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28 May, 2013

If You're Not Interested in Politics

Dear Reader,

If you're not interested in politics, please let me know. If you would rather I keep this blog about guns and gear, and not remind you about what the leeches, the political class in D.C. is doing to us and trying to do to us, please post a comment. If there are enough such comments I may just redirect and start a different blog for such topics.

But first let me make a case. The Bill of Rights is a list of human rights. You can repeal the first ten Amendments and that would do nothing to negate the natural, human rights found therein. The founders called these "God-given rights," but today we call them human rights, or natural rights. The moment you were born and took your first breath and cried your first cry, no one could take away that right to free speech. This country has lost its true purpose, that of a continued experiment of liberty. Today we largely stick our heads in the sand and close our eyes shut as tightly as possible while those we elect plot against us. This nation has the highest rate of incarceration and soon we will all be found guilty and punishable by imprisonment for one crime or another. If you don't know what the Code of Hammurabi is, please click the link. The short version is that even the emperor at one time believed that if you couldn't put your laws on two large slabs of stone, you shouldn't expect anyone to follow them.
The time to lift up our voices against tyranny is long past, but better late than never. Speak out. Resist. If ever the words of Mario Savio applied, that time is now: "And you've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers...and you've got to make it stop, and you've got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it that unless you're free, the machine will be prevented from working at all!"

Now I ask you to watch the following by Michael Badnarik and ask yourselves where your line will be drawn, how far you will be pushed by little men in expensive suits. 

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