Posted on | October 29, 2009 | 5 Comments
Submitted on 2009/10/29 at 9:31pm
Being a SF medic I always looked upon the Marines as while maybe not the sharpest tack in the box, as at least being courageous and dependable when the going got tough. With the examples of Murtha and now Carter their image is becoming tarnished somewhat beyond recognition – not that I still don’t belive in the majority of brothers that serve or have served as Marines. However, it would be nice to see former Marines stand up for their branch of the military and the Constitution and picket this pathetic cur’s office and home until he slinks off to live in DC with the rest of the two faced traitorous morally bankrupt gutter rats.
This is going to go to the streets as it always was destined to, but we owe Orly a great debt of thanks for fighting the good fight. Instead of a couple million marching on DC we need a couple million in each state, beginning at the county and city level kicking out the political traitors and parasites, then marching on to the state capitals, then on to DC to hold trials and make the changes necessary to restore a Constitutional Government and ensure it stays that way.
‘End The Fed’ should be viewed as not a rallying cry to eliminate the Federal Reserve, but the removal of law making powers from the Federal Government. Make it simply committees of reps from each state that recommend laws to the states but can’t pass laws. The federal judiciary would be limited to one office in DC to which such recommended bills would be sent for a Constitutional review before being sent on to the states to be put on state ballots to be voted on by the people. Every year a different state would host the sitting of the ‘federal’ government, with that state’s elected governor serving as the figure head President – his duties simply to welcome visiting dignitaries – with absolutely no law making or war making powers. Enough is enough.
btw: go watch JFK again and see if the big picture isn’t finally becoming startling clear to the most obtuse, and decide if Jim Garrison wasn’t a prophet and a patriot we should be erecting statues of along side ones for Orly.
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