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Crazy Rep. Michele Bachmann Calls for Armed Revolution

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posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 11:33 PM
reply to post by Doc Velocity

Take note of the posting just below your own. The same of which you are undoubtedly starring right now.

Then go back one or two pages to the email I suggested people send their congressmen demanding that they resign their posts for the same deriliction of duty you are starring right now...

And then tell me that I tremble in my bunny slippers.

I have already drafted the email and I can assure you that I tremble before NO MAN.

I just exercise caution because I understand what sort of treachery these people are capable of. I have seen it.

How DARE you question my will, my intelligence in these matters OR my resolve.

posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 11:38 PM
Thank you for your posts all! Excellent thoughts on this site!
Jay, I understand. But the TARP bill is only one small item
in a growing list of BS. Theres no way to understand it all,
let alone even get to read it before its ram rodded through!
I read in the first bailout where we actually give up our sovergnity
to other nations but its long done now! It was passed under threat
of martial law. The frustration mounts! Bear with us, as I try to do.
Its to be expected, its a rough time for many.
All I can say about Rep. Bachmann is, the peeps are easily "aroused"!

Or is that just roused? What was you sayin bout porn?

Doc, you talk out there sometimes, as we all do,
but you talk with common sense, smarts and passion also!

Prof Emeritus, you have wise words I dang near always agree with also!
I guess if you dont read this, I know I'm on your list too. Thats harsh.

What if they got the answer?

Sgt. Chaos: never met but you seem like a down to earth person
and am enjoying your posts.

Keep up the good work everyone! Respect and peace to U

posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 11:42 PM
reply to post by dodadoom

Thanks for lending an ear!

I was just using the TARP bill for an example.

Like I said, it takes studious behavior to understand this matter. I know you understand.


posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 11:54 PM
reply to post by Jay-in-AR

Thanks Jay for the replies and no prob.
We are all in the same boat. From what I can see, we are all concerned Americans who want the best for the next set of revolutionaries!

It is hard for me because being a Libra I see both sides and weigh each accordingly. We basically all agree were getting screwed, thats enough to agree on, seems to me. Obviously some feel a certain way about how to achieve it. It is stressfull, like I say.
I would have to say, being at the cutting edge of whats really going on in the world, we have a responsibiltiy to get our stuff together and speculate on realistic outcomes of differet scenarios to fix this mess. Obviously the peeps in charge now cant do it. Sorry for my snideness I'm starting to get pissed again! Thanks for putting up with me all and for not ignoring me!

(how rude anyway!)

Man I wish I could type faster and get my point across a little better!
This typing thing blows. Sorry, carry on and thanks again.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:01 AM
reply to post by dodadoom

You haven't said anything worthy of ignoring. Not now or ever, I would say.

If anything you should say more.
If typing is the problem they are starting to put out some pretty good speech recognition software!

It'll only take you eight months of programming and literally reciting every single word in the dictionary to make it work properly. But hey, it is an option.

Don't get me wrong though, I understand the frustration of those I am speaking against here. Hell, I agree with them.

(but to tell me I tremble in my slippers is out of line Doc)

I just say that there is more than meets the eye here and people need to understand this. The Constitution will not fail you, if you follow it.
All the way through.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:05 AM

Originally posted by pteridine
This sounds like a lot of shootouts, to me.

Well, as I've observed in other threads, if only 1% of America's 80+ million gun owners decided to stand and fight when the federal agents come knocking, that would equate to around 800,000 Ruby Ridge incidents all across the nation — and the government would lose, just as they lost at Ruby Ridge. So, yeah, a lot of shootouts unless the government backs off infringing on our Liberties.

Originally posted by pteridine
The rest of your speech made it sound as though the true patriots should decide when enough was enough and be ready to die for what they believed in. This brings up the problem of the bather and bathwater. If the water slowly gets hotter and hotter when will the bather know to get out? When will the rebels decide to act and what will they do? Ask yourself when you would sacrifice your life and the lives of your family without the nagging doubt that maybe you were premature and would die in vain.

Excellent question, and I'm very sure that the socialist cancer in our government will avoid creating an ignition point at all costs — meaning they will avoid direct confrontations with patriots that may be construed as, you know, the shot heard ‘round the world.

I seriously doubt that Paul Revere or Michele Bachmann will come galloping through town exclaiming "The British are coming!" to alert today's patriots. Rather, our increasingly oppressive government will attempt to send up a smokescreen through government regulation of the press (already in the works) and, as I've previously mentioned, by characterizing the patriots as "domestic terrorists," which may not only drive the the general populace away from supporting the patriot movement, but may indeed convert many patriots back into loyal sheep.

The key to knowing the hour and the minute of decisive action lies in open communications between patriots across the nation — and you can bet that fact is the impetus behind so much of the government monitoring and control of cellphone and Internet traffic. If patriots nationwide can organize an effective means of communications off-the-grid and below the radar, then the moment of truth will be in their hands, right. Say, when the government moves on civilians in door-to-door search & seizure operations in St. Louis (only for the sake of example), then the patriots in that town send up the balloon and patriots across the nation go on high alert.

I know, such a scenario entails a lot of organization — but we'd be fools to think such organization doesn't already exist.

— Doc Velocity

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:10 AM

Originally posted by Jay-in-AR
How DARE you question my will, my intelligence in these matters OR my resolve.

I dare because I know there is no room in a revolution for wishy-washiness or cowardice cloaked in "caution"... Frankly, you sound afraid. So, go work on that, and we'll get back to you later.

— Doc Velocity

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:15 AM
reply to post by Doc Velocity
More food fer thought Doc thanks!

This is exactly why I keep 4 Citizen Band Radios, 2 Linear Amplifiers and 6 GMRS Radios on hand.

I'm attempting to talk others around my town into doing the same, in case of a Power/Communication/Media Crisis...

I'm always trying to stay a step ahead...i suggest others consider this also...

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:21 AM
reply to post by Jay-in-AR

I see where you are coming from. We need to rattle and let them know that we are here and if you come any closer we will strike so back off. I'm with you on that.

Honestly, a full scale violent revolution does not peak my interest in a slightest bit. If it comes to that I'm honestly worried about the citizens that don't agree with a certain ideology or view point. Now, I know and realize that no person will be able to just "sit it out" and wait for it to blow over because the government is going to force people that don't want anything to do with it, to be involved.

I understand the consequences of a violent revolution, but I also know that the founding documents of our country will remain intact and this point in history will add to the validity of the documents. The documents were structured in such a way that if a rouge and tyrannical government was to ever come to power they would never be able to seize complete control without massive bloodshed, and then they would fail.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:21 AM
reply to post by Doc Velocity

You have no idea what I have endured as a result of the wreckless abandon of these traitors.

My urging for people to use caution in these matters comes directly from the founding document of this nation itself.
Your remarks are insulting.

I would hate to have to use my ignore function for the second time.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:23 AM
reply to post by Hastobemoretolife

Precisely my point.

These things should be exercised ONLY under the utmost caution and only as a matter of utter necessity.

To blindly follow the words of a woman who has done nothing herself (as this is her job) to remedy these matters gives me grave concerns and MORE than enough reason for pause in this situation.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:26 AM
Thanks for the nice sentiments and encouragement, Jay!
It is intimidating to even jump in sometimes.
As much as I am jealous of some posts I think
I'll just stick to typing for now.

I agree with Doc that we will have to face our freedom someday,
whether its at our front door or on the steps in DC.
As much hope as I have, its not enough that I don't see it
possibly coming to that someday.
The screw gets turned tighter...

P.S. That was kinda harsh though Doc...
I think you may have misunderstood him. IMO

[edit on 29-3-2009 by dodadoom]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:33 AM
reply to post by dodadoom

Some day maybe. But that is not this day.

That is not this day.
I would much rather work towards fixing this mess through sheer will of voice, rather than sheer will of lead.

If people don't agree. Grab a piece and go shoot it.

Nobody has answered why this woman hasn't been fillabustering these bills in the first place.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:36 AM
Ron Paul for president... of Texas.

Norris for VP.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:38 AM
reply to post by Jay-in-AR

I don't remember who said it, but there are three steps to getting things done when it comes to an overbearing government:

1) The Soapbox
2) The Ballot Box
3) The Ammo Box

The second one already got used this past election cycle and many others before it. We are utilizing the second one now, just not at the scale it needs to be utilized. The third one is coming after that.

I'm not scared, but people need to realize that if a full scale revolution breaks out it is going to be a cross of a French Revolution and an American Revolution and it is going to be like nothing ever seen in history.

We are in uncharted waters and the waters are full of depth charges and mines and we don't even know so much what the weaknesses of them are or brand, and not even where they are at, and even beyond that the size of the field.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:41 AM
reply to post by Hastobemoretolife

Those three are flawed when it applies to "The American Way".

The ballot box doesn't work. Bush vs. Gore proved that much...

So what do you do to replace number 2?
You make your voice MUCH, MUCH LOUDER. We haven't done that yet.
And it is what we need to do before we fire our pea shooters.
I'll tell you why, because they have rockets.

As I said way back. We need a massive email campaign to our representatives. We need to be on the phone with them daily.

Lets get going folks!

[edit on 29-3-2009 by Jay-in-AR]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:45 AM
To the asshole calling me a coward:

You have my word. If we can get every concerned person on this website to send an ultimatum type email to their representative and the message isn't sent that we don't want to throw them out with lead, I will literally draft a plan of action to move against them in force.

I've been trained to draft such plans, by the way.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:46 AM
reply to post by Jay-in-AR

The ballot box is broke and it has been broke for a long time so I believe we can toss that one out. Its time to change the order a little bit number one should be the ballot box, then the soapbox.

The question I have is will our troops when they get wind will they pack up and come home. After all if USA gets taken over they are fighting for cause that they didn't sign up for.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:54 AM
reply to post by Hastobemoretolife

Thanks for you posts!
I think the country has already been taken over,
it's just no one has bothered to tell them yet.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:54 AM
reply to post by Jay-in-AR
Not to jump in the middle of a mine field, but, when prey tell will they get to read these E-mails and talk on the phone to us...I suspect their receptionists have either given up answering...ignore the ranting screaming caller or use a voice-mail-box...worthless...

Seems everyone of them are tied up in hearings and meetings or over seas at meaningless conferences...ploting their next moves...

A few might get through...but I fear they're just to busy doing our business (giving us the business), to be bothered by such things...sorry...

[edit on 3/29/2009 by Hx3_1963]

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