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To: smokingfrog

Hugo Chavez would be proud.

Communism is upon us. This is an unabashed and unconstitutional power grab by the feds.

In the not too distant past this would be enough of a cause for either secession or the start of a revolt.

Will Americans take this lying down, or actually come to their senses and put an end to this unconstitutional nonsense?


2 posted on 05/25/2010 10:33:05 PM PDT by Pox
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To: Pox
Will Americans take this lying down, or actually come to their senses and put an end to this unconstitutional nonsense?

Sadly Americans voted this Marxist regime into power. Fifty years of government school and media indoctrination plus degradation of traditional cultural norms through "popular culture" has done their destructive work. The socialist boa constrictor is tightening its coils for the kill.

11 posted on 05/25/2010 10:45:39 PM PDT by Bernard Marx (I don’t trust the reasoning of anyone who writes then when they mean than.)
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To: Pox

One side is determined to direct us and our economy centrally. They view their movement as a revolutionary movement. They are lead by a man with an extensive muslim and socialist background from a Communist party family.

The other side is composed of Americans who wish to be left alone to follow the orginal American constitution and belief in personal liberty .

One side must give up their belief, or it can only end in violence. Most likely they will try to use force to enforce a future outrage, and will encounter violent resistance.


53 posted on 05/26/2010 10:50:42 AM PDT by DesertRhino (I was standing with a rifle, waiting for soviet paratroopers, but communists just ran for office)
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