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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #75 on: August 14, 2016, 02:20:22 PM »
Your posting is so screwed up it's not productive to even quote.

The draft revision of the first defines which speech the government must support.  All speech is still free.

Your neglect to answering this question below, allows your incompetence to continue.

If the framers intended for Americans to alter or abolish government destructive to unalienable rights, what did they intend to serve the PURPOSE of enabling the unity required to effectively alter or abolish if it was not free speech?
I am assuming you are talking to me? So regardless, you will use the quote function, understand?

OK,Let me be blunt, You ARE A Fuckin Moron and a Traitor to our Founding Principles, Documents!

First off, you don't understand the purpose behind the Bill of Rights, which states clearly, that it is a barrier against govt having any say over Ten listed Inalienable Rights. Speech being the first!!!

But what do you want to do? You actually advocate allowing govt power over speech by opening the door a crack allowing it to usurp power over something is was specifically forbidden from having.

Hey, but why stop there, eh moron?
Lets allow them the ability to define the 2nd, shall we?

Let's say....? Defining laws that enhance a person's Right to self defense within the home?
Wouldn't that be really neat? Finally we get the govt to acknowledge that having the Right to defend one's home is an inalienable Right?

Are you starting to see fault in your misplaced "good intentions"? Am I getting through here yet, are you seeing the danger in allowing govt interference in Rights they were barred from interfering with in the first place?
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #76 on: August 14, 2016, 02:24:08 PM »

  Use the quote function or I will start delete your posts if not used.  Your choice!!
Sounds like a Trumpanzee. It's my fault that he can't use the quote function?
Yeah, his stupidity is always someone else's fault. :lol:
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #77 on: August 14, 2016, 02:45:18 PM »
Sounds like a Trumpanzee. It's my fault that he can't use the quote function?
Yeah, his stupidity is always someone else's fault. :lol:

IF he is going to get on the computer and post on an adult board and try and run with the big dogs.  He need to learn board posting etiquette.  He has a choice!! 
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #78 on: August 22, 2016, 08:45:12 AM »
I am assuming you are talking to me? So regardless, you will use the quote function, understand?

First off, you don't understand the purpose behind the Bill of Rights, which states clearly, that it is a barrier against govt having any say over Ten listed Inalienable Rights. Speech being the first!!!

But what do you want to do? You actually advocate allowing govt power over speech by opening the door a crack allowing it to usurp power over something is was specifically forbidden from having.

The quote function works for me, but you really are not worth quoting because you misrepresent what is being shared with you.

I suggest citizens have the right to share with all other citizens across the nation any information they have regarding the destruction of unalienable right by government or anyone else.  And as far as the the 2nd amendment, it should be untouched and I have not mentioned it.  That is your deceptive efforts at manipulation there.

You have too little integrity towards the intent of our founding documents to attempt restating any thing I post. 

Pages back you showed you are a member of a network stalking me and my efforts to see states citizens use their right to protect their rights and enforce the law.  You posted text here copied and pasted text from a forum that was disappeared when I joined here.

You have negative credibility as an American supportive of the intents of our framing documents.
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #79 on: August 22, 2016, 11:07:17 AM »
The quote function works for me, but you really are not worth quoting because you misrepresent what is being shared with you.

I suggest citizens have the right to share with all other citizens across the nation any information they have regarding the destruction of unalienable right by government or anyone else.  And as far as the the 2nd amendment, it should be untouched and I have not mentioned it.  That is your deceptive efforts at manipulation there.

You have too little integrity towards the intent of our founding documents to attempt restating any thing I post. 

Pages back you showed you are a member of a network stalking me and my efforts to see states citizens use their right to protect their rights and enforce the law.  You posted text here copied and pasted text from a forum that was disappeared when I joined here.

You have negative credibility as an American supportive of the intents of our framing documents.
Cut the bull shit kid! Address what I posted, I have no interest in your hairbrained conspiracy theories.
You post at this forum because I allow it, I did not lure your dumb ass here, you infected this forum on your own accord, and as the owner, I'll boot your dumb young ass in the speed of a fly's fart.

Now, answer my post, or say good bye. Do I make myself clear?

You came in claiming you want govt to parse the First Amendment, giving special attention to speech that promotes tranquility, while claiming speech that incites anger should somehow be quelled.
You claim
It's quite clear to me because I am demonstrably on the side of the intent of the 1787 constitution and defense of those intents.

No you are not, because you see varying degrees to speech, where the Framers understood quite clearly dissent was the most important speech of all, but knew it was a part of all speech which is exactly why they didn't define it in anyway.
Yet you claim:

All speech is free.  The draft revision of the 1st amendment describes what kind of speech is enabled, empowered, supported by the public interests of the constitution.

So answer my post, and while you're at it, post your so called "Draft Revision"
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #80 on: August 22, 2016, 12:55:35 PM »
Cut the bull shit kid! Address what I posted, I have no interest in your hairbrained conspiracy theories.
You post at this forum because I allow it, I did not lure your dumb ass here, you infected this forum on your own accord, and as the owner, I'll boot your dumb young ass in the speed of a fly's fart.

Now, answer my post, or say good bye. Do I make myself clear?

You came in claiming you want govt to parse the First Amendment, giving special attention to speech that promotes tranquility, while claiming speech that incites anger should somehow be quelled.
You claim
No you are not, because you see varying degrees to speech, where the Framers understood quite clearly dissent was the most important speech of all, but knew it was a part of all speech which is exactly why they didn't define it in anyway.
Yet you claim:
So answer my post, and while you're at it, post your so called "Draft Revision"
Another one who thinks the Declaration of Independence, bill of rights, and the Constitution is subject to change as a new flavor of the month comes out. This thinking is pure liberalism and yet most claim they are conservative. Just more proof that the liberals would trash the bill of rights if given half a chance.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #81 on: August 22, 2016, 01:38:45 PM »
Another one who thinks the Declaration of Independence, bill of rights, and the Constitution is subject to change as a new flavor of the month comes out. This thinking is pure liberalism and yet most claim they are conservative. Just more proof that the liberals would trash the bill of rights if given half a chance.
Bingo!!!
He actually sees govt as a force of good. Our Founders knew better, which is why we have three separate branches of govt and a Bill of Rights keeping them all at bay, and then we have mental midgets like this idiot lib that thinks he can improve on the First, by relinquishing it's power to the very entity it was designed to keep chained in a room.
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #82 on: September 23, 2016, 11:59:48 AM »
Hah hah haha, OMG, what infantile incompetent posting related to our unalienable rights and protecting them.

Total unaccountability!

Not one word about how to inform all state citizens of the destruction of unalienable rights.  Seems a nest of agents dedicated to destruction of the 1787 constitution.  I mean that bit of copying up my posts from teapartynation.com before it closed as a forum, then posting it here, where I joined AFTER teapartynation.com ought to make it clear just what a nest of agents this place is.  The quoted in red did not exist online when I joined this forum.

As soo as I did not get a clear answer to these inquiries, I knew the place was a dud, then it turns out the agent is a mod?

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?


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That's exactly what he is, a one note Charlie, a myopic fool with one goal in mind, though he has yet to reveal the point behind his innocuous senseless line of questions.
Check this out, found where he's been to several forums making a fool of himself and all opening with the same stupid question.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #83 on: September 24, 2016, 08:45:46 AM »
Hah hah haha, OMG, what infantile incompetent posting related to our unalienable rights and protecting them.

Total unaccountability!

Not one word about how to inform all state citizens of the destruction of unalienable rights.  Seems a nest of agents dedicated to destruction of the 1787 constitution.  I mean that bit of copying up my posts from teapartynation.com before it closed as a forum, then posting it here, where I joined AFTER teapartynation.com ought to make it clear just what a nest of agents this place is.  The quoted in red did not exist online when I joined this forum.

As soo as I did not get a clear answer to these inquiries, I knew the place was a dud, then it turns out the agent is a mod?

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?


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You are one brain damaged dumb shit!
Do as I did, and search for "Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?"

That's how I found you earlier posts, and yes you dip shit, they are still out there regardless of whether the forum is gone or not, the posts are still alive and well.
Hell, for all I know the forum may still be active, they just booted your worthless ass for being such an idiot.

Oh look, the forum is still up and running, so it looks like you were banned.
http://www.teapartynation.com/forums/

Guess what dumb ass, I'm doing the same as they did and kicking your dumb ass to the curb!
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