Posted 1 year ago on March 15, 2012, 6:29 p.m. EST by GumbyDamnit
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Tennessee, one of the minority of states which has notified the Federal Government of it's Tenth Amendment Sovereignty, via a resolution signed by it's governor, today, withdrew it's membership from Agenda 21. Democrats fought to keep it and the Republicans said hell no. I suppose some finally actually read what it was really about.
An aside, I don't know if any have watched the Atlantic's Economy Summit, damage and spin control with their main objective being to restore The People's trust in government.
D or R matters not, every example that can be brought to light to show reasons for people not to trust them, is why they fret. 80% of citizens do not trust the government. The true puppet masters only fear is that enough light will be shed on the rigged game that people will realize the hope of "the American Dream" is futile.
I know that it is hopeless for many as I can see how the game is rigged. I'm thankful that I was able to get a slice of the pie.
Also interesting is the vote pandering Obama's staff is doing which is a complete "about face" regarding pump prices and it's affect on the working class. Sit back and watch him stay true to his actual belief of wanting to see them go higher.
Faith in the government? Nope, therefore I want much less of it. It seems to be a fluke when they do something sensible that has me wanting to uncover stones and see what the real reason is for it.
Well now maybe they will cease trying to "agenda 21" two of my properties, that has been going on for 4 years now.
[-] 5 points by bensdad (1551) 12 hours ago
"Sit back and watch him stay true to his actual belief of wanting to see them go higher." can you cite where he said this? ↥like ↧dislike reply permalink [-] 1 points by GumbyDamnit (1) 0 minutes ago
keep voting it down and acting like it hasn't been given to you several times days ago ↥like ↧dislike reply edit delete permalink [+] -4 points by GumbyDamnit (1) 1 hour ago [-] 3 points by shooz (4712) 50 minutes ago
Much ado about nothing.
You would think that after crashing the worlds economy the (R)epelican'ts would spend less time at conspiracy theory sites.
You should unelect every legislator that spent any time at all on this BS bill. ↥like ↧dislike reply permalink [-] -3 points by GumbyDamnit (1) 43 minutes ago
I'm quite satisfied with them for the most part, especially their work on this and the resolution to notify the federal government of their unwillingness to waive any of this state's tenth amendment rights.
Dig and you'll see this state has also bucked the fascist government mandates on several other directives, including NCLB.
Maybe your state (of addled confusion) should wise up and make a stand. ↥like ↧dislike reply edit delete permalink
[-] 4 points by shooz (4712) 10 hours ago
A plan for sustainable resource development?
Now who would want that?
100% snark. ↥like ↧dislike reply permalink [-] -3 points by GumbyDamnit (1) 56 minutes ago
Plans are good but that doesn't mean that anything coming from the UN, in the form of plans, are.
I suppose you are another who blindly accepts what some of the democrat pundits tell you. You should try reading Agenda 21 and maybe you will actually learn the actual motives behind many of the very illegal foreclosures that seemingly have you indignant. ↥like ↧dislike reply edit delete permalink