Time for American revolution and protests
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I do not believe this many people will gather in vein. If the next guy is a puppet he will not be able to exert control, once you start losing police and soldiers to the crowds without force, it is only a matter of time until the chain of command is gone. Israel cannot let this be. But America can.

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March 20 End the Fed end the Wars.

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Just got word from my C'ville group C'ville VA is having a rally by the wall March 19th and then there will be a bus trip to DC for the protest on the 20th

Also Nader is on board to speak! And others are signing up as well!
Time for AMERICAN revolution.

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Protest March 4 March 19 and 20th

Put an END the FED sign in your window or Yard, paint it on the over pass.

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Speakers for this event:
Ralph Nader, Elliott Adams, Mike Ferner, Chris Hedges,
Caneisha Mills, and Ann Wright, among others.

Now Endorsed by (list in formation): ANSWER Coalition, CODEPINK, Courage to Resist, Delaware Valley Veterans for America, March Forward!, Movement for a Democratic Society, National Assembly, Peace Action, Peace Action Montgomery, Peace of the Action, Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans Against the War, United for Peace and Justice, United National Antiwar Committee, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Voices for Creative Nonviolence, War Crimes Times, War Resisters League, Washington Peace Center, Witness Against Torture, World Can’t Wait

Gonna be huge

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Thought Ry would get a chuckle from parts of this:

Tea party vision for Mont. raising concerns
By MATT GOURAS, Associated Press
Thu Feb 24, 5:13 pm ET
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110224/ap_ ... orld/print


HELENA, Mont. – With each bill, newly elected tea party lawmakers are offering Montanans a vision of the future.

Their state would be a place where officials can ignore U.S. laws, force FBI agents to get a sheriff's OK before arresting anyone, ban abortions, limit sex education in schools and create armed citizen militias.

It's the tea party world. But not everyone is buying their vision.

Some residents, Democratic Gov. Brian Schweitzer and even some Republican lawmakers say the bills are making Montana into a laughingstock. And, they say, the push to nullify federal laws could be dangerous.

"We are the United States of America," said Schweitzer. "This talk of nullifying is pretty toxic talk. That led to the Civil War."

A tea party lawmaker said raising the specter of a civil war is plain old malarkey.

"Nullification is not about splitting this union apart," freshman Rep. Derek Skees said. "Nullification is just one more way for us to tell the federal government: 'That is not right."

Some of their bills are moving through the legislature. Others appear doomed: an armed citizen militia, FBI agents under the thumb of the sheriff and a declaration that global warming is good for business.

[Let's get something straight. The sheriff is the highest elected official in any county. it is a constitutional office. There is no way in bloody fucking hell that an unelected FBI agent or any other federal jack-booted thug outranks the sheriff. NO FUCKING WAY! Better understand that your sheriff is your next to the last stand against federal tyranny.]

Whatever their merits, the ideas are increasingly popping up in legislatures across the nation, as a wave of tea party-backed conservatives push their anti-spending, anti-federal government agenda.

Arizona, Missouri and Tennessee are discussing the creation of a joint compact, like a treaty, opposing the 2010 health care law. Idaho is considering a plan to nullify it, as is Montana.

In Montana, the GOP gained a supermajority in the Montana House in last year's election, giving Republicans control of both legislative chambers. Half of the 68 House Republicans are freshman, many sympathetic to the new political movement.

Over the first 45 days of the new legislature, they have steadily pushed their proposals. Some have moved out of committee.

Examples include a bill making it illegal to enforce some federal gun laws in the state, and another aimed at establishing state authority over federal regulation of greenhouse gasses.

Schweitzer is watching, describing many of the proposals from the new majority as simply "kooky," such as a plan to make it legal to hunt big game with a spear.

Hardly a day goes by, however, that the merits of "nullification" aren't discussed.

Proponents draw on Thomas Jefferson's late 18th-century argument that aimed to give states the ultimate say in constitutional matters and let them ban certain federal laws in their borders.

Supporters are not dissuaded by the legal scholars who say the notion runs afoul of the clause in the U.S. Constitution that declares federal law "the supreme law of the land."

Backers of nullification say they can get the federal government to back down off a law if enough states band together against it.

[Actually, jurors can do even better. The power of a single juror is greater that that of the pResident, in that his/her decision cannot be overturned. Look what happened in the 1800s when juries started refusing to convict people charged with violating the federal Fugitive Slave Act of 1850. You have three boxes available in the defense of freedom; ballot box, jury box, cartridge box. Use in that order.]

They point to the REAL ID act — a Bush-era plan to assert federal control over state identifications as a way to combat terrorism. The law has been put in limbo after 25 states adopted legislation opposing it.

[Lies! Obama's proposed Internet ID IS the National ID.]

The nullification debate reached a fever pitch this week when tea party conservatives mustered enough votes in the House to pass a 17-point declaration of sovereignty.

"States retain the right of protecting all freedoms of individual persons from federal incursion," the measure in part reads. Now, it heads to the Senate, where ardent states' rights conservatives have less influence and its fate is less certain.

House Minority Leader Jon Sesso stood in the House Chamber, exasperated. He peppered Republicans with questions: Who decides if the federal government is acting unconstitutionally?

"Who among us is making these determinations that our freedoms are being lost?" he asked, an incredulous expression on his face as he eyed the Republican side of the chamber.

[Who? The ones who mistakenly elected you, you fucking moron!]

Republican Rep. Cleve Loney rose. A man of few words, the tea party organizer replied: "I don't intend us to secede from the union. But I will tell you it is up to us. We are the people to decide."

The political movement that caught Democrats by surprise at the ballot box also caught them flat-footed at the Legislature.

At first they rolled their eyes, but now they are quickly ramping up their opposition, even recycling a slogan once leveled by conservatives against liberals protesting the Vietnam War.

"I say to you: 'This is America: Love it or leave it,'" shouted Rep. William McChesney, during the sovereignty declaration debate.

Some Republicans have turned against the more aggressive tea party ideas.

"You are scaring the you-know-what out of them with this kind of talk," veteran Republican lawmaker Walt McNutt said. "This needs to stop and stop now. Stop scaring our constituents and stop letting us look like a bunch of buffoons."

Democrats are resigned to losing many of the votes and in some cases have urged Republicans to trot the ideas out for floor debates for the public to see. And surprised residents are taking notice, especially of the nullification push.

"It would be hard for anyone to top what is going on here in terms of the insanity of it all," said Lawrence Pettit, a retired university president and author living in Helena. "One could be amused by it, except it is too dangerous."

Schweitzer, meanwhile, is getting ready for the bills that may arrive on his desk. On Wednesday, he got a new cattle brand from the state livestock agency that reads "VETO." A branding iron is being made.

"Ain't nobody in the history of Montana has had so many danged ornery critters that needed branding," he said.

[Hopefully, they will start with Schweitzer's ass.]

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