Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Men of Metal

"To look at these two men and see even a marginal difference is to be blind....The only thing that could possibly change on November 2nd is in the placement of the jackboot on our face, as it moves from the right side to the left." Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Blind Patriotism

"There can be no moral or legal justification for the type of patriotism that seeks only to inspire the members of one group to commit unspeakable acts against other groups for religious or political gain." Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Monday, September 27, 2004

God Is Laughing at You

"There is no question that government and religion have a lot in common. Both of them require two things to work: faith and gullibility." Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Slaves of the State

"Sure you’re a slave, but isn’t it great to be an American? Other countries hate us for our freedoms; don’t let anyone tell you anything different. After all, it’s not so bad; you could be a slave in a less free country. You were fortunate enough to be born in the freest slave country in the world, hallelujah! " Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Tuesday, September 21, 2004

The Gods Must Be Crazy

Recommended "There is nothing scarier than a lunatic who believes he is doing the 'Lord’s' work, especially when that lunatic has his finger on the nuke button. We are all just a Bible passage away from extinction. If war is the health of the State, then God is the Physician." Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Monday, September 20, 2004

Friends Don't Let Friends Vote!

Recommended "If I were having lunch with you, and in the middle of lunch I were to stand up and announce to everyone in the restaurant that you were buying everyone’s lunch, I am sure you would take issue with that. What about if I agreed to put it up for a vote, would that make it fair? If you agree to accept the result, then you are therefore legitimizing it, and agreeing to the outcome." Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Thursday, September 16, 2004

I See Brain Dead People

"When will people learn that it does not matter who you vote for, government still gets elected? I have not participated in the sham known as voting for 12 years now, and I am ashamed that I ever did. There is nothing more brain dead than the people who walk around with their 'I voted' pins stuck to their clothes on Election Day. To me it resembles a large beacon flashing the word 'moron' over and over again." Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Friday, September 10, 2004

Words Scribbled on Parchment

"My hope is that in the future, people will stop putting their faith in words scribbled on parchment. The Constitution will not save us, nor will the Bill of Rights. If you must put your faith in something, put it in a Glock or a nice AR-15. At least with these, you have a fighting chance in defending your property, freedom and life, unlike mere words scribbled on parchment." Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Wednesday, September 8, 2004

The God Meme

"Non-believers will be caught up in this war, even if we do not believe in the 'god' creature. The sane and rational people on the planet will become cannon fodder for the 'god' meme. Hallelujah, 'god' is good!" Column by Mike Wasdin.
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Tuesday, September 7, 2004

Enemy of the State

"Even though I now knew that others were not interested in freedom, I never thought that they would encumber my freedom. Surely just because they did not want to live free, they would not try to coerce me to accept their chains of slavery. Miserably, it would seem that slaves desire company. It is not enough that they are sheep, but you must join their herd as well." Column by new Root Striker Mike Wasdin.
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