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Mo Brooks Fights Infobabe, Not President [Jul. 20th, 2011|03:46 pm]
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Don't be distracted by the one good line: Even a broken clock gets to be right twice a day.

I'll give Brooks the points that he's due for not backing down from the fight with the arrogant reporterette, but I give him no points for failing to change the conversation and offer a real solution: Want to raise the debt ceiling? You get a temporary raise for three years IF you implement the Fair Tax.

But let's not forget that this so-called "Proven Conservative" and "Proven Leader" has continued to vote for spending increases, all the while claiming that it would cost the taxpayer more in the long run to shut the government down. Yes, there is a truth to that, but the dirty little secret is that the Tea Party–whom Brooks claims to be endorsed by–don't want any more government spending. Why? Because government spending is a tax increase by another name. And what are taxes? Simply put, taxes are legalized theft.

And while we're on the topic, he hasn't called for the impeachment of a President that allowed his Attorney General to approve a plan that COERCED businessmen to illegally conduct business, else face the wrath of the same government for interfering with a government operation. (Yes, I'm speaking of Fast and Furious and Operation Castaway)

After these entrepreneurs were browbeaten into compliance, the United States government–under the leadership of Barrack Hussien Obama and Eric Holder–aided and abetted sworn enemies of this country by giving–yes, a gift, much like is exchanged on Christmas Day–the means with which to kill Americans.

And kill Americans with guns from the government foreign and domestic enemies of the United States did.

To recap:


  • Eric Holder approved the plan to kill Americans. This makes him a murderer in my eyes.


  • Obama did nothing to stop it when he was briefed. From where I sit, this means he was Holder's accomplice in the matter.


  • The House of Representatives failed to bring the President to trial for "Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors." (Article II, Section 4, United States Constitution) And by my math, this makes the House of Representatives–which is overwhelmingly Republican–accomplices after the fact.



My Conclusion: The Attorney General, the President of the United States and both Houses of Congress are guilty of murder.

So bravo, Congressman! Standing on the steps of the Capitol, you really let that info babe have it–safe somewhere in a studio–but you won't dare stand up to the President.

The President continues to distract the country with rhetoric about the debt ceiling and engages to murder Americans so he can gain sympathy for gun control laws. But of course you can't stand up to the President: you've already joined forces with him by voting to increase spending, and your conscience is seared to the heartache of broken families caused by this Administration, both physically and economically.


Fellow patriots, we cannot stand by and let clowns like this get voted back into office if we expect change.
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[User Picture]From: melvin_udall
2011-07-20 09:57 pm (UTC)

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Don't be distracted by the one good line: Even a broken clock gets to be right twice a day.

HAHAHAHAHA! That's HILARIOUS!



My Conclusion: The Attorney General, the President of the United States and both Houses of Congress are guilty of murder.

It could be argued they are state sponsors of terrorism.


I am angry with Congress for not jumping all over this now. I will be livid if they don't before the election. If they don't by '13 they won't at all, and so I agree with you on accessories after the fact.