By The Right Scoop


Mark Steyn says that if we got real about our fiscal woes we could certainly have another great American century. But if we get out of the “superpower business” as we voted to do last night, Steyn says, then we’re headed for a world of chaos. He says forget about the nonsense of China taking over or a one-world order with Muslims or anyone else. He says it will be a world without order, a world of chaos if the United States loses it’s superpower status.

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  • BlueGood

    Right on Mark…a World of Chaos & Big Time Hurt!

  • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

    As I tried to explain to my 12 year old, who gets it now, the government could take every cent away from every millionaire and billionaire in the country and only pay the government bills for a few months, then what?

    Passing a so called bill last night does nothing except putting a band aid on a sucking chest wound. My 12 year old understands. Congress rinos also know but because they’re so full of themselves and want their power, they ignore what’s needed for this country. Drastic cuts and abolishment of stupid money sucking crap the federal government has no business being involved in.

    Oh well. They can enjoy their power… for now. Soon they’ll know what the rest of us have been facing for the past 4+ years.

  • http://navalwarfare.blogspot.com/ Libertyship46

    I just finished reading Mark Steyn’s book “After America” and it really is terrifying. If we’re no longer a world power, regional powers will soon take over, like China and Iran. And the world will be a much more dangerous place. Unfortunately, I don’t know if we still have time to turn things around. I really thought our last best chance was the election in November. But Steyn is right. Get the people used to the spending and then hit them with the full tax burden of a real European-style welfare state. Last November’s election may have proved that socialism has finally won in this country and that being a world power no longer really matters. Well, when we finally do go as bankrupt as Greece and all of the social unrest that goes with that follows, then we’ll see how “accepting” Americans are of socialism. By 2016, we really will have run out of spending other people’s money. I don’t know if Americans will be able to live with that and all of the social unrest that will follow because of it.

    • Sober_Thinking

      Accurate and honest. And what’s funny is Obama and the miserable bleeding heart liberals want to take our guns away at the same time… lovely.

      • mikeinidaho

        There can be only one answer to firearm confiscation!
        That is: “Come and take them, if you can”.

        • warpmine

          Then the liberals will have to get use to getting shot at from distance and point blank. They are the enemy and will always be that enemy that seeks to destroy Liberty, yours and mine, by any means necessary. Reminds me of the STOS(Star Trek) episode “I, Mudd” where the androids will take over by serving everybody after a short while nobody will lift a finger to do for themselves. Socialism to a “T”.

          • Sober_Thinking

            Great reference!

            Harcord Fenton Mudd!!!

            • warpmine

              And my wife thinks i watched SToS to much with nothing to gain and she’s probably right but I learned some things and it peaked my curiosity in science

              • Sober_Thinking

                Same for me. :)

            • Pyrran

              “Shut up, Stella!”

              • Sober_Thinking

                ROFL!

                Awesome.

        • Sober_Thinking

          :)

    • colliemum

      Well, the Greeks have been living with this since 2008 … and the can is still being kicked down the road, because the aim of the EU is not to solve that problem, but to exert control through unelected officials in Brussels over the economies and parliaments of the EU states who are using the € (Euro).
      So far Germany has only been grumbling, but there will come a time soon enough when they’ll say they’re not going to pay for any more fiscal irresponsibility, and that calling them ‘Nazis’ to make them feel guilty won’t work any longer.

      Now that Obama and the dems have learned how to kick the can down the road while making themselves look good, it’ll take a while for Americans to grasp what is really going on, thanks to the Lying Screaming Meejah.
      But once they get it – I wouldn’t want to be a politician.
      Righteous anger of an armed people will be a fearsome thing, and a joy to behold for all patriots.

      • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

        Dang mum, I wish you were over here with us!! Wanna move to Florida by any chance?! ;-) We’re dry this time of year lol.

        • colliemum

          Heh. I’ve been thinking on and off about leaving the UK, but as an oldie on a restricted income, I’d need to win the lottery … only, I don’t play :-((

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            lol. :-D I don’t play either- but if I ever did and won, I’d be coming over for you and your furbabies :-D

            • colliemum

              Thanks, ABiC – and my great-granddaughter, whom I met today for the first time, 5 months old. Aaaah!

              • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                AWWWW!!! Yes, her too! :-D

              • Orangeone

                How can you have a great granddaughter when you are only 40 mum? :)

                • colliemum

                  Heh – add a few decades, willya!
                  We don’t get our old-age state pension at 40. Not if we’re ordinary people.
                  Politicians and civil servants, that’s another story …

                • Orangeone

                  Nah, you can’t be a day over 40….your mind is as clear as bottle water mum

                • colliemum

                  LOL!

                  Mind over matter, Orangeone!
                  ;-)

                  Anyway – my aim in later life was to become a fearsome old lady with white hair, terrorising all around her into proper behaviour, by use of a walking stick.

                  The hair hasn’t done its duty as of yet – and the stick is only a good idea if it ain’t needed for walking and support (been there, done that).

                  I’ve kept the stick, because if one doesn’t need it for support, it makes a very good weapon, and can be used to chase off those who like to prey on supposedly infirm oldies.
                  Mind – that’s for times and places where the housewolf can’t be with me …

                • Orangeone

                  What a great morning giggle mum :)  Keep that hair from turning, you’ll save $$$ on hair color :)

            • Orangeone

              No need, just send the private jet you’ll own :)

        • Orangeone

          Mum and I were tweeting the other day about both relocating to SC, in Trey Gowdy’s district in the same neighborhood :)

        • BikerHoop

          I’m really impressed with mum. She knows more about American politics than about 70% of our population. She cares and that impressed the daylights outta me.

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            She impresses the heck out of me too Bikerhoop. I really wish she was here too. But, just having her here and on other sites, spreading information and common sense helps more than we might realize. :-)

          • Patriot077

            Have to add my agreement to your sentiments, BikerHoop. Colliemum is right up there with Daniel Hannon on my list of favorite cousins from ‘cross the pond!

            I haven’t had much time lately to spend on TRS but couldn’t pass by your comment without responding :)

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              I’ve missed you Patriot! :-D Good to see you!

              • Patriot077

                Thanks ABiC. I wish I had time to go back and read all that I missed in the past few weeks :(

                I got good & sick for reals and ended up in the hospital for a few days. A first & hopefully last experience for me. Much better now but trying to catch up on stuff slow but sure …

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  Oh sorry to hear that! You must have caught that nasty thing going around up north. My parents had (still do) it too. Thankfully neither had to go into the hospital, but my dad did get pneumonia from it. I know some others who were sick too and just getting over it. I’m glad you’re starting to feel better!!! Welcome back!

    • BikerHoop

      The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. ~ Thomas Jefferson

      • Orangeone

        Great quote and right on point! Our forefathers had great insight didn’t they.

        • BikerHoop

          Yes they did, in so many areas. I believe you’d be hard pressed to find someone with that type of analytical intellect today.

  • aPLWBinAK

    “when you waste 2 months negotiating 3 days worth of cuts, you’re an idiot”…..that does sum up D.C…..but in much more polite terms than I would have used

    • Sober_Thinking

      Agreed.

    • DCGere

      Idiots are the ones that got us into this mess, they certainly have no intention of solving the problem. Let. It. Burn.

  • colliemum

    Mark Steyn is right: there won’t be another ‘superpower’ if Obama has his way and isn’t stopped by a conservative Congress in 2014.
    The economic status of those who are said to be waiting to step into America’s shoes are dire as well, be it Japan, China – from where no true data are coming, only propaganda – the Ummah (hah! they’re far too busy killing each other) and certainly not the EU or Russia.

    The ones who will grab power will be the unaccountable NGOs, like Greenpeace or the WWF, who are buying up land in the Amazon, who are influencing the UN, and whose aim it has been since the AGW scam to dismantle the Western industrialised nations.

    Yes – there will be chaos, and I am deeply sorry for all babies born this year because they will be exposed to all that chaos.

    So – the next step is to get conservatives into Senate and House, and to start the work now, from the local level up.

    • Conniption Fitz

      The Islamists plan for the 37 (and more added) Islamic Sharia states to dominate the world.

    • http://www.envisionliberty.weebly.com/ Mike Leavitt

      I slightly disagree with you. This generation is lost. It’s time we, as conservatives have a ton of babies and home school them all. Teach them about God and Locke and the Founders and Ronald Reagan and the effects of tyranny on a people. Maybe, only maybe then, the rising generation can turn around the absolute moral and political destruction Generation XFactors, The Boomer Morons, and even the so-called “greatest generation” (thanks for teaching your kids how to be spoiled brats!) has given us. Only maybe…

      • BikerHoop

        I refuse to believe this generation is lost. I believe a certain segment of it is, but the rest… the majority… have long been too silent. They’ve been going about their lives trying to attain whatever it was they wanted out of life. But something just tapped them on the shoulder and they’re starting to look around… and they’re NOT happy. Someone sneaked in through the back door and is trying to dismantle their country, take away their freedoms and obliterate their Constitution. I believe that sleeping giant Yamamoto talked about is being awakened again… and he’s PISSED!

        • colliemum

          BikerHoop – I agree with you, see my reply to Mike Leavitt.

          You’re Americans, after all, and there is no way that your people will cave in to communist propaganda. It will need work to counter the lefty propaganda, but never forget: you are many, they are few!

          • Orangeone

            Well said mum and the few are cowards that hide behind their food stamps.

        • Orangeone

          I agree with you BikerHoop. When I went to the Paul Ryan rally I was amazed by the younger supported in attendance. They are awake and are communicating with their friends about what is really at stake. I don’t know the stats but didn’t Barky Boy take some losses in the younger voting bloc?

          • BikerHoop

            Yes he did. He didn’t have the massive support he had last time and simply assumed he’d retain although he didn’t do anything, especially in the job venue, for our youg college grads.

            • Orangeone

              That’s what I call our 2014 opportunity! Employers are wise and are not hiring these Obamabots so their unemployment will remain high.  If we can educate them on Conservative principles over the next year and a half they will make a huge impact with us in 2014 and on into 2016.

              • BikerHoop

                That’s right. And as they have already proven, they’re easily influenced… heheh.

                • Orangeone

                  The first round believed in the Hope and Change and that the Administration would be transparent, would hold people accountable, etc.  They were lied to and woke up.  We have the truth on our side, we have the Constitution on our side, we have freedom on our side.  The teachable moment is now for them to learn from our veterans what it is like battling evil so others in the world can be free and how easily that freedom can be lost.

      • colliemum

        I agree with BikerHoop below, Mike Leavitt – I refuse to call a generation ‘lost’, in the same way that I refuse to call a country ‘toast’ just because their politicians are ruining it.
        If there is one thing which must never be underestimated, it is the spirit of the people.
        As history buff, I well remember the time when the Wall between Communist Germany and Western Germany came down – and the weeks which led up to it.
        The East Germans, after 40 years of full-on communism, and with Soviet troops stationed all over the country, did finally rise.
        I shall never ever forget their demos: armed with candles and nothing else, well aware that they could have been shot by their government and the Soviets, there they were, shouting at their government: “Wir sind das Volk” – “we are the people”.

        So I hope you’re not despising your people so much that you think they cannot do what the East Germans can do – and what the Czechs and Poles did as well.

        • Orangeone

          Great logic as always mum. I too remember when the wall came down. We can also look at 1945 Europe and at Japan. Yes, force was required but the strong stance was successful. Go back further and look at how England and America are strong allies despite our beginnings….

  • DavidRobertson

    I was reading Romans Chapter 1 last night. It pretty much sums up what is happening to us right now. We kick God and his gospel out of the morality equation. We then try to fill the hole we left by doing so by passing laws and measures that restrict freedoms “for the greater good”. Meanwhile, the people in power are focused on not losing their power. They are the reprobate minds.

    We should continue to be a superpower…but we have so much to fix at home too. We need to reclaim our righteousness as a nation and reactivate the covenant God has with this land.

    • Sober_Thinking

      Spot on m8.

    • colliemum

      Yes – people need to recognise that nothing on earth, no laws, no possessions, no ‘rights’, no icons and idols, can fill the God-shaped hole in their hearts and lives.

      • nibblesyble

        Well done you!

      • BikerHoop

        God-shaped hole in their hearts… I like that. Well done.

  • aposematic

    Exactly…the end of the American Middle Class. Feudalism, ready or not, here we come! Will the World chaos drown out ours here at home?

  • Army_Pilot1967

    obama is apparently on target in what he wants to accomplish – bringing America to its knees.

    • Rocco11

      as usual, the democrats are playing 3 dimensional chess, the Republicans 1 dimensional checkers with bottle caps.

      • Army_Pilot1967

        You’re spot on, Rocco. That’s the way I feel too. We’re in for a LONG haul..!!!!

    • BikerHoop

      That’s okay… I shoot just fine from that position.

  • MiketheMarine

    I JUST completed changing my party affiliation in my state. I am no longer a registered republican. I am, hereby, unaffiliated in the state of Maryland.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      YAY!!!!!!! :-D Well done myMarine!

      • MiketheMarine

        It was sort of sad to do but I just can’t take the traitorous behavior of the “conservative” party any longer. Time for your New Party to get on the rolls.

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          I understand myMarine. Even though I’ve never “officially” voted, I always counted myself as “R”. Well at least until the last election anyway. I’ll have to find out how to figure things here in Florida as one can not be “independent”. This is where my Floridian friends (you know who you are!) can come in to help me with it, and possibly change the process!

          I’ll do what I can myMarine. With yours and others working too and helping, we’ll get the CFP in every state and on the rolls. xoxox

          • MiketheMarine

            I CANNOT wait, Darlin’.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              Me neither!! :-D

          • BikerHoop

            Can I help, too?

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              BikerHoop, you’re already helping in a huge way, but whatever else you feel you can contribute, by all means, PLEASE do! :-) I appreciate everything you’ve been doing already- but yes, whatever ideas you have, please let me know. I’m so glad to have you with us!!!

        • unclesamnephew

          it is time for ABiC’s new party to “lets roll”! the trick will be gathering all of the fragmented conservative parties to join. i have been informing others, but have only gotten lukewarm responses. but i will continue to inform others

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            Cousin, I so appreciate you spreading the word!! Some have had lukewarm responses to many of us, but mostly because some folks just haven’t for some reason become angry enough, and some others just need some time to get used to the fact that the GOP is dead. Give ‘em time. :-) Thank you so much cousin!!

            • unclesamnephew

              as our favorite lawyer states…we must be the paul and paulette reavers

              • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                Amen cousin! Although I do like Paul Revere, I consider myself more as a Patricia Henry ;-)

    • Constance

      I did the same thing right after the Nov. election here in Arizona. No longer a republican. And, nothing will get me back unless there is a conservative takeover in the GOP. I will not support the RNC in any manner, under no circumstances. There will either be a change in the GOP, or a third conservative party. If not, I will not be in the voting booth again, and that is REALLY saying something for me. I never miss voting, and I always hold my nose and vote for the lesser of the two evils. The last time I ever do that again in my life was this last vote for Romney. I’m done being a patsy for the republican party.

      • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

        Check us out Constance, if you haven’t already. http://constfreparty.blogspot.com/

      • MiketheMarine

        Yep, besides what ABinC just sent you my plan B is to move out of this country. Seriously, I may give up my citizenship and let this socialist country become just a bad dream that’s someone elses problem.

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          :-( We’ll work seriously on Plan A myMarine. I can’t afford to go to Israel and I’d miss you if you went.

          • MiketheMarine

            I know, I love so many people here but I’m losing my ocnfidence that we can save this country without a shooting war. I’m getting a bit worried about our future but so long as you guys continue the fight, then I’ll stand right at your shoulder and carry on too.

            We CAN do this. It just won’t be easy.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              Nothing worth having or fighting for is ever easy. You know it, and so do I. We will do this.

              • MiketheMarine

                With you leading the charge, I have NO DOUBTS !!

                You are one of my heroes, Lady.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  *blush* Aw, quit it.

            • BikerHoop

              >>We CAN do this. It just won’t be easy.<<

              I'm sure our Founding Fathers said that exact same thing.

              • Orangeone

                And this time around the women will be right along side!

                • BikerHoop

                  Absolutely! I know a number of women I’d rather have standing beside me than some of the guys I know.

                • Orangeone

                  I can think of a few on this site :):):)

                • BikerHoop

                  My point exactly.

        • BikerHoop

          I understand your sentiment, Mike, but like you (I’m assuming by your nom de plume) I’ve seen a good portion of this world courtesy of Uncle Sam’s Navy. As bad as our government is right now, it’s still the best thing going and worth working our arses off to save. Join us, my friend, and let’s ensure that our generation is known as the generation that saved America.

    • poljunkie

      Can you still vote in the primaries?

      • MiketheMarine

        No. I might register as a dem to screw up their primaries.

        • Marridge

          Mike, I’m doing the same. Wish we could talk more people into doing this.

          • Orangeone

            I’m a registered Dem and have been screwing with them for years. I love when they call to remind me to vote and I thank them for reminding me to vote for ___ and then list all the Repub candidates. It’s fun!

        • Dukehoopsfan

          Marylanders can only vote in primaries if they are registered with one of the mainstream parties. I am changing my affiliation now and may register as a D temporarily prior to the next election.

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            That’s what it’s like in Florida I think- but I’d have to have one of our fellow Floridians to say for sure. Does anyone have any ideas on how to change these rules in states where you have to be one or the other?

            PS- Duke, I like your avatar lol. The face looks familiar ;-)

            • Dukehoopsfan

              Thanks, it is part of a fairly crude cartoon someone sent me a few years back. I cropped it for public consumption. ;-)

              • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                lol. Well that’s good. I don’t want to wonder lol.

      • speppers69

        Hey, PJ….do you still have my email? I’ve got some GREAT news and need to talk to you. :-)

        • poljunkie

          NO I dont. The email I had for you never received a response so I tossed it.

          Ohhhhhhh Now I really anxious to hear from you !!!

        • poljunkie

          I found it, and responded via email. Its the same email I had ——–

          I’ll be up until 2 or 3, or 4.

    • BikerHoop

      Congratulations, Mike. You’re in good company.

    • BS61

      Good for you!

  • Sober_Thinking

    And this is all so avoidable.

    America voted for disaster and anarchy last November (those who voted anyway). I pray that God protects us from ourselves and blesses those who continue to honor Him and put Him first… but I’m concerned that too many people are running way from God and embracing the few crumbs that trickle off the table from Washington.

    It’s funny… they keep telling us that liberals are the minority… I’m amazed how much power those liberals wield. How can complacent (conservative) America be so damned stupid and not see what is happening to them and our nation? Especially if we are the majority…

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      I wrote this blog article on November 5, 2008, the day after dear leader won. I’ve missed on a couple of these predictions, but it’s still similar to what many of us feel now. People get angry when I tell them America is not in the Bible. I can understand that completely, but seeing how things are going, and will go under dear leader… While I still pray for God to help this nation, to heal her, and to give us another chance, and another revival- which He may still do if it’s HIs will, eventually as with all things in this world, they will pass away.
      http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/2008/11/sunset-on-ameria.html

      • Sober_Thinking

        Good post – blog too. :)

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          Thank you Sober_Brother :-)

    • Orangeone

      The ones that caused the result were the PaulBots that stayed home instead of voting for Romney and then working with Conservatives to support their candidate in 2016. Not that Romney was a great candidate but was the lesser of two evils.

      • Kordane

        No, he was evil. The whole Republican establishment is evil, and if you haven’t figured that out yet, then you’re just a part of the problem.

        You’ve all accepted evil, and you only have yourselves to blame for the results of it.

        You could have chosen good, had you all shunned the Republican party and all embraced the Libertarian party, but you chose evil over good, because in your hearts you weren’t good enough for good, so you chose evil instead. Sure, you didn’t chose full and total evil, but you accepted a great deal of evil, and in doing so stood for nothing; neither good nor evil; no principles, no morality.

        And now you attack those who chose good, just because they didn’t allow some evil into their hearts. No, Libertarians do not feel guilt for failing to accept some evil into their hearts. You cannot foist that guilt upon them. The guilt is yours.

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          While many did see Romney as one of two evils, people voted for what they believed was the right choice. We can’t take back anything. But seriously, your comment to Orangeone is a bit harsh Kordane.

        • Orangeone

          I don’t know why you are unleashing on my, I pointed to the PaulBots as the issue.  Why don’t you unleash on them.

          • MiketheMarine

            Right on. Paulbots just don’t get the big picture.

            • Orangeone

              The one unleashing appears to be a PaulBot :)

            • Kordane

              I think they do. They understand that voting for the Republican party is voting for soft-tyranny, and that voting for the Democrat party is voting for tyranny. Either way we’re headed for absolute tyranny regardless of which party wins.

              The big picture is what will happen in the long run, and in that long run we will arrive at absolute tyranny; slower with the Republican party and quicker with the Democrat party.

              Quite frankly it’s the Republicans/Conservatives who don’t get the big picture. They’re only focusing on the small picture (Obama’s re-election). They’re not looking decades down the road and seeing tyranny no matter whether Republicans win or Democrats win.

              • Sober_Thinking

                My friend, you make some valid points… and a few assumptions that I would challenge.

                However, Republicans are absolutely part of the problem and NOT the solution anymore. I’m all for casting both of those parties aside in favor of another, sensible party that truly has America’s best interests in mind, NOT their own.

                I won’t debate or defend the Libertarian party right now… I agree with most of what Libertarians stand for. And I also stand with the Tea Party, Teavangelicals, conservatives and several other entities who love their country.

                My hope is that a sound and viable 3rd party emerges so when I vote, my vote will support my principles and still have a chance of being effective at removing these vultures and parasites who consider America their host.

                Hang in there brother.

                • Kordane

                  My good man, the Libertarian party has its flaws (foreign policy), but in terms of everything else it’s pretty close to the ideal that the founding fathers set forth. That’s not to say that all Libertarians agree with the pacifist foreign policy of Ron Paul and co. Personally, I voted Libertarian, but I want a massive campaign of total war against Islamic states – Something you’ll never hear from Ron Paul and co. I’m stronger on foreign policy than the vast majority of conservatives, but I put myself in the Libertarian camp because I know that they’re the closest thing we’ve got to what the founding fathers envisioned. The Republican party has strayed so far from that vision that I don’t think the founding fathers would even recognize it today. How long will conservatives keep voting Republican, until they realise that all they’re doing is voting for the enemy?

                • Sober_Thinking

                  It generally comes down to a case of the lesser evils… but you’re point about tyranny and soft-tyranny is well-taken.

                  That’s why I hope we have a better option to vote for in 2014/16. If Rand Paul ran under the Libertarian banner and adopted a foreign policy stance closer to yours… and if there was no one else running who was worthy (maybe Allen West), then I’d be all over the Libertarian party this next time around.

                  Take care.

              • MiketheMarine

                Bovine excrement. True consrvatives want to see the federal government dismantled down to the bear necessities. with Maobama, our constitution and bill of rights are now under attack. Well done. Your vote for Ron Paul helped Maobama win a second term and given him 4 more years to try to disarm the electorate.

                • Kordane

                  True conservatives may want that, as do Libertarians, but what said conservatives fail to understand is that there is NO salvaging the Republican party; it is too infected by tyranny. All that the conservatives do is help to perpetuate tyranny by helping the infected Republican party to elect soft-tyranny candidate after soft-tyranny candidate, again and again and again.

                  And no, I didn’t help Obama win re-election. I voted for liberty. It was all those who voted soft-tyranny (Romney) who let Obama win. ALL Republicans voted wrong. All Libertarians voted right.

                  Conservatives may want liberty, but they’re with the wrong camp. All conservatives should vote Libertarian. The Libertarian party is FAR closer to their ideal than the Republican party will EVER be.

                • MiketheMarine

                  If you voted for anyone besides Romney, then you DID IN FACT help Maobama win that election. It’s basic math and you subtracted your vote and all the other Paulbots votes from Romney handing the election to the worst possible candidate.

                  Congratulations, you ARE partly responsible.

                • Kordane

                  If you voted for anyone besides Johnson, then you DID IN FACT vote for tyranny, because Obama is for tyranny and Romney is for soft-tyranny. Either way you get tyranny, just in different degrees.

                  Congratulations, the whole Republican party is responsible for re-electing Obama, because none of you voted for Liberty, you ALL voted for tyranny, you fools.

                • MiketheMarine

                  It is your fault Maobama won. You should have just stayed home and saved the gasoline. You know damn well Neither Johnson nor Paul stood any chance at all of winning.

                  I get it. Your conscience feels better but your wallet is going to shrink thanks to your very poor understanding of politics and the real world.

                  I thought you were brighter than that but actions speak much louder than words and you’re behaving like a moronic 12 year old.

                  Why don’t you take your ball and go home.

          • Kordane

            Libertarians aren’t the problem; they’re the only ones who are actually voting for liberty.

            The problem is with all those people who vote Republican; they’re the ones who are voting for soft-tyranny, thinking that it’s an antidote to tyranny.

            Soft-tyranny will NEVER beat tyranny.

            Only liberty is capable of beating tyranny.

            Don’t fool yourself into thinking that the Republican party will change, and magically become a party of liberty on some morning; it’s too infected with tyranny.

            Don’t ever attack people who had the intellectual integrity and virtue to vote for liberty. If you want to attack someone, then attack yourself, and people like you who voted for Republican soft-tyranny.

            • Orangeone

              Libertarians mislead people by running under the Republican ticket.  Lying and deceit are not akin to liberty, they are the tricks of the Democrat party of which you are very similar, destruction of the Christian faith, destruction of traditional family.
              Ron Paul was a wacko and intelligent people saw right through that and voted to protect the security of America.  Libertarians that failed to vote for Romney are the reason tyranny continues in our WH and Congress.  Those of us that voted Republican voted to save this Republic, by your action and inaction, you supported Marxism.

        • MiketheMarine

          Listen, Ron Paul was not the answer. A platform of ignoring the rest of the planet would have us invaded before his first term was up. You paulbots only get Half the equation here. If Ron Paul could run the treasury maybe but not the country. He is to far out in left field to get the global ramifications of his plan.

          • Kordane

            I didn’t choose/want Ron Paul. I was for Gary Johnson. Also, why do you assume that I buy into Ron Paul’s foreign policy? I don’t. I’m one of the most fervent advocates for a massive military campaign of total war against all Islamic states. I’m on here almost all the time, whenever there’s a thread on foreign policy issues, hammering on about how we need to nuke the crap out of the major Islamic states, and do a bunch of other things that Ron Paul would crap his pants over. Don’t assume that everyone who votes Libertarian agrees with a pacifist foreign policy.

            • MiketheMarine

              But you voted for Ron Paul so you were willing to allow him to withdrawal from the world even more than Maobama is. Faulty logic ….

              • Kordane

                No I didn’t. I voted Libertarian, ie. Gary Johnson.

                And look, Obama isn’t withdrawing from the world; he’s complicit in empowering America’s enemies, which is something that Ron Paul would never have done. Ron Paul may have withdrawn American troops/bases from abroad, but he wouldn’t have gone out of his way to support Islamic jihad movements in Libya, Egypt, Palestine, etc – Unlike Obama, who did.

                • MiketheMarine

                  The outcome of the middle east would have been exactly the same with Johnson or Paul. The only way to maintain some semblance of order in the middle east is by force.

                • Kordane

                  No it wouldn’t have been the same. Obama has taken actions to empower Islamic jihadists that Paul and Johnson would have never taken. That war in Libya? It wouldn’t have happened. That uprising in Egypt? It wouldn’t have happened. The Muslim brotherhood would not have had anywhere near the foothold that it does because of Obama’s actions.

                  Obama’s foreign policy is self-destructive of America. His whole aim is to empower America’s enemies and weaken/hollow out America. It’s nuts to say that this is the same agenda as Johnson’s and Paul’s. They want cuts to military spending, but that’s a hell of a lot different from alleging that they want to sabotage America and empower America’s enemies.

                • MiketheMarine

                  Every comment you made here is correct so why did you piss away your vote on someone who had NO chance, whatsoever, of unseating the current Fraud in Chief? Why did you waste a vote?

            • Orangeone

              And Gary Johnson stayed on the ticket. If Johnson had truly believed in America he would have pulled out and put his “supporters” behind Romney in order to defeat Obama.

              • Kordane

                Who cares about the Republican ticket. Johnson was on the Libertarian ticket, a ticket that every Republican should have voted for, if they truly cared about the cause of liberty. Just look at Johnson’s record as governor, it’s absolutely brilliant if liberty is one’s goal.

        • MiketheMarine

          You paul bots guaranteed use 4 more years of Maobama. That’s YOUR problem, pinhead.

          • Kordane

            The Libertarian vote is the response to decades of the Republican party being the party of soft-tyranny, as opposed to the Democrat party being the party of actual tyranny.

            Either way you look at it, voting either Republican or Democrat means that you are voting for tyranny.

            The Libertarian party is for those who don’t want tyranny, period.

            And yet there you are basically telling me that because I voted for liberty, rather than soft-tyranny, like you did, that I somehow allowed actual tyranny to win.

            No, Mike. I didn’t allow tyranny to win. You did, and every other Republican did. You should have voted Libertarian, along with EVERY other Republican.

            I will never EVER accept the notion that I’ve allowed tyranny by choosing liberty.

            But you know what I will accept: The notion that you’ve allowed tyranny by opting for soft-tyranny over liberty.

            Next time, every Republican should vote Libertarian. That’ll stop the Democrats; that’ll stop tyranny completely in its tracks; not just slow it down.

            • MiketheMarine

              I’ll make a deal with you. If the libertarian party can present a REAL option for president who doesn’t lose any semblance of logic when it comes to the world beyond our borders, I’d consider voting for him. If Ron Paul had won, We’d have Chinese troops armed and in OUR streets in under 3 years. He would have gotten us in a shooting war by pretending that the state of the middle east is none of our business.

              Ron Paul is a quack, not a real option. I like the platform of your party but your candidate was a fruit loop who wore a tinfoil hat.

          • Sober_Thinking

            Mike, the enemy of our enemy is our friend.

            I’m hoping we can all step back a bit and focus on our similarities vs. our differences. I also strongly disagree with some of what Ron Paul and some Libertarians stand for… but as Kordane points out, not all of them are so deeply rooted in all facets of that party/movement.

            I think about Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, Hindus, etc. and believe that aside from their religious affiliation, some of them may truly be saved and legitimate Christians – regardless of what “religion” they fall under. To that point, Kordane seems like he is a solid conservative and likely shares a huge majority of our values and beliefs for this country (less government, less regulation, free market, fewer/simpler taxes, etc.).

            I just want to point out, he came on a bit strong (because he’s passionate or felt attacked) and in turn others are jumping all over him and being just as harsh as he was. Some things were said that didn’t need to be said – at least not in the way they were said.

            Can’t we all just get along? :)

            • MiketheMarine

              If the libertarian party truly understood the ramifications of THIS specific election, Ron Paul and Johnson would have dropped out of the election to allow all conservatives to consolidate our vote on Romney. He isn’t my candidate of choice either but at least he would have followed the constitution instead of trying to tear it down, like Maobama.

              • Kordane

                Mike, it’s not about the short term elections. This is a long term battle, and in that long term battle you can’t keep electing soft-tyranny candidates again and again and again. The only kind of candidate you should ever elect, if you want to stand a chance of actually beating tyranny, is to choose a liberty candidate – But sadly, there you are telling me that the ONLY two liberty candidates should instantly be shunned in favor of your soft-tyranny candidate. No, I won’t accept soft-tyranny over liberty. In this battle it is “give me liberty, or give me death”; there is NO middle ground; NO soft-tyranny may be permitted.

                • MiketheMarine

                  Bovine Excrement, Kordane. There may be no constitution or bill of rights in 4 more years and then you will have helped enslave an entire country.

                • Kordane

                  Don’t you get it? It’ll be the same result even if Republicans win. It’s just that it’ll take a little bit longer to happen; a slower execution than solely under Democrats.

                  Just look at the latest piece of excrement to be served up by your beloved Republican party. All those so-called Conservatives saying they want to get rid of Boehner, and what happens? – They re-elect the bugger. When will you learn???

                • MiketheMarine

                  I’m glad you reengaged me. Here goes. ANYBODY at all, Mickey Mouse included, would be better than Maobama. Now, here’s where you and your ilk are responsible for putting Mao back in office. He won by 3 lousy Percent. How many of you Paulbots and Johnsonbots decided to piss away your vote? You think maybe more than 3%.

                  What happens over the next four years is directly YOUR fault. I agree that Romney was a crappy choice foisted on us by the RNC Establishment but even Romney would have been better than Maobama. Thanks to you libertarians, we get 4 more years of deterioration of our individual rights before we get another crack at it.

                  You are quick to accuse we conservatives of actually WANTING Romney to win. You won’t find a single Romney supporter on this web site, but you libertarian morons might as well have stayed the hell home and not voted at all instead of wasting a precious vote on someone who clearly had not 1 chance in a billion of winning.

                  It is YOUR stubborness and refusal to acknowledge logic that put us where we are today. There comes a time when YOU will need to realize that we will only get the government down in size in bits and pieces one election at a time but in YOUR fantasy land some guy named Johnson or Paul would, magically appear, pull out a miracle win and somehow fix everything.

                  Nothing in life works that way and you know it. Baby Steps. How about voting for a business leader who doesn’t hate our country and understands business as a first step towards fixing our government?

                  You WASTED your vote. You should have just stayed home and I blame you and your ilk as much as the ghetto rats in this country for losing this election. You “libertarians” could have helped, at least, put an American back in the oval office but you chose not to.

                  Well done, dummy.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  myMarine, let’s not argue anymore about the past. Lets get rolling on now and the future. I love your fighting spirit- always have, so let’s direct it in the best way now. xoxoxo Mornin’ myMarine :-)

        • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

          good lord.
          if you are talking about RP then I will never vote for anyone who calls bradley manning a patriot and who respects dennis kucinich.
          sad thing is romney was not much better.

          • Orangeone

            Agreed but in this election is was for the country rather than for a party. We have to know who our friends really are as we move to take back America. To do otherwise is to leave ourselves exposed to a multi-faceted attack and betrayal.

          • Kordane

            I was talking about Gary Johnson, the 2012 Libertarian candidate, which everyone seems to have forgotten the name of. Republicans seem to instantly equate Libertarian with Ron Paul. It’s as if Gary Johnson doesn’t exist to Republicans.

      • poljunkie

        The Paul people werent the only ones who stayed home—-I agree Romney was far far from perfect, but given who is in charge now—-woah

      • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

        This time around, the Libertarians and the Paul supporters mostly stayed silent after the convention. I don’t think stay-at-homes were the factor in Obama’s win.

        The vote fraud was designed to make it a squeaker. If it had been a bigger margin, Republicans could challenge it. But it was made carefully in chosen districts, to nudge Obama over the top by a few hundred thousand votes.

        We had reports all day long of “massive” Republican turnout. By 8pm, it miraculously evaporated. So I don’t put the blame on Libertarians or Ronulans.

        • Orangeone

          The MN delegation at the convention were the most vocal PaulBots.  Our Repub turnout was much lower.  I know voter fraud played a huge role but when 3 million less for Romney than McCain makes me really question overall turnout.  MN doesn’t primary, we caucus so the system is a bit different.  It was made clear during the caucus process that the Paul supporters would not vote for Romney. It was their candidate or the highway.
          We had 2 Constitutional Amendments on the ballot which should have drawn more out to vote as well.  MN came close to going Romney and the Libertarians would have made the difference here.

          • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

            The McCain-beats-Romney stuff was from early numbers. Romney actually did pull in more votes than McCain did in 2008. Not a lot, but more.

            I’m not convinced this wasn’t a fraudulent victory by the Dems.

            • Orangeone

              That’s good to hear.  I know fraud played a large part in this election, it’s simply not reasonable to believe 100% in districts and certainly not the % we saw in Allen West’s district.

              • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

                over 100% in some areas.

                • Orangeone

                  Yup, tried to say that at the end in Allen West’s district.  Yet, where was the RNC?

                • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

                  did not know specifics of wests area but would not surprise me.
                  I was thinking of the BOS area reports
                  http://www.theconservativevoices.com/files/file/152-boston-ward-reports-unofficial/
                  and rnc is pretty much forbidden by law from fighting it, J C Adams at PJM had articles few weeks back iirc.

                • Orangeone

                  I didn’t know about the Boston area, thanks for sharing.

                  Yeah
                  the RNC is “forbidden” but if Romney wanted to challenge that “agreement” they should have because an org like the RNC cannot bind other parties or individuals from suing over an illegal act because that goes against justice and they were not a party to the case or the agreement.  Courts, even liberal ones, tend to set aside agreements like that.   It’s clear now from the stmt by Romney’s son that he never wanted to be President and that may explain why he did nothing.  His inaction just encourages the Democrats to perpetrate further frauds.

                  One of West’s precincts had close to 800% turnout of eligible voters….many examples of this mess which is why he sued.

            • Sober_Thinking

              It’s funny just how slick everything went for Obama even though there seemed to be millions and millions of people who hated both him and what he’s done in his first four years. Same situation with Allen West – there was indeed a lot of fraud and misconduct in his situation. However, Allen didn’t go quietly into that good night… he didn’t allow the fraud and corruption to get away with their criminal acts.

              The thing that sickens me is there was surely a lot of fraud but no one is covering any of it and I doubt any serious investigation will ever gain traction. Heck, there’s been fraud for over 4 years now – starting with Obama’s initial election. I’m not a birther per se, but there are still many unanswered questions about Obama and frankly, if he had been properly vetted and the truths about him got out, he might not have won in the first place.

              Now he’s a known incompetent… so, how did he win when he was obviously WRONG for the job? Fraud was certainly part of it. Media silence another HUGE part of it. But maybe the nation has gone over the edge and has embraced the “gimme mentality” that Obama nurtured and exploited? I don’t know. But I still don’t agree with or understand how Obama legitimately won this last election.

              • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

                It’s a bit of all-of-the-above, I fear. We’ve imported more dependents, the global-warming scam has people convinced energy is eeevil, and the Dems have totally used the Black voters by ensuring they stay dependent and stuck in dangerous, Dem-run enclaves, all while replacing them with illegal aliens as the number one minority group. If I were them, I’d be mighty angry at their new, lower status among the Dem leadership.

                • Sober_Thinking

                  :)

          • Sober_Thinking

            All of that may be true – knowing you, it probably is. I still caution anyone from pointing at one particular group and assigning blame. It’s water under the bridge at this point. This may work to divide us further if others rally to accusations.

            The enemy to our enemy is our friend. We need to unite for the future or all is lost.

            I’m not sniping at you or Mike or anyone… I just think we all share many of the same convictions and hope we can all continue to work on saving our country together.

            :)

            • Orangeone

              My friend, we are already divided. Unless we look at history, we will be less informed as we look ahead to having to defend this Republic.  If we believe the Libertarians will stand and defend with us, that may well be false reliance if the Libertarians that post on this site are any indication.

              • MiketheMarine

                exactly. They talk and sound exactly the same as Maobamabots. “My way or the highway, bovine excrement.””

                If Ron Paul were on fire on the side of the road, I would not pull over and whizz on him to put out the fire.

                • Orangeone

                  Score!

                • MiketheMarine

                  ;-)

            • MiketheMarine

              S.T., it isn’t US who didn’t vote for Romney. It was the Paulbots and the Johnson voters who REFUSED. Their way or the highway isn’t any different from Maobamabots.

              There is blame to be assigned and there is a clear group of folks who, to spite their own nose, refused to vote Maobama out.

        • MiketheMarine

          Yep and all of the voting discrepancies happened in battleground states. Strange how that worked out, No?

      • Sober_Thinking

        While you are right that too many people chose not to vote because of their principles, I would hesitate to nail Libertarians with the blame. I’m sure there were many other conservatives who also chose not to vote for evil – even the lesser one.

        Much as I HATE the outcome of the last election and the already eroding effects of it, this may all work out for good in the end. Now… I don’t always feel optomistic or positive about that rotten outcome… but that’s the ONLY silver lining here and something that I’m clinging to.

        Things will get VERY bad – MUCH worse than the previous 4 years. I won’t bore you with a list of Obama’s many evils or predictions for the future… but we all know it’s gonna get a whole lot worse this next 4 years. So, my point is that because it’s gonna get so bad and much of what made America good will be removed or destroyed, that may spur on other sleepy Americans to do the right thing this time around (2014/16). It will likely also pull out ALL the conservative voters – if we get an honest and truly conservative candidate to emerge (maybe Allen West?). The Tea Party movement may gain steam again. The media (NOT the main stream media) will grow and get the truth out. People will work harder to educate the low-information voter and the idiot liberals who are destroying this nation. All the while, things will get worse through this government and people will be affected more and more… and they will grow to not like it.

        I hope and pray that God saves this nation and her people… so, hopefully, from the ashes, His grace will become apparent and His mercy will be revealed. And America will start the long climb back up from the depths… towards the light.

        • Orangeone

          While Republicans also stayed home, all you need do is look at MN’s behavior at the convention.  The delegates made it clear that it didn’t matter how we voted during the caucus (Santorium won), they were going to represent their personal interests at the convention.  Ron Paul NEVER told his supporters to get behind Romney and that their “party”, and I use that term loosely because Paul ran under the Republican ticket instead of Libertarian, could regroup in 2016.  That gave his supporters permission not to vote and I don’t believe they did, in large numbers.
          I also agree with you that things are going to get very bad.  And I predict the Republicans will be looked at to fight to regain this Republic.

    • BikerHoop

      The liberals wield all that power because they’re not afraid to use their lungs and vocal cords. Conservatives are not as boisterous (unfortunately) and consequently are easily over-shouted. That’s got to change. It’s time to tell the vocal minority to sit down and STFU!

  • Orangeone

    A bit O/T but goes to the gov’t dictating to the people. From Michele Bachmann, the 1st 5 ObamaCare taxes that went into place yesterday without a mention from the MSM. http://www.forbes.com/sites/gracemarieturner/2013/01/02/as-2013-begins-get-ready-for-an-obamacare-tax-onslaught/

  • elvisnixoncom
  • mediaaccess1

    I think we’ve long past that point.

  • Orangeone

    There is a chance, albeit a small chance that our heroes Herman Cain, Allen West and Tim Scott are fracturing a particular race that bows to the demorats. Get this from the NAACP on the first black Senator, the gentleman from South Carolina Tim Scott.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2013/01/02/NAACP-President-Says-Incoming-GOP-Black-Senator-Doesnt-Believe-in-Civil-Rights?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      Oh man what an idiot. Sorry girlie. But when these people talk like that, just makes me love those they complain about even more! :-D

      • Orangeone

        I feel the walls are cracking more over there than ours.  And we know about the RINOS.  I guess they have DINOS?  That and 9 million less voted for Barky in 2012 and that says a lot….if IL goes for full gun ban, confiscation, etc. I think that could be a HUGE opportunity for our great men to lesson the spoiled that they have been used and are now the gov’t s!@ves.
        I’m with you, I love these guys more every day and also reply to a Tim Scott tweet so he knows he has national support.

  • mikeinidaho

    “a world of chaos”, just what Obama and the communists want! A perfect storm to take down the US, install communism at worst and radical socialism at best. Obama and the Demunists are well on the way to accomplishing this goal after the RINOs once again knelt at his feet and gave him everything he wanted. A pox on all of DC! We the People are on our own. Get ready folks, there seems to be only one way out of this. Lock and load.

  • Orangeone

    From a tweet published in the Washington Times: Army vet jailed with criminal record for unregistered ammo in DC says NBC’s David Gregory should get same. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/1/two-systems-of-justice/

    Doesn’t this just say it all! Where are the lawyers now? Sure they’ll defend the millionaire Gregory who will never be charged but no game on an Army veteran.

    • Lives4Freedom

      You have to register ammo in DC? ..facepalm..

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada
      • Orangeone

        That is awesome sis and has gone viral!  Now that is an American that should testify before Congress!

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          I know it! I saw it on facebook the other day, then saw this afternoon how viral it went! See! THat’s the power of the people on the net right there! :-D

          • Orangeone

            This has also been tweeted all over, unfortunately didn’t see hashtag so don’t know if it was trending.
            Scoop is tweeting that Boehner might step down.  I think last night was the baton hand off to Cantor.  Cantor supports the pork-barrelled Sandy bill.  No change a-coming unless as K-Bob posted last night, Cantor leverages procedural moves to benefit the House.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada
              • Orangeone

                I had not, thank you for the link!  I know something was out on Twitter, say colliemum’s tweet about the link not working but never got back to it when Wolfie tweeted it was now working again.  Did you see my post on the tweet that disappeared re: Secret Service exhausted over the numerous death threats? The link didn’t work for me and the tweet went poof.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  I haven’t had a chance to be on twitter today so I missed it. Sorry girlie, I’m up to my eyeballs trying to get something together here for the next video.

                • Orangeone

                  You are doing great sis!  We are all keeping each other informed and spreading the word and each of those communications is vital!

      • unclesamnephew

        thanks! sen. d frankenstien office needs to be flooded with more of these letters

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          Amen!! :-D

        • BikerHoop

          If everyone were to copy and paste that letter, changing the necessary parts, and email it to her, her inbox would be inundated. I sent mine. Here’s the link to her email form:

          https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me

          • Orangeone

            Sweet! My worthless Rep is a veteran but voted yes to raise taxes. I contact Michele Bachmann, she’s a great patriot!

            • BikerHoop

              She is that! One of (if not THE) the most upstanding and outspoken in congress.

      • BikerHoop

        My favorite part (other than the letter):

        JB: In my 8 years of service I could probably count on one hand the number of people that I met who would forcibly disarm the American public. The vast majority of American service members that I know and that I served with recognize that the Constitution is what we pledge to obey.

        • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

          Amen! I know it!!! :-D

          • BikerHoop

            There’s a whole big buncha Veterans out there who took that same oath and understand it did NOT come with an expiration date.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              I took that oath unofficially a while back BikerHoop, even though I’m not even a citizen yet- but darn it, I mean what I swore to, even if it wasn’t in front of an official. I love this country!

              • BikerHoop

                Let me tell ya, ABC… you talk more like a citizen than most citizens I know.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  That means a lot to me coming from you BikerHoop. Thank you.

              • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

                thank you.
                many of us vets are disabled (peacetime injuries for me) and hearing people say stuff like this really does help make it worth it. and I would suspect most vets regardless of physical status would also appreciate it.

                well done ABC, well done. I salute YOU.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  dmacleo, you just blessed me right now. Thank you so much for your kind words. I am thankful, SO incredibly thankful to all of you honorable Veterans. God bless you my friend.

  • Conniption Fitz

    Obama’s plan is for Islam to rule the world with the US as the 38th (+-) Islamic entity.

  • sjmom

    I like Mark a lot because he’s one who tells the truth and how few there are who do that. Plus he always makes good sense.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZSKETECBAFDEAUOUML4ICTKLAA Alex

      It bugs me that he dismisses their plans for a New World Order here that they make loud and clear and calls it nonsense.

      I’m sorry, I never expected I’d disagree with something he said.

  • kloyd0306

    Steyn has a remarkable ability to explain political reality AND make me smile.

    Easily the best of Rush’s guest hosts.

    • PVG

      By far the best!

  • jleinf

    Thank goodness our founders understood the importance of armed citizens. That maybe the only thing that eventually stops the Kenyan and his enablers.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZSKETECBAFDEAUOUML4ICTKLAA Alex

    “forget about the nonsense of China taking over or a one-world order with Muslims or anyone else.”
    Sorry Mark Steyn. For the first time I can recall, I DON’T agree with you. Many of the people on National Review are suspect, but I thought you of all people understood the intentions of China and especially the globalist One Worlders.
    And that affects US tremendously. I’m not a ‘citizen of the world’ but Obama, Gore, Kissinger, and the rest of the elites want us all to be. Perhaps under the Muslim Brotherhood’s stated desire to build a Caliphate, or maybe the UN because they both want it.