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Happy Presidents Day from Atlas Shrugs in Brooklyn

February 20, 2011

“I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” – The U.S. Constitution, Article II, Section 1

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  1. john brown permalink
    February 21, 2011 9:39 pm

    So help me God.

  2. Presidential Politics on Presidents Day and TJIUA welcomes back BKPolitico, WTF! permalink
    February 22, 2011 12:45 am

    There’s presidential politics in the wind and somebody has shaken up the bag at Chairman Craig Eaton’s hate blog:
    New disclaimer for comments; BKPolitico back in the saddle again, slamming Peter Cipriano like last summer; and more talk about a deal for the 49th AD, which would isolate the renewed “main” threat Jonathan Judge (who is now looking beyond the Brooklyn YRs). Could these events be remotely related? Take a look at the craziness below.

    Is Eaton suddenly trying to extract a TIE from the jaws of victory over his “his and her” nemesis-team from the 49th “Regular Republican” Club in exchange for something now more important. Maybe somebody who counts wants the fight to be over in the 49th and stepped-in (this would be a win-win-win for everybody but Jonathan J. — unless… he’s got a Trump card and Lynn Krogh ?????) Here’s the wildcard – another big time outsider just may be thinking that the largest county in the Empire State is a good bet for some cash for 2012 – but they’d want a solid Kings County County Leader aligned with them from the start. Also, who did and didn’t get Carl Paladino’s “I’m still in it” message? Trump card, big time outsider Carl Paladino “still in it” — can Eaton move three ways at once?

    Everything happening now for the current Brooklyn GOP regime may be intended to avoid something like a “hostile takeover” of the Brooklyn GOP in 2011 as a prelude to 2012.

    I told you it was craziness.

  3. willfully ignorant “keepers of the flame” continue to cover-up abraham lincoln's negative legacy with a complex and well-crafted legend permalink
    March 6, 2011 11:48 am

    i wasn’t motivated to make these comments some weeks ago when i first read this post on your blog, but things have changed.

    yesterday i read something entitled, “150 years since the first republican president!!” in something called “thejigisupatlas,” which appears to be a ‘republican” blog opposed by this one. the correct title of your opposite number’s posting should have been “almost 150 years since the last president of a truly free american republic !!”

    since both blogs claim to be republican and in the tradition of abraham lincoln, both blogs should become aware of the terrible lincoln blight that destroyed “these” united states; and that the legacy of such blight still stains and stunts “the” united states.

    “150 years since the first republican president!!” is the usual hogwash-whitewash of the greatest mass killer of americans in history, abraham lincoln. he was the only president to [completely] suspend the constitution while he made war on the whole of these united states of america. honest abe was a manic-depressive traitor to the laws and traditions of a once-great and long non-existent nation. this monster, lincoln, refused to support a lawful war against a foreign enemy, but waged an unlawful and murderous assault against his own people. lincoln and his ilk of radical republicans completely changed the nature of this great land from a free republic, ruled at the sufferance and by the will of the governed; to a plutocratic continental empire run by the assorted political charlatans, shills, grifters and grafters, who were doing the bidding of the emergent robber-barons, largely northeastern bankers and northwestern (by then heartland) industrialists, whose names still entitle the top institutions, foundations and levers of power in the contemporary non-republican and non-democratic oligarchy called the united states of america.

    the defeat of the free and voluntary confederate states by the federal troops of the mandatory non-representative and non-represented union states marked death knell of “the last best hope for mankind” to have a free and independent republic under the last lawful constitution for these united states.

    “sic semper tyrannis”; lincoln was justly executed by a patriotic band of real americans upon lawful orders of the confederate secret service, only after the confederate leadership had learned about the plans of lincoln’s union secret service to murder several of the provisional leaders of the confederate states of america.

  4. Gerry Ford liked one particular Mexiacn dish permalink
    March 7, 2011 2:09 am

    Gerald Ford wrote in his autobiography, “A Time to Heal”,
    that when singer Vicki Carr appeared at the White House (she did so
    for five different presidents), she asked President Ford, “What
    Mexican dish do you like?” His response was, “I like you.” He
    reported that First Lady, Betty Ford, was not pleased. According to
    the former president, “Betty overheard the exchange, and needless
    to say, she wasn’t wild about it.” [Does one have to wonder why
    Betty Ford drank adult beverages and needed a pill or
    two?]

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