July 21, 2019

Everyone Shits On Congress But Nobody Seems to Recognize Who Congress Is…Or Something

Congress “got something done!” Whooptie bison dung! I recall a United States Senator from Maine once saying that she was sent to Washington by the Maine people to “make laws and pass them.” It showed her ignorance along with her perception of her power OVER THE PEOPLE. Anyone would be a hero if they pledged to go to Washington and repeal ALL THE LAWS.

Congress has a dismal approval rating and a trustworthiness that’s probably in the negative numbers by now. It’s easy to disapprove of Congress and say terrible things about them. Even the brain dead, crooked members of the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House shit on “Congress” as though they were something foreign. But, it appears nobody knows who Congress really is. They must be invisible.

Remember when the Kabuki Theater of the campaign to elect (wink, wink) a candidate from each of the two PRIVATE PARTIES, democrats and republicans, began? All in the Democrat party were current or former members of Congress. Nearly all of the Republicans the same thing. Those “outsiders” have or soon became connected insiders.

Everyone shits on “Congress” because “they can’t get anything done.” Well, no more! The Patriot Retort claims that Congress really dug in and accomplished something really vital to the future of this nation – voted to make the American Bison the official National Mammal. “I look forward to hearing all of the ways making the bison the national mammal of the United States has impacted your life. I’m sure it’s significant.” 

Now the American people are united once again…well, not really. But that damned “Congress!” They can’t be trusted – none of them. But I think I really like someone like Hillary Clinton or Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders and John Kaisich to turn this country around. I know they can do it this time. GEE WHIZ!

Even these professional liars, with straight faces, stand before the public and shit on Congress, telling of their awful failures. And the people BELIEVE! Chase me off a cliff or something. That’s where everyone else is going and I don’t want to miss out.

This morning I received an email about all the “Muslim” things that have “suddenly” happened in this country since Barack Obama became president. While the email didn’t come right out and say that this all happened since the “Muslim” Obama became president, it was intended.

Presenting the sudden influx of everything Islam into the country as “something that never happened before” Obama, can we then expect that if Donald Trump is elected (wink, wink) president all national parks will be sold for the good of the taxpayers and they will be dotted with Trump Towers and golf courses? Naw! He’s an “outsider.” He’ll not be like them losers in Congress.

Congress is what Congress is told what to be. It’s time Americans learned this. But they won’t. Instead, they would prefer to believe what members of Congress tell them that Congress can’t get anything done. “IF YOU VOTE FOR ME I WILL GO TO WASHINGTON AND……” do the exact same thing I am now.

Time to go wallow in some bison dung! You’ll feel and smell better.

DontTellPeopleWhereHunt

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Exposing Hunting Hatred

*Editor’s Note* – Some may think the opinion piece linked to below is about Question One on the Maine ballot – a referendum about “clean” elections and transparency. But it really is not. It’s about furthering one’s specific agenda of hating on anything to do with hunting and trapping.

If Question One is worth anything, it can stand on its own as having a real need for campaign and election transparency. Yet, in the middle of the opinion piece, the author inserts the below paragraph, seemingly as an example of why changes need to be made in how money is raised to support campaigns.

I suppose when a person or group of persons hate anything and anyone enough, any excuse is a good reason to promote their cause regardless of relevance. This sort of trash needs to be exposed for what it is.

During the campaign for the bear referendum of 2014, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) located in Washington, D.C., was labeled as an out-of-state special interest group that manipulated a large number of unsuspecting Mainers into voting for the referendum. While it was reported in the news media that the spending for the campaign on both sides of the referendum was approximately equal; not much mention was made of the national and local hunting and sporting groups that campaigned against the referendum. It’s time to set the record straight.

Source: Who’s Paying for What or Whose Government Is It Anyway? | The View from Here

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Election Season: Time to Become a Different Person

As nauseating as it is, another election season has begun. Must it always be a continuous bombardment of lying, cheating, thieving, disgusting politicians telling us stuff that just isn’t even real? I’m not sure which is more disgusting – the lying idiots who want to be king at your life’s expense or the idiots who believe the filth they are being told.

This morning, as the morning dose of necessary lies was being foisted onto the drunken viewer audience (drunken in their own lust for mind controlled, non thinking games played with words of untruth) I heard repeated several times, by different people about different people how some political hopeful needs to create him or herself somewhere along the fake continuum, the fake division of right and left, if they have any hope of being elected. And we, the listener, unquestioningly agree or don’t know the difference.

If a candidate were to ever speak Truth, he would be called a liar. When a candidate deliberately lies and the media says he must do that to get elected, he then is telling the truth? And we blindly follow it?

Excuse me while I go puke.

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Marbut Will Be Independent Candidate For Montana House Seat

Dear MSSA Friends,

Two years ago, I ponied up to be the Republican candidate for the Montana House of Representatives in House District 99 (where I live), even though I knew it would be a long shot because it was about a 70% Democrat district. The election results were about what you’d expect for an R running in a 70% D district.

In this current election cycle, the redistricting commission has redrawn the district, as all Montana districts have been redrawn. Where I live used to be in HD 99; the district is now HD 94. It has gone from 70% D to about 55% D. The incumbent elected last time, liberal lady lawyer Kimberly Dudik, filed to run in HD 94. A Republican nobody had heard of filed to run against her.

Then, the Republican either withdrew or was taken off the ballot, depending on whose story you hear. In any case, that left a free ride for Dudik – nobody else on the ballot in November.

Some people contacted me to seek my permission for them to collect signatures on petitions to place me on the November ballot as an Independent candidate. I agreed to allow that, but warned them that I would probably not have the time and energy (too busy; too many birthdays) to run as aggressive a campaign as I did last time.

The signatures were collected and verified by the Missoula County Elections Office and the Secretary of State. I’ve submitted the necessary paperwork and filing fee to the Secretary of State, and required initial forms to the Commissioner of Political Practices.

The Secretary of State’s office called me late this afternoon to inform me that all the “i”s were dotted and “t”s crossed and I WILL be on the ballot for HD 94 this November as an Independent candidate for HD 94. (My mother as said that I need to have my head examined. She may be right.)

Sooner or later, voters and the media will ask why I’m running as an Independent candidate. My answer will be that in my long political experience I’ve seen far too many examples of where the existing major political parties put the welfare of the party ahead of the welfare of the people. For example, I saw that when I ran as a Democrat in the early 1980s and the Democrat party informed me that if I was elected I’d be expected to vote in the Legislature how the Party told me to vote. We agreed to disagree and the next week all of my campaign signs were destroyed. I saw that when I was a delegate to the Montana Republican presidential nominating convention and the Republican insiders enforced a very unfair process to make sure candidate Ron Paul was shut out and did not get Montana delegates to the national nominating convention.

My chief interest is individual liberty, not the welfare or power of political parties.

I think an Independent candidate will play well in HD 94 in November. The Republican voters won’t vote for a Dem, so they’ll vote for me. By November, the unaligned voters, and even many traditional Democrats, should be sick of Obama and the Democrat Party. They’ll be glad to see an independent on the ballot. We’ll see. It should be interesting.

So, there you have it. I’ll get back to you when the dust settles from the Primary about fundraising for the campaign, and what you can do to help. (For any of you absolutely champing at the bit to donate [campaigns cost money], I’ll include some info below.)

Best wishes,

Gary Marbut, President
Montana Shooting Sports Association
http://www.mtssa.org
Author, Gun Laws of Montana
http://www.MTPublish.com

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I have opened a campaign account. If you’re eager to get in on this, you could send a check made payable to “Marbut for House”, and mailed to:

Gary Marbut
P.O. Box 16106
Missoula, Montana 59808

The max any individual may contribute is $170. A husband and wife may contribute $170 each, but it should be in two checks, just to keep it clean.

No checks drawn on the account of a corporation, please. Business checks are okay, as long as the business is not a corporation.

For any checks of $35 or more, I am obligated to report the Name, Address, Occupation and Employer of the donor to the Commissioner of Political Practices. If your name and address are on your check and your donation is $35 or more, please also write your occupation and employer in the Memo line or an included piece of paper.

Thanks!!

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Montana Shooting Sports Association Political Activity

Dear MSSA Friends,

MSSA has a separate “Political Committee,” an entity designed to be able to legally receive money according to federal and state laws and rules, money that may then be used to support or oppose candidates or ballot issues.

You will be interested to know that the MSSA Political Committee yesterday sent 19,000 postcards to registered voters in 18 Montana legislative districts in support of candidates that MSSA has endorsed for the upcoming Primary Election. If we can get these ardently pro-gun candidates elected, we’ll have an improved chance of getting pro-gun legislation through the 2015 Montana Legislature.

This involvement in elections is VERY IMPORTANT. It lets candidates and legislators know that MSSA is a serious player in the political arena. Because if this, we get much more traction in Helena than we would if we were not active in elections, evaluating, endorsing, and supporting candidates actively.

You won’t be surprised that we ran our MSSA Political Committee bank account down to near zero sending out these 19,000 postcards.

So, we’d love to have donations from you to MSSA PC to help rebuild this account for the November General Election. If you can help, you may mail a check to:

MSSA PC
P.O. Box 4924
Missoula, Montana 59806

Your check should be made payable to MSSA PC.

There are some rules:

No corporate checks: Although lawsuits have changed this landscape, we prefer no checks drawn on the account of a corporation. Personal checks please.

No limits; reporting info: There is no limit to the size of the check you are allowed to write, ALTHOUGH if it is $35 or more, we MUST report your Name, Address, Occupation and Employer. If your name and mail address is on your check, you can just write your occupation and employer in the memo blank.

Remember, MSSA is the most successful such entity in the U.S., and therefore probably in the World (they don’t have gun rights organizations at all in most countries). Since MSSA’s founding, we’ve now gotten 64 pro-gun and pro-hunting bills enacted into Montana law. For us to continue this level of success, we need your support for MSSA PC.

Thanks loads for whatever you can do.

Best wishes,

Gary Marbut, President
Montana Shooting Sports Association
http://www.mtssa.org
Author, Gun Laws of Montana
http://www.MTPublish.com

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Government Needs to Regulate and Control Internet More

Hidden behind some cloud of fair elections nonsense, the FEC (Federal Election Commission) is saying the Internet and specifically sites like “Drudge” need to be regulated in order that no Internet media outlet can favor one candidate over another.

Non thinking Americans, the majority, probably think this is a good idea. After all, fair is a four letter word that means about the same as the other four letter word.

The fear here is that the FEC, i.e. the media…i.e. CIA/CFR….i.e. Black Pope, cannot run the risk that an overpowering and under regulated Internet would expose and/or disrupt their corrupt election and campaign dog and pony shows in which they have successfully convinced the brain dead, non thinking Americans that our election process is “fair” (damn, there’s that word again) and honest.

It is the Council on Foreign Relations who decides who will be president and what you and I think about that matters little. The media orchestrates the entire campaign, under the direction of the CFR and CIA. I believe that the FEC (wink), the media (wink, wink), the CFR (wink, wink, wink) and CIA (wink, wink, wink, wink) have had a few too many “interesting” things happen via the utilization of a powerful and instantaneous, relatively free (by today’s standards) Internet. They simply cannot run the risk of not being able to place their puppet in the White House. Therefore, the need for more Internet regulation.

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