“The American people have been too submissive”

Saturday, November 20, 2010
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Ron Paul on the House floor.

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8 Responses to “The American people have been too submissive”

  1. liberranter says:

    November 21st, 2010 at 6:47 pm

    I’d sooner stare at an hour’s worth of black screen on my television, with white noise as background sound, than to watch even so much as 60 seconds of either CSPAN channel, so whoever collects these YouTube segments of Ron on the House floor is doing us all a real public service. That said, can anyone masochistic enough to watch CSPAN for hours on end tell us what the normal reaction on the House floor is, if any, following Ron’s injections of common sense into that body’s “debate?” Whenever he speaks I can only imagine the reaction of the rest of that gang of criminal scumbags off-camera consists of eye rolling, sneers, groans, or other juvenile behavior we’d expect from a pack of sociopathic misfits with double-digit IQs and the attention spans of houseflies. Can anyone confirm or deny this?

  2. Iluvatar says:

    November 21st, 2010 at 11:16 pm

    @ Liber:

    DUDE!!

    Hitting WAY TOO many chords here:

    Will try to tackle a few:

    1) As to your issue regarding their response? OF COURSE they are rollig their eyes – count on it! Jeannie Queenie had an excellent catch of Judge Napolitiano’s video that she threw up when we were discussing the viabilibility of the US Constitution – it is about in May-July this year. The key takeaway was this – NO ONE in Congress gives a rat’s you know what about the Big C – period! Anything they are about is increased control! Period – and that includes the TSA – in their efforts to “HELP US”.

    2) I think Ron Paul is my last hero. While I find his Austrian view somewaht comfortable I can not agree to his view of a pegged currency (defense issues), and I find the “inflation is right around the corner” stuff a fear-mongering event in light of our fiat, sovereign -owned, world reserve currency system. I am getting really tired of the Austrians not understanding velocity of money – or – the Feds Central Bank open market tricks (QE1 and QE2). But he is still my hero!!!!

    3) His statements as the bovine behavior of our species is BANG ON to Hayek (won’t repeat him a 5th time!!). This is what socialism does to you fellas!

    It dumbs you down to a piece of SHIITE man!!!!

    You stop taking responsibility for you and you ask the Fed Gov to take care of EVERYTHING else (and you know by now how that works out, right? RIGHT????????).

    That is what he is truly railing about – an american society that REFUSES to STAND UP to the idiocy of these POS Fords who sit in DC.

    Hey guys? Revolt is not as hard as you might think – THERE IS HOPE.

    It comes with an increasing awareness and a desire to be FREE!

    The “TEA” Party is just a step (one I am not sure I agree with – but!).

    But it is important as we REVOLT against a Fed Gov that has WAY OVERSTEPPED THEIR BOUNDS!!!

    When you know this, you will know the way…

    Did not do a spelling check – and hey? boss? that’s only 1 frickin’ post hoss (just `cause you don’t like my music selections does not allow you to do this to me – DUDE@!). (not going to say what I am going to do next)

  3. Jeannie Queenie says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 12:39 am

    Liberranter…as a former cspan junkie, I can say that you just about have it right. That is, when any congressman with more intelligence than the left, offers anything of substance, they simply ignore him. This has happened so many times that I simply had to cut out watching it. Blood pressure would kick up a few notches. There is a mindset that prevails on the hill…if you are not a democrat and a liberal at that, if you speak and use words that have more than four letters, if you actually know what the hell you are talking about and can back it up, if you can prove how your opponent is so full of it, and most of all, if you make any reference whatsover to the Constitution or other documents, you can surely count on these ignoramus’s to sit there with their eyes shut and fingers in their ears refusing to hear or see any evidence being presented.
    Basically anyone with more than half a brain is shut out of any discussion by these twits…incontrovertible proof was at the hearings on the healthcare bill. When ever any Republican offered another way to deal with the program, they were totally ignored. Then the dems eventually would cry that the other party had no suggestions. See that enough and you want to put your fist through your tube…but seeing as I have a new flat screen and don’t want it destroyed, I refuse to watch these morons at all.

  4. Winston Smith says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 3:30 am

    Typically these sorts of things happen in an empty chamber. I used to watch CSPAN and at times they’ll scan the gallery and there’s nobody there. The windbags stand up and go on for hours with nobody in there except the House clerks and then they can say the introduced/protested/supported this-or-that to Congress.

  5. liberranter says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 9:05 am

    if you speak and use words that have more than four letters, if you actually know what the hell you are talking about and can back it up, if you can prove how your opponent is so full of it, and most of all, if you make any reference whatsover to the Constitution or other documents, you can surely count on these ignoramus’s to sit there with their eyes shut and fingers in their ears refusing to hear or see any evidence being presented.
    Basically anyone with more than half a brain is shut out of any discussion by these twits…

    Substitute the word “Constitution” for the phrase “sound business practices” or “sound engineering processes” and what you wrote above could describe any given “meeting” anywhere in corporate Amerika (I’m sure Karen will back me up on that).

    Thank you, Jeannie and Winston, for confirming what I already suspected. Jeannie, I don’t think it’s so much a “Republican versus Democrat” issue, although since the Dems control the House, it’s a certainty that Ron is largely marginalized and ignored. The real divide, the only one of any importance, is between those “representatives” (I use that term VERY loosely) who understand, respect, abide by, and craft legislation in accordance with that “goddamned piece of paper” and those who don’t. This means of course that Ron Paul is the ONLY real Representative in either house of congress and is the LONE DEFENDER of the Constitution. What does THAT say for the state of the nation?

  6. Jeannie Queenie says:

    November 23rd, 2010 at 10:58 pm

    @Iluvatar….LMAO when i read this from you….”Jeannie Queenie had an excellent catch of Judge Napolitiano’s video that she threw up when we were discussing the viabilibility of the US Constitution”….you got that right man….anything with
    Napolitiano would make you THROW UP TOO…:) It struck me that you could interpret that sentence two ways.
    Wow, there is nothing wrong with your memory Iluvatar if you recall posts going way back to May/June…doing better than me.

    You go on to say, ”
    The “TEA” Party is just a step (one I am not sure I agree with – but!).” Speaking as one who was a member since the start of the year and attending meetings and events/rallies, I recently dropped out because I didn’t like the direction they were going…too much emphasis on getting the right Republican in for the midterm elections. I refused to be running up to the State house pinkslipping Courtney along with other juvenile activities that they planned..Long story short, for all the time, energy and gas money put in for the last 7-8 months, not one of the candidates they wanted was voted in.

    The worse part however is that one of our members is a bonafide Libertarian who was running for Congress..this guy knows the Constitution inside and out along with all the other documents of founding fathers. I learned that the state has screwed him over three times at elections by not recording his votes. Upshot of that was any of us who voted for him had to write an affidavit stating we voted for him as a Libertarian candidate, sign it and get notarized and send in. Right now, he is taking this to the Supreme Court as something is funny with the system as it stands when votes mysteriously aren’t applied if the person is a Libertarian.

    Dan recently have a seminar on the Court System…what I learned on a Saturday afternoon would raise the hairs on your arms about just how crooked and rigged the system really is…but at least we are learning just how to represent ourselves iin a courtroom and what statutes, etc we can refer to in any number of cases. It was so good that I am eagerly looking forward to his part II.

    @Libberanter…good observation here and spot on for sure.

    “Substitute
    the word “Constitution” for the phrase “sound business practices” or “sound engineering processes” and what you wrote above could describe any given “meeting” anywhere in corporate Amerika”—-love that ka on amerika! Put two of those ka’s together and you can smell the sht they’re burying us in!

  7. Jeannie Queenie says:

    November 23rd, 2010 at 11:26 pm

    If as Ron Paul says the American people have been too submissive, the day could come that they will be forced into submission. The FCC will vote in December to take over the Internet…talk about an ominous foreboding of things to come.

    And most economically destructive of all – it appears The Chairman will try to impose Net Neutrality not just on wired broadband Internet service – but on wireless “smart phones” as well.

    This would be a titanic overreach by The Chairman – and an immense blow to the economy. The uncertainty caused just by The Chairman’s prolonged flirtation with the Media Marxists and their ridiculous Internet notions has already cost us billions of dollars in private sector Web investment.

    The cost in investment dollars and jobs lost when Net Neutrality is actually imposed will be cataclysmic.”

    I heard today just as Malaysia’s head decided he will allow his people the internet unfettered (he had thought about restricting access), we take a gigantic step backward for mankind if the FCC gets their way!

    http://biggovernment.com/smotley/2010/11/23/its-official-the-fcc-will-vote-to-take-over-the-internet-in-december/

  8. Iluvatar says:

    November 24th, 2010 at 3:34 pm

    @ JQ & LIber

    Quick correction. There are TWO Napolitanos.

    The one I was referring to used to be the chief justice of the State (supreme?) court of New Jersey, author of: “The Constitution in Exile”.

    This dude is radiation hardened. JQ’s referral to him in the video was a very great watch wherein he recounted a conversation w/ a member of Congress who basically said “nothing we do here (in Congress) has anything to do with the Constitution”.

    The other Napolitano (female) from Arizona (that Liber was referring to) is a walking disaster and an embarrassment to species home sapiens – actually, she may be correctly classified as a mutation.

    Now here’s a thought?

    Karen, do you think she should be in the 1st issue of the TSA centerfold?

    Per M Terry, now I am really crossing my legs hard…

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