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    Yesterday, 07:46 AM
    Can dannno confirm when Trump will do a 180 and endorse Rand's plan? I'm so excited for that.
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    07-20-2017, 09:20 PM
    It's all about the kind of freedom you prioritize. For example the North East has some of the most draconian laws on education in the nation. And yes, that includes New Hampshire. If you want to get stoned or whatever you might move up there, if you want to raise a family without asking the nanny state for permission the south or heartland is a far better bet.
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    07-20-2017, 09:06 PM
    Glad NH is coming around on parental rights. That's one issue that NH really seems to suck on.
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    07-20-2017, 08:59 PM
    Turns out state senator Trip Pittman who is running was a Ron Paul supporter in 2012. http://theresurgent.com/trip-pittman-on-philosophy-and-running-for-the-us-senate-liberty-requires-responsibility/
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    07-17-2017, 01:02 PM
    We have enough problems with local governments without bringing foreign mercenaries into our streets. Somalia, smh can't make this stuff up.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-17-2017, 12:58 PM
    The OP has some decent points. But to use the 20th century analogy the libertarians could and should find where they can work with social/paleo-cons. The Alt Right, is not paleo-conservative, in fact the Alt Right does not stand for anything concrete. They are most comparable to a little pagan religion with their pantheon of minor gods , they sacrifice to Trump, Pepe, Milo, Kek, and so on. One day they might decry social liberal SJW's, the next they will whoop and holler about how the Alt Right is the real pro homosexuality movement because they love Milo, and the SJW's want to impose Sharia law. The main tenants of the alt right cult is immaturity, one can't have an alliance with them because they are brainless turds who know even less about how to succeed in politics than libertarians do. Mature individuals from the old paleo-conservative Right like Pat Buchanan have something to offer. The Alt Right is nothing but reverse feminists and reverse antifa. Perhaps some of them will move towards liberty but right now they are hopeless.
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    07-17-2017, 08:21 AM
    According to wickedpedia: Augustus Sol Invictus (Latin: majestic unconquered sun); born July 31, 1983 as Austin Gillespie
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-17-2017, 08:20 AM
    Yes, the LP will lose out on the pagan eugenicist goat sacrifice vote, and fade into obscurity. But just think of the relevance he will bring to the Republicans!
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-17-2017, 08:17 AM
    Congrats to the LP for being rid of this wackadoodle. Condolences to the GOP. Lol he lost a Libertarian primary race 3 to 1, who does that? Party Candidate Votes Percentage Libertarian Paul Stanton 2,943 73.5% Augustus Invictus 1,059 26.5%
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    07-16-2017, 07:32 AM
    Did you fix it before it surrendered?
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    07-14-2017, 11:12 AM
    Gives this a whole new meaning.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 10:31 PM
    And........ this is why we have a screwed up legal system. Lots of bright ideas that are not thought through properly and are executed poorly. But it sounds like you are focusing on making a law about what even you consider a gray area, and using it to promote government.
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    07-13-2017, 10:10 PM
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    07-13-2017, 09:56 PM
    OK, but you tend to play devils advocate on issues like this, while also being a pragmatist. So my guess would be you would accept a law that enforces your view on this for everyone under 18 as an improvement over what you see as the danger of parental control. I may be wrong, as to what you would accept, perhaps you would fight an imperfect law that was geared towards you tooth and nail. But that's the problem most of us have with government, it's the endless expansion of power beyond what anyone in their right minds see as reasonable. Alright, I always thought doctors generally refused to do surgeries where they thought there was zero chance of it helping. But you may well be right. Either way that's between them and the patient/family. There oughta be a law?
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 08:31 PM
    OK. but that's not how laws in this country work. A lot. Surgeries don't always work but sometimes they do. Hitting a kid with a bat is a violent action that may take his life, so it's actually more comparable to the state mandating him die than his parents getting him a surgery. A surgery with zero chance of helping? I guess that would be true, but you haven't given an example where that's the case. I kind of wish you'd respond to my gangrene point, I mean is it better to let a kid die of gangrene than subject him to surgery? I certainly wouldn't want anyone to have to make that decision besides the parent or kid. And who better to make choices for a kid than his parents? If your answer is no one, we're on the same page. If your answer is the government, we might as well do away with families and become a total nanny state, if the government knows best. I concede parents make mistakes, but history shows government makes far more.
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    07-13-2017, 07:13 PM
    Does he liberty?
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    07-13-2017, 07:08 PM
    But you and I know that any laws relating to kids mean under 18. Does this mean you are on the record saying it is immoral for government to make medical decisions for kids 11 and older? Lol, so because I say murder should be illegal that means I'm admitting government owns the kids?:D It's all hypothetical nonsense until you give a real example that we all can debate. I mentioned the government side has mandated chemo, now tell me what they should ban. Not exactly my point, motive is none of your business at all. Parents should be presumed to have complete control. If you want to usurp their control, you better have a darn good specific reason if you want me to back you in this discussion. If you are going to be hover-big-brother you better have a good reason. My goodness, you sound like the kid's grandmothers do. If you want to boss a mom and dad around just show why. And lets not forget you are hypothetically taking the side of the government that is mandating kids be left to die rather than recieve treatment. That's a hard pill you're trying to force feed us so you need to build a pretty good specific case, which so far you have not shown interest in making.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 06:10 PM
    Hm, but imagine a situation where the parents tell 11 year old Johnny he needs a certain treatment or he will die, he says he wants it, and your government tells Johnny to go to hell because it's better for him to die than endure the treatment because r3v says so. I remember being that age, you're proposal would have about killed me just emotionally having jackboot thugs take over the remainder of my life, not a good recipe for recovery or a peaceful way to die. That's messed up. That's the kind of situation that will become a reality under what you are talking about. I'm not convinced that parents who had their kids leg with gangrene amputated before anesthesia became widespread should have been forced to let their kids die. These kinds of decisions might make us sick to even think about, but if anyone has to make them it should be the parents. Of course parents can't kill their kids or badly hurt them. But that's because they are human beings, it does not follow that because smacking a kid in the head with a baseball bat is illegal that all parents should be babysat by government. But that doesn't mean I'm against parental rights, if someone chops a kid's arm off he should be arrested for chopping the arm off regardless of it's his kid or not. But the interesting thing is, I see cases where parents refusetheir kids certain treatments (chemo for example) and the government throws a hissy fit and takes the kid and forces him to undergo treatment at great physical and emotional cost. Their argument is for the parent to refuse chemo is neglect, you ironically are suggesting reversing that kind of thing to the other extreme, where the parent may be forced to neglect their kids unto death. But both what you are advocating and what the government has done before has the same flaw, putting a bunch of ignorant bureaucrats who don't know a kid from Adam in a place to choose life or death for a kid they don't know much about the health of let alone care about. No more than I accepted that eating cheerios while watching Barney could be child abuse. Man hits kid with a baseball bat, assault. Mom tries to save kid's life, not assault in any scenario I can see, and you have have not given one that is concrete, you're devils advocate argument is a pie in the sky hypothetical until you can mention a specific case or treatment which can be debated then.
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    07-13-2017, 05:51 AM
    That first guy doesn't approve of Putin because he assassinates dissidents and bombs women and children? Cutting in on the monopoly of evil I guess.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 05:45 AM
    I like the map that shows where we give it too. Is the money he's sending to Mexico so they can pay for our wall?
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 05:43 AM
    He's keeping foreign aid so people can see the atrocities the countries we give it to commit. It will expose the deep state. This isn't even 3D chess this is normal chess. How can you fools not see this? #Trumpsplain
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    07-13-2017, 05:41 AM
    timosman was right, you did just join.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 05:35 AM
    I just found another passage that proves Jesus was not a vegan.
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    07-13-2017, 05:31 AM
    God's definition of a prosperous, blessed, abundant, fertile land is based entirely on animal products. there are like 20 other verses like this. Animal products are even used as a poetic way to describe sex.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 05:24 AM
    I forgot about that Psalm. Thanks!
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 05:20 AM
    That's the impression a layman gets reading a book called the Holy Bible. I mean like it actually said he did, it never said he ate turnips as far as I know. Maybe that means Jesus thought eating turnips was immoral, or perhaps he was just allergic.
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  • William Tell's Avatar
    07-13-2017, 05:16 AM
    You might argue many things, but terms like enormous pain are relative. I can't think of any treatments that everyone would agree is worse than death, I know things like chemo are terrible according to those who have gone through them. Also you are making the assumption there is only one treatment for something, would you be ok with a treatment that doesn't cause pain but has a 0.05% chance of working? If the kid's probably just going to die anyway, why not let him die with his parents? They brought him into this world and love him more than you, the government, or the statisticians will. Besides, sometimes recoveries happen that are hard to explain with science. Mandating letting a kid die is pretty brutal, and it's pretty easy to see how the slippery slope will lead to the next step of putting people "out of their misery" like at the dog pound. Can you name one actual medical treatment that you think is so bad and painful, that the government should stop people at gunpoint from administering to the sick? If you can't, you are probably just playing devils advocate on an issue that doesn't actually exist, like if a martian threw up on you would your it turned your skin green, would you be justified in using deadly force to keep it away from you. Or maybe you think some treatments should only be used on consenting adults, and when in doubt let the kid die because he's too young to decide whether to undergo pain?
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