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Michael

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Suppose for a moment
« on: August 09, 2002, 08:42:31 pm »

Greetings everyone, new member here with a question. Looking down the road and assuming success with FSP, suppose other groups attempt to do the same thing but in other states. I suspect it would cause further chaos in the government at the federal level. Just my two cents.

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Re:Suppose for a moment
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2002, 03:56:30 am »


Greetings everyone, new member here with a question. Looking down the road and assuming success with FSP, suppose other groups attempt to do the same thing but in other states. I suspect it would cause further chaos in the government at the federal level. Just my two cents.

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Well let's face it the fedgov needs a good shaking up to remind them of their rightful place.  I don't think the chaos of freedom could possibly be worse then the insanity of an excessive, tyrannical, oppressive government constantly overstepping its constitutionally defined role.  Besides state autonomy was the intended condition of the states.  We seek to return to them (the states, at least one state) their historic condition of self rule with minimal government involvement.


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