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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Indiana TEA Partiers flush their career Senate RINO.
via USA Today
Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana was defeated in the state's Republican primary Tuesday, ending the 36-year career of a GOP elder statesman and handing the Tea Party movement its biggest upset victory so far in the 2012 elections.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Well folks, I just received my first Robo-call from the Soros' Moveon.org connected K Street operative Tom Matzzie, who fronts the Accountable America shell org, which is now waging an attack on my CD-1 Representative Dan Benishek, with utter factitious propaganda.
First, a moment with Anderson Cooper exposing Barack Obama's War on Women.
Now, the Robo-call with blocked number is below.
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Obama's fingerprints on this deal are indelible. His financier sugar daddy George Soros is about to get more of Taxpayer dollars through the Brazillian connection. But the dirty work was undoubtedly done by the Armed Services Chairman, Michigan Senator Carl Levin. A nearly missed piece from the Wall Street Journal:
"Hawker Beechcraft lodged a protest with the U.S. Government Accountability Office over the Air Force's decision to cut the company's Beechcraft AT-6 aircraft from the contest, a decision that left one rival warplane design--Brazil-based Embraer SA's Super Tucano--in the running. The GAO dismissed the protest last week."
George Soros, owner of Petrobas interest, and now apparently the aircraft manufacturer, Embraer which has a leg up on our domestic maker, through a Chinese-Brazilian connection Hainan.
And Carl Levin could simply care less that the American jobs are lost as long as it benefits the Democrat party backer Soros, Soros' son, and the project HE is working on, National Popular Vote.
[Judas] Levin could not be reached for comment. Not that it would be productive.
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By JGillman, Section News
The price of liberty as has been said, is "eternal vigilance."
Never turn your back on the enemy. Especially if the end result of all their efforts is to relieve you of your part in the decision making process. The electoral college, as well as the establishment of the Senate was designed to protect state's interests in the face of ever wavering "POPULAR OPINION". The masses as we see all too often with reactionary effect respond to media driven impulses.
And media as we have known it can no longer be trusted.
It has become heavily manipulated by leftists with wads of cash. Like JON SOROS (George Soro's Son):
"The Constitution is no longer in line with our expectations regarding the role of the people in selecting the president. ... Under the proposed National Popular Vote compact, state legislatures would agree to choose electors who promise to support the winner of the nationwide popular vote."
Which would have meant Al Gore in 2000.
Soros has bankrolled the NPV movement, and we have Republicans in this state who actually think its a good idea.
That AlGore should have won?
Let that sink in, and go below.
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One of those incredibly important races this November is the race to preserve our electoral protections. Keeping a strong Secretary of State is necessary to have a chance against the "vampire like death throes" the Michigan Democrat party is sure to go through. Click HERE if you want to know what I saying..
The Democrats cannot be trusted with such a task as securing our ballots. particularly OAKLAND County DEMOCRATS and their choice Jocelyn Benson. If they will lie to you BEFORE they are elected, surely one would not expect them to be straight up AFTER the fact. The Fake tea party fiasco was a perfect example of the disrespect for voters the Democrats in Michigan truly have. The Secretary of State as their "top of the ticket" Really drives it home.
However, money talks, and the forces in play are not merely driven by the apple dumpling gang in Oakland County alone. They have help.. Big Money help.
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The separation clause as defined by Thomas Jefferson specifically states that the American people's legislature "should make no law respecting an establishment of religion." Which, taken on the whole would seem to indicate that the legislature cannot make law(s) that establish(es) a religion. This raises the question: What is a religion?
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