RE: If This Be War.....
....then why don’t you get your guns out and declare civil war. -- Tim [the 58 year-old Democrat who can't format a paragraph for squadoo]
It could come to that. It all depends.
[A little rebellion now and then is a good thing. - Thomas Jefferson]
P.S. After 27 years in the infantry, I think I'm capable. And I certainly have an obligation to uphold the Constitution of the United States....against ALL enemies....foreign AND domestic.
P.P.S. And, interestingly enough, the oath of office that an officer in the United States Armed Forces takes does not include a requirement to "....obey the President of the United States and the officers appointed over...." him.
An interesting omission, that. Don't you think?Comment Posted By Chuck Pelto On 14.10.2008 @ 10:41
TO: Rick Moran, et al.
Civics 101 people; the guy who gets the most votes, wins. -- Rick Moran
I do believe that it depends on whether or not the 'votes' are legitimate. Don't you think....
P.S. Way back when I suggested that with all the talk from the so-called 'liberals' and 'progressives' about how the 2000 election was 'stolen', these people were projecting.
And based on their faulty belief, they were going to claim justification for attempting the same in 2008.
Looks like I'm correct.....Comment Posted By Chuck Pelto On 14.10.2008 @ 08:39
RE: Judging Thinks
"If you are CERTAIN that based on Rev. Wright’s sickening commentary that Barack Obama would be a President that agrees with Wright’s vomit-worthy pronouncements, then you are prejudiced. There’s as much to point to that indicates the opposite of that, as there is that would indicate that he actually is radicalized alongside Wright." -- MikeDevx
Hardly. Senator Obama sat through all the vitriol for 20 years. One can surmise, rather effectively, that he either agreed with what the 'good' Reverend was saying or he was balancing his checkbook at the time. Or maybe he was simple 'asleep'.
There's no 'prejudice' in any of those thoughts. Simple observation. And it has nothing to do with his skin color either.
So....what's your point? Are you projecting 'prejudice' or something else?
P.S. I'd see some Aryan Nation character who attended the 'good' reverend Phelps' church in the same manner.
Was he asleep or what?Comment Posted By Chuck Pelto On 23.06.2008 @ 15:06
TO: b, et al.
"How ironic too that a disturbingly high number of Obama’s supporters—not McCain’s—are voting based on nothing more than race." -- b
That is another key indicator of being a 'racist'; if you base your vote on the race or ethnic background of a candidate, for or against.
Chuck(le)Comment Posted By Chuck Pelto On 21.06.2008 @ 16:28
[The Truth will out.]
TO: Rick Moran, et al.
RE: I Won't Work
This attempt at a pre-emptive strike is futile. Worse, it only opened up the 'race' issue in this campaign.
Furthermore, it reinforces my observation that the REAL 'racists' are the ones who throw that card first. He would have been better advised NOT to have mentioned first; waiting for the opposition to be so stupid as to mention it.
Therefore, as I see it, HE is the real racist here.
Chuck(leComment Posted By Chuck Pelto On 21.06.2008 @ 16:25
[It's called 'projection'.]