Actions that can be taken against NObombA

Stephen A. Frye s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Mon Feb 9 19:33:42 MST 2009


Dennis,  please accept this as a compliment (as intended).  This, to 
me, is the best thing you have ever penned.

At 03:21 PM 2/9/2009, you wrote:
>I think you have it backwards. They don't elect a government because
>they believe deserve it, they deserve the government they elect. Most
>voters do not take the time to understand what they are voting for other
>than what they've been told will be put into their outstretched hand.
>With that mentality, there is no incentive to change it. It is only the
>minority that can think beyond their next welfare check that
>understands. I believe this is what I predicted many months ago when the
>election of Obama seemed inevitable. One of two things will happen,
>either this sudden shift to the left will wake people up (my fervent
>hope), or we are too far along the cycle of the 9 stages of
>civilization. I thought were at the beginning of stage 7 (Complacency to
>Apathy) but it is quite obvious now that we are really in stage 8
>(Apathy to Dependence). Stage 9 may well occur in what is left of our
>life time, it is moving that fast. Unless people wake up we will live to
>see the move from Dependence to Bondage. Pray for your children and
>grandchildren. We lost this war when the liberals took over our schools
>and institutions back in the '60s. Unfortunately we were (some of us
>anyway) too young to recognize the danger signs.
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>William White wrote:
> > Why would folks wish to change the government they have if they 
> believe they deserve it?
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> > I have difficulty associating myself with the voters who elect a 
> person like Pelosi.  There is a great cultural divide between them 
> and those voters I think of as "we."     The unity we experienced 
> after 9/11 was short lived.  Since then, in the words of 
> Yeats:  "The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of 
> passionate intensity."   This polarization of the nation's 
> inhabitants, which is becoming increasingly prominent, does not 
> bode well.  I think neither your nor I deserve either Reid or 
> Pelosi or any of their congressional supporters.  Like other 
> malefic manifestations, they take time to identify and 
> neutralize.  History tells us that the success of such political 
> efforts, despite the application of talent and diligence, may be 
> mixed, inconclusive, or nada.  On the other hand, sometime "we" prevail.
> >
> > Bill
> >
> > --- On Sun, 2/8/09, Dennis Putnam <dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET> wrote:
> >
> > From: Dennis Putnam <dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET>
> > Subject: Re: Actions that can be taken against NObombA
> > To: RUSHTALK at CSDCO.COM
> > Date: Sunday, February 8, 2009, 5:23 PM
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> > I was referring specifically to congress where the spending power 
> lies. Obama has no real power with respect to this spendulous 
> package. Pelosi and crew put together a payback bill to all the 
> special interest groups that want to turn this country to the left. 
> The GOP was helpless to stop it although I doubt they would have 
> even if McCain was elected. They could have stopped it in the 
> Senate except for the not entirely unexpected, 2 traitorous, 
> liberal Republicans, Specter and Snowe. We the people elected this 
> crew. We may not be directly to blame but as a country, we deserve 
> what we elect.
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> > William White wrote:
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> > I am reluctant to "own" the Obama administration.  I am aware 
> that as Americans we all sail in the same ship of state, but 
> sometimes the crew has little control over a crazy, maniacal, or 
> radical captain.   We do what we can within our sphere of 
> influence, but sometimes we are overcome by the sheer momentum of 
> events and the degree of knowledge and enlightenment possessed at a 
> given time by our fellow Americans.
> >
> >     These words come to mind:  If you can keep your head when all 
> those around you are losing theirs and blaming it on you.
> >
> > I may be wrong about this, but I am reluctant to assume a lot of 
> blame for Obama's ascendancy.  That said, I will do what I can to 
> forgive myself for our having arrived at this juncture of American 
> history with a President who has been mentored by Marxist radicals, 
> terrorists, and Black Liberation "theologians and seems to be 
> committed to an agenda rooted in their world view.
> >
> > Bill
> >
> > --- On Sun, 2/8/09, Dennis Putnam <dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET> wrote:
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> > We deserve the government we elect.
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Stephen A. Frye
s.frye at verizon.net 



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