Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Texas Declared a Terrorist State

Well folks it does appear that many of us now fit the category of Right-wing Extremist , commonly known as Terrorist. You see we now fall under the new guidelines set by the Chief Occupier and his new DHL Secretary Napolitano.


The real terrorist , the ones with whom we have been at war with since the days of Jimmah Carter and the 444 day Hostage Situation in Iran, have recently been given a pass and the war has been declared over. If you remember the Chief Occupier made much ado about ending the “war” in his first 100 days. Well, the war on terror is over and has been declared an overseas contingency plan but now it seems a new type of terrorist has arisen and that includes many of you and me.



According to the Department of Homeland Security, Texas fits the Department's profile of potential domestic terrorism described in their newly released report titled, " Right-wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment".



Islamic extremists' acts of domestic terrorism were recently given the dignity, by Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano and President Obama, of being classified as man-made disasters, and abroad, the "war on terror" has been reclassified as an "overseas contingency plan". But an entire non-Islamic class, or perhaps by extension entire states, according to the report, are not afforded such considerate and cordial titles if they are anti-abortion, tend to harbor returning soldiers stationed in the Middle East, aid and abet the reintegration of military personnel into civilian life within their borders, are anti-illegal immigration, are anti-gun control, possess Christian views, are against high taxes, and are opposed to the overreaching power of the federal government. They fit the assessment of "extremists" that was "provided to federal, state, local, and tribal counterterrorism and law enforcement officials so they may effectively deter, prevent, preempt, or respond to terrorist attacks"



I am proud to say that my home state of Texas is in opposition of the “overreaching power of the federal government and that the statement of our governor Rick Perry may have sealed our fate as a terrorist state.

I don’t always agree with many of the things our governor has to say or much of what he has done recently but I will give him credit for his support of HCR 50, which support states rights under the 10th Amendment. The same 10th Amendment that expounds on Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution which spells explicitly the limits of the federal government, just in case the federal government becomes confused of their limits.

Anyone paying attention of late will know this to be occurring with speed and stealth.



Governor Perry had this to say on the subject: "I believe that our federal government has become oppressive in its size, its intrusion into the lives of our citizens, and its interference with the affairs of our state. That is why I am here today to express my unwavering support for efforts all across our country to reaffirm the states' rights affirmed by the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. I believe that returning to the letter and spirit of the U.S. Constitution and its essential 10th Amendment will free our state from undue regulations, and ultimately strengthen our Union....Millions of Texans are tired of Washington, DC trying to come down here to tell us how to run Texas."



The declaration also sets forth that: A number of recent federal proposals are not within the scope of the federal government's constitutionally designated powers and impede the states' right to govern itself. HCR 50 affirms that Texas claims sovereignty under the 10th Amendment over all powers not otherwise granted to the federal government.

It also designates that all compulsory federal legislation that requires states to comply under threat of civil or criminal penalties, or that requires states to pass legislation or lose federal funding, be prohibited or repealed.



To assure you that Texas falls under the terror threat assessment capabilities based on voting habit her is a check list. You might want to check to see if you fall into the category and if your state will also soon be declared a rogue, terrorist state:


Anti-abortion--check

Pro-Gun--check

Anti-gun control--check

Predominantly Christian--check

Military bases--check

Returning soldiers--check

Against high taxes (no state tax in Texas)--check, check

Anti-illegal immigration--check

Against an overreaching federal government--check

Conservative--check

Extreme right-wing (according to Democratic Party standards)--check

Understands Article 1, Section 8--check

Understands the 10th Amendment--check

Rejects federal authority in favor of state or local authority—check

That sums it up: Texas is most definitely a terror state in the eyes of Secretary Napolitano and her agency as well as the Chief Occupier’s opinion.


On March 1, 1845, then-President John Tyler signed a congressional bill annexing the Republic of Texas. Though the annexation resolution never explicitly granted Texas the right to secede from the Union (as is often reported), many (including me) hold that it is implied by its unique autonomy and history, as well as the unusual provision in the resolution that gave Texas the right to divide into as many as five states. Both the original (1836) and the current (1876) Texas Constitutions also declare that "All political power is inherent in the people. … they have at all times the inalienable right to alter their government in such manner as they might think proper."

Perhaps the time is getting close to reinforce the constitution of the Republic of Texas.



NOTE: As of today 34 states have made some move toward declaring their rights under the 10th Amendment.




We are going to put an end to the notion that the American taxpayer exists to fund the federal government.


5 comments:

Mustang said...

For years, the federal government has subjected states to the same social enslavement foisted upon slow thinking, entitlement oriented citizens. For far too many years, state governors and legislators would agree to anything in return for federal money. Whether highway construction funds, supplemental law enforcement funds, or education funds . . . the cost has always been a pronounced reduction of state sovereignty.

Our people, who are for the most part a product of public education, do not appear to understand that they are foremost citizens of states. States guarantee protection from oppressive federal government through incorporation of the Bill of Rights. Right now, the federal government is out of control; both political parties are responsible for this and the GOP has no credibility with me because it broke its contract with America.

So it is inspiring to hear Gov. Perry and Gov. Sanford publicly asserting the Tenth Amendment. It was heartening today to listen to the people of my small town putting Gov. Crist on notice that we do not want any part of the stimulus package. It was good to hear people yelling, “Repeal the Stimulus and Omnibus Spending Bills!”

And now realize that while Fox News is covering the Tea Parties all across America, CNN is ignoring it, and MSNBC is attempting to make a connection between the Tea Party events and “right wing terrorists.” This should be a revelation, folks. The Fourth Estate is pursuing its own anti-American, pro-socialist agenda; they could care less about how mainstream Americans feel about too much government. What we should be doing, in my opinion, is writing stern letters to the sponsors of these media outlets and serving notice upon them that we refuse to purchase their products for as long as the media continues to shape the news to fit their own anti-American views.

Ticker said...

"What we should be doing, in my opinion, is writing stern letters to the sponsors of these media outlets and serving notice upon them that we refuse to purchase their products for as long as the media continues to shape the news to fit their own anti-American views."

Another great form of Tea Party Protest. It doesn't take long for sponsors to feel the hit on the pocketbook when folks stop buying.

The usual suspects on the leftwing blogs are downplaying the numbers and of course using name calling rather than facts to attempt to distract from the importance of such events.

Leslie said...

I want to move to Texas then. They meet my criteria.

CNN put out a total spin on the Tea Parties:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6G3fvNhdoc0&feature=player_embedded

Jeff Dreibus said...

Ticker,

I just caught the charming and lovely Napolitano on FOX News this morning defending her "right-wing extremist" definition. Good Lord, do you remember Donna Shalala who held the same position during the Clinton administration. Take my word for it: this one is WORSE!

I guess I'm a right-wing extremist, too, since I was among the 2,000+ attendees of a peaceable Tea Party held at the Buncombe County (Asheville, NC) courthouse yesterday. Yep, my name is no doubt on a list somewhere of those who will have their windows broken and their guns confiscated by Obama's "Blueshirts" when Kristallnacht 2.0 commences.

Do I really think it will come to that? The scary thing is this: these days, I really don't know. It's the wondering that is the hardest . . .

It is long past third-party time in America, folks.

Jeff Dreibus

Ticker said...

"CNN put out a total spin on the Tea Parties:"

yes and the so called "reporter" showed her butt trying to be a total smarta@#.

My next blog appearing shortly will address the TEA party and the real meaning behind them. It will address the questions of the leftist as to what is your answer to the problem.