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Comment Re:Time for a new name (Score 1) 153

Why stop there?

We should also shoot dead any animal, wild or otherwise, that shits and doesn't pick it up. Foxes, deer, coyotes, bears, sheep, cows, babies, chickens etc.

I mean shit, if we're all for the initiation of force, I'm in guys.

Also, I'd like to lobby for the right for you to kill yourselves. ASAP.

Just reach in the drawer, take out your guns and put it in your mouths. It can't be wrong if you're doing it to yourself and lots of people would like you to do it.

Comment Re:Boohoo (Score 1) 439

There's no such thing. Money is fungible. The people who think they're paying for their unemployment and social security are actually paying the creditors who loaned the government money 3 years ago and the government is also going out and borrowing more and printing it.

Everyone who is not in the sanctum of power is liable for the 17 and going on 19 Trillion dollar debt.

That's 150 thousand dollars per tax payer, in today's dollars. Good fucking luck.

Comment Re:Well, duh (Score 1) 129

To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof. Treaties do have major implications under U.S. domestic law. In Missouri v. Holland, the Supreme Court ruled that the power to make treaties under the U.S. Costitution is a power separate from the other enumerated powers of the federal government, and hence the federal government can use treaties to legislate in areas which would otherwise fall within the exclusive authority of the states.

Fuck off. The 10th amendment is abundantly clear and anything you or anyone else writes or says elsewhere is meaningless.

The feds were granted very specific and NARROW domains and anything not mentioned is NOT THEIR BUSINESS.

The fact that they wipe their asses with the constitution on an hourly basis and in perpetuity does not make it right and some day when they've pissed off enough people there will be a revolution.

Comment Re:But it's okay if the carriers track us? (Score 1) 256

You do understand the differences between this fictional entity called 'the government' and the other fictional entity called the 'corporation' right?

While both of them are fictitious entities used to shield individuals from accountability, one has a monopoly on the initiation of force and violence and is in fact the parent of the other.

Comment Re:No surprise (Score 1) 256

You know what. Screw your petty nonchalant attitude.

Had this not been documented and proven beyond reasonable doubt, countless people including you would have dismissed it.

There's a big difference between a hypothesis and a hypothesis backed by evidence. The first one is like assholes, except everyone has a million of them.

Comment Re:Southwest.. (Score 1) 462

Welcome.

You must be from the alternate dimension where the people have somehow ensured the federal government operates within the bounds of law.

Over here, the feds wipe their arses with the constitution and completely ignore the fact that they're only allowed certain powers and anything not enumerated is left to the people and the states.

The first thing I should tell you is that the secret feds have created their own secret interpretation of their secret version of the constitution which you're not allowed to know about, unless their secret courts use secret evidence which you're not allowed to see to put a secret gag order on you, which you're not allowed to talk about to the public who doesn't care and ain't listening..

Sit down, relax, watch a game of football or baseball on tv as is the local custom and forget about pesky things like justice and liberty, it's gonna be a while.

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