The Sixties Radical- Big Soda is now Public Enemy Number One

This crap never ends. The evil Obama and his drones now want to tax soda pop. Yes, that’s right, now soda is a drug that needs to be taxed. When will the shit end? NEVER! That’s right I said it. Once a centralized planning government gets its hands on our freedom they will never let go.

This is all traced to when we kicked the God of the Bible, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and Jesus Christ outta here in 1963. Thank you Warren Court for doing this dirty deed. Yes, I know this sounds like and is a broken record but the truth is the truth.

We as a nation have brought this on ourselves when we elected these statists to run our government.

The seeds of our destruction were sown beginning in 1828 and ran through 1943. Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and FDR accelerated this process however when Obama was elected in 2008 we are now on fast track hell.

Many folks have a hard time wrapping their heads around this very simple idea. The evil Obama is doing this on purpose. Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, and myself have been toting this since 2007.

Obama wants to make this country into his image. An image of a racially divided country, class hatred, and lawlessness. This is the new norm for the evil Obama. Once this transformation is completed we will become a Godless society run by a centralized government. We will become a Marxist hellhole.

Look around and you will see this happening now. This is what happens to a society that decides that government and man is the God of the land instead of the God of the Bible.

www.cnsnews has this story on their website front and center.

Kendra Alleyne wrote this piece.

The pull quotes from the story.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.) said on Wednesday that Congress ought to look at imposing a federal tax on soda pop.

“We have to address the situation in the marketplace,” DeLauro said at a press conference on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. “Right now, the least expensive beverages are often those with the least value to our health like regular cola or juice drinks that are only 10 percent juice.

“But I will tell you that if you’re paying $3.49 for juice and 79 cents for soda, if you are in a low-income family and you have to stretch the dollar, you don’t need a rocket scientist to tell you what you’re going to buy,” DeLauro said. “You’re going to go for the 79 cents.

Look you moron DeLauro this is none of your damn business what people buy and how they spend their money you idiot. Yet many on the Left and the Statists will champion this idea.

Look folks our God given rights are under attack in the name of this bogus idea that government is protecting us from the evil soda companies and helping the poor.

This bullshit has to stop.

Individual freedom, freedom of choice, personal responsibility, private property rights, and all of our God given freedoms are now dirty words.

These evil people have set in motion the seeds of our destruction under the false pretense of protecting us from ourselves. This is what happens when the God of the Bible, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and Jesus Christ are kicked to the curb for good.

We are now hanging by a thin thread. Our very existence is in jeopardy. This thread is barely hanging on. The rulings of the Chief Moron of the Supreme Court John Roberts have given our government total control over us all.

We have to defeat the evil Obama, the Democrat Socialist Party, and the statists in the Republican Party to have chance to change our course. Once this happens then the heavy lifting begins. Once this is accomplished we need to get back to our Judeo Christian roots. If this doesn’t happen this election will go for naught.

Here are some more of the Jewish Americans who helped us fight for our freedom and shape the direction and scope of this great country of ours.

Abraham Cohen. –

Cohn, one of the many Jews who fought for the Union (some 2-3,000 Jews fought for the South), won the Congressional Medal of Honor for valor above and beyond the call of duty at the Battle of the Wilderness and the Battle of the Crater in 1864. He was born in Silesia, Germany in 1832. In 1860, he came to the United States and enlisted in the army, first in the Sixty-Eighth Regiment of New York and later the Sixth Regiment of New Hampshire. At the Battle of the Wilderness, he rallied and reformed the disorganized fleeing troops from several regiments and established a new line of defense that held its ground. At the battle of Petersburg, Virginia, (the Battle of the Crater) on July 30, 1864, he bravely and coolly carried orders to the advanced Union line under severe fire from the Confederate troops. While in the Sixty-Eighth Regiment of New York he rose to the rank of Captain. After the close of the war Captain Cohn settled in New York and began a successful business career. He married and was the father of eight children. Cohn died in New York City on June 2, 1897 and is buried in the Cypress Hills Cemetery, New York.

Aaron Lopez.

Aaron Lopez, known as “The Merchant-Prince of Newport”, was the most successful of Newport’s merchants and traders and was one of the founding benefactors of Touro Synagogue. Lopez, born to a well-to-do Converso family, was named Duarte [Edward] Lopez at his birth in Portugal in 1731. While in Portugal, Lopez married Anna Lopez and had a baby daughter Catherine before deciding to leave for a new, openly Jewish life in British North America. He joined his older brother Moses in Newport, Rhode Island.

Upon arrival in Newport, Duarte, Anna and their daughter Catherine reverted to Judaism and changed their names to Aaron, Abigail and Sarah, respectively. With the help of his brother Moses, Aaron set himself up in business. He participated with Jacob Rodriguez de Rivera in the manufacture and sale of spermaceti [whale oil] candles. By 1760 his business activities had grown to include whaling and a few ventures in the slave trade, as well his main traffic in the export of Newport manufactures such as furniture, axes, plank and board, flour, barrel staves and salt fish.

As an English crown colony, trade from Rhode Island to the mother country was a privilage restricted to citizens. In 1761 Lopez, along with his friend and business partner Isaac Elizer, sought naturalization in Rhode Island in order to be able to trade freely with Britain. However, the both men were refused by the colony’s courts and legislature primarily because they were Jewish. To circumvent the ruling, Lopez set up residence in Swansey, Massachusetts, and was finally naturalized at Taunton, Massachusetts in October 1762, where naturalization of Jews was allowed. Elizer was naturalized in New York a year later. The Rhode Island authorities accepted the naturalizations from the sister colonies.

Following the death of his wife Abigail in 1762, Lopez married Sarah Rodriguez de Rivera, the daughter of his business partner, Jacob Rodriguez de Rivera.

The American fight for Independence brought significant economic upheaval to Newport merchants, Lopez included. One of his ships, the Hope was seized by privateers as it traveled between Newport and Jamaica, and in 1780, Lopez petitioned the Continental Congress for protection and restitution, which was granted; however, it is doubtful that any damages were ever paid1.

Fairly early in the war the British had taken and occupied Newport. In 1778, Lopez evacuated his family to Leicester, Massachusetts, where he set up a retail shop and a modest commodities trade via overland routes through Salem, Boston and Providence. Over the course of the next four years, he became a key supplier to the American forces, providing such necessities as flour and leather breeches.

In 1782, while on the way to Newport with his family, Aaron Lopez accidentally drowned when thrown by his horse into Scott’s pond in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Lopez and his first wife Abigail are buried in The Colonial Jewish Burying Ground in Newport, Rhode Island.

You’ll never find these men written about in any of the schools books used in American History classes.

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