On Tuesday, December 18, 2012 2:30:48 PM UTC-5, Stephen Paul King wrote:
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>  On 12/18/2012 2:17 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
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> On Tuesday, December 18, 2012 1:19:46 PM UTC-5, Stephen Paul King wrote: 
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>>  On 12/18/2012 11:54 AM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
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>> On Tuesday, December 18, 2012 10:34:14 AM UTC-5, rclough wrote: 
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>>> Hi Craig Weinberg   
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>>> Party politics will soon end. 
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>>> The two parties of the future (next year if even that) 
>>> will be (a) those who want to cut the debt and 
>>> (b) those who don't.   
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>>> That's what's happened to much of europe. 
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>> Eh, even that will be a lie. I would assume that party politics will 
>> continue in a less overt way is all. Oligarchy re-branded. 
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>>     And what changed? Haves v. have nots will fight forever until max 
>> entropy is reached. Meanwhile I need to house, clothe and feed myself and 
>> my children.
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>> As far as the pipe dream of increasing individual liberty by reducing the 
>> power of government, can't you see that unconstitutional Corporate 
>> Feudalism will fill the vacuum before you can say Habeus Corpus? You think 
>> that Monsanto is going to give you a constitution? 
>> Hahahahahahahahahahhahahahhahahahah.
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>> Craig
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>>     Monsanto, et al do not have a monopoly on the legal use of force so 
>> their ability to affect your rights is not beyond appeal. 
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> You have to realize though that the only reason that there is a such thing 
> as an illegal use of force is because of the government. The only appeal 
> that we have to corporate abuse is to a higher authority: government (in 
> theory).
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>> When the government tells you to do something, you are forced to comply, 
>> ultimately at the point of a gun and you cannot shoot back legally.
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> The government has no particular reason to tell me to do something unless 
> lobbied by a corporation. I don't feat the government monitoring my 
> Facebook or this list - I fear my employers or potential future employers. 
> What does the federal government care what I say?
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>>     Can we be done with this? 
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> Sure, I'm easy. I'll talk about any topic you want.
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> Craig
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> Dear Craig,
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>     Yas' just notta gonna let go, ar ya?! s Government, in its actions, 
> always "good"? Yes or No. If yes, please demonstrate.
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No. Who thinks that the government in its actions is always good? 

Although Conservatives seem to feel that what police and military parts of 
the government is good.

 

> -- 
> Onward!
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> Stephen
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