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  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Dec 4, 2011 2:33 AM Flag

    Secret Bill To Be Voted On Today Would Allow The Military To Sweep Up US Citizens At Home Or Abroad

    This may, or may not be true. A guy called into a radio show yesterday saying an ex-militiary buddy of his was working in a warehouse. Container shipments of unmarked boxes were flooding into the warehouse of unknown inventory. His curiosity got the better of him, so he opened one of the boxes. It contained many Kevlar body armor jackets.

    He said he also had another buddy in law enforcement, and all were being made to sign a Federally issued statement as to whether they would fire on civilians if ordered. If they answered “No” they were either not promoted or lost their jobs as police officers. Of course, at this point, it is just the word of someone calling in to a radio station. Somebody should post a copy of the questionnaire. That would really go viral.

    As far as these unconstitutional bills wending their way through the Senate, the Wilson Administration and his allies created the 17th Amendment that provided Senators the popular vote. Previously they were appointed and could easily be removed by State Legilatures. The Democrat Part has been working tirelessly for well over a century to destroy the country as defined in the US Constitution. And the Republican Party, with a few exceptions, has behaved in a cowardly fashion to stand up vigorously to the ongoing disintegration.

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    • Yeppie, but the 17th Amendment only follows the rest of the unratified Amendments meant to decimate the outrageous American experiment. Research the imposition of the 14th, the 15th, the 16th and, as you've stated, the 17th.

      As far as the role the two parties have played, I think it safe to say that for some time now there has only been a single party, one with supposedly left and right factions, but all wearing the same uniforms on game day. It has been clearly recognizable, judging actions and not rhetoric, that at the upper echelons of either "party" they are pretty much functionally interchangeable. The thing that makes this blatantly obvious is the lack of direction change when the principles play musical chairs every 2, 4, and 6 years.

      When enough Americans come to this same conclusion, real change will come about. Otherwise we will continue to sink under the growing weight of tyranny.

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