The article on May Day and the Occupy movement is such a contradiction in terms.
Those who wish to protest the 1 percent are able to organize and communicate their messages because the 1 percent created the technology they use. That 1 percent employs, directly or indirectly, those protesters who actually have jobs. That 1 percent pays more than their fair share so that 49 percent don’t have to pay a single dime to the IRS.
Carol T. Williams
Regarding “Lawmaker’s ‘how to slap Washington’ strategy” – as Virginia goes, so goes the nation?
The sovereign state of Virginia rises to confront the despotism harboring on the banks of the Potomac. The Washington establishment, circling the Constitution and the states like jackals, flashed their razor-sharp fangs in the NDAA (monstrous offspring of Carl Levin, John McCain and Obama). But Virginia – the birthplace of Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence – reacted swiftly to federal usurpation and abuse of po ... continue reading »
Why are you promoting an “escape” for Obama? ["Film: President's father not Barack Obama"] By promoting a different father for him, you are providing an opportunity for him to prove that he IS a natural born citizen, born of two Americans. Wouldn’t he get citizenship from his father, then, even if he were born in Kenya? Why would his grandmother claim she witnessed his birth in Kenya, if the senior Obama were not his father? Aren’t you undercutting Jerome Corsi’s argument?
I think you should drop the irrelevant story about an American commi ... continue reading »
Dear Joseph, You really p— me off when you seemingly are being critical of Mitt Romney. The following is what I just read in the WND email I just received: “Left to the devices of the Republican Party and its nominee, Barack Obama is a shoo-in for re-election, says Joseph Farah, editor and founder of WND”.
Your negative comments don’t help our chances to defeat Obama, but I get the feeling you don’t care about anything but lining you own pockets. Mitt Romney is the only person that campaigned for the Republican nomination that has a chance to beat Obama. Any one of the four others, Newt and Rick an ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Farah: I just read the new WND story “GOP lawmaker: Eligibility too scary to take on.”
It needs to be made clear to these “leaders” that if (or since) they do not have the courage to do their jobs, they are not qualified to hold their jobs. We don’t elect them to be chickens. (I’m being polite).
Evidently, they would rather lose their society than have a constitutional crisis.
As this Kirk Adams guy skated around, at least he was honest about the fact that he was skating around, but that’s no ... continue reading »
What in the hell is the matter with this country? And why on earth are Republicans such wimps? ["GOP lawmaker: Eligibility too scary to take on"]. A constitutional crisis is precisely what this country needs at this time to clear the air well before the election.
Do these weak Repubs think we ought to ignore this issue altogether and go on another four years not knowing anything for sure about this man Soetoro/Obama? And what about Rubio? He is not eligible, either.
It looks like the constitutional aspect of the eligibility issue is being completely ignored ... continue reading »