Election Reality Check

It is being reported that durable goods sales are up 2.2% and of course the propagandists are attributing the sales to businesses buying more durable goods because we are in a recovery, don’t you know.  So what is the truth?  Well, durable goods sales are up as the durable goods being sold are guns.

We are seeing record sales in our country right now with the passage of Section 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act, the Emergency Resources Executive Order, and the no-Trespassing Legislation.  It has become apparent even to the most ignorant among us that we are seeing the implementation of a totalitarian dictatorship being established through legislative coup, to be followed by a military coup in the form of gun confiscation and mass executions.

In short, American citizens by the millions are coming to the realization that they will either fight or they will be exterminated.

Stern Ruger, Inc has stopped taking orders for guns from their distributers as they have become overwhelmed and literally cannot produce the guns fast enough to keep up with demand.  You would think that as this industry is thriving, it should be all over the mainstream news.  But then gun sales being prompted through Obama’s actions can hardly be used as selling points for his reelection.

The Ron Paul campaign continues to meet election fraud literally at every primary and caucus.  Thankfully at least one complaint has been filed, but considering the scope of the fraud, the complaints should be in the hundreds by now.

At this point in the ball game we should be redoubling our efforts and enforcing those efforts in displaying a decrease of tolerance for these Republican establishment treasonous criminals who are so arrogant that they are boldly standing up and saying that they do not want Ron Paul and intend to do whatever it takes to stop him, regardless of whether those actions are legal or illegal.

It is coming to the point that we may have to start exchanging blows of our fists with these pompous despicable bastards.  We cannot just allow ourselves to be pushed around.  And they have shown that when we try to sidestep them and hold caucuses in spite of their violations of the rules, they have no problem calling in their police attack dogs to drive us from the polling areas.

Enough is enough.  If the aggression persists we must meet that aggression with aggression.  It is our right to enforce our laws when law enforcement refuses to.  And if the aggression escalates to a shooting war, we must not waver because the choice has become clear.  And that is kill or be killed as our enemies are making it clear, there is no third choice.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

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  1. Yep, the mainstream media is doing all it can to help Barry Soetoro aka Barry the Rat get re-elected. In fact, the great news of the wonderful recovery was in the news again today!


    US jobless claims fall to lowest level in 4 years

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits dropped last week to the lowest level in four years, adding to evidence that the job market is strengthening.

    Applications for weekly unemployment benefits fell by 5,000 to a seasonally adjusted 359,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. That’s the fewest applicants since April 2008. The four-week average, a less volatile measure, declined to 365,000 — the fewest for that measure since May 2008.

    When unemployment benefit applications drop consistently below 375,000, it usually signals that hiring is strong enough to lower the unemployment rate. The decline has coincided with the best three months of hiring in two years.

    The department made annual revisions to the past five years of data, which increased the number of applications in recent months and showed a slower decline. Still, even after the revisions, applications have fallen roughly 12 percent over the past six months.

    Most economists still expect another strong month of hiring in March. “The trend remains unambiguously downwards,” said Ian Shepherdson, an economist at High Frequency Economics. “We think the rate of decline … is slowing … but they are still consistent with robust, sustained payroll gains.”

    Separately, the U.S. economy expanded at a solid pace in the final three months of last year, but growth is expected to slow in the current quarter. The economy grew at annual rate of 3 percent in the fourth quarter, the Commerce Department said. But economists forecast it likely dipped below 2 percent in the current quarter.

    Businesses have been restocking their shelves at a slower pace and shipping fewer long-lasting manufactured goods. In addition, Europe’s debt crisis and slower growth in Asia have reduced demand for U.S. exports.

    Stronger hiring in the first two months of the year probably hasn’t offset those weaknesses. That’s because Americans’ pay has barely kept pace with inflation while gas prices have spiked. So consumer spending, which accounts for 70 percent of economic activity, probably hasn’t increased much from the end of last year.

    Most economists expect growth to pick up later this year, as more hiring lifts the economy. From December through February, employers added an average of 245,000 jobs per month. That has pushed down the unemployment rate to 8.3 percent, the lowest in three years.

    Companies are hiring more workers because the economy is picking up. The economy grew at an annual rate of 3 percent in the final three months of last year. That was better than the 1.8 percent rate in the previous quarter.

    The number of people receiving unemployment benefits also fell. More than 7.1 million laid-off workers received unemployment aid in the week ended March 10, the latest data available. That’s about 130,000 lower than the previous week.

    There are other signs the economy is steadily recovering. Consumers remained confident in March, even as gas prices jumped. And the battered housing market is showing small signs of improvement. January and February comprised the best winter for sales of previously occupied homes in five years, according to the National Association of Realtors.

    One concern is that rising gas prices will force consumers to cut back on discretionary spending. That could weigh on economic growth and slow hiring. The Federal Reserve says it expects oil and gas prices to temporarily boost inflation but predicts that longer-term inflation should remain stable.

    The job market still has a ways to go to fully recover from the Great Recession. More than 12.8 million people remain unemployed and the economy still has 5 million fewer jobs than before the downturn.

    But the more robust job market has caused some so-called “discouraged workers” to start looking again. The work force rose by nearly a half-million in February.

  2. The day they try to confiscate guns in this country is the day the revolution will begin. The military will side with the revolutionarys and we will get our country back. We will arrest all those behind this treason and if need be no life will be spared. So Washington polityicians and the Globalist, the FED and the UN better tread lightly because right is might and we will prosecute all of them who are stepping on our Constitution and our God given rights.

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    Pravda on Mitt Romney: ‘Out-Of-Touch, Out-Of-Date, Unelectable’
    10:43 AM, Mar 28, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
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    Pravda is hitting Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney over comments he made about Russia. “Russia is the geopolitical foe,” Romney said earlier this week in response to President Obama telling his Russian counterpart to give him “space” so that he could have “more flexibility” after the 2012 presidential election.

    So, in an op-ed today posted on Pravda’s website, the infamous former Soviet newspaper writes, “Electing Mitt Romney as the next President of the United States of America would be like appointing a serial paedophile as a kindergarten teacher, a rapist as a janitor at a girls’ dormitory or a psychopath with a fixation on knives as a kitchen hand. His comments on Russia are a puerile attempt at making the grand stage and boy, did he blow it…”

    Pravda goes on to question American democracy and say that Romney is just an “adolescent” school boy:

    Somewhat like Condoleezza Rice did before the Bush regime was er…”elected” …, Mitt Romney takes the chance to mouth off about Russia, calling her “our number one geopolitical foe” which fights “every cause for the world’s worst actors”. Unfortunately, such vapid stupidity has become commonplace among senior US politicians, providing the rest of the world with a telling insight as to the real nature of the political class in that country – out of touch, out of date and dangerously jingoistic. In short, overgrown self-opinionated schoolboys with super-egos but nothing whatsoever to back it up with.

    True, it feels great to slag off another country’s cuisine and say, for example, that “Mexican food is crap! American food is far better!” Adolescent-type comments such as these generally provoke a session of back-patting, and a ra-ra-ra raucous explosion of national pride which after a few drinks degenerates into “My God is better than your God” and then “My President could smack the crap out of yours”.

    Fine for grade school playgrounds. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is where this upstart nonentity Mitt Romney belongs, certainly not to the intricate and complex wheels and cogs of world policy and nowhere near a red button. Imagine this guy as President!

    Then, Pravda praises present Russian relations with the United States under President Obama. “Exactly at a time when Russia and the USA are finding that they have far more in common than differences, exactly when they see that they are much more friends than foes, when they see that there is so much to be gained through collaboration, a foul-mouthed, big-headed oaf like Romney with more money than sense makes a comment that reveals who he really is to the world: a pea-brained, pith-headed simpleton with too much testosterone and too little common sense, with zero tact, no diplomacy and a paramount grasp on the intricacies of world politics. A prize, good-for-nothing ignoramus,” writes Pravda.

    The piece ends by threatening Romney. “So talking about geopolitical foes…next time Mitt Romney had better back off, butt out and mind his manners, so as not to appear like a foul-mouthed guttersnipe whose utter ignorance and pig-headed arrogance is only too clear for all to see. See how he walked straight into this one, ladies and gentlemen? Imagine THAT as your President…”

    The opinion piece is titled, “Mitt Romney: Out-of-touch, out-of-date, unelectable.”
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    Here’s the Russians slant on the election.

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