The Merchants of Deception


by OPOVV, ©2015

Gen. George Smith Patton served in the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I and led the 1942 “Operation Torch” in Casablanca and the Battle of the Bulge against Hitler’s forces

(Apr. 28, 2015) — The really neat thing about deceptions is that those who are being deceived don’t have a clue, which is, when you think about it, the whole idea in the first place. But it gets even better: those who champion the deceptions are usually the ones who are the original target of those who are to be deceived.

The term “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth” has a heck of a lot of merit; just ask the inhabitants of Troy. There are as many levels of deceptions as there are the number of human beings on the planet, but this editorial isn’t about Tooth Fairies or the imaginative ways to get your kid to take his nap. Unfortunately, the phrase, “If he had half a brain” is alive and well in the USA. As a matter of fact, the “half-a-brain” phrase is prospering beyond the “Merchants of Deceptions” wildest dreams.

Some of us are aware of the disastrous effects that Affirmative Action has had on our country. Taking the easy way out hasn’t helped anyone, least of all the so-called beneficiaries of jumping to the head of the line, people who find themselves in jobs that they are unable to handle because of, simply put, lack of adequate training. Examples abound, but the most noticeable ones are those people in the news who find themselves in jobs over their necks, the most recent case being that of former Attorney General Eric Holder trying to act like a lawyer defending the Constitution. Viewing Holder’s track record, one could certainly make a case that Holder has never even read the Constitution, or if he had, certainly another case could be made that he didn’t comprehend it. But don’t feel sorry for him; feel sorry for us and our kids.

There is a school of thought that some psychiatrists point out that the proliferation of gays in America has to do with stress and overpopulation. Then there are those who state that a certain percentage of gays in a given population is constant irrespective of outside stimulus. The fact remains, however, that there are gays in America, and how the courts address the gay issue has nothing whatsoever to do with same-sex attraction.

It all started innocently enough: two people of the same sex living together, but then one becomes ill or is in an accident and is admitted to the hospital. Enter the insurance companies raising their ugly heads by requiring hospitals to follow mindless rules and regulations by allowing only close relatives into someone’s deathbed: “Only clergy and immediate family allowed.” And so the gay crowd circumvented the hospitals’ mindless rules by obtaining a “Civil Union,” thereby becoming, legally, a “close relative.”

And now to the classic case of deception that is taking place all across our country right before our eyes. I really hate to rain on anyone’s parade, but thinking about borrowing a friend’s boat does not make one a world-class fisherman. Picking up and taking home boat brochures while visiting a boat store does not make one a fisherman, either.

The same with marriage: you may very well call a same-sex couple “married” until the cows come home, but a gay married couple, of whatever sex, can never catch a fish. Never. They may very well have a marriage certificate, license, document, whatever, but there’s no fish and never will be. They may have a boat but without fishing tackle, a rod and a hook, it just ain’t going to happen. Never ever.

So here’s the deception, and those with a “half a brain” will get it: the other half, Obots, judges, and “married” gays, won’t have a clue because it is they who are being deceived.

Think “practical joke” if you want, and go ahead and refuse to see what’s before your very eyes: that just means that they put one over on you. That’s okay; it happens all the time, but this time the consequences are dire for everyone.

Here are the facts: call anything by any name to achieve the desired results. You want “Hope and Change, Transparency,” you got it. You want gay marriage, you got it, for by accepting the any of that nonsense you’re just paving the way for Sharia Law to take effect that much easier and faster. And that’s the whole ballgame, for those of you who have been paying attention.

You say I’m “off my rocker” and “surely I jest,” but may I point out that LTC Terry Lakin was NOT ALLOWED TO PRESENT A DEFENSE of any kind in his kangaroo court martial? May I remind one and all that there are Muslims in our military, in all facets of our government, and that the Muslim Brotherhood (aka Valerie Jarrett, a Muslim born in Iran), along with Obama, is in the White House? So maybe it’s not so funny after all, this gay marriage paving the way for Sharia Law.

I know, it’s always a bummer when you’re made a fool of. Just remember that it took many years and many billions of dollars for Muslims to buy the White House. Just think of all the Americans who sold out their country for 30 pieces of silver and a marriage certificate.

[Not “politically correct”? How many American soldiers’ lives were lost because the powers-that-be censored Patton during  World War II?]

Semper Fi


2 Responses to "The Merchants of Deception"

  1. Fran   Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 6:56 PM

    OPOVV is unfortunately correct. The “Fruit (no pun intended) of Islam” is in our country. They are ready. The question is are we ready.

    What is the “Fruit of Islam”?

  2. Stephen Hiller   Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 10:53 AM

    Was Adolph Hitler the originator of “the Big Lie” or did he pick it up from someone else? I guess it really “doesn’t matter at this point” (thank you, Hillary).

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