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lloydbob1

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Return Of Bureaucrash!
« on: October 30, 2003, 11:04:46 pm »

A couple of weeks ago I deleted a couple of posts from Kelton Baker and, I believe, Rdeacon concerning a link to Bureaucrash.com.  Their posts were deleted due to my rather anal interpetation of the rule against adults posting in the under 21 area.
They came at me with some good arguments and I apologised, relented and said to go ahead and repost the link to Bureaucrash.  I can't find it here anywhere, so, here it is:
http://bureaucrash.com
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Re:Return Of Bureaucrash!
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2003, 03:11:05 am »

I'm glad they did! I just signed up for it and I'm 44. Great site!
No discrimination based on age! Activism is not merely for the young; hell most of the X-Generation are clueless at this point how brainwashed they are and most are Liberal believing everyone is entitled to "free" health care, etc. Good for all ages to intermix.
« Last Edit: November 02, 2003, 03:11:51 am by radracer »
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Re:Return Of Bureaucrash!
« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2004, 10:59:13 am »

I wouldn't be so quick to assume that most youngsters are government worshipping socialists. I mean, look at Penny Arcade, by far the most popular webcomic (about 3 million readers last I heard) on the net, with most of their readership being between the ages of 12-30. They're huge proponents of free speech (and not in a "free speech for us, not you" kind of way), they raised $150,000 to oppose restrictions on violent media, and they've ranted against the Can Spam act as being a complete total waste of time and money, pointing out that the free market has already provided a variety of spam and popup blockers that do more to protect people's computers than any government program ever could. Although they've never come out and said they're libertarians, they, like most of the online community, are pretty open to libertarian ideas.
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Re:Return Of Bureaucrash!
« Reply #3 on: March 16, 2004, 12:06:40 pm »

I wouldn't be so quick to assume that most youngsters are government worshipping socialists. I mean, look at Penny Arcade, by far the most popular webcomic (about 3 million readers last I heard) on the net, with most of their readership being between the ages of 12-30. They're huge proponents of free speech (and not in a "free speech for us, not you" kind of way), they raised $150,000 to oppose restrictions on violent media, and they've ranted against the Can Spam act as being a complete total waste of time and money, pointing out that the free market has already provided a variety of spam and popup blockers that do more to protect people's computers than any government program ever could. Although they've never come out and said they're libertarians, they, like most of the online community, are pretty open to libertarian ideas.

Free speech activism doesn't really make them Libertarian. On the contrary a lot of liberals are free speech activists too.
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Re:Return Of Bureaucrash!
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2004, 09:31:18 am »

Yeah, sort of, but most liberals are only for their own freedom of speech, and attack everyone else's. Penny Arcade has a way of not doing that at all, which I think is part of why they're so popular.
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Re:Return Of Bureaucrash!
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2004, 09:47:32 am »

Wow, I checked out their website, and it seems like it is a very pro-liberty site.  From their manifesto:

"We believe that individuals are sovereign and own their own bodies.

We believe that every person has a right to make decisions about his or her own life, as long as those decisions do not directly harm other people.

We believe that no person has a right to use force against another person – to steal what they have earned or threaten their body or property.

We believe that when a government makes a new rule, it threatens to use force against someone (or everyone).

We believe that when bureaucrats and politicians have the power to make arbitrary rules, they steal our choices.

Therefore, we believe that governments should be small. They should only have the power to protect us from force and fraud."


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