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The American Republic is in Trouble

Posted on December 18, 2013 at 5:56am 1 Comment

I am not sure how this is going to go. Right now, the federal, state, and even some county governments receive majority votes through bought poles by people who depend on welfare, unemployment ins, social security, healthcare, and food stamps. They are well aware that if the 'wrong people' are elected, they are going to have to fend for themselves, because free money will become extinct. (Social Security is included because our wonderful Pres Ronald 'Raygun' destroyed the SS positive balance…


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At 7:34pm on May 16, 2016, Patricia Badish said…

Thank you for that information, but since I am kind of in between knowing where I will be living I need to pass.  I am temporarily in Ohio, but supposed to be moving to Idaho, hopefully next Spring.  Also involved with so much with our prisoners out west and even signed up for online courses on the Constitution, so with that and helping our prisoners, my schedule is very full.

At 6:23am on May 15, 2016, Online Professor said…

Timothy, I was the creator of practically all of the county websites, but am willing to allow you to recreate the website for your county. Call me at 951-282-3271 and I will explain how you can be the creator of the county website for your county.

At 6:42am on May 24, 2015, Online Professor said…

If you would like to know how you can raise all of the money you would need to fund the causes you believe in call Keith Broaders at 951-282-3271

At 12:01pm on April 8, 2015, Online Professor said…

Tim, Please feel free to call me at 951-282-3271. I don't understand your last comment that I received today

At 6:25am on April 8, 2015, Timothy Alan Gard said…
Keith, I do not understand. Are you suggesting they should have left their people in harm's way?
At 6:45am on May 6, 2014, Online Professor said…

Throughout the history of mankind there have been wolves in sheep's clothing that have successfully deceived the masses/ I am not suggesting that Stewart Rhodes and Richard Mack are working for the enemy, but I believe that some of their actions are at least a little suspicious.Apparently you feel that blind obedience to self proclaimed patriots is a virtue.

Men of integrity are not harmed when their actions are questioned. Unity in the patriot community is essential to our survival, but to refuse to question authority is irresponsible. Unliek Stewart Rhodes I am not compensated monetarily for my efforts to promote liberty, he oh the other hand is a BAR Association Attorney that is the CEO of a corporation and very well compensated for his services.I frankly don't know if Stewart Rhodes is a friend or a foe. All I know is that he is in a position do influence millions of Americans and that he and every other leader in the patriot community needs to be questioned when their actions seem to contradict their proclaimed mission.

Attacking me for asking some legitimate questions reveals that you are a student of Saul Alinksy and that rather than answering the questions you would rather attack the messenger. When individuals in the freedom movement question Barack Obama it is honorable, but when we question Stewart Rhodes we are being divisive.

Rather than attacking me explain why he summoned his followers to the Bundy Ranchh to defend liberty and then ordered them to leave the ranch when they were threatened by a potential drone strike?

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