Anarchists Have Taken Over Congress! - Harry Reid

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posted on Sep, 12 2013 @ 11:58 PM
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This is like one of those lists where everybody discusses who's bringing the soda and the cupcakes. I can appreciate that. You can put me down for copywriting, design support, general strategy, and napkins. I'm not pounding the pavement for nobody. Start a non-profit, get some money, call Huma.

C'mon, you're tellin me you never had a tupperware party?


Sure thing, thanks again for your support!

Huma might be bad for PR right now, maybe for phase 2?




posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:01 AM
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I should have said "copywriting, design support, napkins, and general strategy". I regret that I failed to make the third of four things the joke, instead of the fourth thing, which kind of doesn't work. I regret the error.

Well, it's impolite for a lady to be sarcastic in public anyway.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:03 AM
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bigfatfurrytexan
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Madam Secretary, you have never been known for your punchlines.

Its OK, the icequeen bringeth cred to the organization.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:07 AM
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As soon as laws are necessary for men, they are no longer fit for freedom.

That's good, hadn't heard that one from Pythagoras!

There's no thumbs up emoticon anymore!



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 12:24 PM
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bigfatfurrytexan
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Madam Secretary, you have never been known for your punchlines.


Oh, I beg to differ...




posted on Sep, 15 2013 @ 11:54 PM
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stormdancer777

ProfessorChaos
Harry Reid is a blithering idiot.

The only problem? People listen to him.


He does blither
I do a good imitation.

I have to give him credit though, he inspired my epiphany. Who says he is good for nothing, I will have to send him a 'thank you' card.




posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 12:30 AM
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No Nazis have taken over the Government and Harry Reid is one of them. These scumbags who disgrace the American people and do not listen to us anymore need to be removed from power by any means necessary. D.C. needs an Enema before the whole country falls according to their plans. A million man lynch mob comes to mind!



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 01:59 AM
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greencmp

stormdancer777

ProfessorChaos
Harry Reid is a blithering idiot.

The only problem? People listen to him.


He does blither
I do a good imitation.

I have to give him credit though, he inspired my epiphany. Who says he is good for nothing, I will have to send him a 'thank you' card.


Some people exist for the sole purpose of being living examples of what rational people should not be.



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 02:54 AM
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There is a reason we are conditioned to associate anarchy with chaos and lawlessness. The elites fear it oh so much. Scott Noble (Metanoia films) had started a project to bring some clarity on the subject to our suffering humanity. I am not sure of the state of the project but there was a sneak-peek made available that I found here Anarkos Pre-Trailer. It is worth a few moments of your time.



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 12:47 PM
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veubiah
There is a reason we are conditioned to associate anarchy with chaos and lawlessness. The elites fear it oh so much. Scott Noble (Metanoia films) had started a project to bring some clarity on the subject to our suffering humanity. I am not sure of the state of the project but there was a sneak-peek made available that I found here Anarkos Pre-Trailer. It is worth a few moments of your time.

Hmmm, I just checked it out and I am uncomfortable with some parts of that video.

The apparent scrubbing of the terminology by Howard Zinn smacks of so-called "real" socialism worship. I fully expect to hear at some point about how anarchy could be 'organized' for the betterment of mankind, blah, blah, etc.

What I am advocating, for lack of a better word here, is anarcho-capitalism or as I prefer, individualism. Also, as I have said, while I am now comfortable enough with it to be able to honestly demand it, my ultimate goal here remains the restoration of our constitutional republic. I just think that we need to demand anarchy in order to demonstrate that nothing less than a minarchist republic will suffice if we are to find a balance between the best interests of the individual and the best interests of the collective. Individual freedom first, collective order second or not at all.
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posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 12:55 PM
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Patriotsrevenge
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No Nazis have taken over the Government and Harry Reid is one of them. These scumbags who disgrace the American people and do not listen to us anymore need to be removed from power by any means necessary. D.C. needs an Enema before the whole country falls according to their plans. A million man lynch mob comes to mind!


geez....another thread/post advocating the overthrow of our government, maybe that's why people don't listen to you anymore.



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 01:13 PM
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xuenchen



“People who don’t believe in government — and that’s what the Tea Party is all about — are winning, and that’s a shame.”



The commies like Harry will use all available tactics to smear.

Even changing meanings of known words are not beneath them.
{ actually nothing is beneath them because they're already bottom feeders }

Thank God we still have a few politicians that understand economics.

And even a few that know corruption when they see it.

Sorry Harry.

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Smear tactics??? You mean like calling someone who isn't, a communist. Typical republican hypocrisy. Do you even know what a communist is?



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 01:52 PM
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geez....another thread/post advocating the overthrow of our government, maybe that's why people don't listen to you anymore.

Not at all, I advocate for the grassroots deprecation and elimination of official power and officials through peaceful local legislative action. With animosity toward none and liberty for all, we can minimize coercive power and gradually achieve a balance between individual freedom and collective order.

As we proceed up the beanstalk toward the giants they will likely be a lot more accommodating to the needs of the American people. It is then that we must be vigilant because it will be tempting to accept their assurances of good behavior but, only a lack of capability will be sufficient guarantee against misconduct.

If you don't want to listen, it is a free blog, if you do, I suggest you read my thread.
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posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 11:54 PM
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If what Harry says is true then maybe he needs to do some soul searching to understand why the peasants are revolting and electing these folks to represent them.



posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 11:55 PM
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I wish.



posted on Sep, 26 2013 @ 07:25 AM
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onequestion
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I wish.

I think we all do and, if wishing is an indication of a willingness and desire for something, I am confident that its realization is indeed possible. Having concluded that, I see no reason why we cannot achieve the restoration of our constitutional republic.



posted on Sep, 26 2013 @ 08:33 AM
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Reid is right in saying the problem is with anarchists in the House and Senate. And his usage of anarchists is correct in that rule breakers, scofflaws and just plain old miscreants are causing havoc with the system. However Reid has misidentified the anarchists in this case.

The Rule of Law for the Federal Government is the Constitution. Every thing that can be done is listed. If the Federal Government wants to do something not listed, then they have to follow the amendment process to change the Constitution. For example: NSA warrantless spying on the American people needs to go through the amendment process because it violates the Fourth Amendment. Congress recently put it to a simple majority vote to "check and see if it was legal" That is an example of anarchy because the Rule of Law is not being followed.

Another example would be Obamacare. The Federal Government does not have the granted power to force the People to purchase of anything. And the passage of it was by simple majority 219-212 to be exact. So even a vote of such Constitutional matters wasn't subject to a 2/3 vote? Anarchy indeed.

But while we are clarifying terms, let's look at the word republican (lower case 'R' intended). A republican a person who is an advocate of a republic, a form of government that is not a monarchy or dictatorship, the people are fairly represented and is generally associated with the rule of law. So Reid, is using the term anarchist in describing that which is a republican. Which pretty much makes Reid's thought to be that of someone that believes in aristocracy, oligarchy or plutocracy. All of which are rule by an Elite Class: be it nobility, selected few (usually military) or by select wealthy people respectively. None of which are congruent to the Constitutional Republic that is the US. But when even when Obama calls the US a Constitutional Democracy, I think it is clear as to whom the real anarchists are within the House and Senate. After all, an anarchist society that is being ruled would have to be technically an Oligarchy for the governing body.

Simply put, Reid is the anarchist. His habit of shelving bills from the House until they expire, placing bills under cloister so that the Senate may not operate under standard rules and acting as watchdog and protectionist of the Obama Administration eliminates the most basic distillation of the Constitution: Checks and Balances so that tyrannical cannot concentrated.

We the People have gone from citizens to subjects. Maybe it is time for a new Declaration of Independence.

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posted on Sep, 26 2013 @ 09:11 AM
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Ahabstar
Reid is right in saying the problem is with anarchists in the House and Senate. And his usage of anarchists is correct in that rule breakers, scofflaws and just plain old miscreants are causing havoc with the system. However Reid has misidentified the anarchists in this case.

The Rule of Law for the Federal Government is the Constitution. Every thing that can be done is listed. If the Federal Government wants to do something not listed, then they have to follow the amendment process to change the Constitution. For example: NSA warrantless spying on the American people needs to go through the amendment process because it violates the Fourth Amendment. Congress recently put it to a simple majority vote to "check and see if it was legal" That is an example of anarchy because the Rule of Law is not being followed.

Another example would be Obamacare. The Federal Government does not have the granted power to force the People to purchase of anything. And the passage of it was by simple majority 219-212 to be exact. So even a vote of such Constitutional matters wasn't subject to a 2/3 vote? Anarchy indeed.

But while we are clarifying terms, let's look at the word republican (lower case 'R' intended). A republican a person who is an advocate of a republic, a form of government that is not a monarchy or dictatorship, the people are fairly represented and is generally associated with the rule of law. So Reid, is using the term anarchist in describing that which is a republican. Which pretty much makes Reid's thought to be that of someone that believes in aristocracy, oligarchy or plutocracy. All of which are rule by an Elite Class: be it nobility, selected few (usually military) or by select wealthy people respectively. None of which are congruent to the Constitutional Republic that is the US. But when even when Obama calls the US a Constitutional Democracy, I think it is clear as to whom the real anarchists are within the House and Senate. After all, an anarchist society that is being ruled would have to be technically an Oligarchy for the governing body.

Simply put, Reid is the anarchist. His habit of shelving bills from the House until they expire, placing bills under cloister so that the Senate may not operate under standard rules and acting as watchdog and protectionist of the Obama Administration eliminates the most basic distillation of the Constitution: Checks and Balances so that tyrannical cannot concentrated.

We the People have gone from citizens to subjects. Maybe it is time for a new Declaration of Independence.
edit on 26-9-2013 by Ahabstar because: (no reason given)


Your misunderstanding of the term is quite common, in fact, I hadn't understood it correctly myself! I had a preparatory thread leading up to this one that explores the origins and various dubious exegeses of the word itself:

Who Are the Real Anarchists?

Also, there is more to this line of thought than it may appear by skimming this thread. My ultimate assertion is that only by demanding anarcho-capitalism (for lack of a better word here) that we may 'settle' for the restoration of our constitutional republic.

I suggest that we should use the strategies of the progressives to achieve our goal since they have demonstrated their astounding effectiveness.
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