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    01-04-2018, 04:27 PM
    Ok, now I'm even further confused by this post! What am I supposedly lying about? How exactly is asking for an explanation, lying? What side am I on? I wasn't aware that asking for an explanation meant that I was on some sort of side. I wasn't aware that I was "autisically screeching" about anyone by asking for an explanation. I've hardly been here at all in the last year. Ever since it became normally accepted here to call people names and falsely accuse them of things, I've found much more productive things to do with my time than to argue with such people. I'd really like to stick around and chat with you some more, but I have to get going, and write a letter to deliver to one of my State Reps the next time I'm up at the Capitol (next week, probably), in case I don't happen to run into him in person. I'd like to ask him to reintroduce a really good piece of his legislation that got killed off in committee last year.
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    01-04-2018, 04:11 PM
    You seem to be implying that I am disagreeing with what you say in your first two sentences, but I have not done so. Again, how have I attempted to convince you that less freedom is better than more freedom? I have not made a single claim of any sort, or attempted to convince anyone of anything. I have only asked for some explanations, because I am confused.
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    01-04-2018, 04:05 PM
    But ever since his appointment, the trumpettes keep saying that sessions is some sort of an excellent multidimensional chess move that is good for Liberty. I keep getting confused because they haven't actually explained why this is so, and don't seem to have an explanation yet for why their authoritarian idol isn't firing the guy, when telling people "you're fired" was supposed to be something he was good at. Perhaps they just haven't figured out who to blame yet, or are working on a better version of their lesser of two evils argument. It just keeps getting more and more confusing, I really hope that they can explain it.
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    01-04-2018, 03:55 PM
    Now I'm confused even further because I haven't claimed anything, I'm only asking the trumpettes to explain their claims. That's it! I must be under a delusion! I could of sworn that someone actually thanked Jesus, since losing some freedom by the lesser of two evils is good and losing some freedom by the greater of two evils is bad.
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    01-04-2018, 03:32 PM
    I'm still really confused, because the trumpettes keep saying trump and sessions and the rest of his drained swamp multidimensional chess moves that result in less Liberty, actually give us more Liberty. It almost sounds like they're saying that choosing the lesser of two evils is winning, even to the point of wanting to thank Jesus for an evil because it's a lesser evil, being proud of choosing the lesser of two evils, and being really glad that they chose the lesser of two evils. I've never heard anyone thank Jesus for an evil before, so this is really confusing to me.
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    01-04-2018, 03:14 PM
    So how does that make sessions good for Liberty? Why is him doing that good for Liberty? I must really be confused, as that seems to me like a really anti-Liberty thing to do.
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    01-04-2018, 03:05 PM
    Thread of the year, and it hasn't even been a week yet. When sessions was appointed, the trumpettes were telling everyone that this was some sort of super-duper multidimensional chess move, which was somehow part of draining the swamp, and that sessions somehow was good for Liberty. And of course, it would be easy for the authoritarian idol to fire him anytime, since telling a lot of people "you're fired" indicated that trump was a good candidate because that made him an "alpha male". Please, trumpettes, could you explain these things to everyone again? Could you please also explain just exactly how not firing sessions is going to "maga"? I must be really confused, because this news seems to me like it would be really bad for Liberty.
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    I know we had talked a number of times, but I can't recall, where did you end up in NH?

    While not a "free stater" I'm a liberty person that moved here long before the FSP was even thought of.

    Maybe I can make the welcome a little more sincere.

    If you're ever over in the Carroll county area, let me know, like I said, I'll buy.
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1980 - Litdropped for reagan
mid 1980's – protested reagan's foreign policy
1988 – voted for the first time, for Ron Paul
1992 – opposed Perot for his drug war comments (“cordon off minority neighborhoods and send in the dogs”), and encouraged others to vote LP instead
early 1990's to present – spoke to and warned as many people as possible about the accelerating loss of our freedom, stressed the importance of voting against those who destroy freedom, minority outreach included in these efforts
mid 1990's – protested the start of vehicle emissions testing in MD
mid-late 1990's to 2003 – active on issues of eminent domain and municipal regulation in MD
2004 to 2006 – active on issues of municipal regulation in PA
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2011 – attended CPAC to vote for Ron Paul
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