Skip to comments.GLENN BECK TV THREAD! (28 April 2010)
Posted on 04/28/2010 1:30:13 PM PDT by combat_boots
Welcome to the GLENN BECK television thread...Stand. Never give up. Never give in. We are another day closer to the 2010 elections. All Beckerheads, infidels, sick twisted freaks, ilks and lurkers are welcome and are encouraged to participate in the thread.
Some republicans holding us down while the democrats rape us.
PR resolution is....
...a vote about freedom
...gives PR folks a right to vote on whether they want to be a state or not.
There’s always a ‘trick’ to democratic elections. Health care was ‘debated’.
Progressive campaign all lined up, paid for & ready to roll once the resolution is passed.
Do when know which “republicans” are cosponsoring?
1) Do you want to maintain the same status (quo) of Puerto Rico? (Or, how about of the US?) This question differs from “do you want to be a state?”
What about those who want to be a state, to be independent, or to maintain as they are? Do they want to pay federal income taxes?
2) Second vote (3 choices) Statehood. Full independence. Modified commonwealth (last 2 choices traditionally have received less than 3% of PR vote).
“The Commercial Appeal: ‘Tennessee Plan’ Paved Way For State”
Elected delegates for COngress
Voted on Statehood
Drafted a State constitution
Applied for statehood
Went to Capitol & demanded to be seated
Congressmen who vote for this are “sheep being led to slaughter.”
Progressives will present a false choice to people.
This is what I can find:
Pedro Pierluisi D-PR
New Progressive Party 2008
“Adopts the Tennessee Plan as and additional strategy for de-colonization...for the admission of PR as the 51st state of the USA and this shall establish a process for the adoption and ratification of the consitution of the state of Puerto Rico and the election of two senators and six federal congresspersons....to claim their seats......”
Puerto Rico has already voted. But, if you stand against this, you will be labeled a racist.
Gee I wounder if he will have Whorealdo on today?
I remember back when Carter was prez the Dems tried this, and for a few months there was lots of talk in the lamestream media about whether PR would become the 51st state. The reason for it then was the same...the Marxists wanted two more Senators.
New Progressive party in PR was founded specifically for statehood & social justive (in their platform).
ugh! soooo busy at work this week I’m pullling out my hair! No Beck-time for me! Hell, I haven’t had lunch and it’s almost 5pm.
Thanks for posting Boots... always appreciated.
I’m digging and suspect I’ll find connections to the SEIU and probably worse.
Democrats plan on 1 party rule for the next 100 years:
1. Democrats want 12 Mn illegals (4 million votes?)
2. DC legislation (Only 1 extra vote in the House?)
3. Convited felons (4 Mn extra votes)
4. PR (4 million)
Makeup of House & Senate will be changed.
This is about....
Dilute the vote & the value of citizenship. Use ‘democratic’ elections. Social justice & redistribution of wealth.
David Barton up next:
I am against PR becoming a slave to the US. They’ve been getting some funding as of late. Just recently picked up money from US for development of Internet capabilities http://www.caribbeannetnews.com/news-22888—21-21—.html
Glenn has the only serious, informative program on television today, and his show needs to be aired in prime time.
Statehooders also believe that, while we are part of the U.S. economy and not able to vote for the President, and our lack of representation in congress, we are at a great disadvantage in obtaining our fair share of federal programs and funds. Under statehood, Puerto Rico would be entitled to two (2) Senators and six (6) Representatives.
Statehood will complete the full rights and benefits package of American Citizenship, now missing as an American Citizen from in Puerto Rico.
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