How to Tell the Tree of Liberty is Dead

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How to Tell the Tree of Liberty is Dead

Post by Marconius on Tue Oct 15, 2013 1:13 pm

It is very easy to tell. It is when government is more occupied with buying votes than celebrating the ones who protected them.

For the dumbasses:

WWII vets were denied access to public lands

Protesting illegal immigrants had the backing of certain aspects of government on those very same public lands just hours later.

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Post by Sir Pun on Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:19 am

Yeah that was pretty disturbing along with peloskis statements that obama "bent over backwards to accommodate veterans." Wish there were a stronger word than liar to call her

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Re: How to Tell the Tree of Liberty is Dead

Post by Marconius on Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:50 am

Progs made a big ass deal about a symbol they know nothing about(a certain battle flag that now stands for southern pride as well as a spit in the face of reconstruction), yet they have no problem with Mexico's flag being waved at other rallies.

Let me explain the dumbassedry and hypocrisy for any prog that may read this.

The battle flag of the south does not stand for racism today. Most southern blacks love and fly it as well as southern whites. It stands for southern pride and a disdain for the red-headed step child treatment we get from the rest of the country. It does not mean we are disloyal. It does not mean we want to break away from the union. Mostly we do it cause we know outsiders hate it. As long aw outsiders see us as dumbass inbreds good for nothing but killing and dying in DC's wars, this will remain.

Meanwhile the flag of Mexico being flown is totally different. They are flaunting their loyalty. This is nondebateable and is common knowledge amoung anyone who has talked to most illegals. They don't really want to be here. They just came cause their country is a corrupt shithole and they cannot make a living there. More than 9 out 10 of them wish to go back to what they call home.

So to anyone who gets up in arms about a friggin flag, I say get a life and learn something. Quit bitchin just to bitch. You obviously know nothing about the south and have no desire to learn. You have just regurgitated old hateful rhetoric and are actually guilty of that in which you are accusing others of being.

I not only called that ironic.......I call that hypocrisy.

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"We have four boxes used to guarantee our liberty: The soap box, the ballot box, the jury box and the cartridge box". -- Ambrose Bierce (1887)

"All right, they're on our left, they're on our right, they're in front of us, and they're behind us. They can't get away this time!" -Gen. L. "Chesty" Puller, CO, 1 MARDIV, in Korea surrounded by 22 enemy divisions

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Re: How to Tell the Tree of Liberty is Dead

Post by Marconius on Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:54 am

Sir Pun wrote:Yeah that was pretty disturbing along with peloskis statements that obama "bent over backwards to accommodate veterans." Wish there were a stronger word than liar to call her
How about "dumbassnationkillingvotebuyingliar of a bitch"???

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"We have four boxes used to guarantee our liberty: The soap box, the ballot box, the jury box and the cartridge box". -- Ambrose Bierce (1887)

"All right, they're on our left, they're on our right, they're in front of us, and they're behind us. They can't get away this time!" -Gen. L. "Chesty" Puller, CO, 1 MARDIV, in Korea surrounded by 22 enemy divisions

Had the Japanese got as far as India, Gandhi's theories of "passive resistance" would have floated down the Ganges River with his bayoneted, beheaded carcass. -- Mike Vanderboegh.
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Re: How to Tell the Tree of Liberty is Dead

Post by Sir Pun on Thu Oct 17, 2013 2:00 pm

Still not strong enough ;-)

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Re: How to Tell the Tree of Liberty is Dead

Post by Dennis324 on Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:10 pm



Jonathan Jarvis is the Director of the National Park Service and he is in charge of all the national parks.  He was appointed by Obama.  Seems like HE is the one who likely decided to close all those parks. 

  House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa said that Jarvis should step down
for closing monuments on the National Mall, as well as the agency’s earlier handling of the sequester and its decision to let Occupy Wall Street protesters camp out on federal land. “He blew it on sequestration. He blew it on Occupy, and now he admits he doesn’t even think it was his responsibility to plan to mitigate [the shutdown’s harm].”

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/10/memorial-closures-government-shutdown-house-hearing-98389.html#ixzz2i0naBDWQ
However, I would imagine he got his marching orders from the White House.  Or perhaps not.  If he didn't, he oughta step down.  If he did...then the buck stops at Obama's desk and HE oughta have his feet held to the fire.

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Post by Dennis324 on Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:13 pm

But here's the puzzling thing.  If we can figure out who was in charge of the Parks' shutdown, why cant we figure out who told the SEALS and military to "stand down" over Benghazi????
 
I tellya why.  That person ranks or ranked much higher politically than Jarvis.  And if word got out it might damage their legacy or chances at a WH run. 

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