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Congressmen are speaking up! Sen.Inhofe: U.S. Headed Toward Revolution
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 758960:MV84Njk0NzlfMTM0Njg2ODVfRkI5RTFBMDA=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 574055] Do not be tricked into revolution while your forces are deployed overseas. Once the emergency starts, you will no longer be able to supply your troops and they will be picked off bit by bit by attrition. After the rebellion has been suppressed at home by trickery and force, the US dollar will not be able to buy them their fare home. There's not going to be a revolution. The Senator is speaking of new elections next year. He speaks up only after he reads the polls. [/quote] There are all sorts of people speaking of rebelling against the government right now. Not just Imhofe. There are people out there who are deliberately fomenting trouble so that emergency powers can be placed upon the state, perhaps in the form of martial law. There are some who wish that violent acts be performed so that emergency powers can be used to shut down the normal democratic processes. This should not happen while the troops are abroad as they are now. [/quote]
August 27, 2009
Inhofe: U.S. headed toward revolution
@ 1:01 pm by Eric Zimmermann
The overreaching of the federal government is pushing the U.S. towards a revolution, Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) said today.
"People are not buying these concepts that are completely foreign to America," Inhofe said at a townhall in Chickasaw, Okla. "We're almost reaching a revolution in this country."
Inhofe has been one of the Senate's most strident opponents of climate legislation and healthcare reform.
Inhofe added that he didn't need to read the full helathcare legislation before deciding to vote against it. Public opinion and news reports, he said, provided all the information he needed.
"I don't have to read it, or know what's in it," Inhofe said. "I'm going to oppose it anyways."
Most of the versions of healthcare legislation making their away through congress are about 1,000 pages long.
link to briefingroom.thehill.com
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