The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
I've been watching his stuff for some time. I suspect he's aware, but still wants to stir up more pro liberty action.
There are plenty of people out there willing to risk it all by standing up for their Constitutional Rights, those same rights passed down to us by the Founders.The reference to one of Barry's reelection ads seems dated, as he was already reelected.The Founders were public spirited men, who would have never dreamed of a career as a legislator. Their one mistake was not to include term limits in the Constitution.The current crop of tsx-funded mandarins, with benefits rarely available to the average CEO, had led to representative bodies with members focused on reelection, and getting their names in the tame media, instead of conducting the nation's work for a while, then leaving for a productive career.Career politicians were not envisioned by the Founders.
I am still on the fence whether to get the hell out from behind enemy lines here in CT and live in a free state, or stay here and fight these commie creeps.Last night I watched "Inglorious Basterds" for like the third time recently. I am beginning to draw some serious inspiration from Aldo the Apache and the rest of the Basterds. They did their work from behind enemy lines in occupied France to kill "Nat-zees". While we aren't to that point yet, there is still plenty of subversion, resistance, evasion, civil disobedience, and smuggling to be accomplished behind the lines. All the while we write letters, attend hearings, call legislators, show up on the capitol steps, etc. If it ever does get to a bloody phase, and Patriots need to collect for The Hundred Heads Life Insurance "benefit", I call for those hundred heads to be in the form of scalps, just like Aldo the Apache wanted.
Either that, or he's trying make freedom movement bigger...
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