Re: sovereign man?
- From: Deadrat <a@xxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 04 May 2009 23:10:35 GMT
Buboise <invalid@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
On Mon, 04 May 2009 22:29:16 GMT, Deadrat <a@xxxxx> wrote:
There is not the slightest crumb of truth in any of that nonsense.
You've got two choices: obey the law or break it and take your
chances. Just like everyone else. No one gives a rat's ass whether
you agree with the government or not. That's why you have a vote and
not a get-out-of-jail- free card.
Did you sleep through civics class in high school?
I was hoping for mature opinion -- I thought this post was thoughtful
-- until the last sentence.
No, I did not sleep thru civics ...... or torts or business law.
Then where on earth do you get the idea that you can exempt yourself from
the laws passed by the representatives you had the chance to vote for?
Unfortunately, the criminal trash running our country apparently slept
thru all of that -- and much, much more.
Who are these "criminal trash"? And supposing they run the country, isn't
the remedy to indict and try them for breaking the law? Or would you
rather they declared themselves "sovereign men," so they could skate?
At your first url you'll find some clown who thinks some local court he's
been called before is an admiralty court because there's a yellow fringe on
the flag. Wasn't that a big enough clue?
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