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Lawmakers in 20 states move to reclaim sovereignty (Paging General Robert E. Lee)
wnd ^ | 2/6/09 | Jerome R. Corsi

Posted on 02/07/2009 3:24:06 AM PST by Evil Slayer

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To: Cap74
"A state like MD must tailor its legislation in areas like welfare and gun control specifically to racial and cultural realities".

Baloney, The Constitution must prevail. If you have a culture not suited to live by the law, change the culture, not The Constitution.

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To: junkman_106

Yep. And the union mentality in those cities is strong. Especially in Pittsburgh, Scranton and Johnstown. Philly is where Rendell is from. His thugs pretty much control that city.

My county includes the hometown of Jimmy Stewart. A strong conservative republican. We are still very conservative - even with a 15,000 student state university in our midst.

42 posted on 02/07/2009 4:45:02 AM PST by sneakers
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I agree - but which has changed in reality?

43 posted on 02/07/2009 4:47:04 AM PST by Cap74 (God is a Republican, Santa Claus is a Democrat -P.J. O'Rourke)
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To: Evil Slayer


44 posted on 02/07/2009 5:03:26 AM PST by RushIsMyTeddyBear (Obama dozed.....people froze.)
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To: wizwor

Man, Hew Hampshire has really gone to the dogs since I lived there 15 years ago.

Back then it was the Buchanites vs. the McCainiacs, with a bit of big-L libertarianism thrown in. The Rat party was nearly invisible except in the Mass. border town of Nashua which even then was showing a big illegal aliens problem.

It’s astonishing that the Massholes have taken charge in such a short period of time.

What happened?

45 posted on 02/07/2009 5:04:14 AM PST by angkor
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To: Evil Slayer

“Socialism Is Legal Plunder” / “Legal Plunder Has Many Names”

You would use the law to oppose socialism? But it is upon the law that socialism itself relies. Socialists desire to practice legal plunder, not illegal plunder. Socialists, like all other monopolists, desire to make the law their own weapon. And when once the law is on the side of socialism, how can it be used against socialism? For when plunder is abetted by the law, it does not fear your courts, your gendarmes, and your prisons. Rather, it may call upon them for help.

Thus we have an infinite number of plans for organizing it: tariffs, protection, benefits, subsidies, encouragements, progressive taxation, public schools, guaranteed jobs, guaranteed profits, minimum wages, a right to relief, a right to the tools of labor, free credit, and so on, and so on. All these plans as a whole — with their common aim of legal plunder — constitute socialism.

Thanks to FReeper raygun for the link.

What? The laboratories of socialism are finally waking up to the jack-booted thugs of socialism? Where the heck have they been?

Enabling it. Condoning it. Participating in it. That’s where.

46 posted on 02/07/2009 5:07:50 AM PST by PGalt
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To: Evil Slayer

None of this will mean anything once the “Stimulus” hand-outs start.

47 posted on 02/07/2009 5:14:13 AM PST by Roccus (I am a RINO...............I am a Conservative.)
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To: Obamageddon

Exactly! If the states was sovereignty, then why are they asking for bailout money?

I thought I heard that the aggregate state cry was about $150 billion.

Can’t have it both ways.

— Jane Reinheimer

48 posted on 02/07/2009 5:23:38 AM PST by quintr
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To: wombtotomb

great letter! thanks for sending it, especially on behalf of this other Floridian.

God Bless.


49 posted on 02/07/2009 5:32:22 AM PST by spacejunkie01
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To: angkor

Essentially, the Massholes invaded. They come to our communities to avoid the burden of Taxachusetts then immediately start clamoring for services. Worse, political operatives from the Commonwealth interfere with our elections. In cities, there are nearly as many Massachusetts plates as New Hampshire on election day. Their interference has now been elevated to fraud as Massholes attending our colleges and owning vacation property cross the border to vote (Massachusetts has long been a one party state). In my small town, 40% more people voted in the Presidential primary and election than the EVER vote in local elections. How can people be more interested in presidential politics than property taxes and schools? They do not pay the taxes and they do not attend the schools. Not sure we can get a url like this posted, but take a look at this article

50 posted on 02/07/2009 5:33:36 AM PST by wizwor (webmaster
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To: sneakers

And Maryland is NOT on the list. Color me NOT surprised. Maybe it’s time to move back.

51 posted on 02/07/2009 5:46:21 AM PST by GambrillsGuy
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To: GambrillsGuy

We need all the help we can get, Gam.

52 posted on 02/07/2009 5:47:37 AM PST by sneakers
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To: sneakers

So True. I lived in Bradford and Altoona. What sneakers is
saying is 100% correct. McPalin almost took PA. It was Philly that Fracked it up for them. Pa has a lot of Reagan democratics in the state.

53 posted on 02/07/2009 5:48:00 AM PST by Clyde5445
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To: wizwor

I actually lived for many years in Mass before abandoning it for New Hampshire.

But I was a *conservative* abandoning the liberal sinkhole, not one of the Massholes simply looking for a tax dodge.

At the time, NH better reflected my beliefs, and it was getting embarrassing to live in a state that elected scumbuckets like Kerry and Kennedy (both of whom I’d heard much about through the insider grapevine).

But I do know quite a few property owners from Mass - some friends, some acquaintance - and sorry to say most of them are latte decaf liberals from Newton, Wellesley, Sudbury, Boston, and (worst of all) Cambridge. It makes them “feel good” to see NH go Democrat and to adopt the mores of “social justice and equity”, just as the Chinese see Tibet becoming “less primitive and antiquated” under the repressive boot of the People’s Liberation Army.

Anyway, it’s sad to see NH go under.

54 posted on 02/07/2009 5:57:54 AM PST by angkor
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To: NoControllingLegalAuthority

From your mouth to God’s ears.

55 posted on 02/07/2009 7:01:48 AM PST by Sergio (If a tree fell on a mime in the forest, would he make a sound?)
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To: Evil Slayer

Who wants to bet that within the next two or three generations there won’t be a federal government anymore. People are really losing their patience with these clowns in Washington.

56 posted on 02/07/2009 9:19:45 AM PST by goldi
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To: Evil Slayer; Joe Brower
Paging Florida legislators!!!!

We need to do this, too: put Hussein and the feds on notice: You are NOT welcome to stick your craw into this state's rights.

57 posted on 02/07/2009 10:02:28 AM PST by Recovering_Democrat
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To: sneakers
“Don’t judge us all by them.”

Only if you don't judge all Floridians by Martinez and Bill Nelson. ;-)

58 posted on 02/07/2009 11:07:01 AM PST by Humal
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To: nnn0jeh; Cailleach; TR Jeffersonian

South rising again ping, but funny thing is it’s not just the South.

Obama says he is like Lincoln... maybe. lol

59 posted on 02/07/2009 11:24:04 AM PST by kalee (01/20/13 The end of an error.... Obama even worse than Carter.)
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To: esquirette

ping !

60 posted on 02/07/2009 11:55:13 AM PST by RightField (A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is a fine for doing well.)
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