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Just In Case; My Plan (Vanity)
kreitzer

Posted on 11/04/2012 8:38:55 PM PST by kreitzer

If the American people should choose to reinstall this abortionist fraud back into the White House, or if the Usurper scum manages to steal the election; I vow to commit my political and financial energies to airing commercials that explain what a natural born citizen is and how the American public was duped by the gov't/media complex.


TOPICS: Government; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: vanity

1 posted on 11/04/2012 8:39:00 PM PST by kreitzer
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To: kreitzer

Before you ask, I did not have the will or energy to do it this time around. Another 4 years of this fascist on my tv will be enough motivation.


2 posted on 11/04/2012 8:41:42 PM PST by kreitzer
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To: kreitzer
You would be throwing your money and time away.

On a positive note, I believe Romney will win on Tuesday.

3 posted on 11/04/2012 8:41:49 PM PST by SamAdams76
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To: kreitzer
My plan is to buy a shack in Abaco & take enough money to buy off everybody I need to in order to bring my guns & keep people out. Sad for my kids.
4 posted on 11/04/2012 8:45:27 PM PST by outofstyle (Down All the Days)
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To: kreitzer

For me the outcome of this election will determine if I focus my business (and employing) activities onshore or offshore. As a small biz owner if the US is hostile to small biz, then it’s hostile to *me* (and probably ultimately dangerous to me).


5 posted on 11/04/2012 8:47:35 PM PST by The Duke
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To: kreitzer

The definition of a natural-born citizen is by no means legally settled. There’s a controversy, with legal scholars on both sides of the issue. There’s a Michigan Law Review (I think) issue devoted to the topic that is from 2008, I think. I might be mistaken. But the question is not simple. It’s not possible at this stage to “explain” it because there are no authorities that are accepted as definitive on the question. If the Supreme Court would rule on the question, that would be a different matter, but it seems desirous of not touching the question with even a 100-foot pole. It wants to leave the question up to the political system and stay completely out of it. That leaves Congress to specify the meaning of the term. And here we are, folks, with a Congress that also doesn’t want to touch the question with even a 100-foot pole.


6 posted on 11/04/2012 8:48:01 PM PST by Technical Editor
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To: kreitzer

I plan to hang on to my Bible and my gun.


7 posted on 11/04/2012 8:48:42 PM PST by Calpublican
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To: kreitzer

If the community organizer from Chicago wins 2nd term, I might move to Kenya. May be get an interview with his half brother living in a hut.

Seriously if this fraud wins again, this country will be beyond repair. It will become Greece like in 4 years, guaranteed. Re-distributionists should look at Greece and Spain and learn something. But they won’t because as Levin says, the liberals have a mental disease.


8 posted on 11/04/2012 8:53:22 PM PST by entropy12 (The radical socialist from Chicago and Acorn lawyer must be defeated! VOTE him out!!)
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To: SamAdams76; kreitzer

yes, and yes.

Spritual Blindness, when first encountered is highly frustrating; we are not equipped to deal with it conventionally.

Even those among us who should know better are beclouded by the demands of this present world.

We have one foot in both worlds and don’t know every instant where to put our weight.

I pray for guidance and wisdom, and forgiveness.


9 posted on 11/04/2012 8:55:44 PM PST by One Name (Ultimately, the TRUTH is a razor's edge and no man can sit astride it.)
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To: kreitzer
Pelosi paved the way for 0bama's eligibility through document trickery, omitting the Constitutional requirement passage from certification of 0bama's eligibility for all but the State of Hawaii (and only because Hawaii is the only state requiring the verbiage). She should have been locked up long ago. http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/15127
10 posted on 11/04/2012 8:55:50 PM PST by Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America
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To: kreitzer

You’d have more credibility by running ads revealing factual evidence of the crap the MSM has been hiding about Zer0’s policies and legislation. There’s more than enough fodder there to use up all your funds, and since it can all be backed up by legitimate sources, you’re much less likely to be dismissed as a kook.


11 posted on 11/04/2012 9:08:02 PM PST by Little Pig (Vi Veri Veniversum Vivus Vici.)
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To: kreitzer

Good idea

If Obama wins...you can thank those in the “conservative” media who attacked people that wanted Obama to release his Birth Certificate and investigated his eligibility. Obama should send thank you notes to his Obama Supporters in the GOP Media who helped Obama.

This election would not be this close had the GOP Media took Eligibility seriously.


12 posted on 11/04/2012 9:27:10 PM PST by SeminoleCounty (Political maturity is realizing that the "R" next to someone's name does not mean "conservative")
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To: kreitzer
A vote for 0bama and Democrats is a vote for lawlessness.

It's one thing to have a corrupt rogue gov, it's another thing entirely to have a majority vote of the people approving of a lawless nation. If that lawless commie and his party of criminal thugs is re-elected the republic, the Constitution and the concept of the rule of law itself will be nothing more than a pretense. All legitimate basis for those things will cease to exist.

A vote to re-elect 0bama and the DemRat Party is a vote for lawlessness.


13 posted on 11/04/2012 10:54:47 PM PST by TigersEye (dishonorabledisclosure.com - OPSEC (give them support))
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To: kreitzer

Not kidding here. My mother has lost so much over the last 4 years (she is 70), she has told me that she is seriously considering selling everything off that she owns and moving to a cottage in Ireland. No B.S.

And yes she knows that Ireland is pretty much a Socialist state but at least she would be in one of the most beautiful places in her bloodline and history and she is fine with that....she just refuses to live in a country that votes Obama in a 2nd time.

It is not the country she grew up in and has lived through many wars...does not see the nation surviving at all if 4 more years of Obama.


14 posted on 11/04/2012 11:12:32 PM PST by My Favorite Headache (In a world where I feel so small, I can't stop thinking big.)
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To: entropy12

What about the country that is the redistribution capitol of the world - Zimbabwe?


15 posted on 11/04/2012 11:51:57 PM PST by monocle
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To: kreitzer

By far, the single most important issue you could concentrate your resources on is the repeal of the 17th amendment back to where individual State Legislatures decided who their Senators are.

And add an amendment that limits campaign contributions (cash or in-kind) from out of state and out of district entities, including individuals and corporations and political action committees. This way, people from California cannot donate money to the campaigns of politicians running for office in the State of Virginia. Corporations headquartered in Delaware cannot contribute to politicians running in Iowa.

Those two items would change the face of politics in the U.S and normalize the mix of Red/Blue States.


16 posted on 11/05/2012 12:52:12 AM PST by Usagi_yo
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To: Usagi_yo

I tend to disagree with any “conservatives” that back McCain style campaign finance reform. With the libs controlling the MSM, it is only through paid media that we can hope to level the playing field. But, I wonder, how your idea would normalize the mix of Red/Blue States?


17 posted on 11/05/2012 1:06:59 AM PST by Hokestuk
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To: Usagi_yo
By far, the single most important issue you could concentrate your resources on is the repeal of the 17th amendment back to where individual State Legislatures decided who their Senators are.

And add an amendment that limits campaign contributions (cash or in-kind) from out of state and out of district entities, including individuals and corporations and political action committees. This way, people from California cannot donate money to the campaigns of politicians running for office in the State of Virginia. Corporations headquartered in Delaware cannot contribute to politicians running in Iowa.

Yes! I'd like to see the latter even on a state level with state issues. At least the opposition would have to launder the contributions.

18 posted on 11/05/2012 2:01:38 AM PST by Smokin' Joe (How often God must weep at humans' folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing)
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To: Hokestuk

Because big money states like California and New York can no longer influence the Senate as much for one.

Remember all the Money that Hillary received from California? The K street lobby couldn’t lobby (ply with campaign contributions) every Senator, it would revert back to the way it was, Senator lobby Senator for quid pro quo political patronage forcing Senators to actually concentrate on representing their state interests rather than trying to be 1% of a President.

Politics would become local again as even the bluest of states would have to be some kind of moderate.

In addition, I would like to see any entity that receives any federal dollars either through budgets or grants limited to “NO” campaign contributions and “NO” campaign issue adds.

You see the lock Liberals have? They give money to organizations that will in turn support them with contributions, such as unions, planned parenthood et al.

This part is controversial and I’m not advocating it, but I want to use it as an extreme example: Anybody on Welfare loses their right to vote and their right to donate. Now with something like that in place you think the Libs will try and push a welfare state on us?


19 posted on 11/05/2012 3:28:07 AM PST by Usagi_yo
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To: TigersEye

Great post. Totally agree too. What’s the right response to living in a pirate haven?


20 posted on 11/05/2012 8:15:34 AM PST by Jack Black ( Whatever is left of American patriotism is now identical with counter-revolution.)
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To: kreitzer

I am a Texan and I will vote to secede!


21 posted on 11/05/2012 8:24:08 AM PST by Ditter
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To: kreitzer

I am a Texan and I will vote to secede!


22 posted on 11/05/2012 8:24:33 AM PST by Ditter
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To: kreitzer

I am a Texan and I will vote to secede!


23 posted on 11/05/2012 8:25:35 AM PST by Ditter
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To: Jack Black
Great post. Totally agree too. What’s the right response to living in a pirate haven?

Thanks! That is exactly the question I have been turning over in my mind for some time now. I really don't think 0bama can win but I have a flag like the one above on hand and it goes up if he does. Not as a joke. As recognition of the new reality.

24 posted on 11/05/2012 12:04:54 PM PST by TigersEye (dishonorabledisclosure.com - OPSEC (give them support))
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To: Ditter

You voting three times to secede? We aren’t Democrats, you know. ;)


25 posted on 11/05/2012 12:10:38 PM PST by DaveInDallas
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To: DaveInDallas

At least 3 times. Myself, my husband, my brother, sister in law, cousins etc etc etc. :D


26 posted on 11/05/2012 12:21:56 PM PST by Ditter
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