Sorry, what I meant: If people are so dumb to always fall for the one liners and base their votes on who gives them free shit, it is not wonder that those in charge will continue to BS them.
I cannot really blame them tbh. I blame the masses. If not those in charge doing it, others would rise and do it ...
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It is not that I believe everything that Michael Savage or Alex Jones says, it is just that all the facts support that theory.
We may be dealing with a real Manchurian candidate who was put into power to destroy the USA as a superpower to the degree that we can never recover.
Here is some of his latest crap.
DHS releasing hundreds of illegal immigrants, blaming budget cuts
First, there haven't been any sequester budget cuts yet, and when they come they only amount to less than 2.5% of the budget. Even after the cuts we will still spend more in 2013 than we did in 2012. This is all a pony show.
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin
Oh yes the pony show, for proof you can check what they did with the taxpayer money in Syria:
US pledges $60 million in aid for Syrian opposition
"Washington has already provided $385 million in humanitarian aid to Syria’s war-weary population"
US pledges $60 million in aid for Syrian opposition - SYRIA - FRANCE 24
Very frustrating for the American families who have hard time to make a living, get employed, paying taxes or US employers trying to stay in business and paying taxes.
See how this country is turning into?
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We should thank our great leader VP Joe Biden for his great advises...
Five ‘Biden’ approved home defense shotguns
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If one really listens to the democrats, the liberals, of this country?
One finds that they are:
out of touch with the people
have no idea what they are talking about
want (or don't want) things that only insane people would want (or don't want)
But more and more people are waking up to reality.
You will love this one:
HPD Chief Charles McClelland: Cops often can't keep guns from mentally ill; new bill in works to change law
HPD Chief Charles McClelland: Cops often can't keep guns from mentally ill; new bill in works to change law | abc13.comTexas police often can't keep guns from the mentally ill because they don't have the authority under state law to seize a weapon from someone they are transporting for evaluation at a psychiatric treatment center.
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland wants the Legislature to require a judge to decide if those who have been referred for mental health treatment are qualified to possess a gun. He's enlisted state Rep. Allen Fletcher, a Republican from Tomball who is drafting a bill to keep those firearms in a police property room until a judge decides it should be returned.
Right now, state law only allows police to keep weapons used in the commission of a crime.
"I'm not trying to take guns from citizens in this country, but there should be an additional judicial review," McClelland said. "Someone, other than the police, should have to review that case or that incident requiring that mental evaluation, to tell me if this person is still qualified to own or carry a firearm" and get it back.
When Houston police officers respond to a call involving a mentally disturbed person, they sometimes find the suspect armed with the same gun they seized in an earlier incident.
Last year, Houston police had 27,000 calls involving residents with mental health problems and seized 47 firearms from January to July from persons taken for mental examination. In 2011, the 25,000 mental health calls handled by Houston police included 90 people whose firearms were held while they were given an emergency psychiatric exam.
McClelland said that because of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, police don't know if the person was committed for psychiatric treatment.
"Whenever that person's (mental) evaluation is completed, because of HIPAA laws and medical privacy issues, I have no way of knowing if this person still qualifies to carry or have a firearm," McClelland said. "But when they show up at the property room, I have no choice but to give it back. And I want to give it back if they still qualify."
The proposed legislation would amend the state's mental health code, allowing police to hold a weapon taken from a person who is experiencing a mental health crisis and has been found to be a danger to himself or others and is being transported by police for an emergency mental health evaluation.