Chicago–Communist Paradise of the Midwest ~ By Al Benson Jr. (via ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984+ ~ (BLOG & EMAIL))
Most people consider Abe Lincoln to be one of our greatest presidents, if not the greatest president we’ve ever had.
Would you agree with that sentiment and why or why not?
No, I don’t think he was one of our greatest presidents. I mean, he was determined to fight a bloody civil war, which many have argued could have been avoided. For 1/100 the cost of the war, plus 600 thousand lives, enough money would have been available to buy up all the slaves and free them. So, I don’t see that is a good part of our history.
The people who disagree want to turn around and say, “Oh, yes, those guys just wanted to protect slavery.” But that’s just a cop-out if you look at this whole idea of what happened in our country because Lincoln really believed in the centralized state.
He was a Hamiltonian type and objected to everything Jefferson wanted.
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WorldNetDaily Exclusive U.S. Marines boot recruits with Confederate tattoos You won’t believe what military thinks of historic Southern symbol (via ~ The GUNNY “G” BLOG & E-MAIL ~)
Obama Administration Doubling Down on Bet Electorate Will Swallow ObamaCare
Even if our only choice is Mr/Ms Flim or M/M Flam!!!!!
The two sides of the same coin!
(the so-called lesser of two evils–Ha! but still evil we know from experience…)
And those who would dare “waste” a vote on an Independent or 3d Party candidate, we will be attacked by the very same people who demand we vote.
The two-party system is a helluvva system alright—or call it scam, marxism, whatever—continue to get pizzed enough to play the game “they” ‘re way.They got yer #!
3 posted on Friday, August 13, 2010 1:36:59 PM
Gunny G: Myself, I would simply refer to these “multitude of fools” as simply… AINO ~ American In Name Only!
Some people have the vocabulary to sum up things in a way you can understand them. This quote came from the Czech Republic. Someone over there has it figured out. We have a lot of work to do.
“The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president.”
WorldNetDaily Exclusive U.S. Marines boot recruits with Confederate tattoos You won’t believe what military thinks of historic Southern symbol
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Tuesday, May 04, 2010
U.S. Marines boot recruits
with Confederate tattoos
You won’t believe what military
thinks of historic Southern symbol
Posted: May 04, 2010
8:23 pm Eastern
By Chelsea Schilling
U.S. Marine hoists Confederate flag during World War II (photo: WWII in Color)
A widely regarded Southern symbol of pride and states’ rights is standing in the way of would-be Marines in their quest to serve their country – a Confederate battle flag.
Straight out of high school, one 18-year-old Tennessee man was determined to serve his country as a Marine. His friend said he passed the pre-enlistment tests and physical exams and looked forward with excitement to the day he would ship out to boot camp.
But there would be no shouting drill instructors, no rigorous physical training and no action-packed stories for the aspiring Marine to share with his family.
Shortly before he was scheduled to leave Nashville for boot camp, the Marine Corps rejected him.
Now, the young man, who wishes to remain unnamed and declined to be interviewed, has chosen to return to school and is no longer an aspiring Marine.
“I think he just wants to let it go,” said former Marine 1st Lt. Gene Andrews, a friend of the man and patriotic Southerner who served in Vietnam from 1968 through 1971. Andrews is a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, a group of male descendents of Confederate soldiers. He counseled the young man when he decided to become a Marine.
“He had been talking to me, and he was all fired up about joining,” he told WND. “He asked my opinion of it, and I just tried to tell him the truth, good points and bad points.”
When the young recruit didn’t go to boot camp, Andrews learned of his rejection based on his tattoo of the Confederate battle flag on his shoulder.
‘Right now, it’s a flat-out denial’
Current Marine Corps tattoo policy states, “Tattoos/brands that are sexist (express nudity), racist, eccentric or offensive in nature, express an association with conduct or substances prohibited by the Marine Corps drug policy and the Uniform Code of Military Justice, to include tattoos associated with illegal drugs, drug usage or paraphernalia, are prohibited. Tattoos/brands that depict vulgar or anti-American content, bring possible discredit to the Marine Corps, or associate the applicant/Marine with any extremist group or organization are prohibited.”
WND contacted the Tennessee recruiting station, and a Marine sergeant explained, “The policy is if a tattoo can be construed by anyone as being gang-related or racially biased, then we can’t accept them.”
VIetnam war heroes hoist Confederate flag (photo: Tears of ‘Nam)
While some extremist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and Aryan Nations have reportedly embraced the Confederate flag in the past, the KKK has also adopted the U.S. flag and Christian crosses as symbols. However, many Southerners do not consider the flag an expression of racism or indicator of membership in extremist groups. They regard the Confederate flag as a symbol of state sovereignty and an honorable tribute to the men who fought and died to protect their homeland from invasion by the federalist North.
http://www.cakewalkblogs.com/antiestablishmenthistory/chicagocommunist-paradise-midwestby-al-benson-jr.aspx dealing with the history of communism in the fair city of Chicago. Guess what, communism in this country started in Chicago.
So what else is new?Al
Chicago–Communist Paradise of the Midwest
A Condensed Version of The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda and an Unnecessary War by Thomas J. DiLorenzo. Prima. 352 pp. $24.95
Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume
Chapter 6: Was Lincoln a Dictator?
5. Lincoln’s Unconstitutional Secession
Lincoln did not oppose secession as long as it served his purposes. In fact, he orchestrated the secession of western Virginia and set up a puppet government in the new state.
Lincoln ‘s attorney general (Edwin Bates) believed that act was unconstitutional. He believed that states must first exist before they can be accepted into the union and that neither the president nor congress could create a state for that was something only its people could do.