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DC Inertia?

March 30, 2013

Interesting letter listing several (wild) observations about state of the federal government and those in power....

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GoBB62

Mar-30-13 2:41 AM

Dayum, Chuckles is mumbling to himself again.

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USABorn

Mar-30-13 2:57 AM

Does he realize he is criticizing dumbocrats? Doubtful. Not with his liberal brain.

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Tedeaux

Mar-30-13 4:45 AM

The Sun Gazette must have been short of material that this letter made it to print. Either that are the content of this letter is a direct quote out of the Democrat's play book and is some sort of code alerting a sleeper cell that it is now time to go down to your personal US Federal Governmentto sponsered ATM (otherwise known as a mail box) to receive your allotment of economic stimulus material (otherwise known as welfare check!)Campana

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Tedeaux

Mar-30-13 4:49 AM

"Campana"! Sorry about that. This smart phone will occasionally add words into my comments that are straight out of left field!

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CarlHiller

Mar-30-13 6:41 AM

"2, 3b, 7) Who is the majority group? If you can unite the various minority groups you have a majority. What is so difficult to understand there? Which majority is getting lip service, mine or yours?" The problem here is that America is not a nation ruled by a majority, whether by factious groups aligned as a majority or a single united group. America is a Constitutional Republic meaning that the organic laws must be the base for any law or regulation. When the organic laws are properly studied and understood, they prove that the Congress of the United States can only make laws for the federal government and the administration of the territory owned by and ceded to the United States of America. It does not matter one iota whether a majority elected someone, that someone must still adhere to the rules of the game. Because way too many do not know the rules, or want to play by their rules is why we are in trouble as a nation today.

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Premier

Mar-30-13 6:44 AM

Please Charles, get the lab work done your doctor requested. Early detection is key.

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JerryfromRI

Mar-30-13 7:12 AM

Mr. Reeder, perhaps you could offer some additional explanation to this letter.

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Ritty77

Mar-30-13 7:16 AM

I don't understand the order of the numbered list format.

As far liking pig, in my case that's true. My next pig-liking opportunity is tomorrow around 2PM.

Happy Easter to all!

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Ritty77

Mar-30-13 7:29 AM

"The Sun Gazette must have been short of material that this letter made it to print."

It looks like they just print whatever they get. Unfortunately, Chuck, Stef, Dan, etc., write often. Kinda makes me long for the days when Christopher Hughes and John Hilfirty would submit well-written (if long-winded), coherent letters.

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msgjsheets

Mar-30-13 7:48 AM

Purple haze all in Chuck's Brain!!!!

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Premier

Mar-30-13 7:56 AM

I read this 3 times and I'll admit, I'm as confused as Charles.

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gavinf56

Mar-30-13 7:57 AM

The letter is in response to another letter from a few days ago, "Washington Inertia" written by John T. Kovich. Unfortunately, rebuttal letters written such as this don't read well without some kind of reference in which to gauge it by. Most people will just look down to who wrote this letter and think to themselves, "That explains it all."

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DavidBross

Mar-30-13 8:37 AM

"You have pork while I bring home bacon. It is still coming from a pig no matter how you cut it." A very good way to describe the fact that every region thinks it is getting "its fair share" while tax money spent in other regions, especially regions far away, are getting "pork".

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VinceKnauff

Mar-30-13 8:41 AM

So.......Chuck approves of all that? I am not sure, because he never really came to a conclusion.

Or did the cat walk across his keyboard again?

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ToTEXASfromPA

Mar-30-13 1:17 PM

Different topic.

Approx two thousand years ago, Jesus was dead in the tomb. The stone was rolled against it and sealed. Guards were pre-emptively placed outside because the priest were afraid the disciples would steal his body to fulfill the statement that he would rise on the third day and further flame the population. The disciples and other followers of Jesus were hiding and scared for their lives. They were wondering, what happened. They had given up the last three years of their lives to follow this man. They thought that he was the Messiah, the Savior, the one that would come in and deliver the nation of Israel from their oppressor. But he was dead.

Cont>>>

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ToTEXASfromPA

Mar-30-13 1:18 PM

Cont>>>

It was the sabbath, the Je wish people were celebrating the week long feast of unleavened bread. This was a reminder that the nation of Israel didn't have time to put yeast into their bread for it to rise before escaping from Pharaoh in Egypt. The leaven symbolized sin and evil so the Je ws would go for a week eating the unleavened bread, thus symbolizing a holy walk with God. Jesus also was called the Bread of Life. He was sinless, ie no leaven. The lashings and piercing of his body are also reflected in the Je wish matzoh; buy some and look at the stripes on it and the holes through it. "By his stripes, we are healed" and "they should look upon me whom they have pierced." And this was all done on the right day in the year; perfect timing of God upholding the Je wish feasts.

And tomorrow is Easter or the celebration of First Fruits.

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BornHere

Mar-30-13 6:09 PM

Amen, thank you TEXAS.

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USABorn

Mar-31-13 8:48 PM

Speaking of D.C........Here is an interesting bit of news from the UK Mail, where they aren't afraid to print what is really happening, like the MSM here.

"The number of foreclosed or bank-seized homes has risen by nine per cent already this year - with 1.5 million properties currently being lost by homeowners who can no longer afford them.

A realty survey found the worrying increase over the last three months compared to the same time in 2012.

The research by California-based RealtyTrac says a further 10.9 million American homeowners are at risk because they owe more than their property is worth."

Have a blessed Easter....

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