Originally Posted by CPUd
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brushfire]I'm convinced, more and more, every day, that what happened at the Bundy ranch is how you deal with these fktards.
Offer some kind of response to force, and make it available for all to see.
It wouldn't work in this case, because the tactic depends on restraint by both sides.
I would agree with this, to a point. However, I do believe that we as a population on the mean have gone well past the point of complete restraint.
Originally Posted by Occam's Banana
This is no different from the "logic" employed by the courts (including SCOTUS) in declaring that police have no obligation to protect persons or property.
And the logic is completely correct. The failure lies in the absence of followup reasoning which directly and irrevocably demonstrates that police have no place in a free and civilized land, much less any authority to act against the sovereign rights of the Individual. The language and reason to which you refer does,
Originally Posted by Henry Rogue
Government in all its regulation and social engineering, doesn't just perpetuate poverty and violence, it cultivates it.
And so it has been throughout the history of human Empire with but scant few exceptions.
The pattern is clear and in fact glaring. Theye sow the seeds of discord, poverty, disease, war, death, and misery; then chide, punish, threaten, and admonish when people behave as Theire machinations all but guarantee. They do so as they assume a false high ground
When you go to business school, one of the first things they teach you is that business transactions entail risk for all parties. That is the nature of doing business. It is the nature of being alive.
What this means in the case at hand is that when a bank issues a mortgage, they are assuming the risk of default. When an honest default occurs, they repossess the assets tied DIRECTLY to the note and recoup as much of the investment as possible and they eat the rest. That is the nature
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