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lordpoee

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Re: Will we really be more free immediately upon moving?
« Reply #30 on: September 15, 2005, 10:21:23 am »

That is indeed what I intended to say.

Democracy is to insure Freedom. Not to restrict or "Abridge" Constitutional rights. Yet that is exactly what has been done. Are we living in a Democracy anymore?

How dead are your constitutional rights?
http://www.civil-liberties.com/pages/dead.html

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Re: Will we really be more free immediately upon moving?
« Reply #31 on: September 15, 2005, 11:31:47 am »

We live in a constitutional republic, not a democracy.
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Re: Will we really be more free immediately upon moving?
« Reply #32 on: September 15, 2005, 03:42:35 pm »

I fear using the word Republic or Democracy: I Republicans and Democarts have EQUALLY ruined this country.

I do not favor government spending on Big Business: Big Business must make there own way, just like the rest of us.
I favor Gun Ownership and as FEW restrcitions as possible.
I favor seperation of church and state. Absolute seperation. Especially Christianity.
I favor aboslishment of Moral Law and the recogniton of Victimless crime.
I favor small Government.
I do not favor helping out the rest of the world: Fuck em. We got enough problems here.
I favor small military: The United States military power should come from Militia's.
I favor euqality for ALL men (and women). Affirmitive Action must go.
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Re: Will we really be more free immediately upon moving?
« Reply #33 on: September 16, 2005, 06:03:15 pm »

Vermont was actually the first "Alaska carry" state.

Actually, we called that "Vermont carry": no license required. What's different (and more attractive) about "Alaska carry" is that no license is required in-state, but a license is available for those who wish to take advantage of reciprocity in other states.

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Alaska carry really has a lot of in-state restrictions on what you can carry and where.
New Hampshire could be more free if it allowed carry of most anything anywhere anytime.

See I want to be allowed to legal carry a concealed ozzie, or machine gun if I want. Even a hand-held nuclear missle launcher. If I want, I should be allowed to have a big garrage with a tank in it on my own property. (Waist of money? Yeh, and I probably wouldn't, but the right to bare arms needs to be that unrestricted that a person should be allowed if they want to.

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Re: Will we really be more free immediately upon moving?
« Reply #34 on: September 16, 2005, 06:10:44 pm »

If ya don't like guns, stay out of the free-state.

There is definitely a large and vocal 2nd-amendment constituency here in NH.
Personally, that's not my hot issue -- I'm much more concerned with free trade and drug legalization -- but there's no use picking nits.


Abolishing property taxes and government schooling. Those are my hot buttons. I'll feel more free moving to New Hampshire when property taxes are less then what I pay here.

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We agree that "Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master. Never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action." --George Washington

Jack Conway

Conway Supports Obamacare
Conway Supports Cap and Trade
Conway Supports Abortion
Conway’s Utilities Rate Hike Scandal
Conway is in Bed with Big Pharma
Conway is Backed by Wall Street Bankers
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