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Old 04-10-2012, 07:33 PM   #21
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Don't worry guys, when the smoke settles I will be Emperor of the Western Hemisphere.

Through either diplomacy or Nuclear force, we will reestablish the worlds governments.

The law of the land will be exactly what was on the books the day the 2nd amendment was ratified, nothing more, nothing less.

It should not take more than 10 years of my leadership to restabilize the planet and begin the process of transitioning back to democratic control of government with 3 new wrinkles.
A. Only Veterans are allowed the vote
B. No new law shall be passed without first striking down at least 1 existing law.
C. No political parties will be allowed and NO private funding of campaings.

All should be right again within 2 decades so keep your powder dry and the world will turn.

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Oh Highest Emperor, as your trusted consort may I suggest an addendum?

A. Only Veterans, property owners and heads of households are allowed the vote.
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:13 AM   #22
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This article sounds like some eco-hippy green propaganda. It's focusing on the resources of the planet, and population, as in "we need to go green/drive hybrids, vote democrat" or the world will implode. Yet it doesn't factor in a major economic collapse from these BS spending programs. Furthermore, if Democrats really were concerned about resource depletion, you'd think they would quit funding people to have like 8 kids on the government dole.
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JTJ: just researched what u said about Wyoming having a bill to protect them from the collapse...guess not anymore? http://offgridsurvival.com/wyomingdoomsdaybillkilled/
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http://rt.com/usa/news/wyoming-bill-doomsday-85-327/
http://rt.com/usa/news/fed-loaned-trillion-us/
http://rt.com/usa/news/percent-angry-government-poll/
http://rt.com/usa/news/obama-white-house-debt/
http://rt.com/usa/news/china-us-debt-credit/
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Run Henny Penny tell the King the sky is falling.
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Run Henny Penny tell the King the sky is falling.
I don't think anyone is saying the sky is falling. Instead, we're looking at the situation and see the probability is far from zero that serious economic problems could happen.

Out of curiosity, in light of what's going on, do you have any concern over this?
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As a Mod I would think you were reading the post. No one is saying the sky is falling? The "Big Guy up stairs is going to pull the plug"What does that mean? Only Veterans should be allowed to vote? That sorta of ends the Republic? Run Henny Penny.
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As a Mod I would think you were reading the post. No one is saying the sky is falling? The "Big Guy up stairs is going to pull the plug"What does that mean? Only Veterans should be allowed to vote? That sorta of ends the Republic? Run Henny Penny.
I guess we read different things.
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The premise is that if people had to perform government service to vote, then the voters would be more responsible. At one time only land owners could vote. The Senators were not elected but appointed by the state governor. New governor = new senators. Today we have more people voting for a living than are working for a living. As Margret Thatcher said "Socialism is fine until you run out of other peoples money." We have run out of other peoples money and the government solution is to print more. It doesn't work that way for very long and I believe we are at the end. Peter is out of money and cant be robbed to pay Paul any longer.
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I'd rather the law state that those who are IN government can not vote!!!!!
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