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Birch Society Nazi John McManus “Optimistic” on Fox’s “Freedom Watch”

Alex Constantine - July 19, 2009

Note the John Birch Society's enduring embrace of Ron Paul - anyone on the left who fell for Paul's rhetoric in the past electoral round needs to admit complete ignorance, stop lecturing anyone, start from scratch, realize that democracy is not about speeches (Hitler made popular speeches, too, so don't listen to what they say, watch what they do), learn something about fascist poseurs adopting anti-establishment positions to gain a foothold in high office, stop taking pride in knowing anything about politics, wear a "dupe" pin and go to work for the circle-jerk national socialists at the Birch Society. If I have any "followers" who supported Ron Paul for president, I cordially invite them to fall off my sidebar and kindly drop into the seventh circle of Hell where dupes of crypto-fascism congregate to scare each other with histrionics over the evils of the Federal Reserve, collectivism, dialecticism, the dreaded "Illuminati," socialized medicine, and while away the day with brown-skin scapegoating. Please don't come back.

Tink you belly mooch,
- AC

JBS Brings Optimism to Fox’s “Freedom Watch”
By Thomas R. Eddlem
01 July 2009

mcmanus 001 - Birch Society Nazi John McManus "Optimistic" on Fox's "Freedom Watch"John Birch Society President John F. McManus brought a level of optimism to the freedom fight when he told the Fox News Network’s Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano July 1 that restoring freedom through pressure on the U.S. House of Representatives is “doable.”

The exchange happened on “Freedom Watch,” an Internet program broadcast from FoxNews.com. It features former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano as a host who interviews significant persons in the freedom movement every Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time.

The line of conversation opened up when Judge Napolitano mused: “Wouldn’t it be great to have a Ron Paul-like person on the ballot everywhere across the country?” The conversation revolved around how citizen activism could restore constitutional limits to government, to which McManus responded: “Here’s the point I’d like to make: We take our country back through the House of Representatives. The House of Representatives [has] the power of the purse. All bills for raising revenue have to originate in the House. If they don’t originate one for this and this and this, it’s over. So we take our country back through the House of Representatives.”

The two men, joined by Columbia University Professor David Buckner, went on to have the following discussion:

McManus: We take the country back through the House of Representatives.

Buckner: But you are going to have to have 220 Mr. Smiths [like the movie, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington]. You are going to have to have people with honor and integrity to do that.

Napolitano: When you say 220 Mr. Smiths, you mean people like John McManus is describing you are going to have to win a majority of the seats in the House.

McManus: Here’s my point. If you get 10, 12, 15, 18 types like Ron Paul in the House of Representatives, a lot of the fence sitters will say, “Hey, I better move over this way. I better start following these views.” That’s reasonable and that’s doable.

Napolitano: Just as the rolling of the ball has caused people to jump on the bandwagon towards big government, the rolling of the ball in the other direction can cause them to jump on that bandwagon.

McManus: Exactly.


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