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DonTom
11-17-2009, 08:37 AM
"Given his beliefs, he refused to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, specifically because that one phrase, "liberty and justice for all," he says, does not truly apply to all."


Full story is here. (http://www.parentdish.com/2009/11/13/student-braves-controversy-refuses-to-recite-pledge/?icid=main%7Cmain%7Cdl1%7Clink3%7Chttp%3A%2F%2Fwww .parentdish.com%2F2009%2F11%2F13%2Fstudent-braves-controversy-refuses-to-recite-pledge%2F)


-Don-

Eric
11-17-2009, 11:34 AM
The Pledge of Allegiance was created by a socialist, Bellamy, for the purpose of instilling state worship.

"F" the pledge.

I would teach my kid not to recite it also.

dBrong
11-17-2009, 03:49 PM
.... specifically because that one phrase: "liberty and justice for all"


Yeah, just watch Cops / Parking Wars / Speeders / read your local newspaper about elderly people being tased / unarmed people being murdered by police.


As the sign above the urnial read: "Laugh, you're holding a joke" :)

J. ZIMM
12-10-2009, 03:22 AM
:) Do you mean we have Double Standards in this Country? I thought they were Triple. One for us, one for the State, and one for the Federal Government.:D

Eric
12-10-2009, 06:22 AM
:) Do you mean we have Double Standards in this Country? I thought they were Triple. One for us, one for the State, and one for the Federal Government.:D

Right you are, sir!

I love America, but Americans often have a real blind spot when it comes to evaluating something objectively. The government's worst of all, of course. And it has become more brazen about its double-talk and usurpations ever since 9/11 and the reign of The Chimp. That bastard made even worse - such as Obama and Palin - possible. 20 years ago, Obama would have been inconceivable and Palin impossible.

J. ZIMM
12-11-2009, 04:15 AM
And we still don't know if he's a legal citizen. Ah, only in America.....

Eric
12-11-2009, 06:37 AM
And we still don't know if he's a legal citizen. Ah, only in America.....

Whether he is or isn't matters not at all.

Suppose he's not, it's made public - and he is made to step down. We then have President Biden. Will the system change? Will individual liberty be restored? Of course not.

Some conservatives pine away for Palin. But (and I'm sorry to say this and mean no offense) you have to be incredibly naive or outright simple minded to believe that a Palin Presidency would differ in any meaningful way from what we experienced under The Chimp. We'd get more empire-seeking militarism and rah-rah support-the-troops flag-humping "patriotism" (translation: state worship) and maybe the gays would be harassed some more - and abortion restricted. But the monster in Washington would only continue to grow - just in different directions. The same "conservatives" (Translation: fundamentalist Christians and right wing statists) who supported The Chimp - who expanded the powers of government more than any president in recent history - think Palin will be "different" somehow.

Know this: There's no hope, none whatsoever, until the United States is dissolved and states/regions regain their sovereignty.