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Old July 4th, 2018, 06:24 AM   #1
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One More Black Mark Against Woodrow Wilson

Democrats are in a state of sheer panic.

They’re panicking because last week, Justice Anthony Kennedy — a reliable vote in favor of certain leftist priorities including abortion and same-sex marriage — announced that he will step down from the Supreme Court, leaving President Trump a second selection. This apparently will lead to the end of a free America. According to Jeffrey Toobin of CNN, the remade Supreme Court will spell doom: “Abortion illegal; doctors prosecuted; gay people barred from restaurants, hotels, stores; African-Americans out of elite schools; gun control banned in 50 states; the end of regulatory state.”
The real meaning of Democrats’ Supreme Court panic
By Ben Shapiro
July 3, 2018 | 6:36pm

https://nypost.com/2018/07/03/the-re...e-court-panic/
How great it would be if the end of the Chevron Deference is in sight:

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Napolitano on why you should care about Chevron deference | On Air Videos | Fox News

Woodrow Wilson is father of the regulatory state. Wilson is also guilty of giving the world the 20th democracy movement with all of its inherent evils. In short: Every black mark against Wilson is a double black mark against democracy.

These few words by Woodrow Wilson pitted democracy against every form of government —— including the limited form of government this country’s Founders created:


The world must be made safe for democracy. Its peace must be planted upon the tested foundations of political liberty.

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. . . we shall fight for the things which we have always carried nearest our hearts—for democracy,
Making the World "Safe for Democracy": Woodrow Wilson Asks for War

Let me point out that throughout the long sorry history of governments democracy has been nearest to the hearts of parasites. Not now, nor ever, was democracy nearest to the hearts of liberty-loving American men and women.

NOTE: This country started going downhill when the XVI Amendment (1913) began financing democracy’s ideology. In simple terms, no democracy ever did, or ever could, move decent men and women one inch forward.

Those who control the public microphone with tax dollars refuse to allow one truth spoken in opposition to Wilson’s stupidity. Throughout history every form of government defeats democracy. That should tell the folks on television that Communism, theocracies, militarism, and dictatorships of every kind have been gaining ground since the day Wilson made the world safe for democracy. So it should not surprise the panel on FOX News Sunday that democracy is losing —— AGAIN.

I doubt if I ever heard five public voices call this country a Republic. Media mouths dare not say it if they want to hang onto their tax dollar incomes. A Freudian slip of that magnitude would be seen as a frontal assault on democracy. Let us pray that it is a sustained frontal assault:


SEIB: But the deeper reality here is that democracy is -- is under attack. And not just from Russia and not just in 2016. It happened in Europe in 2014, 2015, 2016. It happened here. It's apparently happening here now. Both the Russians, Vladimir Putin, and President Xi in China, would like to hold out other models besides democracy as the model that other countries in the world ought to follow.

There's a really sustained attack on the -- basically the institutions in [a regulatory state] -- of democracy and its role as a model for the world. And that's the broader issue here.
Role model my ass. Maybe this time the attack against democracy will bring a victory so complete it knocks thinking about democracy off the list of government possibilities forever.

HOLMES: I mean that is a fundamental undermining of the American democracy. That's what the price is.
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This country became the greatest country the world had ever seen before 1913. The U.S. of A. began losing its greatness in the Wilson years. The High Court cannot repeal the XVI Amendment, but five justices can raze the Chevron Deference. Remember that it took a long list of activist judges a century to give the Chevron Deference today’s governing authority. Five Supreme Court justices have an opportunity to tear down the regulatory state in the next few years.
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Old July 4th, 2018, 07:06 AM   #2
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Are you just naturally stupid, or do you have to take drugs to get that way?
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Wilson was easily the worst president ever.


Given the time machine option i would choose WW over hitler every single time.
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Woodrow Wilson is father of the regulatory state. Wilson is also guilty of giving the world the 20th democracy movement with all of its inherent evils. In short: Every black mark against Wilson is a double black mark against democracy.

These few words by Woodrow Wilson pitted democracy against every form of government —— including the limited form of government this country’s Founders created:
I always believed that parasites brought down every civilization, every empire, every culture, every prosperous country that ever was. The U.S. today corroborates my take on parasites. If parasites succeed in turning this country into a democracy the U.S. will go the same way. So lets have three cheers for the Meathead who got it right for once:

Rob Reiner: Voting Republican Is a Vote for the ‘Destruction of Democracy’
by Ben Kew
9 Jul 2018

https://www.breitbart.com/big-hollyw...-of-democracy/
There is one exception to parasite injecting their poison with democracy.

NOTE: The Roman Empire’s acquisition of territory has no bearing on my opinion of parasites toppling every empire in history.

Interpreting the decline and fall of the Roman Empire always hinged upon who was doing the interpreting. Religious minds blamed it on a loss of morality long before the Clintons came along. Military minds said that hiring mercenaries was responsible for the fall.

Parenthetically, The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire offers the only evidence I know of that cannot be blamed on the parasite class:


Lead and Lead Poisoning in Antiquity (Wiley Interscience Series in Discrete Mathematics) Hardcover – June 15, 1983
by Professor Jerome O. Nriagu (Author)

https://www.amazon.com/Poisoning-Ant.../dp/047108767X
A very good case can be made for lead poisoning; so I will not argue the science. I accept the Lead Poisoning Theory with one caveat. The decline and fall of the Roman Empire took place in a relative short period of time. To me, it is logical that the people necessary to administer a complex empire died off too quickly to be replaced. In that sense the parasite class was partially responsible for The Decline and Fall.

Not only did the Romans drink legendary amounts of wine, he noted, but they flavored their wines with a syrup made from simmered grape juice that was brewed in lead pots. The syrup was also used as a sweetener in many recipes favored by Roman gourmands.

''One teaspoon of such syrup would have been more than enough to cause chronic lead poisoning,'' Dr. Nriagu said.
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ROMAN EMPIRE'S FALL IS LINKED WITH GOUT AND LEAD POISONING
By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD

https://www.nytimes.com/1983/03/17/u...poisoning.html
Years before Professor Nriagu published his book I came across a theory that was equally convincing. Those Romans who managed the empire died off too quickly for the materially disadvantaged to ascend in time to hold a far-flung empire together; hence, The Fall took place in only 30 years. The theory was supported by examining the skeletal remains of those Romans who died before, during, and after that 30 year time period. The graves of those Romans who were solvent on the day they checked out yielded an extraordinary large number of skeletons whose original owners had died from lead poisoning during the time period in question. The bones exhumed from the graves of those Romans who were less than fortunate in life did not show any signs of lead poisoning. In short: The impoverished could not afford lead pots, and probably not the fuel it takes to simmer the grape juice.

One final theory

The folks living in the Christian countries have been eating chocolate for a long time and their civilization has not declined —— at least not from chocolate. I would be dead if there is any truth to this one:


How much lead is in your chocolate?
By Lenny Bernstein
February 11, 2015

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.8f2f2c155c62
Lets stretch it a bit and say that the chocolate fruitcakes may be onto something here. If so, can mankind expect chocolate consumption to bring civilization to its knees before the democracy parasites beat them to it?

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'Throughout history every form of government defeats democracy. That should tell the folks on television that Communism, theocracies, militarism, and dictatorships of every kind have been gaining ground since the day Wilson made the world safe for democracy.'

Do you have any actual evidence for this? Want to reflect this nonsense against the history of the world?

You are against democracies; correct?

Well just hope for your sake that 'come the revolution' you are on the side in power and they don't decide to arrest/persecute you

Really wonderful to be able to express your opinions here isn't it? Why don't you go and try one of these other systems you seem to think are somehow good and see how it goes expressing your opinion
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Democracy is two wolves and one sheep voting on what’s for dinner.

W. Wilson was the most disastrous president ever. Possible the worst national leader in the history of the world. His policies led to the rise of hitler, ww2, the rise of communism, the cold war , and the Vietnam war.
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Democracy is two wolves and one sheep voting on what’s for dinner.

W. Wilson was the most disastrous president ever. Possible the worst national leader in the history of the world. His policies led to the rise of hitler, ww2, the rise of communism, the cold war , and the Vietnam war.
Still, not as bad as W....and W was better than Trump....
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Britain and France were the main drivers of the Treaty of Versailles. Again, you overemphasis the significance of American impact.
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Democracy is two wolves and one sheep voting on what’s for dinner.

W. Wilson was the most disastrous president ever. Possible the worst national leader in the history of the world. His policies led to the rise of hitler, ww2, the rise of communism, the cold war , and the Vietnam war.
Go on, just for entertainment value, please explain why WW's policies led to all of those things....

I love alternative history narratives
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Go on, just for entertainment value,
To deGanis: Entertain yourself by researching my threads.

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please explain why WW's policies led to all of those things....
To deGanis: Put a lot of work in on your reading comprehension skills and you would not have to ask me for explanations. If that is not possible research my messages and you will find everything you need.

On the other hand, I am happy to offer you a brief dissertation on the topic of “asking questions.”

For your edification. You should know that I only answer questions when it suits my purpose if I answer at all. That includes not answering questions disguised as a buttery request for an explanation.

I do not answer clever questions asked by liberals. Say what you have to say, but do not expect me to make your case for you. Better still, do not reply to messages when my premise is beyond your grasp.

I will tell you the same thing I told countless sly little fellows who asked questions on numerous message boards. I only answers questions that give me an opportunity to elaborate on a topic. Basically, I tell liberals not to reply to my messages because I do not give a rat’s ass about anything they have to say. Indeed, not a one of them can say anything that I have not heard a thousand times before.

If you have something to say —— say it —— preferably in a thread of your own. I write my messages for conservatives —— NOT FOR LIBERALS OR ESTABLISHMENT REPUBLICANS —— who might stumble over a truth in my opinions, interpretations, predictions AND FACTS.

Demanding answers to questions is a debating tactic liberals favor on TV panel talk shows. They ask their opposites clever questions —— then demand answers that proves their case. That technique does not work in print. Message board libs never learn that asking clever questions on a talk show does not work in writing.

I cannot stop liberals from responding. I already know what they will say. So I always offer them a chance not to waste their time. There is not a thing they can say that I have not debunked many times in the past.

As far as I know, there is no rule on any message board that says everyone has to respond to everybody who responds to every thread. In plain English, I decide on which replies I discuss. Not only is the decision mine, I pick and choose whichever part of a reply requires my attention.

Incidentally. instead of dreaming up clever responses you would be a lot happier in a lay-down joint sucking on a pipe full of Socialist/Communist dreams:



I told hundreds of liberals on messages boards that I do not engage in Socratic elenchus.

Socratic elenchus (noun)
interrogation: Socratic method, Socratic elenchus
argumentation: dialectic, Socratic elenchus, dialogue, logical disputation

Socratic method (noun)
Employment of Socratic irony in a philosophical discussion resulting either in a mutual confession of ignorance with a promise of further investigation or in the elicitation of a truth assumed to be innate in all rational beings.
Socratic elenchus is called “debating” by liberals.

Liberals who cannot defend their positions always begin by attacking the messenger. When the personal attack fails they turn the Socratic method into an interrogation with them in the role of inquisitor; however, my primary reason for not playing stupid games with stupid people is less complicated. I say what I have to say and I expect my opposites to do the same if they insist on responding. In short: Question another liberal if they want to engage in Socratic elenchus.

Know this should you decide to read and respond to my messages in the future: I do not post my opinions and interpretations for liberals. I cannot stop them from replying. If I had my druthers you and your kind would not read my threads at all.
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