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  1. KKLA Webmaster (Author) posted on 09/06/2012 04:32 PM This comment was edited by a moderator at 04:25 PM on 12/18/2012

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  2. Author_15038 posted on 09/06/2012 05:33 PM
    Not dealing with current subject, dealing with the vote that was commented on yesterday.

    I thought it strange the words that were chosen to be used for the vote, "I" and "No". Whenever I go to any game, cheers are always louder than boos. I don't know if it is because the higher pitch is stronger, or what. Getting to the point, I think the vote was rigged already. Instead of using Aye and Nay (which have a similar pitch), I think the words were intentionally used to ensure the "Ayes have it" and that is one of the reasons they were so surprised...
  3. StephenW posted on 09/12/2012 08:23 PM

    Here's an open letter to Barack Obama which I posted on Facebook back on May 25th, which I think is very pertinent to this situation with Egypt and Libya.


    An open letter to Barack Obama and to all future presidents

    Dear Mr. President, (and this applies to Mitt Romney, too, should he get elected):

    Please stop sending foreign aid to other countries while we are still in this economic funk which YOU described as the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. First YOU raise taxes and take MY money, over which I have no control. Next, instead of using that money here at home during a financial crisis (when this is the pretense under which you raised the taxes in the first place), you give (or lend) hundreds of millions of dollars to foreign governments who are either neutral to us or who do not like us or who would fly planes into our buildings.

    These are foreign powers who neither support us in our many causes nor come to our aid when we find ourselves in time of crisis. These nations are oppressive regimes who kill us and our allies abroad. They routinely vote against us at the United Nations (paid for by our dollars and housed on our soil) and otherwise stonewall against our efforts for prosperity at home and peace abroad.

    Then, Mr. President, after YOU lend them this money, they turn around and cannot pay their debt, and you forgive that debt (which was financed by taking money out of MY pocket) and give (or lend) that country still more foreign aid. Then, to make up the cost for your mistake, you again raise taxes and back-bill me for the loss of my money which you stole from me in first place.

    YOU make the mistake.
    Then you bill ME for it.

    Then, when I have to pay the IRS and I do not have the money to pay you back at interest the money you stole from me, do you extend to me the same courtesy given to the foreign power who now stands in default of this debt, by giving me debt forgiveness? Do you slap me on the back, and laugh, and forgive the debt YOU incurred at MY double expense? Mr. President, why don't you start giving the aid here at home? Why don't you try forgiving some DOMESTIC debt? Why don't you try giving YOUR OWN people the courtesy you give to those who (at the very least) resent us and who (at the very most) want to destroy us and destroy our way of life?

    This letter is directed toward Romney, too, should he win. It is for all who hold this office of President of the United States. The problem today is neither Republicans nor Democrats; the problem is the modern definition and functions of what we call “government”. But yes, B.O. has been the absolute worst in modern times.

    As it said in Disney's cartoon version of Robin Hood, the president "is taxing the very heart and soul out of the people" in this difficult economic time, just as Prince John hit Nottingham’s citizens with outrageous tax increases when Nottingham could least afford it.

    And while I am on the subject of Robin Hood, I want to correct a misunderstanding here. (I'm on a roll now.) Contrary to socialist misinterpretation of the story, Robin Hood did NOT steal from the RICH to give to the POOR (to level the playing field); he stole from the GOVERNMENT to give it back to the TAXPAYERS (to return what was rightfully earned)!!!

    While our government gives a pass to hostile foreign regimes through debt forgiveness, it treats the American taxpayer (who was forced by compulsory tax law to finance the means and goals of these other countries in the first place) like a common criminal.

    While they threaten the American taxpayer with fines, levies, garnishments, and imprisonment, they give debt forgiveness to these countries who either wish for or else plot our demise. And we are the ones stuck with the bill which goes to these anti-American interests!!!

    Yes, we need a change of parties in Washington, but we do not need a change of parties as much as we need a change in the mindset of Washington D.C. !!!

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