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Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Political Parties Are Not What You Think
"The problem is they have been successful in the dumbing down. The federal government is not supposed to be able to declare wars against other countries except for defense of the states. They are not even supposed to have a standing army. Look it up…"
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Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Political Parties Are Not What You Think
"Yes and that is why we have fought so many wars in the last 100 years. world wars I & II, Korea, Vietnam, 1st Gulf war, Then second Iraq war. Afghanistan. In Libya, Syria.  The second Iraq and the Afghanistan are still going on after…"
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Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post Traveling Without a Driver's License
"My question to those of you who say they drive without a license are you buying license plates? If so does that not convey that you are plating your vehicle as a commercial vehicle."
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Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post Getting Justice in a Kangaroo Court
"Bill is correct on his statement. They are alleged citizens and under federal court jurisdiction because of the 14th amendment. The federal courts only have say over interstate disagreements and over citizens of the district of Columbia.. As…"
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Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post Electoral College
"You should not eliminate the electoral system. The electoral system should be operating correctly. The electoral system is appointed and they elect the president and vice president. The people do not elect the President."
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Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The United States is an Association of States
"Also it was not a civil war. It was a Revolutionary War. It became a civil war when the South lost. A civil war occurs when part of a country tries to overthrow the current government to sieze the power for themselves. This did not occur. The…"
Oct 10
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The United States is an Association of States
"I am so glad to see your analogy. It makes it so much clearer than I have been able to explain. I will be sharing and will give credit where it is due."
Oct 10
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post Quote of the Day
"As I said people look for a strong charismatic appearing leader to tell them what to do. Those of us here who are talking trying to change things do not fit in the normal."
Oct 5
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post Beware of the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
"I don't even believe that the people over the years really saw what was happening. They did not have the advantage that we do. The internet and the ability to talk amongst so many like minded and to get information so easily. A very old saying…"
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At 10:51am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

Hawaii, California, Texas and Vermont are the only states that were admitted to the United States of independent and sovereign entities.

At 10:45am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

I don't believe that Virginia ever gave their consent for West Virginia to form a new state. I guess that since Virginia had seceded from the Union, Congress considered West Virginia a territory of the and qualified for statehood.

At 10:43am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

On December 18, 1789, Virginia again gave its consent to Kentucky statehood. The United States Congress gave its approval on February 4, 1791.[41] (This occurred two weeks before Congress approved Vermont's petition for statehood.[42]) Kentucky officially became the fifteenth state in the Union on June 1, 1792. Isaac Shelby, a military veteran from Virginia, was elected its first Governor.[43]

At 10:38am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…
After 14 years, New York agreed that Vermont could become part of the United States. But first, Vermont had to pay $30,000 to New York. ... So Vermont paid the money to New York. On March 4, 1791, Vermont became the 14th state!

At 10:36am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until 1820, when it voted to secede from Massachusetts to become a separate state. On March 15, 1820, under the Missouri Compromise, it was admitted to the Union as the 23rd state.

 
 
 

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