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Freshman U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is a “puppet congresswoman,” and “the people controlling her are very dangerous.”

It sounds like a crazy conspiracy theory, acknowledges actor, writer and political commentator Christopher Patrick Kohls.

But the first-hand evidence is there for anyone to see, he contends in a video produced under his Mr Reagan moniker.

“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is not really the congresswoman of New York’s 14th Congressional District,” he says provocatively as he opens the video. “She is essentially an actress. She’s merely playing the part of a New York congresswoman.”



— Read on wnd.com/2019/03/shock-claim-ocasio-cortez-is-an-actress-a-puppet/

Thanks for your patience. I had to reconfigure some site components on the back side. So now it’s time to relax. Here’s hoping the image comes thru mobile.

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UPDATE: In case some don’t recognize these white folk posing as black, here is some clarification:

https://rightwingnews.com/democrats/white-man-claiming-to-be-black-running-black-lives-matter-scammed-oprah-winfrey-for-black-scholarship-award/

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2015/06/rachel-dolezal-claims-to-be-black-the-naacp-official-was-part-of-the-african-american-community-but-did-she-accept-the-racial-hardships-too.html

“A viable child no longer needs the mother’s body to survive, and the baby must come out either way. So, why not simply save the mother’s life and deliver the child? Dr. Omar L. Hamada, an OBGYN, offers some clarity that should spark serious concern about the New York law.

“I want to clear something up so that there is absolutely no doubt. I’m a Board Certified OB/GYN who has delivered over 2,500 babies,” he recently tweeted. “There’s not a single fetal or maternal condition that requires third trimester abortion. Not one. Delivery, yes. Abortion, no.”

So, when we say that a late-term abortion is permissible so long as it is “necessary to protect the patient’s life or health,” some red flags must go up.”

Red flags. Ya think?

The evil that is the abortion industry must be stopped.

Full article at The Blaze:

https://www.theblaze.com/news/commentary-ny-abortion-law-lie?utm_content=buffer624ac&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=theblaze

This is a test. It is only a test. If this were a real post you would have been given something interesting or informative or humorous to view.

Looks like Nancy is giving some of us a bad name. I would ask Rep. Gowdy, with all due respect, to please consider the mind-numbed among us when including the likes of Mzz Pelosi in our ranks.

Thanks to Independent Journal Review for the heads-up.

Will embed video when a computer is handy. Can’t seem to figure out how to do it from my schmaht fone.

So, Chris Wysocki nominated me for an award and called me “Influential” did he? Does that mean in a good way or a bad way? As in: “Here’s what not to do.” Could be the latter but I’ll assume the former, since Chis is Pretty Fly for a Jersey Guy.

Check it out. They even have a cool award logo:molonlaberattlesnake2

Wait. That’s not it.

Here it is:

most-influential-blogger1

Spiffy.

Now, about those rules. According to whoever came up with this little exercise, there is no actual voting, it’s just a fun way to bring recognition to other blogs and bloggers that are out there.

Here are the rules:

1. Display the award logo on your blog.

2. Link back to the person who nominated you

3. Answer 7 questions decided up by your nominator

4. Nominate ( no limit of nominations ) other bloggers for this award and link back to them.

5. Notify those bloggers of the award requirements.

Heh, I think even I can do a few of those things so, here we go.

Here are Chris’s questions:

1. Why did you start a political blog, and when?

When I saw the politicians and power brokers tank the economy in 2007 to help the democrats win the election, I woke up and started educating myself about the constitution. By the time I’d read Clousen’s The 5000 Year Leap and The Making of America: The Substance and Meaning of the Constitution and Levin’s Liberty and Tyranny, I decided just pissing and moaning about it to a few people in my small circle wasn’t enough. I think my first essay was Sept. 2009.

2. If you could have dinner with any person, living or dead, who would it be?

Jesus.

3. Do you think there is any hope of restoring the United States to a constitutional republic in your lifetime?

In my lifetime? Doubtful. Too many feel entitled to the fruits of others’ labor and too many crony capitalists use the government to pilfer the rest from the citizenry. A great reawakening is coming. I pray it is not too late.

4. If you could choose one state for Conservatives to “take over” and reshape into a vision of America congruent with Constitutional / Conservative principles, what state would you choose and why?

Texas. Because I love and live here.

5. If you could retire anywhere, on or off the planet Earth, where would it be?

On a lake in Texas.

6. What book has influenced your life (other than the Bible or Torah) and describe how?

Politically, the books mentioned in #1. Early in my life I was a huge fan of Asimov.

7. iPhone, Droid, BlackBerry, or Windows Phone?

iPhone

Now, on to the nominations:

Spellchek

American Perspective

Dailey Gator

Obi’s Sister

Troglopundit

Bride of Rove

The Camp of the Saints

Adrienne’s Corner

Reaganite Republican

Here are the questions:

  1. Why did you start a political blog, and when?
  2. If you could have dinner with any person, living or dead, who would it be?
  3. What is the best hope for America to return to founding principles and a constitutional republic?
  4. What book on politics would you most likely recommend to someone just waking up?
  5. What book would you recommend to wake someone up that hasn’t yet?
  6. Will conservatives succeed in reforming the republican party? If possible, how?
  7. Paper or plastic?

There you have it.

Go!

 

I think one fundamental difference between constitutionalists and leftists, perhaps THE fundamental difference, is pure selfishness.

As proof of this I offer only one example. Think back in your own experience. How often have you heard someone utter these words in response to the mention of a politician’s name:

“That SOB didn’t do anything for me!”

Too often I hear that as a heated, hate filled response to a conservative politician’s name.

It is evidence of an attitude that reflects 1) A gross ignorance in the way our system of government was meant to work and 2) A desire to use said government to benefit the individual.

Does said politician owe you something from the coffers of public funds? Because it sure sounds as if you think you are owed more than the rest of your fellow citizens.

How can anyone feel the legalized pilferage of your fellow Americans’ hard earned property is acceptable?

Simple.

They have been taught to separate the machinery of confiscation from that of redistribution and they’ve redefined charity so as to let the government decide who receives the “benefits.” Here’s a little news flash for ya, pal: Your tax dollars are purchasing votes through the bureaucracy of the Welfare system, the IRS, the EPA, the HHS and countless other alphabet agencies designed to distribute hard working Americans’ cash/property to a huge majority of those who don’t deserve it and if you are OK with that as long as you get your little piece of the pie, then you’re as guilty as they are.

It’s a sad but very telling state of affairs that some Americans’ attitudes have transformed from the immortal challenge of JFK “Ask not what your country can do for you! Ask what you can do for your country.”

to the immensely selfish

“That SOB didn’t do anything for me.”

If this is your idea of just governance, then you are part of the problem. You need to rethink your priorities and quit putting yourself ahead of our future generations.

People like you make me sick.

Perhaps one day, we can ditch the Me! Me! Me! bullshit and get back to what made America great: Hard work and Sacrifice.

My friends, I fully intended to avail you all with another essay filled with wit, wisdom and profundity but alas, I tarried too long in the cranial cobwebs searching for the muse. The wily wordstress evaded me and I emerged without a construct. I hung my tin head in shame and despondency but at the last possible moment, just before I banished myself to the gloomy wilderness to beg the wood elves for a flogging, I caught a glimpse of something shimmering in a small corner of the interwebz. What could the glimmer of light be? I approached with trepidation. I’ve been fooled before, you see, lured by some shaman’s chant or siren’s call.

But not this time. For as I opened the link behind the door of email uncertainty, I found none other than the master himself, although he would never call himself such. I pulled back the curtain and to my delight there he was – Bill Whittle! waiting to share words of encouragement and motivation.

Is it no wonder that I could not find the elusive wench of wisdom? She was attending to Bill all along! And they have produced a masterful piece which is certain to enlighten and entertain! So I have created a portal through which you may view this shiny gem and partake of libertarian goodness.

Drink deep, my friends. Bill has found the grail! If only it would be more than a dream…

Like many of my fellow Awakened Americans, I was blessed to spend time over the holidays with family and friends, some whom belong to the less informed or ill-informed among us whose only news sources are the alphabet networks or random conversations with know-it-all leftists parroting the daily talking points. These encounters mainly serve to reinforce what I already perceive about our left-leaning opposition but at times shed some light on otherwise unthought-of nuances in the mindset of many leftists who at times exhibit the mental capacity of your common house plant or the occasional bird bath, but perhaps I’m being too harsh with house plants.

The indoctrination from our education system and MSM is apparent in many of their statements and is ever difficult for someone like myself to dismiss without rebuttal, but at a family gathering and having dove headlong into the breach on many such occasions to no avail reminds me that it’s a pointless endeavor. One reason is the inescapable fact that leftists are often unaware of how far to the left their ideological pendulum has swung, if they are aware of their own ideological leanings at all. They live within a brilliant, albeit deceitful, curtain of disillusion the elitists have constructed atop the shaky foundation of feelings and emotion rather than intellect and reason. Having no solid facts on which to base their views, they revert to a sad whirlpool of circular thought and diversionary tactics whenever a verifiable fact is raised.

  • You’re a filthy Republican! (Not! I’m a libertarian/conservative!)
  • You want my Grandma eating cat food! (Yummm!)
  • But, but, but… Bush! (Yea, let’s complain about his spending by tripling it. Lets protest the Patriot Act by expanding it and passing the NDAA. You lose!)
  • Hey! Look at the pretty unicorn! (Utopia!)
  • Wait! You’re using Bullet Points! We must ban the use of high capacity Bullet Points!!!

And yet, even as they succumb to their feelings when justifying leftist imaginary projected outcomes, they will often cite a politician’s reported “intellect” as the reason for supporting their policies, as if the mere presence of intelligence precludes any malicious intent or illogical conclusions.

  • Bill Clinton was a Rhodes Scholar! (Yawn.)
  • Obama got a Nobel Prize! (Yawn.)
  • I wrote-in Hillary!  —  (?)
  • You’re using more bullet points!!!

This overwhelming need for hero worship, deserved or not is, I think, a confirmation of the analysis posed by Mark Levin in Ameritopia wherein he points to the Statist’s goals of a utopian world constructed for us by the educated elite. It points to a sheepish desire to not be forced to think but to blindly accept what one is allowed to do or possess simply because someone supposedly smarter said it is the right thing to do. After all, they are smarter than we are. They said so!

It is foreign to me that those who blindly follow this philosophy don’t fundamentally understand that such communal thinking is the antithesis of personal freedom. What these people have falsely been taught to believe is that utopian beliefs, aka: Socialism/Statism/Communism, can’t long exist within the same framework as the American Republic’s original form of government. The two ideas cannot be more opposed to each other. One cannot have just a bit of Statism, for Statism, like a cancer, must consume the entire host in order to succeed. And that success does not take into account the individual’s well being, only the well being of the State. Even at the end of such a progression, what does it benefit a State if, in the end it implodes to the detriment of all involved? Such is the proven outcome of any Statist government ever implemented.

And as long as I’m in rant mode…

Another fallacy I love to see ignored by my low (no) information brethren is the idea that the national debt and spending have no effect on our lives. They would love to believe that government budgets have no correlation to the household budget or corporate bank account or government’s manipulation of the value of our currency. Since government can simply print its own money doesn’t mean it is acceptable or ethical to do so. Quite the opposite, yet they continue to do so with little or no regard to what effect that has on your money’s worth, as if monetizing the debt will not lead to uncontrolled inflation or that if left unchecked has a very real chance of crashing the US and eventually the world  economy. I’m no economist but even a lowly robot can see the writing on the wall.

Why can’t they?

Why WON’T they?

I’ll tell you why.

Ostrich Syndrome, That’s why.

Because the indoctrinated leftists WANT to believe what they’ve been told is the truth. Because, hey, if those “smart” politicians and policy wonks don’t know what they are doing, then no one can possibly know or understand what to do and we are doomed because, again, the leftist sheeple don’t want to think for their selves. They’ve relinquished all decision making to the elites, remember? They CAN’T think for themselves. The elite have told them NOT to. According to the Statist, they aren’t capable of it.

This is by design.

Here is a quote I found while taking Hillsdale College’s Constitution 201. I think it speaks volumes about today’s situation.

Woodrow Wilson said of the European States in “The Study of Administration” Nov. 1886:

“They sought so to perfect their machinery as to destroy all wearing friction, so to sweeten their methods with consideration for the interests of the governed as to placate all hindering hatred, and so assiduously and opportunely to offer their aid to all classes of undertakings as to render themselves indispensable to the industrious. They did at last give the people constitutions and the franchise; but even after that they obtained leave to continue despotic by becoming paternal. They made themselves too efficient to be dispensed with, too smoothly operative to be noticed, too enlightened to be inconsiderately questioned, too benevolent to be suspected, too powerful to be coped with. All this has required study; and they have closely studied it.”

Paternal Despotism is the current condition of the American experiment.

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