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    We have nothing to fear, but

    We have nothing to fear, but

    um, um.

    From Linda, taken at the Providence Mall, Nashville, TN:

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    don't tread 2012 | June 14, 2012 at 7:57 am

    Liberty = Freedom from unjust or undue governmental control.
    Tyranny = Oppressive power exerted by government.

    Choose wisely.


       
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      ALman in reply to don't tread 2012. | June 14, 2012 at 9:01 am

      Theory: During the past 40 – 50 years, any number of persons have opted in the direction of tyranny rather than liberty. Recall the sometimes justification: “What’s the big deal? I’ll surrender a little freedom to be safer.”

    What scares me even more than our current government (Obama, Holder, Reno, et al) is that a majority of Americans voted for an “Amateur” in 2008.”


       
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      GrumpyOne in reply to Sally Paradise. | June 14, 2012 at 11:01 am

      Chalk that up as a result of the dumbing down of America due to a faulty left infested education system.

      Sometimes I get the feeling that half the population is functionally illiterate. And many in that “half” are serving as elected officials.

      A community organizer was elected to run the most powerful country in the world and now we find ourselves where we are.

      Only by evicting the current corrupt and incompetent crowd in DC will we be able to get the country back on a path of solutions…

    You want to see funny bumper stickers, go to a gun show.

    “ATF. Alcohol, tobacco and firearms. Who’s bringing the chips?”

    “Please don’t tell my Mother I’m a lawyer. She thinks I’m the piano player in a whorehouse.” Or substitute “crack dealer”.

    Bill, I’ll pick up a couple this weekend and mail ’em to ya.

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