6 thoughts on “No Ordinary American Cares

  1. Senator Clair McCaskill and congressman William Lacy Clay issued a joint statement.

    “I am amazed that in 2013, such hatred, intolerance and disrespect towards the People of the United States could take place at the Missouri State Fair. Our fair is supposed to showcase the best of Missouri, instead, it showed an ugly face of intolerance and ignorance to the world.

  2. Sad but true.The average American knows nothing.That’s a good thing for Joe.At least for now.The average American doesn’t want the average joe robbing him any longer.The average American is a myth.The individual hates biden’s guts.Average that out,joe.This ordinary American cares.And no longer needs to be told what the American people think as if i’m not a good turd in a big pile of shit.

    1. Calm down…what he said was true. No ORDINARY citizen cares, but an EXTRAORDINARY citizen does. So Mr. Biden thank you for stating the obvious…now hold your head still while I put this hemp rope around your neck.

  3. I don’t agree with this at all. The ordinary Americans DOES care about his constitutional rights, but is really at a loss to know what to do about defending them.

    I think most Americans cherish their constitutional rights, but they don’t want to accept the fact that they’re going to have to fight to keep them.

    We’ve had very sheltered lives of constant entertainment and unlimited food, so the thought of going to war is not something people are going to warm up to very quickly, but they have realized that all peaceful attempts at keeping their rights are futile. They’re simply frustrated at this point.

    They’re angry about losing their rights, and their privacy, but it’s difficult to make the jump from sitting on the couch and watching sit-coms to crawling in the dirt and shooting at people (and ducking bullets yourself, of course).

    They’ll be fighting hard when there’s absolutely no other option, but they’ll avoid that harsh reality as long as possible. (which of course, will leave them terribly unprepared, and that’s why Mark Koernke’s 5-10 program is important)

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