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 on: February 09, 2010, 11:58:33 PM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by msankewitsch
That is an idea I like, and you  know there would be a civil suit if some state were to implement it.

 on: February 09, 2010, 06:53:27 PM 
Started by msankewitsch - Last post by msankewitsch
So, I see all this activity! I do certainly hope that folks start looking around and finding this site, one of the nicer, less rabid 'get back to where we oughta be' sites.

My name is Mike, I live in High Point, I ride, I shoot, and would like to see what it may take to get NC, and by example other states, back to the type of governence that was laid out long ago.

 on: February 01, 2010, 09:55:04 AM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by my2centsworth
Click link cause I'm to lazy to cut and paste.  Start your Monday with a laugh!

 on: January 30, 2010, 03:34:56 PM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by my2centsworth
Ben Franklins response to internal and external taxation re: stamp act.  Excellent article.

 on: January 30, 2010, 03:27:56 PM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by my2centsworth
A comparison of the Stamp Act and Healthcare.  Logical argument that Healthcare is a more sinister tyranny than the tyranny of the Crown.  Excellent article.

 on: January 25, 2010, 08:02:44 PM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by my2centsworth
It is easier to provide the link rather than retype/cut n'paste or move images/video.  Please forgive my laziness...gotta save my energy for the census workers!!!!

 on: January 25, 2010, 06:24:44 PM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by my2centsworth
Not defending Republicans here...just exposing the mental illness of liberalism.  This guy needs to take two aspirin and call me in the morning....

 on: January 25, 2010, 10:59:52 AM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by muncyweb
Excellent post! First off, I would say that if you owe taxes, you should most definitely pay them. And if you pay, then folks who may be benefitting from your hard-earned money should most definitely be required to go through an adequate approval process in order to obtain that money. If this requires a urine test, then so be it.

However, many of the taxes that are currently being charged to us are being charged by a government put into place by a military order. In North Carolina, our government was put into place by military order number 120, by General Canby:

The Constitution does not recognize governments put in place in this manner and neither should the people.

Now, if the "Constitutionally-approved" state governments are put back into place, then at that time this issue could be re-addressed. Of course, if this were to happen, each of our tax burdens would be so low at that point that we would probably not find ourselves complaining about it nearly as much. The tax rate in the de jure (lawful) state of North Carolina (North Carolina American Republic), I believe, is currently around 20 to 30 federal reserve notes per household, or silver/gold equivalent. Currently this government is operating in a limited mode due to a low number of participants. Most people are currently choosing to continue participating in the de facto. However, we hope to see this change very soon as the de facto government becomes more and more heavy handed and people desire to choose a government that will protect their rights, rather than one that ignores them.

 on: January 20, 2010, 01:50:25 PM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by my2centsworth
I have written about the elected crook Marc Basnight before. He has represented the 1st district of NC since 1974. The NC citizens responsible for electing this crook reside mostly in the northeastern part of the state. This area is located on North Carolina's Coastal plain and contains towns such as Beaufort, Nags Head, Roanoke Rapids, Rocky Mount, Goldsboro, and New Bern. is reporting that, yet once again, ALL NC citizens have been led to their financial slaughter for the benefit of Marc Basnight's personal income, the personal income of his cousin, and only the Lord knows who else. As a matter of fact, Basnight Construction was awarded a general construction bid less than 24 hours after legislative and executive approval was given for "Jeanette's Pier" in April 2009.

He not just a thief. He is an exceptionally fast thief. Let's hope the new 25 million dollar pier-to-no-where is worth the debt the 1st district has saddled us with, not to mention the financial burden they put on our grandchildren.

Quoting the Civitas article:

"Basnight Construction was awarded subcontracted work on part of the new $25 million Jennette’s Pier project currently under construction in Nags Head. The amount of money the construction company is being paid and the scope of work being performed are currently undisclosed.

President Pro Tempore Marc Basnight (D-Dare) was the leading advocate to push the multimillion dollar project through the General Assembly in 2009. Due to his efforts, House Bill 628, “Aquarium Satellite Areas Funding” was able to fly through the Legislature and receive unanimous approval from lawmakers. Later attempts to strip funding for the pier were blocked through procedural motions by House and Senate leadership.

President of Basnight Construction for the last two decades, the Senator’s history with the company began in 1973 when he founded it. According to the Senator’s most recently available Statement of Economic Interest filed with the State Ethics Commission on April 15, 2009 he lists having a financial interest in the company of greater than $10,000. Additional corporate filings with the NC Secretary of State’s office have listed him as the company’s treasurer, while his cousin, James Basnight, is registered as president. Senator Basnight has served as the company’s President as recently as 2007."

A couple of statements jump out of this article:

"The amount of money the construction company is being paid and the scope of work being performed are currently undisclosed." Well, of course it is undisclosed! That would be letting the cat out of the bag now wouldn't it!

"he lists having a financial interest in the company of greater than $10,000".
Well, of course he does! Make his interest seem as small as possible. I mean, really, he is only the FOUNDER and PRESIDENT for the last 20 years...till he turned into a career democrat thief in Raleigh all compliments of the IGNORANCE of citizens in the 1st district.

By the way, y'all let me know what you think once the pier is up and running. I'm too broke to go. Seems like once I pay all the new taxes, fork out higher health insurance deductibles and premiums (also compliments of Mr. Basnight and his buddies in Raliegh on April 2009), increased federal withholding from my paycheck, and make up for all the tax deductions that Washington took away(as of 12/31/09 At 12:00 PM)...well, I'll not get to visit the new pier. But y'all have fun ya' hear!

 on: January 20, 2010, 01:41:31 PM 
Started by my2centsworth - Last post by my2centsworth
Like most folks in this country, I have a job. I work, they pay me. I pay my taxes and the government distributes my taxes as it sees fit. In order to get that paycheck in my case, I am required to pass a random urine test (with which I have no problem) What I do have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don't have to pass a urine test.

So, here is my Question: Shouldn't one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare check because I have to pass one to earn it for them?

Please understand, I have no problem with helping people get back on their feet. I do, on the other hand, have a problem with helping someone sitting on their rear end - doing drugs, while I work. . . Can you imagine how much money each state would save if people had to pass a urine test to get a public assistance check?

I guess we could title that program, 'Urine or You're Out'.

Pass this along.

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