This government is an evil regime that daily demonstrates that it needs to be dragged by its heels and tossed into the Potomac.
The same disease has spread to the state legislatures who deserve to be toppled as well with a few exceptions.
posted on 12/29/2010 5:40:18 AM PST
From the article
[QUOTE]The pilot is Chris Liu, a 50-year-old who was deputized by the TSA to carry a gun in the cockpit and is a helicopter test pilot in the Army Reserve who has flown missions for the United Nations overseas.[/QUOTE]
I wonder if Mr. Liu would like to share some details about the un flights?
posted on 12/29/2010 6:01:15 AM PST
Let’s see what happens here in Wisconsin with a Republican governor, and Republican control of the house and Senate, as well as replacing Russ Fiengold with a Republican senator, Ron Johnson. Walker has already said that he will cancel the “half-fast” train (say that fast) and is going to do something about the government unions in Wisconsin. Nice morning’s work, huh? His inauguration is today!
I think I see a black SUV with tinted windows pulling into your driveway.
posted on 12/29/2010 6:17:41 AM PST
People used to rely on voting, in the hope that it would make the country better. But it didn't.
People ranted and raved on the internet, in the hope that it would make the country better. But it didn't.
People showed up at public demonstrations called Tea Parties, in the hope that it would make the country better. But it didn't.
People exposed the truth about government, through wikileaks and youtube, in the hope that it would make the country better. But it didn't.
What's left? Armed rebellion. Nothing else seems to be working.
Both demonstrate how an unaccountable government reacts to opposition.
An "unaccountable government" is nothing less than a tyranny.
America's government is an unaccountable government.
posted on 12/29/2010 10:39:46 AM PST
by Clint Williams
(America -- a great idea, didn't last. The only reasonable response to jihad is Crusade.)
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