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Philo Beddoe
06-28-2012, 08:24
SCOTUS has spoken.

jeanderson
06-28-2012, 08:44
Time to take up arms!!! :steamed:

FFR Spyder GT
06-28-2012, 09:36
Time to take up arms!!! :steamed:

In the words of Tallahassee "It's time to nut up or shut up!"

HexHead
06-28-2012, 09:41
I no longer feel as I can trust any of the three branches of government.

DOC44
06-28-2012, 09:43
I no longer feel as I can trust any of the three branches of government.

Time to close ranks, take inventory and make the results of the 2012 election one to be remembered.

Doc44

Berto
06-28-2012, 09:45
Time to close ranks, take inventory and make the results of the 2012 election one to be remembered.

Doc44

Truth. The people need to send a clear message in 2012.

JBnTX
06-28-2012, 09:49
I no longer feel as I can trust any of the three branches of government.


Three branches of government?:rofl:

The government family tree has no branches.
That's the result of 50 years of socialist inbreeding.

barbedwiresmile
06-28-2012, 09:54
Don't fret. Romney will fix this.

JBnTX
06-28-2012, 09:55
Don't fret. Romney will fix this.


You can't fix stupid.

marchboom
06-28-2012, 10:15
Time to take up arms!!! :steamed:

And to acquire arms and ammo before it is outlawed by the corrupt obama crime syndicate and upheld by today's SCOTUS decision.

Thanks a lot roberts...you traitor.

GNut76
06-28-2012, 10:24
Even though this mandate will not affect me right now because I've been unemployed since 2009 and have no income right now I really hate what is happening to this country. God help us all.

Deployment Solu
06-28-2012, 10:27
Hear!!! Hear!! This is a winning post!!


I don't know what you win, but truer words were NEVER spoken!!!!!

Three branches of government?:rofl:

The government family tree has no branches.
That's the result of 50 years of socialist inbreeding.

jeanderson
06-28-2012, 10:27
And to acquire arms and ammo before it is outlawed by the corrupt obama crime syndicate and upheld by today's SCOTUS decision...

Good point. Luckily, the gun store is right there on my ride home tonight. :upeyes:

Cavalry Doc
06-28-2012, 10:33
It's time to take up your car keys. Load up as many right minded folks you can, and carpool to the voting booth in november.

Gunnut 45/454
06-28-2012, 11:04
Yep Nov is the last chance we have to reverse course of our country. So all you fense sitters get off the fense and decide! That includes you RPualians! Vote for Freedom or vote for the Socialist take over. And if your still thinking of supporting Obamamoa remember all the backdoor gun grabbing rules in the Obamacare- IE how they can raise your Premimum if you own guns- higher risk. The out right tax on the Middle class. How businesses will drop you so then you have to go out and buy your own insurance- cause if you don't you will be fined atleast $95-389 depending on your income in 2014! By 2016 it will be on average $700 per INDIVIDUAL! Don't pay the fine then the IRS thugs will be at your door guns in hand -remember they got out a bought a whole bunch of guns last year- now you know why:steamed:

Dbltapglock
06-28-2012, 11:29
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The Machinist
06-28-2012, 11:49
Yep Nov is the last chance we have to reverse course of our country. So all you fense sitters get off the fense and decide! That includes you RPualians!
Are you for real? Stop fooling yourself. Romney will no more put an end to Obamacare than Obama would. We've been had. All of us. No greasy-haired New England liberal is going to undo this mess.

Big Mad Dawg
06-28-2012, 14:48
It is time to throw obama care in to Boston harbor

mj9mm
06-28-2012, 14:58
i smell a Tea Party brewing.

it's time again for REAL Americans to gather together.

2010 will look like a childs game compared to what we should accomplish this next election, and the timing couldn't be better!

LASTRESORT20
06-28-2012, 15:05
Are you for real? Stop fooling yourself. Romney will no more put an end to Obamacare than Obama would. We've been had. All of us. No greasy-haired New England liberal is going to undo this mess.


:whistling:Get real....unless you want to be a servant....wake up!

No time for sensitive emotions....Vote out berry...

QNman
06-28-2012, 15:13
Time to revolt at the ballot box. And remember that whether you vote for Romney or not, November is NOT just about the POTUS. Vote for a conservative everywhere one exists.

Ruble Noon
06-28-2012, 15:23
Are you for real? Stop fooling yourself. Romney will no more put an end to Obamacare than Obama would. We've been had. All of us. No greasy-haired New England liberal is going to undo this mess.

True. Romney and his waivers or promises to repeal are cow pies in the sky. First we hoped for congress to defund it, which they had the power to do, then we put our hopes in SCROTUS and got bent over. Further hope in government to fix what government has effed up is insane.

kirgi08
06-28-2012, 16:38
:burn:

jhoagland
06-28-2012, 17:08
It's time to take up your car keys. Load up as many right minded folks you can, and carpool to the voting booth in november.

Good posting!!!!

Philo Beddoe
06-28-2012, 17:19
Are you for real? Stop fooling yourself. Romney will no more put an end to Obamacare than Obama would. We've been had. All of us. No greasy-haired New England liberal is going to undo this mess.

Please stay home in November; you're not ready to vote.

madbaumer
06-28-2012, 17:22
Alright folks, listen up. Finish licking the wound we received today, stop whining and get to work on changing the political face of America.

Flood all your Reps with Phone Calls, e-mails and Snail Mail. Elections have Consequences, make this one count as the survival of the Republic depends on it.

Beginning in 2007, the Tea Party began to direct us down a road to changing the political face of this country with not much success. In 2010 we saw the effort make a difference. We need to enlarge the number and scope of change again in 2012.

In 2008 we hit a roadblock at the Election Box. In 2010 we had a small victory at the Election Box because many of us got on the Soap Box and had our voices heard.

Today we lost at the Jury Box. In spite of that loss, we need to get back on the Soap Box and make a difference at the Election Box.

There is only 1 Box left to effect change. 150 years we as a Nation chose that Box. Lets all of us work to prevent the use of that Box ever again, I know I will.

Will you?

The Machinist
06-28-2012, 17:26
Please stay home in November; you're not ready to vote.
Let me guess. You're going to vote for the man who invented Obamacare and then forced it down the throats of his state's citizens. You have no room to talk.

Ruble Noon
06-28-2012, 17:51
Alright folks, listen up. Finish licking the wound we received today, stop whining and get to work on changing the political face of America.

Flood all your Reps with Phone Calls, e-mails and Snail Mail. Elections have Consequences, make this one count as the survival of the Republic depends on it.

Beginning in 2007, the Tea Party began to direct us down a road to changing the political face of this country with not much success. In 2010 we saw the effort make a difference. We need to enlarge the number and scope of change again in 2012.

In 2008 we hit a roadblock at the Election Box. In 2010 we had a small victory at the Election Box because many of us got on the Soap Box and had our voices heard.

Today we lost at the Jury Box. In spite of that loss, we need to get back on the Soap Box and make a difference at the Election Box.

There is only 1 Box left to effect change. 150 years we as a Nation chose that Box. Lets all of us work to prevent the use of that Box ever again, I know I will.

Will you?

In response to the Supreme Court’s decision to essentially uphold Obamacare, Heritage Action for America released the following statement from CEO Michael A. Needham:
“America’s system of checks and balances ensures the Supreme Court’s misguided decision will not be the final word on President Obama’s government takeover of the healthcare system. Although the Court failed to provide a much-needed check on federal power, we have every bit of confidence the American people and their elected representatives will.
“Indeed, since the debate began in August 2009, Americans have vocally opposed President Obama’s approach to health care, which remains unaffordable and irresponsible. As such, Congress must repeal the law in its entirety.”

Philo Beddoe
06-28-2012, 18:05
Let me guess. You're going to vote for the man who invented Obamacare and then forced it down the throats of his state's citizens. You have no room to talk.

Go look up the word pragmatism. Your kids are counting on you to realize that Romney would be terrible, but Obama would be a disaster.

I choose terrible.

Ruble Noon
06-28-2012, 18:08
Go look up the word pragmatism. Your kids are counting on you to realize that Romney would be terrible, but Obama would be a disaster.

I choose terrible.

Terrible and disaster are tentacles of the same beast.

Philo Beddoe
06-28-2012, 18:15
Terrible and disaster are tentacles of the same beast.

One important tenant of any battle is to accept that you may suffer wounds, and that the highest priority-even above winning-is surviving to continue the fight.

We can survive terrible...

porschedog
06-28-2012, 18:20
Those who think electing Romney will have no benefit need to consider what will happen if obummer can appoint more kayaks to the supreme court
The fact at she did not recuse herself over this issue is unbelievable
We have to elect Romney or else......

Ruble Noon
06-28-2012, 18:22
Those who think electing Romney will have no benefit need to consider what will happen if obummer can appoint more kayaks to the supreme court
The fact at she did not recuse herself over this issue is unbelievable
We have to elect Romney or else......

At this point I really don't think that is an issue.

jlavallee
06-28-2012, 18:26
Voting for pricks like mittens is how this all happens. Wa, wa, wa. Cry and moan but the people on the ignorant right who believe they are entitled to push their social values on others are just as guilty as those on the left.

Mittens and anyone who supports him or Santorum or Gingrich is just as bad as Obama and too ignorant to see it. If we followed the Constitution then we could all have our own views and they'd be protected from an ignorant mob. All you have to do is mind your own business and be tolerant of others. I don't give a damn who you elect, they ought to obey their oath. Sadly, many of us bought into the "lesser of two evils" BS at some point and we're to blame too.

Go ahead, vote mittens. America had the final nail in the coffin today anyway. You can't fix stupid and those who still vote for the lesser evil are beyond hope.

Gunnut 45/454
06-28-2012, 19:38
jlavallee
Well I guess your an Obamamoa supporter! Your Boy lost- can never get into the Oval office grow up! Gary Johnson isn't going to get 2% of the vote - another dead horse! And every vote he does get will be actually helping the Usurper stay in power -Another lossing propostition for you Liberterians!:rofl:

QNman
06-28-2012, 19:39
Let me guess. You're going to vote for the man who invented Obamacare and then forced it down the throats of his state's citizens. You have no room to talk.

I'm voting for John Brunner in November. How about you?

There are more races to decide this December than just the POTUS. Let's move on from where we disagree and find our common ground, or we are all sunk.

ETA: Polling indicates it'll actually be Sarah Steelman. I can live with that.

The Machinist
06-28-2012, 19:45
I'm voting for John Brunner in November. How about you?

There are more races to decide this December than just the POTUS. Let's move on from where we disagree and find our common ground, or we are all sunk.
I cannot, in good conscience, vote for anyone not reverent of liberty in all aspects of life. Sometimes it means I don't vote at all, though I am voting this November.

As to your last sentence, I believe we're already sunk. In my heart of hearts, I believe we're all bearing witness to the last days of America as we know it. Maybe I'm just too cynical for my own good, but I don't see the silver linings like a lot of you seem to.

QNman
06-28-2012, 19:47
I cannot, in good conscience, vote for anyone not reverent of liberty in all aspects of life. Sometimes it means I don't vote at all, though I am voting this November.

As to your last sentence, I believe we're already sunk. In my heart of hearts, I believe we're all bearing witness to the last days of America as we know it. Maybe I'm just too cynical for my own good, but I don't see the silver linings like a lot of you seem to.

You and I agree in our outlook... mostly. While I believe our chances are slim, I will not go quietly into the night. I will fight by whatever means are most non-violent until my last breath. Liberty is worth it. I may lose, but will not lose by giving up.

It ain't over until it's over.

Kasinefect
06-28-2012, 19:52
Go look up the word pragmatism. Your kids are counting on you to realize that Romney would be terrible, but Obama would be a disaster.

I choose terrible.

Once again I am forced to hold my nose when I vote on Election Day. I will vote for Romney,(and the idea makes me ill but I will do it.) The Ronbots and the 3rd party supporters may cause us to lose this election between Bad and Worse to Worse AKA Obama. Remember Ross Perot anyone?

GAFinch
06-28-2012, 19:55
i smell a Tea Party brewing.

it's time again for REAL Americans to gather together.

2010 will look like a childs game compared to what we should accomplish this next election, and the timing couldn't be better!

They'll have the Catholic Church and its members joining the fight this time.

GAFinch
06-28-2012, 19:58
I cannot, in good conscience, vote for anyone not reverent of liberty in all aspects of life. Sometimes it means I don't vote at all, though I am voting this November.

As to your last sentence, I believe we're already sunk. In my heart of hearts, I believe we're all bearing witness to the last days of America as we know it. Maybe I'm just too cynical for my own good, but I don't see the silver linings like a lot of you seem to.

There are millions of conservatives on the verge of exploding or imploding if things aren't changed in November, but saying that Romney is the same as the Constitution-shredding Dear Leader is ludicrous.

Ruble Noon
06-28-2012, 20:05
Once again I am forced to hold my nose when I vote on Election Day. I will vote for Romney,(and the idea makes me ill but I will do it.) The Ronbots and the 3rd party supporters may cause us to lose this election between Bad and Worse to Worse AKA Obama. Remember Ross Perot anyone?

Sure do. If more people would have voted for him we might not be in this mess. Sadly the same thing will be true with Paul.

certifiedfunds
06-28-2012, 20:09
It's time to take up your car keys. Load up as many right minded folks you can, and carpool to the voting booth in november.

To vote for who?

certifiedfunds
06-28-2012, 20:10
There are millions of conservatives on the verge of exploding or imploding if things aren't changed in November, but saying that Romney is the same as the Constitution-shredding Dear Leader is ludicrous.

He isn't the same, but when it comes to the net effect, what do you honestly think will be different.

The Republicans demonstrated today that it won't ensure good SCOTUS picks, so what else ya got?

jlavallee
06-28-2012, 20:20
jlavallee
Well I guess your an Obamamoa supporter! Your Boy lost- can never get into the Oval office grow up! Gary Johnson isn't going to get 2% of the vote - another dead horse! And every vote he does get will be actually helping the Usurper stay in power -Another lossing propostition for you Liberterians!:rofl:

No, every vote against the GOP shill and Obama is probably a vote for liberty and the America that the Constitution is supposed to protect. It's people who are too ignorant to look past their personal issues and respect the liberty of others (like you) who are destroying the nation.

Because you're too thick to accept that others might not have your values and you tried to force your right wing BS by voting as a majority to take their liberty, you and folks like you, encourage the left to push their majority to infringe on the rights of others and force their values.

You can whine but all you're really *****ing about is that you got caught in the minority and, you're too simple to wise up and realize that tolerance for others is different from encouragement. That you can't see it, and still won't protect liberty now that you're in the minority is mind boggling. That you can only see "becoming the majority" somehow and keeping the cycle going as an answer is something even Forest Gump could muster the logic to refute.

HexHead
06-28-2012, 20:21
Today we lost at the Jury Box. In spite of that loss, we need to get back on the Soap Box and make a difference at the Election Box.

There is only 1 Box left to effect change. 150 years we as a Nation chose that Box. Lets all of us work to prevent the use of that Box ever again, I know I will.

Will you?

We're well past the point where this country's problems can be fixed at the ballot box. Secession is the only answer now. We're past the point where we need to split into two countries. I'm sick and effin tired of people in blue states having any input whatsoever on how I live my life. Our values are as different as apples and chimpanzees.

mj9mm
06-28-2012, 20:48
Let me guess. You're going to vote for the man who invented Obamacare and then forced it down the throats of his state's citizens. You have no room to talk.
Close your closet door and plug your ears, or get off your butt and get to work with those of us who want to take our country back. the details behind Romneycare have been explained over and over, you had a moderate Republican in a liberal state who did his best to work with the liberal citizens of his state. it was their state and they made decisions that affected only their state, since then they have learned lessons and made changes, but the real important thing to understand is that it was a states decision that was not meant to interfere with other states. Romney understands that and has stated so.

mj9mm
06-28-2012, 20:50
... I'm sick and effin tired of people in blue states having any input whatsoever on how I live my life. Our values are as different as apples and chimpanzees.

:embarassed: I like that.:wavey:

GAFinch
06-28-2012, 20:57
We're well past the point where this country's problems can be fixed at the ballot box. Secession is the only answer now. We're past the point where we need to split into two countries. I'm sick and effin tired of people in blue states having any input whatsoever on how I live my life. Our values are as different as apples and chimpanzees.

If the Dear Leader is re-elected, I really do think serious talk of secession will pop in many red states. While it would be economically disastrous, the likelihood of a double dip recession or a depression is very high if he's re-elected anyway.

The Machinist
06-28-2012, 21:03
Close your closet door and plug your ears, or get off your butt and get to work with those of us who want to take our country back.
I'm sorry, but voting for the man who actually invented Obamacare doesn't constitute "working to take our country back." What happened to standing up for your convictions and principles? It's been all but lost by today's conservatives. Every time good compromises with evil, only the evil wins, and thus we have the perpetual slide into socialism and tyranny, with the Republican lapdogs every bit to blame for it as their witless Democrat counterparts.

Making bargains with soulless politicians never got us anywhere, but deeper in this hole. Well I'm not going to be a part of that. I won't sell my children into debt slavery, and I refuse to sanction these bastards by participating in their shell game.

As today so clearly and undeniably proved, the GOP is not on my side, and they certainly aren't on your side. They never have been, and they never will be. These cretins only have as much power as we surrender to them, and if more Americans would find their balls and start using them, we'd have this filth voted out forever.

Alas, that's not the country we live in. The shiftless moochers who suckle on Uncle Sam's tit outnumber us. It's just math. The game's over.

marchboom
06-29-2012, 09:28
I'm sorry, but voting for the man who actually invented Obamacare doesn't constitute "working to take our country back." What happened to standing up for your convictions and principles? It's been all but lost by today's conservatives. Every time good compromises with evil, only the evil wins, and thus we have the perpetual slide into socialism and tyranny, with the Republican lapdogs every bit to blame for it as their witless Democrat counterparts.

Making bargains with soulless politicians never got us anywhere, but deeper in this hole. Well I'm not going to be a part of that. I won't sell my children into debt slavery, and I refuse to sanction these bastards by participating in their shell game.

As today so clearly and undeniably proved, the GOP is not on my side, and they certainly aren't on your side. They never have been, and they never will be. These cretins only have as much power as we surrender to them, and if more Americans would find their balls and start using them, we'd have this filth voted out forever.

Alas, that's not the country we live in. The shiftless moochers who suckle on Uncle Sam's tit outnumber us. It's just math. The game's over.

This may be true but what do we do now? Just surrender to the fact that liberals are getting their way? I'm open for suggestions. But now is not the time to quit.

beforeobamabans
06-29-2012, 10:03
I the likelihood of a double dip recession or a depression is very high if he's re-elected anyway.
There will be a recession/depression regardless who is elected in November. Neither will stop the debt/ponzi scheme of the fed, Europe will be completely under water by then, and you'll still have 10,000 productive baby boomers per day leaving the work force and putting their hands out.

Work hard, children.

Cavalry Doc
06-29-2012, 10:05
To vote for who?

For whoever you want to of course. I'd be happy if GTPI was an accurate representation if how most Americans thought. Sadly, that's not the case. So the more here that participate, the better.