Angry Americans

Discussion in 'The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr' started by 22WRF, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. 22WRF

    22WRF Well-Known Member

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  2. cjh7819

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    DUH what was their first clue that people are angry. It dosen't take a poll or a genius to figure it out.
    Throw the liberal facisits out on their buts, try them for treason and send them to some other already screwed up place like Europe where that is a way of life. They would be happy and so would we. There should be a prerequisite for running for office and for judges. You must know and fully understand the constitution in the original intent. If you do not, you may not run or be appointed to any position in the government or Judicial system. It's not hard to understand original intent. Go back and read it. It says what it means. Read the Bill of Rights. Read the documents of the men who wrote the constitution. Don't add things or twist them into meaning something else.
    I have read it and I understand it. I only had a year and a half at a community college. Why is it so hard for people that have had more "education" than I've had to understand what this nation was founded upon.
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    You know the "fair and impartial" MSM and the feds will say that all those who are angry at the gov't are justracists:rolleyes:
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    It's interesting as the polls are getting worse steadily. That is obviously why Obama is on his media blitz and it doesn't look like it's helping. It certainly looks better for 2010.
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    This moron thought that he could say spread the wealth and we would be ok with it. That is how out of touch he is with working people. Remember he never worked a day in his life.
  6. armedandsafe

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    Can you say "Projection," boys and girls?

    Republicans and Independents are not concerned, because they are not, generally, violent by culture, training or upbringing. Democrats are concerned, because of the history of a large block of their party.

    If that doesn't get me on a list, nothing will.

    Pops
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    "Tried for treason" and here I actually thought I was the only crazy on this forum. As crazy as that may sound to some treason is exactly one of the major crimes several of those bastards in congress have committed. They have monkeyed for special interest and lined their own pockets putting us beyond bankruptcy. I wrote something about treason a few weeks ago and if you are interested I think you can go to search and just type in treason.

    Ron
  8. pickenup

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    I (and others) have been "angry" for quite some time.
    Some are JUST NOW waking up.
    Will it be enough........and in time???
  9. Wild Hair

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    Hi everyone, Just got started with this forum and whats the first thread I see
    ANGRY AMERICANS. LoL, How natural in todays world. I never thought I would ever see a day when I would ever have to worry about my right to bear arms. I have talked to several people that have started selling their regesterd firearms and replacing them with unregisterd and hard to trace to them firearms, cant say as I blame them. I think the time is vast aproching when the only wepons we will have are the ones they can't trace back to us. Seems like a lot of americans have forgoten how their freedom was attained. It sure as hell wasn't given to them, But I bet they will remember what to do to keep it If it comes down to it. They tell me that our military will probably be the first to take up arms against a freedom taking goverment (ours) what do you think

    I will tell you this,They will get my freedom and my guns bullet first.

    But for now we can plan for that day and hope and pray our next president is a real american , with the values, that americans have given their lives for to protect for all these years.

    By the way has anyone seen that A$$ H0!@$ birth certificate yet????????
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    Welcome to the forum Wild Hair. Looks like you'll fit right in.
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    He doesn't need a birth certificate, he was conceived by the Midi-Chlorians:eek::D:D The Force is strong with that one:D:D

    Or if you prefer, he was an immaculate conception and he is our new messiah:p

    I'm still waiting to see a real birth certificate from the douchebag, too. But I don't think we ever will:rolleyes:

    And welcome to the forum:D
  12. Wild Hair

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    Thanks

    Looks like a good place to get in some good reading on various wepons, and maby some reloading tips as soon as I get another press. Like an idiot I let an ol boy talk me out of mine. Still have plenty of 40 S&W, 3006 and 7.62x39 but damned If I can find any 22 LR. Not one box to be found in town, can you believe it.
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    The U.S. Constitution is a Contract between the Government and the Citizens of this country. The U.S. Congress is made up of more than 80% Lawyers. The main business of Lawyers is to find a way to break a Contract. Is it any wonder that they are trying to dismantle every part of it that protects the Citizens? Welcome aboard Wild Hair.
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    The U.S. Congress is made up of more than 80% Lawyers.:eek::mad::eek:

    Goodness Gracious, that is scary!:eek:

    Welcome Wild Hair, you fit right in.:)


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    I'd like to throw out the treasonous Neo-cons out too, the RINOs (Republicans in Name Only). They too deserve to be ousted and tried. Let's not forget that much of the groundwork was laid under the BUSH administration, for the loss of freedoms we are currently experiencing - and those yet to come. HE started the spending, HE led us into an unnecessary war, HE brought us the Patriot Act (which doesn't protect us), HE wouldn't close down the frickin' borders, HE started with the Stimulus spending bullcrap, HE started bailing out the banks and private companies. And the republicrats joined right in.

    The crises will increase, as will the loss of our freedoms. :mad:
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    What will it take to wake up the sleeping giant?

    Welcome aboard Wild Hair.
  17. Bobitis

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    Graehaven. Do a little research and you'll find that the fall of the banking industry was due to democrat involvement. Bush tried to step in and stop the madness of 'loans for everyone' but was rebuked.
    Yes, 9/11 happened on his watch. You can't deny that our country hasn't been safe since then.
    Yes, he instituted some very questionable policies as far as the constitution is concered. Yes, he sucks for that. Spending? No arguement there.:( Same with border control.:(

    You must admit that Bush has NOTHING on Obomba in any scenario.
    They both suck. Obomba has trippled our budget, lied through his teeth, appointed numerous criminals to his staff, ignored all his promises, bla, bla, bla......

    Under Bush, I felt safe.
    Under Obomba, I feel threatened on a daily basis.

    Bush frightened me.
    Obomba scares the living CRAP outa me. EVERY DAY!:eek:
    EVERY time he opens his mouth, I fear more for our country and its citizens.

    Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.
    Obomba is proving that old adage horribly wrong.
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    [QUOTE ] The U.S. Congress is made up of more than 80% Lawyers.:eek::mad::eek:

    Damn !!!!!!!!!!!!!! wonder what their commision is on our freedom:eek:
    I wonder if they are smart enough to see that its also afects them
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    I've been doing research for the last 4 years. Bush IS the other side of the coin. That's the snow-job they've been successful in creating. There is only ONE party in this country - the one they control (both sides). The Repub/Democrat thing is a smoke screen. They get us arguing politics instead of reality.

    The country is NOT safer. LOL. It's no safer than it was on 9/10. The new invasive government oversight and removal of our rights does NOT equal safety. Look at history. EVERY time, rights of people are removed in the interest of "protecting" them, instead of dealing with the problem. [And no, I still don't buy the premise that 19 towel-headed 'tards pulled that off without help.]

    The reality is, we are watching the demise of the greatest nation on earth. And there is nothing now to stop it. :(
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    First of all, This is my first day as a member and I came here on accident. Wanna say, Hey.

    Second, I wanna know how you guys pull someone else's text into those neat little quote boxes inside the body of your response.

    Third, I agree with graehaven. Obama put 22 Wall Street Bankers in the white house. And Bush tried to appoint Henry Kissenger to be chairman of the 9/11 commission. Henry Kissenger was Obama's first Boss. Some say Obama has been groomed by Kissenger and Co. since he graduated from college. We can argue all day about Ford and Chevy, but the bottom line is the same. A car is only as good as it is maintained. And I would purport that our Government is the same. We, in our Constitution have the tools needed to work on this car. And if the job is a stubborn one and it has you cussin' then every mechanic reaches for his back up tool.... the BFH. We got one of them for the government car too.... the 2nd amendment. Like mechanics, we had better take care of our tools, I think we are gonna need them. Honestly, as sad as it sounds, I was scared of terrorism for awhile, but that day is gone. This deal in DC is calculated and clever. I am keeping my eye on them, and leaving the terrorists to the Army to deal with.

    The Voice of Reason sayeth:

    It don't look good.

    I love this forum already hope I will be welcomed.

    TVOR

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