Laurie Roth: We are in the middle of the biggest WAR in history – Will we survive it

Laurie Roth

(Laurie Roth was a candidate for the Constitution Party nomination for President in 2012. The following was posted on her website.)

Obama and the progressives have shredded our national flesh and skin down to the exposed bone. We now look like a staggering Zombie with chunks of tendons hanging everywhere, dripping and splattering blood as we roll down the street. People run to get out of the way as Obama jeers and laughs at us in between golf games.

Obama most certainly is ‘transforming’ and changing America as he promised from the beginning. Obama’s goal is simple and stated in everything he does and speaks. It is seen in his pathetic and limited career. It is reflected in his life long associations, choices of church fellowship with Rev. Wright for too many years to ignore and his own writings. Obama hates America and intends for America to pay. Frankenstein has found a playmate now.

Obama’s transformational goals for America

Turn us into…

Turn America into a Socialist-Communist regime submitted to Obama, Islam and International controls. Ignore Congress, Seduce Congress, Threaten Congress and Buy Congress until it is completely neutered. He is right on target. Until perhaps the 2014 and 2016 elections…hmmmm

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16 thoughts on “Laurie Roth: We are in the middle of the biggest WAR in history – Will we survive it

  1. Concerned Libertarian Citizen

    God bless David Lee Roth and his wife Laurie. I wish them all the luck in their current campaign.

  2. Andy

    “Jill Pyeatt February 28, 2014 at 9:27 pm
    David Lee Roth is from Pasadena, CA. Where is she from?”

    I have no idea.

    “Concerned Libertarian Citizen February 28, 2014 at 9:36 pm
    God bless David Lee Roth and his wife Laurie. I wish them all the luck in their current campaign.”

    LOL!

  3. Jill Pyeatt

    Sammy Hagar was a much better lead singer for Van Halen, in case anyone cares about my opinion. He makes great tequila, too; in fact, I think I’ll pour myself a shot.

  4. Andy

    “Jill Pyeatt March 1, 2014 at 3:48 am
    Sammy Hagar was a much better lead singer for Van Halen, in case anyone cares about my opinion. He makes great tequila, too; in fact, I think I’ll pour myself a shot.”

    A lot of people still trash talk Sammy Hagar in Van Halen, but I’ve always thought he did an excellent job as a replacement for David Lee Roth, and that Van Halen was still a great band with Sammy Hagar. So I like both the Roth era and the Hagar era. Van Halen only went down hill when Eddie Van Halen stabbed both Roth and Hagar in the back and brought in Gary Cherone who had been in the band Extreme (who is most remembered today for the ballad “More Than Words”). The album with Cherone came out in 1997 and it was a big flop and was their least selling album and tour ever, and Cherone left the band shortly thereafter. They went into limbo for a long time after that. They had a brief reunion with Hagar around 2005 or 2006, but then went back into limbo until David Lee Roth rejoined the band. Eddie Van Halen is a great talent, but he got too messed up on alcohol and that is the big reason for the downfall of the band. They had a couple of reunion tours with Roth, the first one in 2007, and then finally released a new album with Roth in 2012 or 2013. I’ve listened to the new album online, and although I thought they had “lost it” at first, I then listened to the entire album and I actually enjoyed it, although it did sound like a throwback to the late 1970′s and early 1980′s, but that’s because the album consisted a lot of old material that they had worked on back during that era but had never made it to an album. They are kind of like dinosaurs now, as in the only people who care about them any more are classic rock fans who were around in the late 1970′s to mid 1990′s, and/or rock guitar aficionados.

    I always wondered what it would be like back in the 1980′s and 1990′s as a hard rock and heavy metal loving teenager when that kind of music was considered to be passé.

    I like fairly wide variety of music, but I always go back to the classic hard rock and heavy metal bands like Van Halen, Rush, Led Zepplin, AC/DC, Metallica, etc… Oh, and also Lynyrd Skynyrd. I’m a huge Southern rock fan.

  5. Andy

    Since Sammy Hagar in Van Halen came up, I’m going to post some more videos.

    Here’s a fun song from 1985.

    Summer Nights

  6. Andy

    And here’s the title track from the album and show, 5150, one of the most underrated Van Halen songs in my opinion.

  7. Andy

    I posted two songs from the Hagar era and only one from the Roth era (it went on to two videos, but was one song), so I should post another David Lee Roth era Van Halen song.

    Here’s one from Women and Children First, released in 1980. I love David Lee Roth’s ad libs in this one. Dude was funny.

    Everybody Wants Some!!

  8. Jill Pyeatt

    Thanks for playing along, Andy! I do admit that the very early Van Halen songs are excellent and certainly iconic. However, I’ve always been a Sammy fan, and always will be (I was drinking some of his tequila last night, also! An excellent pain reliever.)

    Mr. Roth just has quite a reputation for being a complete jerk. I hear very little bad about Sammy, however. He’s just an excellent human being, I think. He’s also a brilliant businessman.

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