Skip to comments.Free State Project organizer killed
Posted on 08/01/2004 9:23:06 AM PDT by Dada Orwell
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By the way, if you don't mind I'll only post this once, Sherlock
I own enough for now. I do not claim to control anyone or anything beyond my own family and possessions.
>>>Killed in an accident.
Some would say there are no accidents.... < /tinfoil hat>
I kept telling them to try Vermont but do they listen to me???
Actually, that was a Barkancide. Is it true he was on his way to meet with reporters about his cruel treatment when he was killed?
People have a right to move anywhere they d*mn please. Having said that; it is clearly apparent that this project is going to fall flat on its face. I have lived in New Hampshire before, and recently returned in support of my wife, whose family still resides here. I could kick myself...the state has been overrun by liberals, the housing prices are insane for little better than colonial era rat-traps on the verge of collapse, astronomical property taxes, car registration fees you wouldn't believe, and I am going to get raped by heating oil prices this winter. I left the south for this??? What the h*ll was I thinking? Live Free or Die? Choose death...the peace of the grave beats New England.
well now im confused.How do you really feel about new hampshire i cant really tell with the way your parsing your description of it LOL :-)
My apologies...my wife constantly berates me because I am so subtle when trying to express my opinion (but I'm working on it). :-)
-- If nothing else, twenty below weeds out the TEXANS! --
I moved to NH from Dallas 3 weeks ago to fulfill my signature of the FSP's Letter of Intent. Have done 30 below so should be ok. Best move I ever made, this place is almost like a different country, a better country.
Thanks all for the replies, and good to see the new faces talking about this.
Oh also I hopped in the car checked out Grafton a bit to see what all the fuss is about, nice place....has that diverse "no zoning" feel to it.
Free Towners included some losers tho who have I understand been weeded out; I'm sure Graftonites and mainstream Free Towners will do just fine making life uncofortable for any real troublemakers. The rest of the movers (all 19 of them) are probably carbon copies of the average Grafton resident from what I've heard.
|Ludicrousness defined: (Free State Project)
The whole idea seems ludicrous somehow, for people to move somewhere for the sole purpose of imposing their toleration of evils which they claim to not have any personal interest in.
"You know, I'm personally not involved in the manufacture or use of crystal meth, and am opposed to it, but I will sell everything I own and move 2,000 miles away for the sole purpose of moving next door to someone who does so that I can impose my toleration upon him. I'll sit on my porch overlooking his land with its meth still, and at all the traffic coming and going, and at all the environmental damage, and all the health and lives being ruined, and I'll wave and smile at them. It feels good, knowing that they wave and smile at me, too, as I go to church on Sundays and to the bingo game on Wednesdays."
For all those with notions of what the Free State Project is about, it might be helpful to go to the sight and get the gouge.
I might also suggest, for a distillation of libertarin ideas (fantasy without too much Rand), "HOPE" by L Neil Smith and Aaron Zelmam, and "THE PROBABILITY BROACH" by L Neil Smith. Both show just how rooted in the Constitiution the "liberts" are.
Just another perspective/.02
And since I forgot to add this, condolences to the family. Didn't know the fellow, but anyone who can heard cats/rugged individuals was likely a sturdy fellow.