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Congress does not have the right to declare war on the people nor do they have a right to silence us because we oppose their agenda but that is exactly that is the phenomenon across the country.  Such action is a violation of our Constitutional rights.  Such actions are about empowerment, control, censorship the voices of opposition and containment.

How is it that Americans see it when Iran is doing it, yet they fail to recognize that it is happening to us?

Other nations see it.  They say that the United States is now a dictatorship.

What bothers me the most is that so many are so willing to go so quietly.


“The basic First Amendment common sense restriction is that you can’t yell fire in a crowded movie theatre. Yet, that is exactly what is being done by the most powerful people in this country, when they verbally attack the Americans who have stood up to be counted in opposition to the health care law and other encroachments on individual freedom that have occurred over the past 14 months.

After subjecting people who have become known as the tea party movement to a constant barrage of name calling and implied threats, these same leaders and their main stream media partners now decry a ‘lack of civility’ in American politics.

Perhaps they should have thought of that when MSNBC and CNN anchors naughtily giggle and refer to this citizen protest as the ‘teabagger’ movement. Now, that’s civil.”


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