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Crazy Rep. Michele Bachmann Calls for Armed Revolution

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posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 06:50 PM
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Nevermind. Works now.
Alright, looks good. I'm wondering about estimates of size, though.




posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 06:51 PM
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great post!

Many people woke up to what was happening because of the historical election of a possible female vice president or black president....then the bailouts happened.

Just taking a little time...the more you see how evident it is.

More will wake up...i don't know if it will be in time...or if enough will actually see what is happening.

We'll see!



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 06:55 PM
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All of our ammendments and Constitution were suspended by the Patriot act. How are we supposed to act? The entire system must begin again from the beginning but with a one term limit for any elected representative, period!



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 06:58 PM
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Two terms are fine, if you ask me...

But the problem here is the congress.
God bless Ron Paul, but he has been there for ten terms... TEN.

No!
And I think even he himself would vote yes on a term limit bill.

Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

The REALLY f-ed up folks are the people like the Bush's who have been in the big seat for many years through breeding!

This is NOT A MONARCHY!



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:00 PM
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Good video on the other thread, David.
I'm just as inclined to join the one in San Antonio, though. As it is much, much closer and I CAN afford to go down there for the day.

Lets do this guys.
Everyone.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:02 PM
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God bless Ron Paul, but he has been there for ten terms... TEN


This is the only thing i don't like about term limits...because i like Ron Paul! lol

We do need them though. I don't know exactly how we should go about it and what the rules should be...but i agree it needs to be done.

The only "real" problem is that you will still have people behind the scenes...secretaries and others who will still remain.

Term limits would have to limit all people who works for any congressman from going back into a political job...unless...that person were to be elected to a higher office...then it would be ok i believe.

But once you are out...you're out. No going back.

That's a definite must.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:05 PM
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It's crazy though. 300 cities!!!

And still 2 more weeks before tax day. I'm wondering how many it will come up to?



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:06 PM
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Patriots,
March if you choose but do not go to Washington, armed. The leaders of these kinds of movements want martyrs and they don't wish to personally volunteer for the position. If you go armed, they will sacrifice you in an eyeblink when they engineer a slaughter and if you march on the Whitehouse, armed, you will be slaughtered. After that we will get the martial law you are so worried about.

I still recommend voting as it is a lot surer way to peaceful change.

To a previous poster; I understand that Senator Byrd [D] WV carries a copy of the Constitution with him and is a notable Constitutional scholar. Congressmen and Senators that have questions about the Constitution will usually seek his advice.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:09 PM
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I think she is just trying to make a point. Probably hoping to settle somewhere in the middle. RIght now the left is so far out of control and gone it's insane.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:17 PM
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Like I said before though, he would support it.
And he has said as much.

It is necessary.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:22 PM
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Yes, as I have said repeatedly, the message must be sent by the voters that this is no longer acceptable.

No weapons.

Peaceable.

They cannot do anything about that.
If you have enough people with you, send a message. If you go to Washington and you find yourself amidst 300,000 like minded people, walk up to the building, go in, walk to the roof, lower the flag and reraise it inverted.

That goes for anyone anywhere that day.
Exercise caution. Do not do anything outlandish. Remain peaceful. But if you have a large enough crowd, do something notable.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:37 PM
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Order is POWER!- F.H. Amiel


To tell you the truth, I do not and will never want to have affiliation with any large bodies of government (no just politically). I would take them down whenever they become too powerful.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 07:55 PM
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Bachman's a hypocrite. What's funny to me is a lot of right wingers who would call anyone who was against the Iraq War traitors are now openly talking about revolution lol. Does anyone else have a problem with this double standard??



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 08:03 PM
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Bachmann's Quotes
www.thebachmannrecord.com...

Bachmann Charges that U.S. and Minnesota Are Imposing A New Order Opposed To Free Enterprise and Representative Government.

On education reforms laws passed by the GOP-controlled US Congress: “Federal law forms a new governance structure that opposes both free enterprise and representative government…A new national curriculum is used that embraces a socialist, globalist worldview; loyalty to all government and not America.”. — Michael J. Chapman and Senator Michele Bachmann, “How New U.S. Policy Embraces a State-Planned Economy” © 2001.

“Goals 2000, of which we’ve heard quite a bit, is a partnership between government and your local public schools to radically transform and change our public education system, as you’ve learned today, to train children to accept not freedom, but to accept and anticipate government central planning of our economy and our way of life.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, EdWatch conference, October 10-11, 2003.

On Governor Pawlenty’s “Tax-Free Zones” initiative: “Tax-free zones are meant to be the catalyst to put the final nail in this system to have a state-planned economy.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, EdWatch conference, October 10-11, 2003.

On Governor Pawlenty’s “Tax-Free Zones” initiative: “…it’s all for the planned redistribution of wealth which is also stated in this document, the redistribution of wealth which is based on a new concept called equity. And it says this: we must not lose sight of equity, or fairness based on need. Where have you heard that here, today? From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, EdWatch conference, October 10-11, 2003.

“This is how the government proposes to govern and run centrally-planned economies in our state. Through an organization and entity called MELT (Minnesota Economic and Leadership Team)…Today it’s called MELT, which is exactly, by the way, exactly what will happen to our economy if we put this system into place.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, Edwatch conference, October 10-11, 2003 (Note: The Minnesota Economic Leadership Team (MELT) was an advisory board on economic and workforce policy chaired by Governor Pawlenty.)

"This has nothing to do with you the people and who you elect. We’re chumps, you see. It is MELT who’s going to control the world.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, Edwatch conference, October 10-11, 2003.

On whether GOP Governor Tim Pawlenty and Minnesota elected officials are restructuring school curriculum to replace a free market economy with a state-controlled economy: "I don’t believe for a minute our Governor wants eighth graders choosing careers, I don’t believe for a minute our elected officials want that. But you know what? Everything that I read, all the documents, point otherwise." — Senator Michele Bachmann, Edwatch conference, October 10-11, 2003.
Something else to chew on...



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 08:07 PM
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You are right it's all about showing unity for a common cause...but doing it peacefully.

It's power in numbers and in thought. No violence is needed. People just want their voices heard...they are tired of being ignored.

This is a great step towards that i think!

Let's just hope no ignorant ass people screw it up!



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 08:15 PM
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"Bachman's a hypocrite. What's funny to me is a lot of right wingers who would call anyone who was against the Iraq War traitors are now openly talking about revolution lol. Does anyone else have a problem with this double standard??"


I do not know what his comments were in the past about the Iraqi war, but we must stop firing at each other. Give him credit for being on the right side now. I doubt he would think me a traitor now, even though I knew there were no ‘weapons of mass destruction’ and that the war was all about Iraqis impending move from the dollar to the euro as their standard for oil; that the war in Afghanistan was about the Union oil pipeline to the Indian Ocean. (Ever wonder how two combat brigades deployed within a few weeks of 9/11 when it takes months to prepare for such a large deployment?) We have all made political mistakes, but now is the time to come together and stand against the impending dark.

Yes, going armed to Washington would be stupid, as they would find a way to paint all who did so as evil domestic terrorist. I have a feeling that the first shots will be fired when they attempt to disarm us this year or early next; first attempting to round up the expected trouble makers.


[edit on 3/28/2009 by SGTChas]



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 08:24 PM
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All of the revolutionaries please be advised, we live in a much different society than the many years ago thinking that a revolution or revolutionary war can be localized, first of all this Senator needs to be out of office, I hear people talking about revolutions and armed struggle in the U.S. all the time, the fact of the matter is if something like that happens the people that want it need to find out what it feels like to get your asses on the frontline, dodge bullets and see the death and bloodshed that comes along with the mental picture and the gather around the town square and get your pitchforks mentality, firs of all what are the goals of any revolution and second of all if the revolutionists lose are they willing to pay the price for their foolish miscalculations?

Once there is mass civil unrest and weakness in the U.S. that possibly causes our military forces to focus what little forces are left here that is a perfect opportunity for a foreign power to intervene and then all out world chaos happens, I think when people make up this fantasy scenario in their heads they really don't think of what happens next.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 08:29 PM
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i applaud her........

someone needs to stop kissing their asses when they get here and treat them as the puppets for globilzation and class warfare that they are...



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 09:06 PM
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Many who have either seen or replied to this thread know all too well the horror of war; we have tasted the acid taste of cordite and retched at the smell of death; we have bled. However, we also know that freedom is not free and that if we fail to stand now, our children will curse us for cowards as they live their lives in slavery, or worse.

No, I call not for that I do not know to be the unspeakable last resort, but to ignore the death of all that so many have given their all to preserve, is to be deserving of the same fate of the traitors that are bringing it about. How can we stand idle? How can we stand mute? Is life so dear that to preserve its last breath we would sell the souls of our posterity into the dark of bondage? May it never be so!



[edit on 3/28/2009 by SGTChas]

[edit on 3/28/2009 by SGTChas]



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 09:11 PM
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" Give him credit for being on the right side now. I doubt he would think me a traitor now, even though I knew there were no ‘weapons of mass destruction’ and that the war was all about Iraqis impending move from the dollar to the euro as their standard for oil; that the war in Afghanistan was about the Union oil pipeline to the Indian Ocean. (Ever wonder how two combat brigades deployed within a few weeks of 9/11 when it takes months to prepare for such a large deployment?) "

This I know TOO well. I have friends that were guarding the security of that pipeline within weeks after 9-11.

If I mention this in the 9-11 truth forums it is disregarded.
People can't see the forest for the trees and it is sickening.




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