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Started by Tom Whitmore. Last reply by Michael Jan 6, 2010.

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Comment by Constitutional Reset AKA Russell on December 23, 2010 at 10:25am

"NOW Time to haul in the fish.  "

re: " Notice of Constitutional Reset: To all member of the Va. Bar Associ..."

Some very old truths still work very well, and with broad utility, when worked.

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14


It seems that God spoke to me through a dream this morning. 

The dream went on and on with great detail and display of natural beauty. 

The gist of it is this: 

 lightly-corded large-mesh fishing net was laid out on the shallow bottom a sandy shingle bordering a deep channel. 

The net’s size was about 150’  by 200’.

Then from about 1000’ to the north two fishermen herded bait fish down the shallows until the bait fish were concentrated above the large mesh net. 

No attempt was made to catch the bait fish so they were not overly alarmed. 

The fishermen walked away. 

The bait fish stayed for some reason. 

I was watching this from the top of large nearby pine. 
Many large fish came up from the nearby deeps to feed on the baitfish.  

Some I had never seen before, as long as six feet, with sharp cobia like noses, weighing as much as a man but stronger. 

Normally such a weak net could have no hope of making such a rich catch of strong fish. 

Yet, by lifting the net from the deeper sides the catch could be rolled up to the beach. 
It was not a job that could be handled by just a couple fishermen. 

I shouted from the tree top for the people to come take in the fish. 

I woke up from the dream shouting.


I am shouting for you.

NOW is the time for us to take in the rich harvest of “Constitutional Reset”.

Come, please, lift the net on its deeper edge, now -

contact Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell at  http://www.reform.virginia.gov/Comments/ .

This should be sufficient:"I hereby give you, Gov. McDonnell, my Va18.2-482 & 18USC4 notice of the Va18.2-481(5) statutory treason evidenced at http://teapartypatriots.ning.com/forum/topics/notice-of-constitutional-reset"

Comment by George Dodge on February 24, 2010 at 10:02pm
As many of you have heard, Tea Party supporter, Delegate Bob Marshall has come under attack for trying to defund Planned Parenthood.

A response to the Gainsville Times article has been posted on the Citizen-Patriot Blog

Please visit the blog and post a comment supporting Bob.
Comment by Laura Logie on January 17, 2010 at 9:57pm
I enjoyed the speakers at the Americans for Prosperity Reception after the Inauguration of Bob McDonnell, Bill Bolling and Ken Cuccinelli.
Comment by The Bulletproof Monk on January 6, 2010 at 9:52pm
Outstanding points, George. If we can all recall, even under the USSovietRepublic, there were still "haves" and "have nots".
Comment by George Daily on January 6, 2010 at 4:44pm
Economics under capitalism is not a zero sum game. The creation of new wealth means that no one has to "lose" in order for others to "win". The only justification for "spreading the wealth around" is the false assumption that all the wealth has already been created and distributed "inequitably". Unfortunately, the redistribution of wealth inhibits it's creation and results in the reduction of all to the lowest common denominator. To put it differently, neo-marxism is only effective for dividing an ever smaller pie. Free market capitalism naturally works to create a bigger pie divided according to merit instead of political favor.
Comment by Daryl Washington on January 5, 2010 at 12:21pm
All, I can say to that, is Amen. I concur!! This is why we must bring back our party. We must put people in place in local offices, etc that will be the best for America. I vote elect Daryl Washington, LOL. Let me get back to seriousness now. I totally agree with you, we need to start prosecuting these people and don't allow them to retire off the back of those who worked hard to achieve what they lost, and have.
Comment by The Bulletproof Monk on January 5, 2010 at 12:16pm
Those that can.... do. Those who cannot....teach. :)
We agree on the basics, friend. I truly believe that every one of God's children has potential to be great. Some find it in themselves, and others do not.
But, unfortunately, the democrats only aim is to remove that drive, that spirit of dedication in us all...with a bribe to simply give some what they should be working for.
At the top of that financial teir, some there have abused what they were entrusted with, too. In our markets, some violated the laws that are put in place to prevent such occurances--- and they should have been punished much more swiftly than they were. There was a failing at the regulatory level, by the SEC and the trading and market regulators, to be specific. I want those guilty to be exposed and prosecuted for their paticipation in the downfall of the greatest beacon on the planet to free enterprise. If this President (and Congress) were serious on making a case to never let the shenanigans happen again, they'd be hanging some of the top losers out to dry. Instead, the Congress gave Frank Raines a pass. They give Barney Frank and Chris Dodd a pass. That's how I know that they aren't serious about addressing any of the real problems that brought us to where we are.
Comment by Daryl Washington on January 5, 2010 at 11:50am
Monk, I agree the president does seem like he is taking us near a society that is dependent on the government. It seems like he wants to dissolve everything and have the people less free. I do not agree with anything that is coming out his mouth so far. Now I can't lie, I am trying to get to the upper part of the populace and with the grace of the Supreme Being I will get there. However, I would want it to be my talents and my own will to get me there, even if someone seen something good in me and opened a door. I would NEVER EVER want to receive something taken from someone else and given to me because I don't have it. That creates a lazy and ignorant person whom truly would never grow even if you give them $1,000,000. So I must say the bottom line I agree with you. It reminds me that the upper hand is greater than the lower, it just sick how some people wants everyone to be socialized. The greatest freedom a person can have, is to be themselves.
Comment by The Bulletproof Monk on January 5, 2010 at 11:32am
I respectfully disagree. Those that can produce the greatest product at the greatest profit (read keeping production cost down in relation to rolling production of product up) will experience less interruption of actual profit than those who do not produce as efficiently, and therefore operate in a closer ratio with less room to absorb a blow to the taxed income.
It is inevitable that businesses are in business to turn a profit. What drives that out of country is increased tax burden on the Company.
Basically, this Administration is doing it again...this time to the upper end of the populance. They strive to take from those who were smart enough to get to the top of earning, and give it to those who do absolutely nothing to provide for themselves. Which violates this ---That all individuals are entitled to equal rights, justice, and opportunities and should assume their responsibilities as citizens in a free society.
In other words, the lowest ranking among us doesn't have to remain there. This is America, and anyone can do anything they want to.
In socialist countries and governments-- they will assign what you do and how far you get to go on the ride.
Comment by Daryl Washington on January 4, 2010 at 8:41pm
Monk, I think you were a little misguided in my statements. What I am saying is this. When you deal with people, you have to remember that they are also considered economics. So in reality every person is part of an economic chain and the ones that produce the most, are the ones whose interest is most likely to be focused upon. That is an absolute. Now when you say a company can raise their prices, this basically means the consumer is paying their taxes for them. That again is an absolute. That has nothing to do with being smart, it is just again living in an economic chain. The reason I mentioned charity actually came from your post first. I was merely telling you what happens when people perform charity. I know I written off many things in my life time. The rest of the creed, it would be good if we all actually lived it daily.

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