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TEXAS TO UNITED NATIONS, "KEEP OUT OF TEXAS... OR GO TO JAIL!"

Old Salt 2012/10/24 20:39:18
YES.... DONT MESS WITH TEXAS!!!
TEXAS SUCKS, THE UNITED NATIONS HAS AUTHORITY GIVEN BY THE PRESIDENT!
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When you travel into Texas... whether you come from the North, East or West... you will immediately see two different signs! One.... Welcome to Texas; The second.... "Don't MESS WITH TEXAS!" Which is exactly what Texas Attorney General, Greg Abbot just WARNED the United Nations!

Last month, liberal organizations of the ACLU and NAACP sent a request to the United Nations group, Organization for Security and Cooperatiotn in Europe (OSCE). requesting them to provide monitoring of voting activities in various states! Of course, this was to focus on conservative groups at polling places in several states this November. One of those states is TEXAS!

Well, today, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott did not seem to happy with the President or the United Nations for thinking they can "Waltz Across Texas" with ideas of interfering with it's Texas Voters! In a harsh and pointed letter, Attorney Abbot wrote, “The OSCE may be entitled to its opinions about Voter ID laws, but your opinion is legally irrelevant in the United States, where the Supreme Court has already determined that Voter ID laws are constitutional.” He then went on to advice United Nations people.... "You are Free to visit the State of Texas, but ONLY as tourist and NOT as "Poll Watchers!" Finally WARNING them in his letter, “We will consider it a criminal offense for OSCE’s representatives to maintain a presence within 100 feet of a polling place’s entrance. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in the arrest of OSCE’s representatives and subject to the charge of criminal prosecution for violating Texas state law.”

What say you Soda Head Member.... Should TEXAS allow Foreigners of the United Nations on their soil to secure the request of the ACLU or NAACP?


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  • mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/10/30 11:32:08
  • A Lionheart 2012/10/30 06:38:45
    TEXAS SUCKS, THE UNITED NATIONS HAS AUTHORITY GIVEN BY THE PRESIDENT!
    A Lionheart
    +1
    We are part of a world wide community, deal with it.
  • doc moto 2012/10/30 04:05:06
    YES.... DONT MESS WITH TEXAS!!!
    doc moto
    +1
    UN is anti-American; worst then Leftest Liberals and negative Progressives! Like puss out of a fessed wound!
  • conservyT 2012/10/29 23:12:02
    YES.... DONT MESS WITH TEXAS!!!
    conservyT
    +2
    We are currently Stationed in Texas and I'm LOVING IT!!!

    Who knows, when my husband retires from the US Army this might just become home...
  • American 2012/10/29 13:41:08
    TEXAS SUCKS, THE UNITED NATIONS HAS AUTHORITY GIVEN BY THE PRESIDENT!
    American
    +1
    If there are conservative polling groups allowed to be present in polling places then there should be monitoring of their actions and of their purpose for being there. What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. The poll watchers are not asked to come to interfere with Texas voters they were asked to come to insure that no one interferes with Texas voters including conservative poll watchers and the neanderthal masquerading as Texas Attorney General.
  • Old Salt American 2012/10/30 01:42:45
  • American Old Salt 2012/10/31 14:36:41 (edited)
    American
    +1
    That you were allowed to serve as a "poll watcher!" speaks volumes for just why there should be monitoring of actions and purposes of conservative polling groups aka voter suppression groups. We need OSCE to ensure that people like you don't interfere with the voting process of minorities and a hot line to Austin to the neanderthal posing as Attorney General who is just as biased as you are is not an unbiased solution to that possibility of a problem. OSCE will not be there to tell you the rules,you should already know them. They will be there to ensure that you follow the rules. What is the problem with that unless Texas has something to hide or something Texas doesn't want them to see?
  • Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪ 2012/10/29 13:00:56
    YES.... DONT MESS WITH TEXAS!!!
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    +3
    Unconstitutional BS from an unconstitutional president and so called civil rights groups.
  • askmike Kat ♪ ~... 2012/10/29 18:25:53
    askmike
    Wow. Imagine that. The Attorney General in Texas permitted OSCE to observe the 2008 election in San Antonio. Yep, Greg Abbott. Yep, San Antonio is in Texas. I cannot imagine why the Attorney General in Texas would violate the Constitution. He needs to be taken to court. The OSCE has its roots from the formation of the Conference for Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) in December, 1975. In 1994 the organization had grown and it changed its name to Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). It now has headquarters in Vienna. The UN has admitted OSCE as an observer member, and that long list of observer members includes African Union, Caribbiean Community, Interpol, The Vatican, International Criminal Court, European Union, International Olympics, and dozens of other organizations that are invited to attend meetings but have no membership in the UN.
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/29 18:39:11
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    +1
    We don't need them, states can refuse them, they are in bed with the UN. If he invited them in '08 that was different, they were invited by the state , why don't you get over yourself?
  • askmike Kat ♪ ~... 2012/10/29 18:48:06
    askmike
    Get over myself? States cannot refuse them. The American Red Cross is in bed with the UN. So is the Vatican, The European Union, The United States. You claim Unconstitutional when the mood fits you? Get a grip. And please educate the world how your Unconstitutional claim is valid.
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/29 18:50:44
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    +1
    Please educate yourself on a great many things including the constitution.
  • askmike Kat ♪ ~... 2012/10/29 19:09:45
    askmike
    My. Your refusal to answer the question about how you determined the presence of observers at American elections means you admit you have no basis for that claim and that you are nothing but an empty bag of hot air. I appreciate it that you admit it.
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/29 18:51:21
  • askmike Kat ♪ ~... 2012/10/29 19:11:18
    askmike
    When you post this second copy of a graphic you have shown that you have no ability to conduct a sensible dialog. I pity you for your ignorance and I pity the fact you have shown yourself to be a fool.
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/30 01:55:55
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    I do sensible dialog, just not with non-sensible people.
  • ronbo 2012/10/28 01:29:09
    YES.... DONT MESS WITH TEXAS!!!
    ronbo
    +3
    I,m enjoying this.
  • Jeff 2012/10/27 23:58:19 (edited)
    YES.... DONT MESS WITH TEXAS!!!
    Jeff
    +2
    Let the UN come right on in. Then watch, monitor, and record their every move, breath, phone, internet and electronic interaction they make, by any means the Texans choose, including by not limited to, airplane and helicopter surveillance and TSA-style x-rays and body searches. If they are even suspected of getting too close to the polls or wrong doing, do not arrest them, just incarcerate them indefinitely with no trial.

    Sound somewhat familiar? This comes from the National Defense Authorization Act bill that Obama signed.
    I love Texas
  • askmike Jeff 2012/10/28 14:47:17
    askmike
    That is knee-slapping funny. You are ignoring OSCE, which is the organization that has been invited to monitor US elections, and you are tilting at the windmill of the UN. What a laugh!
  • Lucy askmike 2012/10/28 23:05:20
    Lucy
    +3
    Okay, then. I want the OSCE people to be banned from overseeing our elections, we have our own.
  • askmike Lucy 2012/10/28 23:55:43
    askmike
    Fortunately, your preference is not taken into consideration by those who invited the OSCE to observe American elections.
  • Lucy askmike 2012/10/29 00:37:06
    Lucy
    +3
    And who might they be? Who decided this would happen? Just another sneaky piece of work someone tried to get past the American people.
  • askmike Lucy 2012/10/29 01:17:43
    askmike
    I'm sorry. I thought you knew how to read. There are organizations that requested OSCE to observe election procedures in some regions of the US. From your attitude, I would say that you have knowledge of the balloting procedures in your area, and your opposition to having neutral observers at your polls indicates you fear they are going to find irregularities. Any state attorney general who is worried that observers will find irregularities in his state's voting procedures is, by is actions, suggesting the observers will uncover violations of law. Otherwise, why object to being observed.
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/29 13:02:40
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    +2
    So called civil rights groups don't have that authority, neither does Obama.
  • askmike Kat ♪ ~... 2012/10/29 13:39:57
    askmike
    +1
    OK. I bite. What changed since 2008 when OSCE observed federal elections in San Antonio, Texas? That was with the approval of the State of Texas Attorney General. With the exception of Texas, which is trying very hard to hide irregularities, states welcome observers at their elections. Now, for the hard part. Cite the statutes that legally prevent observers at the Texas elections. Keep in mind that President Obama has not played a role in the issue despite your hilarious claim.
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/29 13:47:28
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    +1
    If they were there with the approval of TX Attorney General that's a major difference, The UN wouldn't do anything here without Obamas approval, they're in bed together and want him to win. You are the hilarious one.
  • askmike Kat ♪ ~... 2012/10/29 13:54:10
    askmike
    Wow. The UN? At what grade did you drop out of school? The organization's initials are OSCE. You are tilting at the UN. Why don't you tilt at the Oakland Raiders or the LA Lakers as well. The Raiders and the Lakers are not going to be observing elections, and neither is the UN. You are knee-slapping funny!
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/29 13:57:20
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    +3
    I didn't drop out and OSCE is UN affiliated. You want to keep saying crap and hope it sticks? not making it. You aren't amusing at all trolli.


    The group, from the U.N.-affiliated Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) has said it intends to send observers from countries such as Albania, Estonia, Russia, Slovenia and Turkey.

    Might try some reading comprehension classes.
  • askmike Kat ♪ ~... 2012/10/29 14:05:00
    askmike
    Ignorance becomes you. Being affiliated is not being a part. The American Red Cross is affiliated with the UN but the American Red Cross is not a part of the UN. The San Francisco Giants are affiliated with Major League Baseball and they just defeated the New York Yankees in the World Series according to your logic.
  • Kat ♪ ~... askmike 2012/10/29 14:06:48
    Kat ♪ ~BTO-t-BCRA-F~ ♪
    +1
    Right, keep telling yourself that. You are the only one that believes it. You are the truly ignorant one, you won't see the truth. Goodbye puppet.
  • Lucy askmike 2012/10/29 16:21:20
    Lucy
    What? The SF Giants are part of Major League Baseball.
  • askmike Lucy 2012/10/29 17:16:12
    askmike
    +1
    Bravo. The Giants beat the Yankees for the World Series Championship in 2012.
  • Lucy askmike 2012/11/02 01:06:10
    Lucy
    Thank you.
  • Lucy askmike 2012/10/29 16:19:54
    Lucy
    +2
    I never knew there were OSCE observers at any of our elections or I would have objected.
  • Lucy askmike 2012/10/29 16:19:07
    Lucy
    +2
    I do not object to observers. American elections have board of election rules and observers. I strongly object to foreign observers. Why would we need them?
  • askmike Lucy 2012/10/29 17:17:13
    askmike
    You need them because you are attempting to hide something. States that are not afraid of observers welcome them.
  • Lucy askmike 2012/11/02 01:05:34
    Lucy
    We do not need foreign observers; we have plenty of honest American observers.
  • askmike Lucy 2012/11/02 14:21:08
    askmike
    It appears you are afraid of being detected doing something illegal.
  • Lucy askmike 2012/11/03 00:39:53
    Lucy
    How many times do I have to say that I do not mind American observers of an election, but not foreign ones. I resent the idea of a person from another nation would come in here as if we have corrupt elections.
  • askmike Lucy 2012/11/03 01:33:37
    askmike
    You are showing signs that you are hiding something.
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