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Re: These red states prove voting by mail isn't the partisan ploy Republicans claim it is

Robot Unicorn ·
Bush 2 conducted an investigation into voter fraud.. found nothing. Trump has screamed about voter fraud and show zero proof. Republicans are still whining about voter fraud and can't produce one shred of evidence to support their claims.... Trying to stop Americans from voting... that's the GOP. You can't be a patriot and hate half of America.
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Re: These red states prove voting by mail isn't the partisan ploy Republicans claim it is

daddy joe ·
If you can't find many instances of voter fraud by democrats, you're not looking. More was reported just today. Plus there is a HUGE difference between legitimate absentee voting and just mailing out ballots to anyone and everyone to promote FRAUD as the dems want to do.
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Re: Obama DHS Sec. Jeh Johnson: Trump Had Constitutional and Domestic Legal Authority to Take Out Soleimani

Jack Hammer ·
The difference is Patriot Republicans are paid for it while the D'rats aren't that smart, throw a D'rat a bulk of cheap cheese and wham, they happy.
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Re: Obama DHS Sec. Jeh Johnson: Trump Had Constitutional and Domestic Legal Authority to Take Out Soleimani

Robot Unicorn ·
Patriots don't blindly follow a political party. Patriots want what's best for America. You have become exactly what you rave against. Think about it, if you're capable.
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Re: Drawing Up Sides for the Civil War

Jack Hammer ·
I'm an overqualified white intelligent conservative Constitutional American male patriot. Married to a MAGA woman that produced offspring that shares both our DNA proving the pronoun she is actually a female. Also at the moment I'm attempting to achieve heaven, if nothing more than the back porch. So no, I refuse to be a liberal....
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Re: do we want congress tied up for 3 months?

Robot Unicorn ·
Why wouldn't a true American Patriot want the truth, regardless of time? Republicans keep proving the couldn't care less about America as long as they think they're "winning" or "making the liberals mad."
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Re: Repubs not interested in your opinions

peeler ·
Originally Posted by skippy delepepper: Originally Posted by peeler: Heh." He had no wars" Bush only had the one war that he started against Iraq under complete and false pretenses and the other one in Afghanistan, started after 9/11 occurred ON HIS WATCH! He could of had Bin Ladin , but discided it was to much trouble to pick him up. (sort of like it's too much trouble for you use spell checker?) And the REPUBLICANS, who ( ccontrolled )SIC congress for SIX of the FINAL NINE years of the (...
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Re: a Homicide

Just_ ·
Sorry, one patriot I tried seversl times yesterday to bost it and for some reason the system did not. Maybe today will be different if there is another article on this. I haven't read it yet, just having coffee and checking mail.
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Re: 4th Amendment to the US Constitution?

Loki ·
Originally Posted by Jobe: Overturning a common law dating back to the English Magna Carta of 1215, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Hoosiers have no right to resist unlawful police entry into their homes. Remember the 4th Amendment to the US Constitution? “ The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath...
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Re: 4th Amendment to the US Constitution?

skippy delepepper ·
Originally Posted by Loki: Originally Posted by Jobe: Overturning a common law dating back to the English Magna Carta of 1215, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Hoosiers have no right to resist unlawful police entry into their homes. Remember the 4th Amendment to the US Constitution? “ The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable...
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Re: 4th Amendment to the US Constitution?

Mr.Dittohead ·
This is just a reflection of the changing interpretation of the 4th, which more or less began with the Patriot Act. The Patriot Act allows surveillance of Americans by several federal agencies without the requirement of a warrant from a judge, even though the FISA and its secret court provided a means to do so. Even the ACLU filed a brief in favor of repealing the Patriot Act.
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Re: 4th Amendment to the US Constitution?

interventor1212 ·
This was a bad call by a state court, neither influenced by the Patriot Act, nor the Obama administration. Hopefully, the US courts will over rule this and the police who tasered an innocent man and left him unconscious will be successfully sued for much money. The ruling makes it easy for thiefs to impersonate police during a home invasion, precluding homeowner resistance.
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Re: 4th Amendment to the US Constitution?

Loki ·
The Patriot Act was not even a consideration in this decision by the court. The court is not following the constitution and making it up as they go. Liberal Judges believe they are the Law. And as far as the Patriot Act, both parties Democrat and Republican. The Country was scared and decided to take extraordinary measures to protect this Country. You socialists can't continue to blame Republicans forever for everything. Skippy First off, I'm neither liberal, conservative, democrat,...
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Re: 4th Amendment to the US Constitution?

skippy delepepper ·
Originally Posted by Loki: The Patriot Act was not even a consideration in this decision by the court. The court is not following the constitution and making it up as they go. Liberal Judges believe they are the Law. And as far as the Patriot Act, both parties Democrat and Republican. The Country was scared and decided to take extraordinary measures to protect this Country. You socialists can't continue to blame Republicans forever for everything. Skippy First off, I'm neither liberal,...
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Re: Palin explains Paul Revere

skippy delepepper ·
Palin is a true Patriot, but I personally wouldn't want Palin as President. I do like her and her hearts in the right place. I just think she isn't electable. I personally wish the Thrill up their leg press would have treated the idiot in the White House the same way. Unfortunantly we would have had McCain. Diffidently not a Win-Win. But better than the CHOSEN ONE. Skippy
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Re: Palin explains Paul Revere

skippy delepepper ·
I think she knows there are 50 states and not 57 like Obama thought. But that THRILL UP YOUR LEG MEDIA, Chris Wallace included, seem to over look the many mistakes Obama has made. Let's start with 20 years as a member of the Infamous Rev. Wright's Anti- American, Anti- White/ Jew/ anything but black racist Church. Praise the Lord. How about the Black Panther security guards intimidating voters with a billy club. That Obama's Attorney General Holder didn't think warranted prosecution. Hummm I...
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Re: Palin explains Paul Revere

JimiHendrix ·
Originally Posted by skippy delepepper: I think she knows there are 50 states and not 57 like Obama thought. But that THRILL UP YOUR LEG MEDIA, Chris Wallace included, seem to over look the many mistakes Obama has made. Let's start with 20 years as a member of the Infamous Rev. Wright's Anti- American, Anti- White/ Jew/ anything but black racist Church. Praise the Lord. How about the Black Panther security guards intimidating voters with a billy club. That Obama's Attorney General Holder...
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Re: Palin explains Paul Revere

skippy delepepper ·
Originally Posted by JimiHendrix: Originally Posted by skippy delepepper: I think she knows there are 50 states and not 57 like Obama thought. But that THRILL UP YOUR LEG MEDIA, Chris Wallace included, seem to over look the many mistakes Obama has made. Let's start with 20 years as a member of the Infamous Rev. Wright's Anti- American, Anti- White/ Jew/ anything but black racist Church. Praise the Lord. How about the Black Panther security guards intimidating voters with a billy club. That...
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Re: Palin explains Paul Revere

JimiHendrix ·
Originally Posted by skippy delepepper: Originally Posted by JimiHendrix: Originally Posted by skippy delepepper: I think she knows there are 50 states and not 57 like Obama thought. But that THRILL UP YOUR LEG MEDIA, Chris Wallace included, seem to over look the many mistakes Obama has made. Let's start with 20 years as a member of the Infamous Rev. Wright's Anti- American, Anti- White/ Jew/ anything but black racist Church. Praise the Lord. How about the Black Panther security guards...
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Re: Palin explains Paul Revere

interventor1212 ·
Originally Posted by Mr.Dittohead: Palin doubles down on her mistake on the Sunday morning news. If Palin knows her American history, this latest bit of jujitsu shows no evidence of it. The purpose of Revere’s ride was to inform John Hancock, Samuel Adams, and other colonial American patriots that the British Army was marching from Boston to Lexington. As such, secrecy and stealth were essential. So contrary to Palin’s claim that Revere warned the British they would not succeed, Revere...
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Re: Patriotic?

Nobluedog ·
Shoals Patriots is made up of a bunch of people who don't even have an idea what a patriot is. They could care less about the troops, they proved this under Bush by not wanting to support the troops when they return home from war with no legs or arms. Shoals Patriots is a group here in the shoals that supports Glenn Beck's views who is far right to the right as you can get. They support the 700 club right wingers who are crazy as a loon. This group would never support the working man or...
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Re: Patriotic?

Pepper Lewis ·
Lazy Freakin Idiot.
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Re: Patriotic?

ferrellj ·
Foam Buck you need to check your virus alert, there's nothing wrong with the site. Nobluedog, all I can say is you have no idea what you're talking about. I challenge everyone to do what I did. Attend a shoals patriot meeting and find out what kind of people are involved. I have 2 sons in the US Army. One has been in Iraq for a year the other is in Afghanistan now. They both have left a wife and small child behind to serve our country. I would not be part of an organization that does not...
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Re: Democrats on Iraqs WMDs...or Bush lied?

Jankinonya ·
b50m, So where does it end? Do you want to be one of the ones that keeps up the insanity? I don't. I never said that defending our country was one of his mistakes. However the invasion of a country based on falsified evidence is not the same thing. I was 100% behind Bush when he sent our troops to Afghanistan. That is where we knew the enemy was. When he weakened our defenses there by pulling troops and resources to attack Iraq he lost me and many others. Including a large number of would be...
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Re: Democrats on Iraqs WMDs...or Bush lied?

b50m ·
See, that is where we disagree. You say falsified, I don't think so. Obama found out that the 'reality' of running the country was not as easy as he thought it was. If closing Gitmo was possible, Bush would have already done it. Those prisoners have to go somewhere. It's either on US soil, which nobody wants, or back to their home countries where they will be heroes or to other countries who will execute them. You can't fight a war with proper rules when the enemy has no rules. No uniforms,...
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Re: Democrats on Iraqs WMDs...or Bush lied?

rocky ·
The temperature in hell just dropped a bit. I actually agree with b50m on the above 2 sentences!!!
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Re: Democrats on Iraqs WMDs...or Bush lied?

Jankinonya ·
You have jumped around so much that I am going to have to take this in sections. First what is your reasoning that the information of WMD's was not false? Did we find them? Have you read the reports on this? I agree. He was the one that opened it. We should have never had the vast majority of the prisoners we had there. Not to mention the secret prisons in other countries. This is not the American way. As far as them being kept in prisons here on US soil I know of at least one town that...
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Re: Democrats on Iraqs WMDs...or Bush lied?

b50m ·
If the Patriot Act is unconstitutional, why has no one repealed it form either party? In the leaked wikipapaers, it mentioned WMD's being found. Many of our allies also agreed on WMD's. Given that Saddam had plenty of warning of an attack, really stupid on our part, he easily got rid of the evidence. We will never agree on this one, and history will take many years before the facts are all revealed. As for North Vietnam, there was a legitimate military to fight. The Vietcong were like the...
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Re: Democrats on Iraqs WMDs...or Bush lied?

Jankinonya ·
There have been parts of the original act that Bush signed into law that have been knocked down by the courts. Here is just one example after a quick search Patriot Act ruling However I remember thinking when it was first introduced that if he got this through Congress we would never get those freedoms back. The only congressmen that opposed it were Leahy and Fiengold I think. Bush did more harm to our freedoms and liberties than any president before or so far after. I now blame Obama for...
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Re: McCain's Temper

JJPAUL ·
It would not hurt if you had some feelings. You only feel for yourself and that it sad. Hillary was feeling sorry for herself and not the American people. Hillary is for the rich democrats.
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Re: The "Occupy" Movement?

seeweed ·
A patriot is a person who will support a freedom just because it is right to do so, regardless of the cause of the person using that freedom. For example, I have absolutely no use at all for one who would burn our Flag publicly, but I support the freedom to do so. I support your freedom to say whatever you wish although I may find what you say vile and disgraceful. The teabaggers were a paid movement, financially supported by the Koch Brothers who have and would do great harm to our country,...
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Re: Brazen, Flagrant Violation

Mr.Dittohead ·
The Constitution is meant to be molded to meet the needs and wants of the government. Just look at the Patriot Act. So far, the PA has been used to arrest 1700 drug dealers, and 2 terrorists, and has allowed 24,000 warrantless searches.
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Re: A Rarety: An Honest Republican

b50m ·
Hagel is more a rino than anything else. A few of his quotes uncut which sound a little different. Former GOP Sen. Hagel bashes Republicans By Cameron Joseph - 09/01/11 02:20 PM ET Former Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) ripped into his fellow Republicans for their behavior on the debt-ceiling debate. "The irresponsible actions of my party, the Republican Party over this were astounding. I’d never seen anything like this in my lifetime," said Hagel. "I was very disappointed, I was very disgusted in...
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Re: Prepping for Class Warfare

The Propagandist ·
Originally Posted by interventor1212: At FDR's first inaugeration, the army had machine gun nests covering the Mall. The Business Plot – The Corporate Conspiracy to Overthrow FDR and Create a Fascist Dictatorship in the USA [Video] In 1933, group of wealthy businessmen that allegedly included the heads of Chase Bank, GM, Goodyear, Standard Oil, the DuPont family and Senator Prescott Bush tried to recruit Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler to lead a military coup against President FDR...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Mr.Dittohead ·
You must have been asleep when the Patriot Act was passed. No outrage, just compliance. The scary thing is the Patriot Act was written before 9/11, not in the fog of retribution.
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

b50m ·
The Patriot Act has nothing to do with elections. Obama has been in campaign mode since he got elected, no difference for him.
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Mr.Dittohead ·
Originally Posted by interventor1212: Ditzy, I love your blind response. I posted this a mildly humorous reference to the regressives hysteria over every action of Bush or Cheney. They predicted the end of the Republic, death camps and mass denial of rights. Their response was to call for military coups to topple Bush, impeachment and worse. Assassination was a staple. Thanks for proving the comic relief I sought!. Knee jerked on que! BushIIe set the precedent that the Constitution can be...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Extra-260 ·
Originally Posted by Mr.Dittohead: Originally Posted by interventor1212: Ditzy, I love your blind response. I posted this a mildly humorous reference to the regressives hysteria over every action of Bush or Cheney. They predicted the end of the Republic, death camps and mass denial of rights. Their response was to call for military coups to topple Bush, impeachment and worse. Assassination was a staple. Thanks for proving the comic relief I sought!. Knee jerked on que! BushIIe set the...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

interventor1212 ·
Extra, Not just hyperbole, but character assassination bordering upon libel! "Interventor supports the suspension of Habeas Corpus, he supports the arrest and internment of U.S. citizens without trial or access to the courts, he supports spying on American citizens without warrants, he supports using the military as a police force on the streets in violation of Posse Commitatus, and he supports violating numerous other federal and state laws that have been established upon good jurisprudence...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Roland Pfalz ·
Originally Posted by Mr.Dittohead: You must have been asleep when the Patriot Act was passed. No outrage, just compliance. The scary thing is the Patriot Act was written before 9/11, not in the fog of retribution. You should pay attention to fact instead of over-dramatization. Fact will always win out. I believe this is Obama. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/P...sion-without-reforms http://biggovernment.com/sahil...and-the-left-silent/
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Roland Pfalz ·
Originally Posted by Extra-260: Originally Posted by Mr.Dittohead: Originally Posted by interventor1212: Ditzy, I love your blind response. I posted this a mildly humorous reference to the regressives hysteria over every action of Bush or Cheney. They predicted the end of the Republic, death camps and mass denial of rights. Their response was to call for military coups to topple Bush, impeachment and worse. Assassination was a staple. Thanks for proving the comic relief I sought!. Knee...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Extra-260 ·
Originally Posted by Roland Pfalz: Originally Posted by Extra-260: Originally Posted by Mr.Dittohead: Originally Posted by interventor1212: Ditzy, I love your blind response. I posted this a mildly humorous reference to the regressives hysteria over every action of Bush or Cheney. They predicted the end of the Republic, death camps and mass denial of rights. Their response was to call for military coups to topple Bush, impeachment and worse. Assassination was a staple. Thanks for proving the...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Extra-260 ·
Originally Posted by interventor1212: Extra, Not just hyperbole, but character assassination bordering upon libel! "Interventor supports the suspension of Habeas Corpus, he supports the arrest and internment of U.S. citizens without trial or access to the courts, he supports spying on American citizens without warrants, he supports using the military as a police force on the streets in violation of Posse Commitatus, and he supports violating numerous other federal and state laws that have...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Extra-260 ·
Side by side comparison of the patriot act vs the U.S. constitution. http://www.scn.org/ccapa/pa-vs-const.html
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

interventor1212 ·
Waterboarding has been deemed torture by our very own government.. As for the other, the Patriot Act allows the supsension of Habeas Corpus and the unlimited detainment of U.S. citizens without trial or access to the courts. You support the patriot act. Nothing I said was libelous. When did any body of the US Government state that waterboarding was torture? As to your second statement, I proved that false with my above post. Libel refers to written statements. Which you did make. Slander...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

interventor1212 ·
Washington times. http://www.washingtonpost.com/...AR2005090900772.html This superior court ruling allows the incarceration of a US citizen involved with active terrorist activity. It did not suspend his habeas corpus rights. The very fact that the courts were involved, obviates that argument. Extra, again, you have no idea of what you write. Did a bit more research on the Supreme Court ruling on Pedilla. The court ruled that he may be incarcerated under the President's powers as CiC during...
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Re: The Continental Confederation Congress, Religion, And 20,000 Bibles!

CrustyMac ·
Patrick Henry was a rabble rouser, patriot, and instrumental in starting the Revolution. However, he refused to attend the Constitutional Congress, saying he "smelled a rat in Philadelphia", and as a delegate for his state to ratify the Constitution, he voted against it. So, I'm going to have to discount pretty much anything that he says concerning the ideals and principals on which our nation was founded. He wasn't there, had no input, and didn't support it. As for the bibles, how you make...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Renegade Nation ·
Originally Posted by Mr.Dittohead: Originally Posted by interventor1212: Ditzy, I love your blind response. I posted this a mildly humorous reference to the regressives hysteria over every action of Bush or Cheney. They predicted the end of the Republic, death camps and mass denial of rights. Their response was to call for military coups to topple Bush, impeachment and worse. Assassination was a staple. Thanks for proving the comic relief I sought!. Knee jerked on que! BushIIe set the...
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

interventor1212 ·
At least, it doesn't call for suspension of the Constitution, as did Governor Perdue. Nor, did the arrest of Jose Pedilla come under the Patriot Act, as Extra claimed.
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Re: Where's the Outrage!

Mr.Dittohead ·
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11...cs/22cnd-terror.html
 

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