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We The People to Barack Obama and the rest of the bastards in DC

03 Jan

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This video may make you cheer, it might even make you clap your hands.

We’re gonna get these bastards.

video.   00:05:18

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=JVAhr4hZDJE&vq=medium#t=19

 

8 responses to “We The People to Barack Obama and the rest of the bastards in DC

  1. Jim

    January 3, 2011 at 7:29 PM

    Gotta disagree with you on this one Al, I have been lied to my whole life by every authority(including the We The People type). The symphany of bullshit woven by the the great deceiver makes me comprehend Dick Simkanin’s “I’m tired” like you and few others will recognize. Mr. Obama is a symptom of a body politic that like Samuels time rejected the duty to behave. You can plug another body in the proverbial office (change baby) and count the seconds until the bitchin begins. I have no doubt the Creator can handle all authorities but until his help is invoked, “I’m tired” comes to mind. If We The People can’t grasp the two simple commandments, the Ten Commandments should leave little ambiguity. This video points out Obama’s faults which is ironic. I am surprised you didn’t point out We The People need to “Change”. Jim

     
  2. Luke

    January 4, 2011 at 2:42 AM

    Sorry. But the video is silly Main-stream rubbish. Besides, the flag shown is a merchant flag not a national flag and the bald eagle is a (marine) coastal seabird. Yep, that’s coffee you’re smelling. Otherwise luv your blog Al.

    — For common people, about whom Jefferson concerned himself with what seemed to Hamilton sheer demagoguery, he felt only contempt. Their virtues and capacities he had no faith in. “I am not much attached to the majesty of the multitude,” he said during the debate over the Constitution, “and waive all pretensions (founded on such conduct) to their countenance.” His notorious comment—which the American democracy has never forgiven him, “The people!—the people is a great beast!”—was characteristically frank. Hamilton was no demagogue and nothing was plainer to his logic than the proposition that if the people possessed the capacity to rule, their weight of numbers would give them easy mastery; whereas their yielding to the domination of the gifted few proves their incapacity. A wise statesman, therefore, will consider the people no further than to determine how government may be least disturbed by their factional discontent, and kept free to pursue a logical program. Under a republican form of good government is difficult to maintain, but not impossible. The people are easily deceived and turned aside from their purpose; like children they are diverted by toys; but if they become unruly they must be punished. Too much is at stake in government for them to be permitted to muddle policies. —

     
    • Luke

      January 4, 2011 at 3:21 AM

      Mrs. Smith: After all, the Preamble is really no part of the Constitution, is it? I am no lawyer, but my father was a lawyer and he warned me, in my youth, when he was coaching me on the Constitution for a high-school test, that the Preamble was just a pleasing introduction not binding on anybody in the government or outside.

      “No power to enact any statute is derived from the Preamble.”

      “Although the preamble is not a source of power for any department of the Federal Government, the Supreme Court has often referred to it as evidence of the origin, scope, and purpose of the Constitution.”

      “But a preamble is not a part of an act, in the sense that its language controls that used in the body of the act.”

      —If we recall the history of the adoption of the Articles of Confederation, we realize that they covered a situation where the States not only voted as States, but where it was impossible to amend them without the unanimous consent of all the States. Of course, always back of these States loomed that intangible entity, “the people ”——two words that politicians and even statesmen like to roll under their tongues. Concretely and individually applied, it means to every ear that hears it and every eye that sees it in print: YOU. Nothing so flatters mankind as to hear that we are at once the source and end of all power——the court of last resort. But each of us knows that alone he is powerless to do anything. Discounting, therefore, the universal flattery of “I, the people ” (a flattery common alike to the tailors of Tooley Street when they said, “we, the people of London,” and to Louis the Fourteenth, when he said, “I am the state”) and forgetting for the moment that no very great importance was attached by those who framed the Constitution to the words, “We, the people of the United States,” in the preamble of the Constitution, and getting down to a practical construction of this most comprehensive clause in the Tenth Amendment, our first inquiry is, who did delegate certain powers to the United States?—

       
      • adask

        January 4, 2011 at 4:44 AM

        The Preamble to a LAW may be of no consequence. The Preamble to a TRUST may express the fundamental purpose or purposes to be carried out by the remainder of the trust indenture. I believe that the Constitution is a trust. I believe that all the powers granted in that trust document can only be lawfully used for the PURPOSES presented in the Preamble.
        If I’m right, you can bet your bottom FRN that the government wants desperately to convince the people that the Preamble is just so much “introductory” but irrelevant text.

         
    • adask

      January 4, 2011 at 4:49 AM

      I agree. The video has several technical and/or legal flaws that I don’t like. Nevertheless, my point is that it’s inspiring. Motivating. It gets my blood pumping and I assume it may have a similar effect on others. If there’s going to be a revolution in this country, it will ultimately depend on that which is “inspiring” moreso than on that which is technically correct. I praise the video from a political rather than “legal” perspective.
      Politics makes strange bedfellows–and strange videos, too.

       
  3. i.c.

    July 30, 2011 at 12:07 AM

    This country was founded on the defaming, enslaving and slaughtering innocent people ….the whole continent was !! before the Puritans showed up…. it is was free !! ….and people, communities thrived !! there was nothing called war…there was no prisons…there was no hunger …there was no disease ! there were no orphanage…no homeless…no schemes to screw your fellow man …no banks…no pollution of the earth, air or water…there was only more then 100 million people living in harmony with nature / the land and giving thanks to GOD for it !!!

    and now the descendents of these barbarians who destroyed these peaceful harmonious people …call themselves patriots !! May GOD have mercy on us all for the crimes against humanity we allow still to this day !! The meek makes an easy target

     
  4. i.c.

    July 30, 2011 at 12:10 AM

    Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to talk, think and act for myself…and I will obey every law or submit to the penalty.

    Chief Joseph – 1890

     
  5. BELOWZERO

    August 3, 2011 at 1:34 PM

    As long as Oligarchs control U.S. politics, it’s economy, it’s media, and it’s thinking, there WILL BE NO CHANGE!
    Go to the heart of the matter. Consider the source. LOOK at the Billion-Aires. THERE is where your trouble starts. THERE is where your change starts…

     

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