Sunday, October 23, 2011

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“The American military is supposed to be our protection against invasion from foreign aggressors. Instead, it has become nothing more than a plaything of the political classes.”
Garry Reed

“The envious do not believe that members of the productive class are entitled to their property. They should only be allowed to keep a percentage and that percentage is determined subjectively according to the desires of the envious. The democratic State gives the envious a minute amount of power through voting. They use this power to vote for politicians or policies designed to take wealth from the productive class.”

“So it strikes me that instead of sweating blood over the iniquity of foreign States, my fellow-citizens would do a great deal better by themselves to make sure that the American State is not strong enough to carry out the like iniquities here. The stronger the American State is allowed to grow, the higher its record of criminality will grow, according to its opportunities and temptations.”
Albert J. Nock

“The American government is going to die because they screwed up the money. IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY. IT’S THE MONEY,STUPID. And it’s DC’s greed that will be its undoing. Fiat currency…the dollar…is an nonredeemable debt instrument. The dollar-based monetary system is 100% based in debt. Precious metals are money. They are 100% based in value. Redeemability provides stability, which produces predictability. THAT’S how you run an economy.”
Russell Longcore

“Truisms reject moral relativism, and American exceptionalism. They compel an understanding of the laws of nature that animate and regulate all human beings at all times, in all places, and under all circumstances. And truisms equal freedom.”
Andrew P. Napolitano

“You want a real freedom revolution? Then go inside your own head and demand that you free you. Heavens, the influence you can have there! The change you can spark! It’s awesome.”
Claire Wolfe

“Christians who vote are not obeying his admonition to 'Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's' and are instead giving Caesar that which does not belong to Caesar: their attention, time, and respect.”
Kent McManigal

“Civilization is a stream with banks. The stream is sometimes filled with blood from people killing, stealing, shouting and doing the things historians usually record, while on the banks, unnoticed, people build homes, make love, raise children, sing songs, write poetry and even whittle statues. The story of civilization is the story of what happened on the banks. Historians are pessimists because they ignore the banks for the river.”
Will Durant

“All hail humanitarian war. Regime change can be a bitch. Start with sanctions because of 'humanitarian' reasons. If they don't work, arm ragtag mercenaries and implement a 'no-fly zone' through an international body. If the rebels can't hunt down the defunct leader, then just bomb the hell out the country until a bloody carcass vaguely resembling the leader turns up. Then claim that the humanitarian intervention was a wild success. PS: Make sure you destroy enough of the infrastructure to secure a huge IMF bondage loan for reconstruction.”
From The Activist Post, regarding the destruction of Libya
From the Darkness:
“Black market cigarettes are robbing our coffers of a critical revenue source that we need to pay for vital domestic programs like health insurance for children.”
Sen. Frank Lautenberg, the chief Senate sponsor of the Smuggled Tobacco Prevention, or STOP Act, which would require that tobacco products carry a high-tech stamp that allows government investigators to track cigarette packages and determine whether taxes were paid and whether tobacco is being diverted to "illegal" markets.

“I would love to see Barack Obama be Bulworth. I’d love to see what I’ve always wanted to see, somebody run as a one term President and show me that people aren’t stupid. They do care about each other. And when he does the right things and takes on the controversies, he’s going to win the next election.”
Sean Penn

"I've looked at the writings of people like Amb. John Bolton. I've looked at the writings of Dr. Henry Kissinger -- KT McFarland, someone I respect."
Herman Cain, when asked who has shaped his views on foreign policy [God help us.]

"I don't think the war in Iraq was a mistake, because there were a lot of other reasons we needed to go to Iraq, and there have been a lot of benefits that have come out of Iraq."
Herman Cain [“Benefits” for whom? Morticians?]

"We hope he [Moammar Gadhafi] can be captured or killed soon so that you don't have to fear him any longer.”
Queen Hillary, in her weekly shout out for more blood

"It's very clear that private-sector jobs have been doing just fine; it's the public-sector jobs where we've lost huge numbers, and that's what this legislation is all about."
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, explaining his support for higher taxes as part of the teacher/first-responder bill

“Let’s get in on the ground in Libya]. There is a lot of money to be made in the future in Libya. Lot of oil to be produced. Let’s get on the ground and help the Libyan people establish a democracy and a functioning economy based on free market principles.”
Sen. Lindsey Graham, leading the future looting of Libya

“We came, we saw, he died.”
Queen Hillary, making light of Gaddafi’s execution without trial. [Your time will come, War Wench. We will delight in seeing your fat carcass buried at sea.]

"Where is a terrorist more apt to be found? Not these days on an airplane more likely on the interstate.”
Bill Gibbons, Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security Commissioner [If they’re not on airplanes, why are your perverts still molesting and microwaving people? They’re now on the interstates, you say? Based on what evidence?]

"For the region, today's events [the murder of Gaddafi] prove once more that the rule of an iron fist inevitably comes to an end."
B. Obama [Your time will come, as well, Bankster Puppet Boy]

“The demand for out facilities and services could be adversely affected by the relaxation of enforcement efforts. For instance, any changes with respect to drugs o illegal immigration could affect could affect the number of persons arrested, convicted, and sentenced, thereby reducing demand for out correctional facilities to house them.”
From the Corrections Corporation of America annual report

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