Emma Goldman Quotes
If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.
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It is morally tragic whenever a citizen’s only choice is between two wrongdoers—that is, between two trimmers.~Leonard E. Read … The Lesser of Two EvilsI am constantly amazed by my fellow citizen’s reverence for voting. This blind worship for this worthless endeavor is troubling to say the very least, but nonetheless firmly entrenched in the minds of the masses.
Almost from birth in this country, we are taught that voting is a “sacred” right, a right so important as to be one of, if not the greatest right. I must not have been indoctrinated properly by the government school system, as I consider the most sacred rights as those natural rights to life, liberty, and property, certainly not casting a ballot for one or another criminal in politics.
I consider voting today only as an avenue that allows one group to legally plunder another, and a process that fully legitimizes a corrupt political system. Those who vote are obviously supportive of the political process and the political actions taken in this country, and are responsible for those they elect, and for what they do in office. This is why I think the old adage that “those who do not vote have no right to complain” is backward.
Voting Machines Hacked to Insure Romney Victory, Urgent Video
http://us.mg4.mail.yahoo.com ^ | 03/16/12 | Mike Curtiss
Posted on Friday, March 16, 2012 2:00:22 PM by STD
I apologize, if this disturbing video has already been posted before now
…..The festering wound I refer to is the tyranny being implemented now and planned for the future by the government, and the apathy of all too many citizens. The washing needed here is prayer; the disinfectant needed is knowledge of the real issues. The medication is letting elected officials know we are watching and we are knowledgeable. The wound dressing is voting almost all of those in Congress out of Congress. More on this later.
Voting: The ‘God‘ That Failed! by Gary D. Barnett
Voting: The ‘God’ That Failed! by Gary D. Barnett:
“I am constantly amazed by my fellow citizen’s reverence for voting. This blind worship for this worthless endeavor is troubling to say the very least, but nonetheless firmly entrenched in the minds of the masses.
Almost from birth in this country, we are taught that voting is a ‘sacred’ right, a right so important as to be one of, if not the greatest right. I must not have been indoctrinated properly by the government school system, as I consider the most sacred rights as those natural rights to life, liberty, and property, certainly not casting a ballot for one or another criminal in politics.
I consider voting today only as an avenue that allows one group to legally
This quote came to mind as I was voting this morning. I thought I would take a moment and get “tight in the throat” as the Duke indicates in the video clip. Hope you remember what we are all fighting for, and enjoy!
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This essay originally appeared in July 1945 in a monthly newsletter Chodorov established called analysis.
It later appeared as a chapter in his book Out of Step: The Autobiography of an Individualist 1962.
New York in midsummer is measurably more miserable than any other place in this world – and should be comparable to the world for which all planners are headed. Why New Yorkers, otherwise sane, should choose to parboil their innards in a political campaign during this time of the year is a question that comes under the head of man’s inscrutable propensity for self-punishment. And if a fellow elects to let the whole thing pass him by, some socially conscious energumen is bound to sweat him with a lecture on civic duty, like the citizeness who came at me.For 25 years my dereliction has been known to my friends, and more than one has undertaken to set me straight; out of these arguments came a solid defense for my nonvoting position, so that the lady in question was well parried with practiced retorts.
I pointed out, with many instances, that though we have had candidates and platforms and parties and campaigns in abundance, we have had an equivalent plenitude of poverty and crime and war. The regularity with which the perennial promise of “good times” wound up in depression suggested the incompetence of politics in economic affairs. Maybe the good society we have been voting for lay some other way; why not try another fork in the road, the one pointing to individual self-improvement, particularly in acquiring a knowledge of economics?
And so on.There was one question put to me by my charming annoyer that I deftly sidestepped, for the day was sultry and the answer called for some mental effort. The question: “What would happen if we quit voting?”If you are curious about the result of noneating you come upon the question of why we eat. So, the query put to me by the lady brings up the reason for voting.
The theory of government by elected representatives is that these fellows are hired by the voting citizenry to take care of all matters relating to their common interests. However, it is different from ordinary employment in that the representative is not under specific orders, but is given blanket authority to do what he believes desirable for the public welfare in any and all circumstances, subject to constitutional limitations. In all matters relating to public affairs the will of the individual is transferred to the elected agent, whose responsibility is commensurate with the power thus invested in him…
VOTING LESSER OF TWO EVILS WON’T SAVE AMERICA5/11/04 • NewsWithViews The stakes are high this November This is the current chant being heard all across this land.
Forgive me for raining on everyone’s parade, but as someone who has been in the “take back America” movement for the past 14 years, 24/7, I hear this every four years. Stop and think about it.
Back in ’92, it was “anyone but Clinton,” or conversely, “anyone but Bush, Sr.”
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As a card-carrying member of the retired troops of America, I think I’ll pass this one up the chain to the governors, congress-critters, attorneys general, justices, service chiefs, service Sec’s, SecDefs, and CINCs of the world:
F-That’s your grade for the arrogant sleaziness with which you ignored the right of our troops to vote.Please, Lord, keep me from cursing these politicos who love party or position more than country. Instead, may You undercut their personal agendas in proportion to their individual guilt in disregarding our troops’ right to vote.Here’s a remedy freely offered. Let’s stimulate the air transport industry with your billions of left-over stimulus funds. It will take a simple stroke of the pen, but it will require a massive movement of bodies.Authorize “vote leave” for all troops unable to vote absentee because our system just can’t manage to get them their ballots on time.
Starting now. Let them fly home to get their own ballot at their own authorized voting location. Let them cast that ballot, and then load them back on a plane and send them again to our far-flung fields of war to risk their lives for our freedoms.That are denied to them.
WE, THE SOVEREIGNS, NEED TO ENSURE OUR OWN FREEDOM
by Andrew C. Wallace,
Federal Reserve Notes are not the form of money authorized by the U.S. ConstitutionSept. 10, 2010 —BUT, I GUARANTEE YOU THE FAIL-SAFE RETURN TO FREEDOM AND PROSPERITY if you confront your candidates and get them to read, agree, and sign the following pledge. You must have the courage to tell candidates that you are aware that many of them are clueless, and most of them in both parties are corrupt Marxist progressives who belong in prison for their treason.
The Marxists can either accept defeat and a lawful measure of retribution or attack us, which would result in much bloodshed and their annihilation. For more detailed information go here.Please be aware that many in both parties are “Establishment Candidates” who have been bought and paid for by the establishment elites, Marxist media and other notables.
Politicians must pledge to honor the following 24 points in return for election to office by the Sovereign People:
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Pajama Media’s Bryan Preston is reporting that there are fears that a campaign of voter fraud, coupled with the lost of ten thousand voting machines in a warehouse fire, may be threatening the integrity of the 2010 elections in Houston.
By Dr. Laurie Roth Monday, August 30, 2010
It is unbelievable to me that I even have to mention such a thing as the right for our overseas military to get their votes counted in time for elections, but I do.
We saw the absurdity in the 2008 election where 17,000 votes that we know of of overseas military votes were not counted for the general Presidential election. That was a shocking horror show then to most of America and thankfully to some in our congress who created a law, the Move Act, requiring all states to send out ballots at least 45 days in advance to make sure overseas military had time to vote before the election. Hopefully this protective law would solve this voting problem…not.
It is unforgivable to not allow our soldiers who are facing bullets, terrorists, fear and death daily to even vote in time regardless of the state’s excuses for not sending them out on time! Here they are taking hails of bullets and sacrificing their lives to protect our rights to vote, yet we can’t go out of our way to make sure they get to vote as well!