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To: MonroeDNA; 8mmMauser; A.J.Armitage; AAABEST; Acela; AdamSelene235; AK2KX; AniGrrl; archy; ...
Good to read that some of the FReepers are supporting this movement.

Do you think 20,000 is enough?

Why not go for 200,000?

Are there enough freedom loving FReepers?
4 posted on 03/12/2004 2:52:43 PM PST by Solitar ("My aim is not to pass laws, but to repeal them." -- Barry Goldwater)
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To: Solitar
I'm a member of the FSP but I'm thinking about moving to Wyoming. The NorthEast has too many people, and not enough land. I've still got something inside me that craves the wild west, and adventure, that hasn't been killed off yet.

I honestly don't think the FSP will work. However, if they get 20,000 people, I'll be one of the first to move. It'll be one of those things we call "a good problem".
5 posted on 03/12/2004 3:11:57 PM PST by bc2 (http://thinkforyourself.us)
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To: Solitar
Do you think 20,000 is enough? Why not go for 200,000?

The idea is for Liberty to both take back some of those locales overrun by the anthill people, and to reestablish its roots in other regions: the west, where the three states of the Free West Project are home to a similar effort; in Texas and the southwest, where a regional strategic influence on Texas ghovernment is underway, and perhaps as a forthcoming movement in the American south; with Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee possible centers for such resurgence.

The motto of the FSP is Liberty in our Lifetime, not * liberty restored for those of us in a single jurisdiction, and the rest of you can pound salt.*

There are many who for employment, family or personal reasons are tied to other regions or other states. But the FSP *porcupines* of New Hampshire have set the example, and if necessary, addiutional numbers beyond Jason Sorens' originally envisioned 20K can be added. If not, they might be better directed to keep the momentum going elsewhere. Such decisions may well be driven both by events and the desires of those individual Porcupines. But restoring liberty in New Hampshire [and possibly the neighboring *Taking Back Vermont* effort as well] is a noble purpose, whether fully successful immediately or not.

9 posted on 03/12/2004 8:53:25 PM PST by archy (Concrete shoes, cyanide, TNT! Done dirt cheap! Neckties, contracts, high voltage...Done dirt cheap!)
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