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Friday, July 3, 2015

Oregon Patriots

Is there anything you think we can or should do here?

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6 comments:

  1. We should scream bloody murder to our legislators, but we all know nobody listens or cares anymore. They're going through big ethics legislation right now after Kitzy and his bitch got caught red handed. No doubt what they're really doing is making sure nobody else can get caught. Getting our government to do the right thing, well, it be easier to piss up a rope.

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  2. Putting a gag order on the couple is absolute bullshit. The judge is just trying to shut up christians. I am sick and tired of the shit going down the last few weeks. It's time to play Santa. Make a list of who's been naughty and who's been nice and count down to " Christmas ".

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  3. Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian IS an elected official subject to recall as are all other elected douche-canoes(copyrighted by Kerodin) are. That's option one.

    The Oregon law that is cited is unconstitutional as the 1st amendment is supreme to any state laws. Also this commissioner is acting as judge and jury. When this incident happened the bakery was acting within the law as the Oregon defense of marriage constitutional amendment passed in 2004 was in effect.

    Also the 1st article of the 14th amendment has been abused by the commies for years. Why can't we cite the equal protection and due process parts in this instance. We need to adopt their tactics (the commies) so that we can stop their momentum. That's option two.

    "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

    The third option is armed civil disobedience. Not this bullshit standing around with zipties in the chambers either. This has to be seen as righteous self defense. That's justification enough.

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  4. "The third option is armed civil disobedience. Not this bullshit standing around with zipties in the chambers either. This has to be seen as righteous self defense."

    Yep-it's long past time for massive displays of civil disobedience- doesn't have to be armed in every case,just a whole lot of people marching on their statehouses.
    It would take thousands in every state before TPTB start to pay attention.
    Just the sight of thousands of people at the gates would cause them to shit themselves-and that's what needs to happen.
    How can this douchenozzle tell them they can not discuss the case?
    Exactly where is the legal standing for that one?
    They're just making shit up as they go-100 years ago,people would have been at the statehouse with torches and pitchforks-we need to improve on that.
    As someone said-don't recall who at the moment-start hanging them in effigy from the lamp posts-that one will get their attention.

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  5. The rule of law is dead. Even the thin veil of claiming to "administer with justice and equity" has fallen away from both the federal and state governments.

    There is, at this late date, only one answer remaining to men of good character. Load out, and start "delivering pizzas" to tyrants.

    Nothing else will be of any real effect at this point. And for those who continue to argue against it, I have only one question -

    Would you rather risk death delivering a pizza to the tyrant of your choice, or wait until the pizza arrives at your door?

    Because those are your two choices. Period

    WE HAVE BEEN WARNED

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  6. Jobs
    Someone should help these people set up a business opportunity that GayFor can't get to, preferably outside Oregon.
    A trust or charity operation where they can't touch the finances.
    They could be volunteers for a charity that makes wedding cakes as a fundraiser.
    They would not receive wages that could be garnished, but would receive room, board and possibly some barter items or "gifts."
    The goal would be that they earn their provisions in a way that .gov could not interfere, while helping to keep them from having to fork everything over to .gov
    If they don't have money, they can't be forced to pay.
    GayFor would scream and howl demanding inprisonment.
    III simply would not allow that ;)

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