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Author Topic: Which State Will Win?  (Read 23134 times)


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Re:Which State Will Win?
« Reply #90 on: August 11, 2003, 05:57:09 am »

Thanks for the info, Zack.  What I was hoping that was was that was a reference to the case that upheld the CSA as a means for the Feds to persecute Smokers of Herb.  Not being one, I don't have full touch on the subject, but I have close family members I don't see much anymore.  Oh, well, too much coding, too much Red Hot Chili Peppers, too much caffeine, and too little sleep will bend the mind.

By the way, there was a call for you on the FSP General Forum:

It's always been my position that the most dramatic announcement is the one that is made naked.

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Re:Which State Will Win?
« Reply #91 on: August 11, 2003, 09:04:31 am »

NH reason #7, to be more accurate, might say "While many constitutions speak of a 'right to alter, reform or abolish' the government, New Hampshire's constitution is the only constitution in the world that literally uses the words 'right of revolution,' which have a symbolic value that coincides nicely with our purpose."
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