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  1. "government forces were compelled to withdraw" , HMMMM, "72 were killed and more than 200 injured". Massachusetts Governor Thomas Gage declared that the extremist faction, which was made up of local citizens, has links to the radical right-wing tax protest movement. This is how the American Revolution began, April 20, 1775 Same stuff. People are tired of the bullshat.
















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  2. Hahaha......forget I ever labeled anybody sheep.  I changed my mind.....the term is sharks.  Feeding frenzy in the conspiracy chum waters.  I love how the video was cropped at certain times to provide misconceptions.  Produced by haters that will stop at nothing, even insignificant fodder, to do whatever it takes to discredit the president.  Hook, line and sinker......enjoy!!! :lol:  :shakehead:  Youtube gold.  Hahaha


    GO RV, then BV 

    Ya gotta admit, who stands behind the President at a speech with hair like that. Debbie Wasserman Shultze  would never approve. Good Lord! Wash the oil out! What a sham to say the least. Poor destitute lady. Sickening display. Even worse, people actually believe this crap.

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  3. Man, what's next with these people. All complete and total failures at everything they do. Can you imagine what Government must have looked like without the advent of the internet and mass communication. Follow the news feeds on the the AHA roll out. That's where we're at today. If you're comfortable with it, then put em back in office. Go ahead and do it. What an illusion the Administration is. They couldn't organize a decent BLT that didn't cost a Billion dollars. How much more can you take? Please!!!!!!!!, yet, everybody loves O. It's beyond me. Slay.

  4. 'De-Americanised' world needed after US shutdown: China media

    AFP - 13 October 2013

    Beijing (AFP) - While US politicians grapple with how to reopen their shuttered government and avoid a potentially disastrous default on their debt, the world should consider 'de-Americanising', a commentary on China's official news agency said Sunday.

    "As US politicians of both political parties (fail to find a) viable deal to bring normality to the body politic they brag about, it is perhaps a good time for the befuddled world to start considering building a de-Americanised world," the commentary on state news agency Xinhua said.

    In a lengthy polemic against American hegemony since World War two, it added: "Such alarming days when the destinies of others are in the hands of a hypocritical nation have to be terminated.

    "A new world order should be put in place, according to which all nations, big or small, poor or rich, can have their key interests respected and protected on an equal footing."

    Negotiations over how to end the budgetary impasse have shifted to the US Senate after House Representatives failed to strike a deal with President Obama on extending borrowing authority ahead of an October 17 deadline.

    Beijing has in recent days issued warnings as well as appeals for a deal, all the while emphasising the inseparable economic ties that bind the world's two biggest economies.

    "The cyclical stagnation in Washington for a viable bipartisan solution over a federal budget and an approval for raising debt ceiling has again left many nations' tremendous dollar assets in jeopardy and the international community highly agonised," said the commentary.

    China is the biggest foreign holder of US Treasury bonds, worth a total of $1.28 trillion according to US government data.

    "Instead of honouring its duties as a responsible leading power, a self-serving Washington has abused its superpower status and introduced even more chaos into the world by shifting financial risks overseas," but equally stoked "regional tensions amid territorial disputes, and fighting unwarranted wars under the cover of outright lies" the commentary said, referring to Iraq.

    It added that emerging economies should have a greater say in major international financial institutions the World Bank and International Monetary Fund and proposed a "new international reserve currency that is to be created to replace the dominant US dollar".

    China has only slightly more weight than Italy at the IMF, which has been headed by a European since its creation in 1944.

    A governance reform has been in the works for three years but its implementation has been blocked by the effective veto of the United States.


    Now that is similar! Nice to see folks on the same page for a change! Thanks Ron!

  5. Guess I labeled the post wrong, or went too far on the commentary, when I posted this earlier today.


    I agree it is the end of an era, but then it was an unsustainable era anyway.


    Perhaps we should look at this as an opportunity to finish what was started a couple hundred years ago?

    Guess so. Looks like it.

  6. It's goin' to take a major move to bring this nation back to it's roots. Our entire government has been corrupted from the top down and it started a hundred years ago. To dismantal the laws and amendments that have our very freedom choacked by the extreme ideaological thought patterns of the left. We no longer walk down the central path of democracy where both conservitives and liberals have an equal say. The veiws of our liberals leaders have gone soo far to the extreme left that we as a nation have come to the point where there's no over lookin' the point. Saul Alinsky would be proud of his dream state as we live today. Let the government shut down, let there be mass riotin' in the streets by the entitlement receptitants that can no longer feed off a welfare state, where Marshall Law will be declared.  Then and only then can the true blood of America as we knew it have a chance. We might have a slim chance when the people of power have to make a stance one way or the other. I know I'll be planted by the time it's all said and done, for I'll have to face the masses on a street level and the forces that'll uphold the adminastration but the blood of patriots has to be spilled for the price of freedom. We can not continue down the path of this extreme welfare state and lettin' the liberials have their every whim declared law and forced down our throats. JUst my throughts on the subject and that's all I got to say about this...for now   :salute:

    Well spoken Sir!

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  7. Meanwhile the Chinese are coming over h1ere and living in McMansion neighborhoods where they won't buy from American shopkeepers.

    Entire neighborhoods in SoCal were built for Chinese purchase and occupation.

    It's a very subtle colonization.

    Win by occupying like Israel after the 1948 map agreement.


    Isn't communism wonderful, giving them these millions!


    Our Administration doesn't have a clue! Time to weed  out the  old fat cats. Hell, look at the old Congressman, what you idiots thinking How long is your ass gonna live, die for God's sake and do us a faver. What a farce and it's being allowed. Term limit ring a bell? 

  8. Ben Carson is a good man! Why won't they listen to him? Entitlements I'm thinking. If we default on our debt, stand the hell by. Entitlements are the first to go. There won't be a city in the Country that's not on fire. Wait in the woods and watch. You think the Vets are pissed? Wait till the 53% get cut off. Every man for themselves. Who needs a governing body anyway.

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  9. China’s official news agency is calling for a “de-Americanized world,” in a blistering editorial characterizing the United States as a “meddling” and “hypocritical” nation that introduces chaos into the world for its own ends.

    “As U.S. politicians of both political parties are still shuffling back and forth between the White House and the Capitol Hill without striking a viable deal to bring normality to the body politic they brag about, it is perhaps a good time for the befuddled world to start considering building a de-Americanized world,” writes the Xinhua News Agency.

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  10. Brought by the same folks that supposedly designed the Affordable Health Care Website (Xerox). Nothing to support that statement, just hear say for now. Slay.


    People in Ohio, Michigan and 15 other states found themselves unable to use their food stamp debit-style cards on Saturday, after a routine test of backup systems by vendor Xerox Corp. resulted in a system failure.

    "While the electronic benefits system is now up and running, beneficiaries in the 17 affected states continue to experience connectivity issues to access their benefits. Technical staff is addressing the issue and expect the system to be restored soon," Xerox spokeswoman Jennifer Wasmer said in an emailed statement. "Beneficiaries requiring access to their benefits can work with their local retailers who can activate an emergency voucher system where available. We appreciate our clients' patience while we work through this outage as quickly as possible."

    U.S. Department of Agriculture spokeswoman Courtney Rowe underscored that the outage is not related to the government shutdown.

    Shoppers left carts of groceries behind at a packed Market Basket grocery store in Biddeford, Maine, because they couldn't get their benefits, said fellow shopper Barbara Colman, of Saco, Maine. The manager put up a sign saying the EBT system was not in use. Colman, who receives the benefits, called an 800 telephone line for the program and it said the system was down due to maintenance, she said.

    "That's a problem. There are a lot of families who are not going to be able to feed children because the system is being maintenanced," Colman said. She planned to reach out to local officials. "You don't want children going hungry tonight because of stupidity," she said.

    Colman said the store manager promised her that he would honor the day's store flyer discounts next week.

    Ohio's cash and food assistance card payment systems went down at 11 a.m., said Benjamin Johnson, a spokesman for the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Ohio's cash system has been fixed, but he said that its electronic benefits transfer card system is still down. Johnson said Xerox is notifying retailers to revert to the manual system, meaning customers can spend up to $50 until the system is back online. Recipients of the state's supplemental nutrition assistance program, or SNAP, should call the 800 number on the back of their card, and Xerox will guide them through the purchase process.

    Illinois residents began reporting problems with their cards — known as LINK in that state — on Saturday morning, said Januari Smith, spokeswoman for the Illinois Department of Human Services.

    Smith said that typically when the cards aren't working retailers can call a backup phone number to find out how much money customers have available in their account. But that information also was unavailable because of the outage, so customers weren't able to use their cards.

    "It really is a bad situation but they are working to get it fixed as soon as possible," Smith said. "We hope it will be back up later today."

    In Clarksdale, Miss. — one of the poorest parts of one of the poorest states in the nation — cashier Eliza Shook said dozens of customers at Corner Grocery had to put back groceries when the cards failed Saturday because they couldn't afford to pay for the food. After several hours, she put a sign on the front door to tell people about the problem.

    "It's been terrible," Shook said in a phone interview. "It's just been some angry folks. That's what a lot of folks depend on."

    Mississippi Department of Human Services director Rickey Berry confirmed that Xerox, the state's EBT vendor, had computer problems. He said he had been told by midafternoon that the problems were being fixed.

    "I know there are a lot of mad people," Berry said.

    Sheree Powell, a spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, started receiving calls around 11:30 a.m. about problems with the state's card systems. More than 600,000 Oklahomans receive SNAP benefits, and money is dispersed to the cards on the first, fifth and 10th days of every month, so the disruption came at what is typically a high-use time for the cards.

    Oklahoma also runs a separate debit card system for other state benefits like unemployment payments. Those cards can be used at ATMs to withdraw cash. Powell said Xerox administers both the EBT and debit card systems, and they both were down initially.

    Like Ohio's Johnson, Powell said that Oklahoma's cash debit card system has since been restored, but the EBT cards for the SNAP program were still down. Powell said Oklahoma's Xerox representative told them that the problems stemmed from a power failure at a data center, and power had been restored quickly.

    "It just takes a while to reboot these systems," she said, adding that she did not know where the data center was located.

    Powell said that some grocery store cashiers had been speculating that the federal government's shutdown caused the problem, but state officials have been assured that that is not the case.

    "We are hopeful it will be up this afternoon but we were not given a specific time frame," she said.

    David Akerly, a spokesman for Michigan's Department of Human Services, also confirmed that residents in his state have reported problems using their cards.


    Associated Press writers Lisa Rathke contributed from Montpelier, Vt., Dan Sewell from Cincinnati, Tom Murphy from Indianapolis, Sara Burnett from Chicago, Emily Wagster from Jackson, Miss., and Mary Clare Jalonick from Washington, D.C.


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