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Vote Fraud: What They Aren't Telling You

Forced Mental Health Screening for Your Children















By: Devvy
December 10, 2007

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On December 6, 2007, Flip Romney gave his "speech to the nation" after being introduced by former president, George H.W. Bush, who sold out this country and remains in the eyes of those of us who understand the big picture, a traitor to everything this country has ever stood for and was built upon. Perception is everything: former president, presidential library - all to give Willard Romney that statesman-like appearance. He was also given a massive amount of free advertising time dressed up as what? A press conference?. Flip Romney's carefully crafted grease job was nothing more than an infomercial with pomp and puffery and huge dollars worth of free air time, not to mention all the publicity following his pitch. Can you imagine the same being provided to Congressman Ron Paul? Of course not, nor would Dr. Paul ever consider such pandering on national television. As is his way, he quietly, but firmly states his beliefs and then backs up his words with action.

There is great interest by voters regarding Flip Romney's religion, Mormonism, as so many have no idea about the doctrine of that religion. Even though someone sent out one of my columns earlier this year and inserted in huge letters next to my name: She's Mormon! I am not nor have I ever been affiliated in any way with their church or religion. I know many people of the Mormon faith, some I've spent time with, most are Internet friends. Every single one of them loves this country deeply and are committed freedom fighters. These are people I like and highly respect even though they practice a different religion; none of them have ever tried to convert me and visa versa.

But, what is it that drives so many Christians into such disdain and anger against Mormons, calling their religion a cult? Honestly, since I have never really studied Mormonism, I cannot claim to be an authority on their religion. But, now that I've had a chance to do some research, I see there are some very controversial beliefs in that religion from the stand point of Orthodox Christians, especially the allegation that Mormons believe Lucifer is the "spirit" brother of Jesus and that Adam gave birth to Jesus Christ, although the latter supposedly has been denounced by the modern LDS Church. After combing through many web sites, I think if you are interested in learning more, these three would be good sources because the material on these sites are backed up by specific passages and cites in the official books of the Mormon Church:

The official LDS web site
The Institute for Religious Research
Mormon Doctrine, Christian Doctrine

For a comprehensive analysis of Flip Romney as an elected official, see The Romney Deception. Americans will have to decide where to cast their vote because, in the end, your vote is yours. Not Oprah Winfrey's, Pat Robertson's or other high profile movie folks, religious and political leaders.

I'm always on someone's mad at you list: "2 reasons I will stop reading you!" This one from a woman who said, "Quote from your Iran article: What right do we have to bully any country into accepting the evil of democracy? -- What?? and You quote Keith Olberman---says REAMS about you."

This is another American who has been brainwashed into believing our legal form of government is a democracy, when in fact, we are a constitutional republic. Might I remind Americans what those who actually birthed this republic said about democracy? After all, they just might know what they were planning, don't you think?

"Democracy... while it lasts is more bloody than either aristocracy or monarchy. Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There is never a democracy that did not commit suicide." John Adams

"A democracy is a volcano which conceals the fiery materials of its own destruction. These will produce an eruption and carry desolation in their way." Fisher Ames, known as one of America's "forgotten" Founding Fathers

"Democracy is the most vile form of government... democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention: have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property: and have in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths." James Madison who wrote the Constitution.

If you would like to learn more from historical documents, I highly recommend The Constitution Society web site. Also, to learn the difference between a democracy and a republic, this is an excellent document.

As for quoting Keith Olbermann, as I said in my column, we disagree on just about everything except the massive push by George Bush for endless war mongering and building a police state in this country that IS Nazi Germany all over again. Of course, Bush would never have been able to get away with what he's done without the support of a Republican controlled Congress for most of his terms. The Democrats are turning into wimpy enablers. Olbermann has another commentary on what and when did Bush know the true contents of the recent NIE report that will no doubt anger Bush supporters who live in willful denial. Should I not listen or watch commentators or read columns by writers I don't like or agree with 100%? I think not. A closed mind is a small mind. This short video statement is about the NIE report. This is yet another scandal of a cover up brewing in the Bush Administration, but I believe it's important to try and obtain facts even while all the partisan squabbling cranks up. It's not easy due to the secrecy policy that's been the hallmark of the Bush Administration.

Joel Skoussen, who has a firm grasp in geopolitical matters and not driven by party loyalty, believes the whole NIE dust up isn't what people think:

"This week's dramatic consensus analysis by all 16 US intelligence agencies claiming that Iran abandoned its nuclear weapons program in 2003 is not what it seems. The National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) has always been more of a political document to justify administration threat policies than honest intelligence analysis. This one has all the signs of serving multiple political purposes. First, its conclusions exonerating Iran may or may not be true (probably not). Second, this issue is outside the purview of at least half of the supposed 16 separate intelligence agencies, leading us to believe that there was enforced political unanimity rather than real consensus. In real life, the 16 agencies never fully agree on anything, and only the top 3 or 4 are consulted on major issues like this. Third, the leaking of information on source documents justifying these conclusions is never done in legitimate intelligence summaries unless the administration is trying hard to convince the public of something devious. Fourth, the current NIE is a total contradiction of the 2005 NIE. One or both, are therefore suspect."


What are Americans supposed to think when they see all these conflicting reports, analysis and opinions? I think many simply tune out because it all becomes "too much" to deal with while they're worried about foreclosures, losing their jobs to outsourcing and family obligations. As noted in this column, the entire report will remain classified. Let's also not forget the other, new scandal: the destruction of those CIA interrogation tapes. Some have passed it off with a yawn and no big deal. Mega-ego gas bag and former tabloid TV reporter, Bill O'Reilly, stated on his show last week, it shouldn't have happened and don't do it again. However, George Washington University law professor and constitutional law expert, Jonathan Turley, was a guest last week on one of the cable networks talking about the destruction of those CIA tapes and that this is no small matter to be brushed aside, starting with obstruction of justice:

"As noted earlier on this site, there are at least six indictable offenses alleged and at least a dozen potential suspects in this alleged conspiracy. Given the involvement of the White House and the CIA, it should be obvious that an independent investigation is needed. After all, the Justice Department at least appointed a U.S. Attorney from Chicago in the Libby affair. This scandal is a hundred times more serious than the Libby matter....This is not some speculative charge of misconduct. On its face, there are obvious indictable offenses here."

But, wait! According to another column, both Tenet and Goss were against destroying the tapes and got mad; see here. Here we go again. Fortunately, for the Bush criminal syndicate, the vast majority of Americans are now focused on buying Christmas presents for Jesus Christ and that group of idiots called Congress, will be taking their "holiday" vacations soon. I suppose like all the other scandals from Reagan and Iran Contra to the Clinton years exercising the perfection of lying to this administration, we will see what unfolds.

Mental illness running amok in North Carolina. NC's community colleges must now admit illegal aliens - individuals who have NO legal right to even be in this country. Keep rewarding those who have no regard for our laws and please, save the bleeding heart drivel, it's just more mush head mentality. "Conservative groups have complained that illegal immigrants shouldn't be allowed to enroll and receive the educational benefits set aside for U.S. citizens or others legally in the country. By training students to enter the work force, the state is encouraging companies to hire illegal aliens, one group said. "Are we telling kids that it's OK to break the law?" said Robert Luebke, an education policy analyst with the Civitas Institute, a conservative public-policy group. "This new policy is asking our community colleges to ignore the fact that these students are here illegally."

The voters of North Carolina can make their wrath known by notifying the governor and state legislature that if they don't stop this coddling of ILLEGALS, they're gone next November. Those college slots should be for natural born and naturalized citizens, not illegal aliens.

Update on the HPV vaccine: FDA: 28 Miscarriages No Reason to Reexamine Gardasil

Not to worry, the Federal Death Administration says it's safe. But, you might want to review my columns on this before you pump this cocktail into your body or your daughter's: Texas HPV vaccination: Parents can opt out, Treachery and Tragedy. I also encourage you to read Byron Richard's' hard hitting and fully documented columns on the FDA. You life does depend on it.

Many have emailed asking me when Bill Benson's 'Proof the Seventeenth Amendment Was Never Properly Ratified' would be ready for purchase as they want to download the documents and pound on their state rep and senator for the new sessions which begin the first week of January, 2008. We're running out of time and we must get one state to challenge this fraud. You can download them now.

Mark your calendar: I will be hosting Larry Becraft's radio show again this Saturday, December 15th while he's in trial. I hope you will call in and discuss these issues with me. Click here for instructions on how to tune in. I love to take callers because that's what talk radio is all about! Larry's time slot is 9:00 am - 10:00 am CST. The toll free number to call in: 1.800.313.9443.

Last, but not least: I've had so much mail about car insurance and my December 3, 2007 column, my mail box has almost had several heart attacks. I've done a follow up with your comments and one correction I had to make. Link is here.

Important links:

1 - Challenging the Vaccination Dogma

Seventeenth Amendment columns:

1 - Zell Miller: Dump 17th Amendment
2 - States must force 17th Amendment showdown
3 - Illlegals invasion & the Seventeenth Amendment
4 - Federal judges vs. the will of the people
5 - Stop the NAU/SPP - what does that really mean?
6 - The gray wolf, the ESA & the 17th Amendment

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Mental illness running amok in North Carolina. NC's community colleges must now admit illegal aliens - individuals who have NO legal right to even be in this country. Keep rewarding those who have no regard for our laws and please, save the bleeding heart drivel, it's just more mush head mentality.