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Saturday, February 15, 2014

Insane hallucinations

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled Government's Insane Hallucinations.


Evidently not a barn-burner, since as of this posting no one has commented on it. Oh well.

12 comments:

  1. No one has commented because they agree with what you say AND they know that specking out against the Gubmint is a fruitless effort. So, they are saving their breath and preparing for some combination of economic collapse and forceful resistance to the oppressive folks in D.C.

    Hangtown Frank

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  2. It may be that no one has commented because all you did was speak the truth? I have heard about the book "the creature from Jeckel island" a story about the federal reserve. I finally broke down and purchased a copy to see what all the fuss was about. I can only read about 10 pages at a time because I get so disgusted I can not continue. I had always known the fiat moneys were a house of cards and after going about half way through the book I have now come to realize that it is a house of cards with NO cards. It is absolutely disgusting what is being perpetrated on all of us.

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  3. Nothing this government does makes any sense to regular citizens. It all feels like we have fallen down the rabbit hole into Alice's Wonderland. Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, the Jabberwocky and the whole gang all fit right into the current picture.

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  4. Well I enjoyed your article very much. I too am amazed at all the discrepancies in the implementation of this flawed, flawed, flawed system. The latest delay for some business's to comply...the Obamacare police want to force individuals to comply but they keep giving business "time" to implement. One other point....have you noticed the Heathcare.gov advertising blitz? It is so focused on young people. Affluent well dressed and seeming to still live at home young people? What is that? Never mind the sheer volume of advertising is costing us a huge amount. Advertising to get us to comply with a LAW seems somewhat odd.
    I still think of when the Bill passed. 2700 pages of legislation no one read! Now they are all surprised at the things in it...DUH!

    I am so enjoying your blog and your articles. Thought provoking and well written with a very honest set of observations!
    Thank you.

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  5. I don't know ANYONE who has "signed up" for this insurance. IMO, 2015 will be the year things really start happening in this country----people won't file income taxes by the MILLIONS if it means paying another red cent in taxes or penalties. If companies aren't allowed to layoff workers, fine! They can dissolve, and then form new companies, smaller in size. IMO, the government is hoping the "extremists" fire the first shot so they can feel justified in killing Americans.....it all sounds quite crazy, I guess. But this country is in a pressure cooker right now and the gauge is touching 20 pounds of pressure.....

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  6. 20 pounds, my **&*.... It is a LOT higher than that. Can't wait to hear your commentary next week. My powder is dry and ready.

    Make no mistake my friends, there are many in the military both currently and past active duty that do NOT like the direction our "leaders" are taking us.

    Get ready... I said it last week. Soon, very soon.

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  7. Interesting WND article. I take it your solution, in your next weeks article is not going to be the voting booth. Are you taking your blog title to a new meaning to the word revolution? I hope by next week I don't see pictures of you just "hanging around". I did enjoy the article, though. And I hope what you're about to say does not cause you any undue anguish, but maybe it's time somebody steps forward, and I mean really steps forward.

    Thank you for the good work.

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  8. Rather than not being a barn-burner, perhaps there's just not much to argue with. Kinda like if you wrote an article about how the Earth orbits the sun. You're stating the obvious, Patrice, and I suspect a feeling of helplessness may be affecting our desire to participate.

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  9. Comments are starting to pick up steam over at WND. I wonder if a lot of folks are simply dealing with winter right now and are preoccupied with staying warm. I know I am. This winter is a brute! My house is cold. I'm cold. I'm sitting on a heating pad under a blanket right now. No worries, though. I'm fine.

    I did hear that latest presidential edict. ("Thou shalt keep thy mouth shut. So say I. So shall it be written.")

    Seriously? BWAHAHAHA!

    As if not saying it out loud at this point makes it unheard? - "Why no, absolutely not. We absolutely positive-ah-ma-lutely did NOT let anyone go because of Obamacare. Those employees were rotten to the [common] CORE!"

    Just Me


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  10. We are NOT helpless... God help us.... We have a "Constitution" people. Let's get it back.

    If the voting booth "doesn't" work and I am willing it maybe one more try but surely if that doesn't work. I am with Thomas Jefferson. "A little revolution once in awhile is a good thing"

    Are we as a people that blind that we can't see our country being "ripped" from us. (read again the preamble to the declaration of independence) I say take it back! & Yes by force if necessary. It is why we have the 2nd amendment in the first place.

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  11. "The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie, that they all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness." 2 Thessalonians 2: 9-12 Can't be much clearer than that. Unless one doesn't want to understand.

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  12. You missed one, Patrice.

    According to my local paper, people will "choose to work less" because "their subsidy amounts will be reduced if they earn too much"...

    ...and this is a GOOD THING.

    Now, granted, we could all do with my husband choosing to work less (he's been putting in 80-hour weeks since November, we all wish his department would hire another engineer).

    But since WHEN is people running the numbers and choosing to limit their income so they can take more advantage of government subsidies a GOOD thing?!?!

    Someone PLEASE explain this line of reasoning to me.

    No, wait, don't. I'd like to get to sleep tonight.

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