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THE SAVAGE NATION!!!!!! 8-21-12
www.michaelsavage.wnd.com ^ | 8-21-12 | Dr. Michael Savage

Posted on 08/21/2012 3:01:03 PM PDT by dynachrome

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SAVAGE!
1 posted on 08/21/2012 3:01:08 PM PDT by dynachrome
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To: 09Patriot; abigail2; Avoiding_Sulla; BellStar; b4its2late; BootsOfEscaping; Brad's Gramma; ...

live we are. The anti-pravda show!


2 posted on 08/21/2012 3:10:19 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: dynachrome

Savage's website

Lots of LINKS to listen to the Savage radio show here!!! - updated 19-Jun-2012

KDWN - Vegas - 000's favorite city!!!

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Call the show at 1-800-449-8255

3 posted on 08/21/2012 3:12:25 PM PDT by fishtank (The denial of original sin is the root of liberalism.)
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To: dynachrome

Or alternately, the No Akin Zone.


4 posted on 08/21/2012 3:12:34 PM PDT by QuestingElf
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To: QuestingElf

He is right in that Akin is a distraction that the marx-o-crats have seized upon.


5 posted on 08/21/2012 3:15:15 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: dynachrome

Good intro.


6 posted on 08/21/2012 3:15:56 PM PDT by SpaceBar
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To: dynachrome
The bonus march.. even less know about FDR'S The Great Sedition Trial of 1944. I think that the next step in the suppression will be that before the hollow points.

The travesty targeted minor players among critics of the FDR government. Powerful ones like Senator Taft were left for later after getting the little people. Fortunately the judges back then stopped the travesty. There ain't many of them nowadays.

We haven't reached the point where conservatives are charged en masse but there is precedent -- and yes it was a Democrat president. Yes it was W.W.II but those charged were long-time, pre-war FDR critics and critics of the U.S.S.R. The U.S.S.R. was a combat ally against the Nazis thus the sedition charge for criticizing the U.S.S.R. To try to insure conviction and stir up public opinion against the accused, the FDR DOJ included known Nazi sympathizers, totally unrelated to the FDR critics, in the group charged.

Here's just one account

.. stirring up the public against citizens accused of opposing Obama -- The Demobrat MSM are experts in that.

7 posted on 08/21/2012 3:27:15 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: WilliamofCarmichael

Wilson put people in jail for disagreeing with him


8 posted on 08/21/2012 3:31:10 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: dynachrome
I think that the last time we talked about the Bonus March it was made known (on the thread) that George Patton was one of the officers -- and he knew that one of the marchers being fired at was a man who had saved his (Patton's) life in the War.

Do you recall anything like that?

9 posted on 08/21/2012 3:31:31 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: SpaceBar

Good 1st hour so far.


10 posted on 08/21/2012 3:32:03 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: dynachrome
RE: "Wilson put people in jail for disagreeing with him"

Yes there are precedents -- all from the Dems while Nixon, Reagan, Bush, and Bush are maligned as suppressing rights.

Well.. let Obama start it. Let's get it over with.

BTW.. anyone thinking about Kent State vis-a-vis government suppression.. got proof?

11 posted on 08/21/2012 3:38:12 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: All

My biggest worry vis-a-vis government employees and war on the citizens.. caller: “They can’t afford to lose their jobs.” or as I have heard it: “It all counts toward 30.”


12 posted on 08/21/2012 3:43:49 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: WilliamofCarmichael

“Patton was one of the officers’

I do recall that thread. Can’t remember the site I found about it.


13 posted on 08/21/2012 4:09:21 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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Speaking of jumping off a bridge (the Golden Gate Bridge this time).. I don't care what all the KGO/KSFO liberals and conservatives say.. I do not believe that Duane Garrett committed suicide. 20 years ago? He was a staunch Democrat but a real Democrat and he was one of my favorites.

The day of his "suicide" he had cancelled a meeting with his lawyer to meet with some people from back east.. it's been years since I researched this so I do not remember a whole lot of what -- at least what I thought I learned. Contrary to some Lefties' postings on the 'Net I do not believe Michael Savage (or as they are wont to say Michael Weiner) could have killed him.

14 posted on 08/21/2012 4:10:06 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: QuestingElf; SpaceBar

Russian sub story. Seems to have disappeared from the presstitutes radar.


15 posted on 08/21/2012 4:18:53 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: dynachrome

Severe weather warning for las vegas area


16 posted on 08/21/2012 4:23:46 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: dynachrome
Under Las Vegas: Tunnels Stretch for Miles

That's bad news for those living under the strip.

Though they have already experienced a lot of rain.. very unusual.

17 posted on 08/21/2012 4:39:50 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: dynachrome
I haven't heard an ad with Savage's voice lately. It was a Northern California gun dealer where he said he lives on the 1st Amendment and Americans must embrace the 2nd.

All this talk about hollow-point ammo makes me hope personal gun sales are still up. On some radio show I heard Japan didn't go after our mainland because they heard the citizens were armed.
18 posted on 08/21/2012 4:55:09 PM PDT by QuestingElf
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To: QuestingElf

“Japan didn’t go after our mainland because they heard the citizens were armed.”

Supposedly bogus per wikipedia.


You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass. It has been declared this attribution is “unsubstantiated and almost certainly bogus, even though it has been repeated thousands of times in various Internet postings. There is no record of the commander in chief of Japan’s wartime fleet ever saying it.”, according to Brooks Jackson in “Misquoting Yamamoto” at Factcheck.org (11 May 2009)”

http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Isoroku_Yamamoto


19 posted on 08/21/2012 5:30:07 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: QuestingElf

ps. hollow points were/are used so that the bullet does not over penetrate and hit somethign beyond what you are shooting at. They do fragment and make a mess when hitting a living creature. (I think Reagan was shot with .22 hollow points)


20 posted on 08/21/2012 5:48:05 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: dynachrome

Just a note of appreciation for your diligence in keeping the thread alive.


21 posted on 08/22/2012 9:12:58 AM PDT by Eastbound (3-7-77)
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To: WilliamofCarmichael

I missed Savage’s comments on the Bonus March. What was the gist of it?


22 posted on 08/22/2012 9:32:43 AM PDT by Bizhvywt
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To: Bizhvywt
It was pretty much historically correct, of course.

He mentioned Douglas MacArthur, Eisenhower, and Patton who were the officers. MacArthur was a general if I recall correctly. The others were field grade officers.

Savage's main point however was that it could happen again.. this time it will be us the general public.

Certainly the various agencies buying millions of rounds of ammo will likely target us, the critics of Washington.

23 posted on 08/22/2012 11:13:44 AM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: Eastbound

I appreciate that. thanks.


24 posted on 08/22/2012 3:01:18 PM PDT by dynachrome ("Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.")
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To: Bizhvywt; WilliamofCarmichael; All
Something that is never mentioned when the bonus army is re-hashed: Before the federal gummint had a house of its own, it had to depend on the good graces of neighboring states to hold its meetings and conduct business. The meeting place changed from one state to another whenever the host state started applying too much pressure on the legislators for favoritism, sometimes to the point of violence. The answer, of course was to bequeath to it a portion of land to call its own, in addition to all the federal office buildings, forts and armories in all the states which it claimed jursidiction over.

So the wisdom was whatever the federal gummint owned, it claimed juridiction over and was within its rights to set its own laws and create penalties for lawbreakiers.

Sadly, the bonus army, who knew full well that their bonuses were not payable until a certain number of years had passed. The assumed that they could mobilize and march on DC to force the gummint to pay the bonuses early. They were mistaken in their methods. Anyone who sets foot on federal property is subject to federal law. It's like yielding your rights to a ship's captain the moment that you step across the gunnels.

So the gummint had every right to utilize the military to protect gummint property, wherever it was located, especially in the ten square miles of Washington, D. C. which was ceded to the gummint by a couple of states to keep the bullies from intimidating or injuring the legislators and other gummint employees.

So one could say that congress and the president were in fear of losing their lives when the bonus army began to march. I forget how far the bonus army had breached federal property before the generals received orders to start shooting, but you can bet they were pretty fearful of losing their lives.

So who at this late date can blame the generals for following direct orders to preserve the lives and property of the federal gummint. . . the only mechanism available to the people to prevent anarchy and to keep the rule of law in tact?

So if you want to influence gummint at the survival level, best do it off of federal property using less than violent means. Unless, of course, the gummint and its troops leave its reservation to harass the people and/or break the bonds of the Constitution which was created to keep it in check.

25 posted on 08/23/2012 10:34:39 AM PDT by Eastbound (3-7-77)
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To: Eastbound
Interesting and thanks for the facts about the history of the District.

It reminded me of the Great Sedition Trial of 1944..

"The trial was staged in Washington DC thanks to Dillard Stokes an investigative reporter working for the Washington Post. Before the indictments Stokes solicited allegedly seditious publications from the defendants and had them mailed to his residence in the District of Columbia. This tactic allowed the government to put the defendants on trial in one location and to break them financially, removing them from their employment, family and homes." Here, yes it's wiki graffiti buy lately it appears they stopped the truth vandalism by the Lefty sharpies.

Of course they were not lured to D.C. because the feds had authority only there, they were victims of fiendish members of DoJ. The prosecutor, O. John Rogge was a friend of Stalin and no doubt a Soviet lackey.

Yes it was W.W.II but those charged were long-time, pre-war FDR critics and anti-communists. To try to insure conviction and stir up public opinion against the accused, the FDR DOJ included known Nazi sympathizers, totally unrelated to the FDR critics, in the group charged.

Judges finally stopped the nonsense and abuse but not before at least one death among the accused and months of suffering including some being incarcerated in squalid conditions. Most had to do the best they could with only their meager resources so far from home.

I sometimes wonder what would have happened to the patriots demanding answers from Washington about Ruby Ridge and Waco had there been no modern talk radio to support them in the 1990s.

26 posted on 08/23/2012 2:25:54 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: WilliamofCarmichael
"I sometimes wonder what would have happened to the patriots demanding answers from Washington about Ruby Ridge and Waco had there been no modern talk radio to support them in the 1990s."

Not only supported them, but woke them up to begin with. The Maynard Campbell telephone tape was one of the most heart-wrenching pleas for help from a patriot surrounded by the feds ready to do him in that I ever heard. Compared to Waco and Ruby Ridge in intensity, though not in numbers. He was eventually murdered in a Colorado prison the day before he was scheduled to present his case.

Kudos to Savage for screaming his outrage in our stead.

27 posted on 08/24/2012 6:12:44 AM PDT by Eastbound (3-7-77)
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