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  • Some in a Texas county fear an Obama-led U.S. military invasion.

    The meeting drew more than 150 people carrying signs that read “No Gestapo in Bastropo,” “Keep America Free” and “Dissent is Not a Conspiracy Theory.” Some asked whether the Army was bringing in Islamic State fighters, if the United Nations would be involved, and whether the military was planning to relieve local gun owners of their firearms.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/nation...a61_story.html

    People and conspiracy theories. No matter what is going on someone has a conspiracy theory to go with it. I wonder if this was always the case or internet just allows loons and tin-foil hat types to communicate and network better.

    But if Obama does use Jade Helm to kick off martial law then you can come back and say "I told you so."

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    I read a book on a history conspiracy theories not so long ago. They've always been around and always been borderline retarded. It's just the internets lets idiots vent and get a bigger audience these days (cough Alex Jones cough)...

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    • #3
      The United States of Paranoia

      http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...asonmagazineA/

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      • #4
        Hahaha......Texas. Texas is like the Donald Trump of US States. Always telling the rest of the states about how awesome, special, bigger, richer, and rebellious it is than everyone else.

        Jade Helm is a funny one...considering it's training for folks whose founding (and continuing) mission set includes OVERTHROWING tyranny.

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        • #5
          If you don't have the abstract capacity to understand reality, it's easy to make up your own.

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          • #6
            Obama ordering an invasion of anything? Rather unlikely I would say, but what devious devices are these nasty NWO Red Lines he keeps unleashing? And why are these lines red? I sense a communist plot

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            • #7
              People that buy into conspiracy theories are one or more of the following;

              . People that are paranoid as fuck
              . People looking for attention and making a quick buck out of it
              . People who've been watching too many movies to the point it clouds the way how they view in the way the world works
              . People who are misinformed and rely either on SNS or the comments sections for 'real' news
              . People that are just plain batshit craz

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Scatter_88mil View Post
                People that buy into conspiracy theories are one or more of the following;

                . People that are paranoid as fuck
                . People looking for attention and making a quick buck out of it
                . People who've been watching too many movies to the point it clouds the way how they view in the way the world works
                . People who are misinformed and rely either on SNS or the comments sections for 'real' news
                . People that are just plain batshit craz
                I'd have to agree with that.

                The “vast right-wing conspiracy” is back. That was the phrase Hillary Clinton herself used to describe the villainous puppet masters behind theMonica Lewinsky scandal back in 1998. And now, her camp has decided to reanimate this ludicrous bogeyman from the days when pets.com was the talk of Wall Street to combat new allegations of Clintonian malfeasance — allegations the substance of which she and we don’t even yet know.
                http://nypost.com/2015/04/22/hillary...-counter-book/

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                • #9
                  Leave Texas alone. I see a bigger target.

                  http://invadecanada.us/

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                  • #10
                    Anyone that voted for Rick Perry in anything should be invaded.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by meatwad View Post
                      Anyone that voted for Rick Perry in anything should be invaded.
                      Love him or hate him he has unquestionably done a great job economically as Governor. I could use a more partisan source, but I chose the Washington Post. They actually give Perry credit for doing a great job. I can just imagine how painful it was for them to write something good about Perry.

                      http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...texas-miracle/

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by meatwad View Post
                        Anyone that voted for Rick Perry in anything should be invaded.
                        Don't you mean Abbot? Compared to him Perry seems like a swell guy.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by riderboy View Post
                          Love him or hate him he has unquestionably done a great job economically as Governor. I could use a more partisan source, but I chose the Washington Post. They actually give Perry credit for doing a great job. I can just imagine how painful it was for them to write something good about Perry.

                          http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...texas-miracle/
                          A neuroleptic hooked sloth could economically run Texas through easy smooth sailing weather. Even if you couldn't string together a proper sentence and ended up being a coke addicted cheer leader you could do it, which explains Bush, Perry and our own Mayor Ford of Toronto. It's like giving the current Saudi Royal family credit for oil reserves.

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                          • #14
                            politicians in this state are buncha dinks. perry, abbott, cruz.. all the like

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                            • #15
                              Yes, you're probably right. 14 years of pure luck. Hardly any economic problems in the US during that time.

                              As Perry likes to boast, nearly a third of the private-sector jobs created nationwide since January 2001 have been in the Lone Star State. "Our formula for success is simple," he told a chamber packed with Republicans who run the House and Senate. "Keep taxes low, implement smart regulations, provide an educated workforce and stop lawsuit abuse at the courthouse."
                              http://touch.latimes.com/#section/-1.../p2p-82576495/

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