Sunday, August 13, 2017


FAILED STATE-TIME TO ADD THE US TO THE LIST

I am not buying any of the sudden indignation concerning the events in Virginia? Where was the indignation when Muslims were being attacked? Where was the indignation every time an innocent black child has been killed in Chicago?  Where has been the indignation as the crime against transgenders rises, something fueled by President Trump's own hatred of them.

The false Republican Prophets all of a sudden taking an interest.  News flash people, hate does not only come from people who celebrate the symbolism of Nazi Germany.  My heart goes out to those who stood up against those using Nazi symbolism to justify their actions.  These people said enough is enough.

But where were these false denouncers of hate Republicans before Virginia?  Dead Silent

Rubio followed suit, pressing the need for Trump to acknowledge the events that transpired.
For context, keep in mind that these are not back-bench Republicans. They’re well-known and influential players in Republican politics. They’re also not reflexive critics. They’ve defended Trump in the past. From this perspective, it’s a big deal to see senators buck their party leader so forcefully.
Still, their obvious statements against neo-Nazis shouldn’t normally look like an act of political courage. They are telling Trump that he needs to call today’s events for what they are: an act of domestic terrorism by white supremacists and white nationalists.

What " WhiteNatjonalist" are doing in Charlottesville is homegrown terrorism that can't be tolerated anymore that what Any extremist does

Their tiki torches may be fueled by citronella but their ideas are fueled by hate, & have no place in civil society. https://twitter.com/aletweetsnews/status/896189794778218496 
We should call evil by its name. My brother didn't give his life fighting Hitler for Nazi ideas to go unchallenged here at home. -OGH

The tragedy in Charlottesville this afternoon was domestic terrorism. We must all condemn hatred and white nationalism.

Millions of Americans have been trying hard to bring out the dangers in allowing hate and bigotry to spread. They have been ignored. And we all know in a few days the Virgina story will be old news and these same Senators will be running to the side of this country's biggest bigot and purveyor of hate, Donald Trump. While my heart goes out to those who tried to stop this and including those law enforcement officers who died, and their peers, let's stop pretending the country cares, because it does not.

THE PREAMBLE OF THE CONSTITUTION

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

You cannot tell me the government is meeting this duty imposed on them when the president himself spreads hate and bigotry and that hatemonger Greg Abbott rallies the same people as those in Virginia to promote hate against the LGBTG community.

It is time we face the truth and accept we have no organized government as provided for in the Preamble of the Constitution.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Once you advocated for the overthrow of the government you may have lost your right to cite the constitution. I have to think about it.

BobbyWC said...

No, the constitution still forces the government to prove its claims. I do believe on this issue, if convicted and all appeala are exhausted, you should become a man without atate. The social trust requires you agree to the rules. When you breach those rules by calling for the overthrow of the government you are no longer part of the social trust. This is a difficult argument which has many flaws, but it also has an element of validity. Because when you rob someone you are also breaching the terms of the trust. So I am not sure any act by a US born citizen can cause them to lose their rights under the constitution. It is an interesting question one way or the other.

Bobby wC