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Obama to Arizona: Drop Dead



The Signers would praise North Dakota today

Obama has clearly gone too far. A great American general warned us about this:

I find in existence a….dangerous concept that the members of the armed forces owe their primary allegiance and loyalty to those who temporarily exercise the authority of the executive branch of government, rather than the country and its Constitution they swore to defend. No proposition could be more dangerous.

General of the Army Douglas MacArthur said that in 1951. In that year, President Harry Truman dismissed him from Korea. But General MacArthur was more right than he knew.

It is beyond the pale for the Department of Homeland Security to announce blatantly they will suspend all cooperation between the Immigration and Customs Enforcement service and local sheriffs and police chiefs in Arizona. Never before in American history has any Administration ignored statutory law and the supreme law of the land, the Constitution. The tyrant occupying the Oval Office and his administration arrogance reach a point of treason.

A Call to Action

What would GA Douglas MacArthur say of or two Obama?

General of the Army Douglas MacArthur smoking his corncob pipe, probably at Manila, Philippine Islands, 2 August 1945. Photo: Army Signal Corps (photographer uncredited).

Obviously, no one told the two-bit Marxist usurper illegally occupying the oval office that the sovereign States created the federal government, not the other way around. (Mr. Justice Antonin Scalia came close.) Though it may come as a shock to this Marxist administration, we are still a Republic. Have you read the Constitution? Your powers are few and limited! But your responsibility is clear:

take care that the laws be faithfully executed.

If we are to preserve this Republic every Governor regardless of political party must immediately join as a single body. Let this unlawful tyrannical Administration know we will no longer adhere to any federal mandate that violates State rights! Hereafter, as sovereign States we will enforce any and all established law by the State, as is our right. A review of Amendment 10 is in order.

If this corrupt administration continues to defy the supreme law of this land, and the Supreme Court’s decisions, every State must/will recall all National Guard Units from active service to return home to protect the sovereignty of their State and there citizens. (Remember the Civil War)?


By law, the conflicts which they are deployed in are illegal. Congress has never declared war. Secondly, if necessary each State will deploy their forces within their own borders and will arrest and incarcerate illegal aliens, and any federal agent that tries to infringe on the rights of their sovereign state.

No one could have said it better than Sheriff Joe Arpaio:

I’m not stopping anything. I’m going to continue to enforce those state laws regardless of what the federal government is trying to put pressure on me to satisfy all these activist…So, I’m not going to bend to federal government, especially when we still have state laws to enforce.

Just a suggestion, Sheriff Joe, and any other Sheriff reading this article: why not deputize every citizen willing to take the oath? (You formed your Cold Case Posse by that method.) As sheriff you have the power and right. Especially since your State, like all others, is under siege. Illegals are overrunning it, and stealing taxpayer monies on entitlements they are not entitled too, since they are here illegally. Screw the bleeding heart liberals!

Hear this, Mr. Obama!

Mr. Obama, you can come at Sheriff Joe, you may have silenced Andrew Breitbart, and your goons will continue to attack Cmdr. Fitzpatrick of Tennessee) who exposed your treason. No one can ever silence true Americans. Nor will we live under any two-bit dictator. Your totalitarian garbage might work in Kenya, but not in the United States. For every one of us you silence, ten more will take our place.

Be in their faces.

Your words, not ours. And that’s exactly where we’ll be – day and night, in your face!


Thus Always to Tyrants

The means of defense against foreign danger historically have become the instruments of tyranny at home. – James Madison

We are a peaceable people that can be pushed just so far. (See the Declaration of Independence.) Be put on notice, we are all aware you are preparing to start martial law if you believe you will lose the election. Sir, that would be a mistake. Your Administration has already violated the Posse Comitatus Act. Does Salem ring a bell? Instead of disciplinary action for General Dempsey’s violation, you promoted him to head the Joint Chiefs of Staff. By the way, why are Federal Troops holding military exercises in the streets of Cincinnati? Why are Russian Troops training with our troops in sensitive areas in Utah and Denver, Colorado. that house NSA and CIA facilities?

Fleet Admiral Yamamoto had a warning for Obama, too, though he never knew it.

Yamamoto Isoroku, Naval Marshal General. Photo: Papers of Takagi Kiyohisa, #118 (高木清寿関係文書 118), National Diet Library, Tokyo, Japan.

Another thing: in the United States we have a 365 day open season on Blue Helmets if they ever enter the property of a US citizen carrying firearms. I remind you of the words of Japanese Naval Marshal General Isoroku Yamamoto:

You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a gun behind every blade of grass.

Sir, you are not King. We hereby put you on notice. Your actions over the last three-and-half years have reached the level of high crimes and misdemeanors, as well as treason.

You took an oath to uphold the Constitution. You repeatedly violate that oath. You haven’t even proved to the American people that you are a citizen of the United States, whether per Article I or Article II or even Amendment 14. No birth certificate exists at any Board (or Division) of Elections in any State in the Union. Your only claim is a proved forgery posted on the White House web site. Your Selective Service document is also a forgery. You have more social security numbers than human fingers. (Speaking of fingers—oh, never mind.)


Let every American that has a relative or friend serving in the Armed Services remind them: You took an oath to the US Constitution, not any president or legislative body. You must never obey any order that would violate the rights of any American regardless of what anyone might tell you. Whenever Obama speaks, we know he’s lying. His new alias is Obama-been-lying. God bless all our servicemen and women, and God Bless America

I have two words for you Obama, and there not Happy Birthday.


The Eagle


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“you may have silenced Andrew Breitbart”

Careful Nicholas, Terry doesn’t allow libelous comments on his blog.

Of course, if Arizona doesn’t like playing to the rules of the rest of the country (not to mention common decency, they can always secede. I’m sure the rest of the Union will happily wave goodbye to that unproductive State, which – along with the rest of the red south – sucks up more federal aid dollars than the rest of the country.

Terry A. Hurlbut

I have seen other evidence suggesting that Andrew Breitbart died from an act of murder.


Sure you have. I put it to you that you have not personally seen anything. All you are doing is regurgitation more clap trap from the ultra rabid right.

And once again – if you have evidence that Obama had Breitbart murdered and you are withholding that evidence, then that is also a crime, yes?


Terry, why do you always have to indulge in insinuation, gossip and innuendo? If you have real evidence of a murder – as opposed to the usual collections of misunderstood nonsense that passes for evidence in your mind – you have a duty to report it. In fact, isn’t it a crime in your country to withhold such information?

In other words, go to the proper authorities with your “evidence” or stop posting rubbish.


So if I’m reading this right, we have:

A call for all members of the armed services to prepare to use force in rebellion against the Federal government elected by the people of all 50 states.


A call for armed civilians to be deputized and prepared to resist with armed force any action by the Federal government they regard as an infringement on their State’s sovereign rights.

Sounds less like “civil disobedience” and more like the Whiskey Rebellion. And lest the nation fall into complete anarchy or a patchwork of 50 balkanized mini-nations, who, Mr. Purpura, are you suggesting shall lead the rebellion against the so-called Tyrants oppressing the rights of states. Who are you looking for to preserve a union the way you want it preserved? Who is your Jefferson Davis, your Robert E. Lee?

I’m sincerely interested in your response, because people so focused on taking something apart to accomplish an agenda seldom have plans for how to put it back together in any way that’s a meaningful improvement. Iraq, anyone?

Your quote from MacArthur reminds me of another mid-twentieth century speech on States Rights. The words can be used in part or whole to echo any number of essays posted on CNaV:

“As Governor and Chief Magistrate of the State … I deem it to be my solemn obligation and duty to stand before you representing the rights and sovereignty of this State and its peoples.

The unwelcomed, unwanted, unwarranted and force-induced intrusion … today of the might of the Central Government offers frightful example of the oppression of the rights, privileges and sovereignty of this State by officers of the Federal Government. This intrusion results solely from force, or threat of force, undignified by any reasonable application of the principle of law, reason and justice. It is important that the people of this State and nation understand that this action is in violation of rights reserved to the State by the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State … While some few may applaud these acts, millions of Americans will gaze in sorrow upon the situation existing at this great institution of learning.

Only the Congress makes the law of the United States. To this date no statutory authority can be cited to the people of this Country which authorizes the Central Government to ignore the sovereignty of this State in an attempt to subordinate the rights of … and millions of Americans. There has been no legislative action by Congress justifying this intrusion.

When the Constitution of the United States was enacted, a government was formed upon the premise that people, as individuals are endowed with the rights of life, liberty, and property, and with the right of self-government. The people and their local self-governments formed a Central Government and conferred upon it certain stated and limited powers. All other powers were reserved to the states and to the people.

Strong local government is the foundation of our system and must be continually guarded and maintained. The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads as follows:
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.”
This amendment sustains the right of self-government and grants the State … the right to enforce its laws and regulate its internal affairs.

This nation was never meant to be a unit of one. . . . . . . but a united [sic] of the many . . . . . this is the exact reason our freedom loving forefathers established the states, so as to divide the rights and powers among the states, insuring that no central power could gain master government control.

There can be no submission to the theory that the Central Government is anything but a servant of the people. We are a God-fearing people – not government-fearing people. We practice today the free heritage bequeathed to us by the Founding Fathers.

I stand here today, as Governor of this sovereign State, and refuse to willingly submit to illegal usurpation of power by the Central Government. I claim today for all the people of the State … those rights reserved to them under the Constitution of the United States. Among those powers so reserved and claimed is the right of state authority in the operation … My action does not constitute disobedience to legislative and constitutional provisions. It is not defiance – for defiance sake, but for the purpose of raising basic and fundamental constitutional questions. My action is raising a call for strict adherence to the Constitution of the United States as it was written – for a cessation of usurpation and abuses. My action seeks to avoid having state sovereignty sacrificed on the altar of political expediency.

Further, as the Governor of the State …, I hold the supreme executive power of this State, and it is my duty to see that the laws are faithfully executed. The illegal and unwarranted actions of the Central Government on this day, contrary to the laws, customs and traditions of this State is calculated to disturb the peace.

I stand before you here today in place of thousands … whose presence would have confronted you had I been derelict and neglected to fulfill the responsibilities of my office. It is the right of every citizen, however humble he may be, through his chosen officials of representative government to stand courageously against whatever he believes to be the exercise of power beyond the Constitutional rights conferred upon our Federal Government. It is this right which I assert for the people … by my presence here today.

Again I state – this is the exercise of the heritage of the freedom and liberty under the law – coupled with responsible government.

Now, therefore, in consideration of the premises, and in my official capacity as Governor …, I do hereby make the following solemn proclamation:

WHEREAS, the Constitution of [the State] vests the supreme executive powers of the State in the Governor as the Chief Magistrate, and said Constitution requires of the Governor that he take care that the laws be faithfully executed; and,

WHEREAS, the Constitution of the United States, Amendment 10, reserves to the States respectively or to the people, those powers not delegated to the United States; and,

WHEREAS, the operation of [a state-administered system] is a power reserved to the State …under the Constitution of the United States and Amendment 10 thereof; and,

WHEREAS, it is the duty of the Governor of the State … to preserve the peace under the circumstances now existing, which power is one reserved to the State … and the people thereof under the Constitution of the United States and Amendment 10 thereof.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, …, as Governor of the State …, have by my action raised issues between the Central Government and the Sovereign State …, which said issues should be adjudicated in the manner prescribed by the Constitution of the United States; and now being mindful of my duties and responsibilities under the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State …, and seeking to preserve and maintain the peace and dignity of this State, and the individual freedoms of the citizens thereof, do hereby denounce and forbid this illegal and unwarranted action by the Central Government.

Note that this was Governor George Wallace in 1963, in a proclamation defying the Federal government’s unwarranted intrusion into the State’s “right” to segregate. Since this power wasn’t exclusively granted to the Federal government by the Constitution, he claimed the right to resist Federal law & authority, both with civil disobedience and by force if necessary.

In a “Nicholas Purpura world”, would Wallace or the local sheriffs & deputies have been wrong to use force to resist the Federal actions? Should the National Guard troops defied their orders and turned on their chain of command rather than fulfill orders that supposedly undermined the Constitution instead of defending it?

Talk is easy, Mr. Purpura, but actions have consequences.


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