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'Proportional' Response

tsimitpo Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 6:10 PM
You should demand more from your source(s) of info. Who stands to gain most by what actions/threats?
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'Proportional' Response

tsimitpo Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 5:50 PM
North Korea doesn't have near the capability that we're being told they have and they have a history of using empty threats to get us to give them more food. Why are we so eager to beat wardrums just because the moneychangers who control our government and media have tried to scare us into it? Proportional sure beats pre-emptive - especially when the pre-emptive is based solely on heresay.
I guess it comes down to the fundamental position of whether the people are agents of their government or if their government is an agent of the people. In the former instance, the people are "granted" limited liberties by their government and in the latter the powers of the government are limited by an inherently free people.
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Starring in Drone Dynasty

tsimitpo Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 1:37 PM
It may be "simple" for people who have turned off their critical thinking switch. Even if the majority "believed" their safety was more important than their liberty, how can a case possibly be made that filling the air with drones would provide increased safety? We've become so dumbed-down that up has become down and in has become out and we don't even question it anymore.
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Guns and Love

tsimitpo Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 4:56 PM
"Collectively"? This sounds suspiciously like communista propaganda.
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Guns and Love

tsimitpo Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 4:54 PM
Well then how exactly will the GOP thrive? By the support of people who don't care as long as they "talk" like they oppose the other side of the coin?
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Guns and Love

tsimitpo Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 4:51 PM
The natural nemesis of any government is a free people. When a nation's people are outmanned (gunned) by their own government, they are no longer free.
Sorry - the U.S. Military answers to the federal government - not the people of a state or region.
Mental "fitness" is a slippery slope. That would still give the all-powerful (wannabe) government the ability to have you declared mentally unfit regardless of reality. Kinda like the no-fly list or the NDAA's right to detain with nothing more than a "suspicion" - no thanks.
I'm really surprised he was allowed to say that our own government could go tyrannical. We're supposed to forget that kind of history and pretend it never happened, aren't we?
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Parting Company

tsimitpo Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 3:16 PM
Is secession healthy decentralization or divide-and-rule? http://www.activistpost.com/2012/11/is-secession-healthy-decentralization.html (New World) Order out of chaos.
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