Wednesday, October 16, 2013

If voting could change anything, they'd make it illegal.

A BALOO CARTOON!

Sort of.  What happens is that when it looks like it might change something, the People in Charge crack down, and fix things so that it won't. They use all kinds of tactics to make sure that no matter the technicalities, your vote will never really change anything.  RamZPaul explains how what happened to the Golden Dawn is par for the course, and can easily happen here. Go to HIS SITE for more on the Golden Dawn plus a video.

5 comments:

  1. Eager Young LiberalOctober 16, 2013 at 8:15 PM

    Why am I even surprised that you would support the golden dawn? The thing with you libertarians is, there arent all that many of you. Every once in awhile one somehow slips into the govt, and reminds all of us how completely crazy you are, and then you go back to the back of the classroom plotting the downfall of the govt "for the people", who dont like you and are scared your ideas may one day become a reality.

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    1. "Eager young liberal" has literally no grasp on Libertarianism, what we stand for or what we do.
      Which was already sort of implied in your name. Being eager and young you're already naive from the get go, and the fact that you call yourself a liberal probably means you've just found out that you don't have to think like mom and dad. So good for you, EYL. Now take your head out of your ass and go read the Constitution, Common Sense or George Orwell.

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    2. Eager Young LiberalOctober 16, 2013 at 11:02 PM

      Someone on here called me an eager young liberal, so I adopted that as my name because I was accused of hiding as an Anon. I am a seminary student, I believe in following God's example and identifying with those poor and oppressed. I believe the place of the Church is outside of that state, but in serving those who need an advocate, I must occasionally use the governing system. The constitution, the flag, the founding fathers, these mean nothing to me, but are idols that cause the faithful to stumble. I am eager to return the faith to the primary identity, not as one that exists after nationalism, but as one that conquers nationalism. The universal church has no place dividing itself. I am young, but I know my faith. And I am liberal, because I believe that the life that faith calls me to live is one for others.

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    3. Why not then just change your handle to Seminary Student or something if Eager Young Liberal doesn't suit you?

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    4. Eager Young LiberalOctober 17, 2013 at 7:22 PM

      Because its fine by me. I mean I am not offended by it, the only real bother is when people use that as an argument instead of addressing what I said, which is just silly.

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