Will Your Representative vote for the Status Quo???


Debray

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Today we will see if our Representative Bill Johnson in Ohio and your Representative where ever that may be votes for the status quo or listens to disgruntled voters and votes for the Tea Party backed candidate Marlin Stutzman of Indiana for the No. 2 House Republican leadership job.

Let them know how you feel Find Your Representative · House.gov
 

Debray

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Good News Bad News

Bad News, They made sure we will never know who the Government elites are that voted for McCarthy it was a secret-ballot election.

Good News, This is better than buying Hillarie’s book and throwing it in the dumpster, “enjoy”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=pFZWjbqn4pw


The Truth, Many of us already know Public schools have become leftwing indoctrination centers that we finance with our Property taxes.
This is just one of their methods.
Jesus, Republicans and NRA banned on school website | Fox News

Edison School District just passed another Tax Levi and we hear the same story every time “It’s for the kids” or “we can’t afford buses”
Has anyone ever looked at where the money goes in your district?
Didn’t the Edison School Board announce they were re-hiring retired teachers because they were a better value?
Check out what this better value cost us or you in your District Buckeye Institute - Teacher Salary just add your district name and year.
Salaries over $50,000.00 for 190 days, most of us work 260 days a year.
100% Health care with no contribution.
They are now receiving retirement benefits of $35,000.00 + and a maximum yearly payout of $28,000.00 in Social Security benefits plus a salary.
 

nosreme

Member
I think it's a all huge communist plot resulting from insidious fluoridation of public water supplies and transmitting propagandistic 666 hz. radio waves into peoples' heads. Evil, corrupt liberals are everywhere, pretending that the constitution's anti-religion-establishment clause actually means something and that schools should teach kids to think rather than memorize religious takes on history and science and memorized patriotic slogans and often-apocryphal historical "facts."
 

BluesStringer

Les Brers
Evil, corrupt liberals are everywhere, pretending that the constitution's anti-religion-establishment clause actually means something and that schools should teach kids to think rather than memorize religious takes on history and science and memorized patriotic slogans and often-apocryphal historical "facts."

You're either a moron or a liar. If you don't know damned good and well that the Establishment Clause is an anti-government-intrusion-into-people's-religious-practices clause, then you're a moron. I happen to believe you know that though, which makes you a liar. Piss off, liar.

Blues
 

nosreme

Member
...If you don't know damned good and well that the Establishment Clause is an anti-government-intrusion-into-people's-religious-practices clause, then you're a moron...

And I am sure you know that's only part of it. The other part involves anti-religion-intrusion-into-government. Religious types who see only the anti-govt part are disingenuous at best.
 

BluesStringer

Les Brers
And I am sure you know that's only part of it.

Oh, so you admit you were lying before, eh?

The other part involves anti-religion-intrusion-into-government. Religious types who see only the anti-govt part are disingenuous at best.

B u l l s h i t, you're still a liar. Nothing in the Constitution or Bill of Rights puts restrictions on the individual, they only restrict government.

To follow your so-called "logic," the Framers were saying, "We, The People hereby give permission to our creation, the government of the United States of America, to determine when and where we can pray, study our Bibles, display our symbols of our faith..." and on and on and on ad infinitum as regards the myriad intrusions by government upon our religious liberties.

The only thing the Establishment Clause limits is the federal government's authorization to establish a state religion. It doesn't say that government employees can't express their religious beliefs on government property, or even that a local government can't express its constituency's religious beliefs in the form of displaying a nativity scene for two weeks out of the year on City Hall property.

You have to make a bunch of crap up that doesn't exist in the 1st Amendment or the singular Establishment Clause to come up with the lies you promulgate. And just like your false idol, Alinsky, you bring this stuff up to change the subject of a thread that has nothing to do with you as a leftist hack in the first place. You're a lying piece of human debris whose only obvious purpose here is to provoke and troll.

Blues
 

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