Thursday, July 2 2009 9:23 a.m.
Outside of a self defence scenario, Would you kill someone? Would you pay someone to kill for you? It's only a semi-rhetorical question.
Taking a life is murder. Taking liberty is slavery. Taking property is theft. Would you do these things? Would you have others do these things for you? Probably not. But someone steals, murders and owns slaves in your name every day. The government does all three of these things every single day. When we pay for GM, give money to Isreal or print government welfare checks those are all theft. Your liberty is taken away every day when the governments bans pot, bans guns and prevents you from leaving or entering the country. The government murders people daily through "preemptive" wars.
If you voted for the government to do these things, you're stealing, murdering and creating slaves of future generations. If you support the government, congratulations, you are too! No fireworks or BBQ for you on independence day.
Here's a clear and concise definition of liberty and how it can never be legally taken away:
Many people fought long and hard to be free. We disrespect all of them when we willingly give our liberties away with latest "jobs initiative" or "healthcare reform". What can you do? Stop asking the government to do things for others. Stop willingly paying taxes. Cast invalid votes at elections. Did you know that in some countries it's illegal to not vote? It's because the government needs the legitamacy of high voter turn out. Be part of the resistance and be ready and willing to support a new constitution when the time comes.
On this independence day, choose to make a difference. Go to a Tea Party and show your support. Not for a political party ... for freedom. Follow the simple instructions in the Declaration of Independence (see above). Abolish your government. Stop supporting it. When they come with guns to take your liberty, make a stand for freedom. If we all do the same, they will have no choice but to listen to the slave rebellion.
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