We Declare …

2011 July 9
by drdog09

… the history of the present Lord Obama is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these states. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world.

“He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages, whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.”

He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us
“Adams: Lawless Civil Rights Division Dismissed Black Panther Case”



has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers
“Obama promises CIR 09”



whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions
“MS-13: Gangs infiltrating the suburbs of Washington, DC”


… And for the support of this declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.

26 Responses leave one →
  1. 2011 July 9 11:38 am
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    JustMary permalink

    Great one, drdog!!!

  2. 2011 July 9 12:08 pm
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    HalJordan permalink

  3. 2011 July 9 12:34 pm
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    justrand permalink

    Excellent, drdog. Especially the “He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us”

    Obama and the Dems do that damn near EVERY day.

    thx!!

  4. 2011 July 9 12:36 pm
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    justrand permalink

    Damn, I love Allen West…a TRUE American who speaks the truth so very clearly!

  5. 2011 July 9 2:38 pm
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    janzam permalink

    Here’s another hard-hitting piece by Larry Johnson of No Quarter Blog:

    Barack Obama was not responsible for the 2008 economic crash, but he is damn well on the hook and in the center of the bullseye for the crash of 2011. Barry “Soetoro” Obama would like you to believe that things are swell except we have had an earthquake in Japan and a deadly mixture of tornadoes and floods in the United States. But that is bullshit. Mother Nature going on a rampage is a common annual occurrence. Bush had Katrina and “blizzards of the century.”

    Obama is sabotaging the economy in two fundamental ways. First and worst is the ideological agenda he is pursuing with an extreme regulatory environment.

    ……..The second major negative economic drag Obama has imposed on the economy is his absentee landlord approach to being President. He is passive aggressive and has done little to stimulate, shape or guide the debate on the Federal budget on the Hill. Much as he did with health care, he is sitting on the sidelines carping and complaining but is not doing much to advance a clear policy position.

    Obama tanks the economy

  6. 2011 July 9 3:08 pm
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    justrand permalink

    more evidence, as though we needed it, that the Propaganda Press cares about NOTHING but propping up the dickwad Resident of the White House:
    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2011/07/fast-and-furious-vs-news-of-the-world.php

    But the New York Times apparently doesn’t see it that way. My count, based on a search of the paper’s archives, is that the Times has run 42 articles, op-eds and editorials on the News of the World story. Fast and Furious? By my count, five. Does that bizarre ratio reflect the paper’s bias? Presumably so; it consistently tries to protect the Obama administration. But for a newspaper to virtually ignore a major story like Fast and Furious goes beyond bias. It suggests a complete lack of seriousness as a news source.

    42 articles on a the London news thingee involving Murdoch…and 5 (FIVE!) on the biggest and most dangerous criminal scandal involving a sitting President since…well…EVER!

  7. 2011 July 9 3:21 pm
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    janzam permalink

    The sad thing too, Justrand, is that the more the public is barraged by a news story the bigger and more serious it becomes in the minds of the public. Basically, the less said the less important the issue becomes.

  8. 2011 July 9 3:25 pm
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    gnqanq permalink

    Saw this on American Thinker yesterday. An excellent read and ties in with what drdog has posted.

    I believe that we will see in America a rise in vigilantism. Why? To protect us, our loved ones and our neighbors from those our own government wont protect us from. When the perpetrators becomes the victims (sick as it may be), it is getting time to water the tree of liberty again.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/07/orwellian_media_response_to_flash_mob_racial_violence.html

    That’s right: Mobs of teenagers have unleashed terror in the streets of Chicago and other cities in “flash mobs,” and the best thing CBS in Chicago has to say about that is that black teenagers are worried about racial profiling.

    George Orwell would shudder after reading this headline: “Some Worry Mob Attacks Are Encouraging Racial Profiling.” In the story, a journalist interviews young black teens hanging out at North Avenue Beach, the scene of one of the mob attacks. We learn that some in this group “feel targeted as potential troublemakers because of recent attack mobs in the city.” No one is alleging that profiling has occurred as a result of the flash mobs, just that it might, and that possibility bothers some teenagers. That’s the subject matter of an entire news story in our post-racial America.

  9. 2011 July 9 3:50 pm
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    justrand permalink

    gnqanq, in the Old West the Town Marshall kept the peace by guaranteeing the townsfolk that JUSTICE would be done. Once they believed him they stopped taking the law into their own hands and things quieted down.

    After the Civil War virtually every town in America was filled with veterans…armed veterans. They only put up with so much BS before they “fixed” things. But Justice wasn’t served they served it. I fear we’re not far from that again.

    And still, every day I pray that the morons who constitute our “government” will wake up and realize what they’re doing. And every day I have less confidence that they will.

  10. 2011 July 9 4:02 pm
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    gnqanq permalink

    JR – I agree with what you are saying. It seems that we may have to take the law into our own hands to preserve the peace. Better to be judged by 12 than to be carried by 6.

  11. 2011 July 9 4:25 pm
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    After the vermine have ravaged the cities and suburbs, they will head for the rural areas, where their waterloo will await them.

  12. 2011 July 9 5:54 pm
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    justrand permalink

    agreed, IP. Outside every single urban area in America is a suburban area…and then the rural areas. The urban areas are almost 100% “blue”…the suburban are “purple”…and the rural are 100% “RED” (in the vernacular of “blue” being Democrat/Progressive and “red” being Republican/Conservative)

    This tragedy does not end wll for anyone…but least of all the cockroaches fleeing the urban areas.

    And since I have family that live in the urban and suburban areas I fear and pray for them!! Hell, I live in a suburban area…but have a “retreat” in a VERY rural area!

  13. 2011 July 9 9:53 pm
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    judyt2009 permalink

    50% will never make it out of the inner city 25% will not make it out of the suburban areas.

    15 million single mother households with 21 million children will have lower survival rates

    After all the stores are looted, the next targets will be those weatlhy neigbhorhoods that are close to the hoods.

    Also consider that suicide rates will skyrocket.

  14. 2011 July 9 10:03 pm
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    judyt2009 permalink

    JR… can you reach your remote cabin in less than a tank of gasoline? If possible syphon the gasoline out of the tanks of the vehicles you are not driving for the extra fuel to reach your retreat.

    Safety and survival really depends on if the collapse happens suddenly or over months. Those who are prepared and have a remote place to hunker down will already be there if the collapse takes months. If it happens suddenly then one should make sure they alternate plans for how to get to a remote secure location, and also secondary plans for staying put.

  15. 2011 July 9 10:09 pm
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    judyt2009 permalink

    IP — the vermine will self destruct at least 30% or more. Rival gangs will fight over new territory … and they will not be thinking ahead. Before the vermine get too far out of the urban areas all the major roads will be blocked and probably the minor ones as well. Before they reach rural areas most will be taken out.

  16. 2011 July 9 11:05 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    I agree with the the assessment that only a certain percentage of the hoodlums will make it beyond the suburban areas. Fact I am counting on it.

    But there is something that could be done that would up the numbers even more. When Katrina hit, folks went to the Superdome in the center of the city. Most of the top 50 cities have some sort of public events arena. The trick is to herd the turds there.

    Best right answer? Find the EBS stations. Then figure out a way to live feed them communiques that direct the turds to the facility. Another words a targeted Operation Chaos, in the middle of the chaos.

    Desiderata.

  17. 2011 July 10 5:25 am
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    judyt2009 permalink

    Did anyone catch this growing kerfflee

    Go back to the original TPM memo and read the comments. (as much as you can tolerate)

    It seems the liberal ideology that my money is mine and your money is also mine is alive and well. Hypocrisy, idiocy, and just out right insanity show no sign of abatement from the loons on the left.

    Yep, these folks have their panties so twisted up their cracks they sneeze elastic and cotton.

    Congressman Ryan spends HIS OWN MONEY on a bottle of wine and the WHINE from the left is deafening. But Nancy Pelosi runs up taxpayer paid liquor bills exceeding $100,000, (or the countless other examples of Democrat waste of taxpayer dollars) and the hands over ears singing la la la lefties have nothing to say.

  18. 2011 July 10 5:34 am
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    judyt2009 permalink

    Another link to the same Whine about Wine…

    It seems the lefties are trying to give this story legs… so BJG, brush up. Thank God only 20% of the population believes this crap and given a couple more generations of abortion it might be under 10%. But the 42% of us conservatives must capture the hearts and minds capture of at least 8.1% of those squishes in the middle.

    So the questions are:

    (1) Does a person have the right to spend their own money as they see fit?
    (2) Does consumer spending help the economy?
    (3) Should a person be able to enjoy their dinner without being hassled by drunken idiots?

  19. 2011 July 10 5:38 am
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    Piglosi probably had trouble unscrewing the top of her ripple bottle, hence she had to resort to dom perignon.

  20. 2011 July 10 6:05 am
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    justrand permalink

    one more add in re. a collapse of society, of whatever suddenness and whatever perceived duration…
    (a) I DO need to get two “Oklahoma Credit Cards” (as my Dad used to call them) and keep one in our car and one in our truck
    (b) I need to assume we will have to drive nearly twice as far to get to our cabin in order to avoid the bridges we would normally take if a “collapse” happened suddenly

    I truly do pray it never comes to this…but I also truly believe that not being prepared would be, well, a sin.

  21. 2011 July 10 6:08 am
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    justrand permalink

    p.s. to judy on the “whining about the wine” non-story

    I find the most unintentionally hillarious aspect about this non-story to be that the bitch in question was bitching about Ryan eating and drinking in an expensive restaurant…that SHE was also eating and drinking in. And then she had the gall to examine his bill to see what he ate and drank!

    I suppose the Left could get more pathetic…I just really can’t imagine how.

  22. 2011 July 10 6:17 am
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    judyt2009 permalink

    JR — Oklahoma credit card? A syphon?

  23. 2011 July 10 6:38 am
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    justrand permalink

    judy…yup! 🙂

  24. 2011 July 10 6:59 am
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    judyt2009 permalink

    JR — It isn’t just the driving twice as far… I would even say 4 times as far as you might need to circle around 100/200 miles in the wrong direction and then back. Also consider that it will take at least 4 times as long to get out of the urban area.

    Although I have a little of experience with this issue — on 9/11 I was working in northwest DC near the National Cathedral and lived in far west Alexandria, about a mile southeast of the first/last exit in/out on 395. The federal government dismissed all non-essential before noon. I was working private sector then. The buses and metro stopped running several lines and the highways around the Pentagon were closed. My route to and from home went right by the West (impacted) walls of the Pentagon.

    I did not leave the office until 3 pm. To get home I drove north into Maryland to reach the Beltway and then drove south/west on the Beltway to get to 95 south. I took two co-workers people home that day. One needed to get to their car in the Metro lot at the SW terminus and the other lived about 1/2 a mile from my home in West Alexandria. No buses/metros were crossing the bridges into Alexandria.

    Of course virtually everyone was home watching television. The traffic on the road into Maryland was pretty light. The Beltway was absolutely empty. No tractor trailers, very few cars. There is more traffic on the Beltway at 3 am than at 3 pm on 9/11/01. The State Patrol had the exit/entrance ramps for 395 into DC blocked, so 95 south was pretty empty. It probably did not take 30 minutes to drive the 30 miles from my office to the Metro parking lot. Then I hit the snag. The 7 miles from the Metro station to the co-workers house and then back to my house took 3 hours. I did have to stop for gasoline.

    I would suggest that you have detailed local maps that show all the side roads, service roads, private roads for all areas within a 300 mile radius of your retreat and a compass. I would also suggest that you have a clear idea of what neighborhoods those alternate routes will take you because you and yours do not want to end up here

  25. 2011 July 10 7:14 am
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    justrand permalink

    judy, we keep a knapsack of maps in the back of the truck! 🙂

    and, if it comes to it, Mr. Smith and Mr. Wesson will be helping us, um, “navigate”

  26. 2011 July 10 7:49 am
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    judyt2009 permalink

    You are prepared JR … GPS isn’t going to be reliable.

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