Washington Scoffs

Tempus fugit.

13 responses to “Washington Scoffs

  1. It actually started over arms, powder and ball confiscation…..

    Great poster though…..just sayin’….

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  4. Actually it was more than taxes, according to the complaints listed in the Declaration of Independence.

    At least equal to tax issues was the thoroughly corrupt British legal system.

    That’s why we got the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Amendments of the Bill of Rights.

    Interestingly, those complaints in the Declaration are at least as valid today as then, as gradually over time, our legal system has come to be even more corrupt than the British legal system of that time.

    Our present judicial system is comparable to the Soviet judicial system under Uncle Joe Stalin.

    In fact, taking a couple of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s comments from The Gulag Archipelago into consideration indicates that our present judicial system may be even worse than that under Joseph Stalin:

    Seventy-five percent of the time, the particular choice of whom to arrest . . . was determined by human greed and vengefulness.
    -Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago (p. 152)

    An acquittal is, in fact, unthinkable from an economic point of view!
    -Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago (p. 291)

    If we could exchange our present government for the British government our ancestors found intolerable…it would be seen as a tremendous relief.

    If our ancestors could come alive and see the government behaviors we tolerate, and even applaud, they’d wonder why they went to all the trouble and sacrifice of that first Revolution…

    Sadly, we allow-and applaud-the watering down and shredding of the protections contained in the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Amendments of the Bill of Rights, in the name of closing loopholes used by ‘criminals’…

    A new fascism promises security from the terror of crime. All that is required is that we take away the criminals’ rights – which, of course, are our own. Out of our desperation and fear we begin to feel a sense of security from the new totalitarian state.
    -Gerry Spence

    Shamefully disgusting that we tolerate judicial authoritarianism…

    George appears to be smirking a bit…

    • “If our ancestors could come alive and see the government behaviors we tolerate, and even applaud”

      It’s unreal. The applause is both deafening and maddening. I finally understand how those Jews and others could end up in the showers. That’s sick enough, BUT DO IT AGAIN?????

      “Never forget,” my ass. More like, “Don’t look.”

      • Right on the Money…Gas Chamber Mentality…So many people have it then
        will look surprised when it happens…

  5. “The government that would take 10% would be exceedingly oppressive.”
    -Benjamin Franklin

  6. A reminder to State employed Thugs and their apologists, hubris can be deadly… sleeping giant and all that. See the UK Daily Mail about the riot cops there begging on their knees to be forgiven by the people they were beating and shooting.

  7. J. P. Jones

    Not because of taxes, Mr. President, but because General Gage sent 700 men to Concord to “seize the arms and munitions stored there and pick up Sam Adams, he’s a rabble rouser.”
    CT is trying the same thing now. Lock and Load.
    Semper Fi