Hats off - the revolution has to start somewhere.
posted on 06/12/2005 7:08:16 AM PDT
(Less government is best government!)
"Hats off - the revolution has to start somewhere."
Really? And you think some dumba$$ trying to bypass airport security is where it should start? I suspect you're not going to get a large following.
This guy got lots of publicity for being a dumba$$. In that, he succeeded. In anything else, he's a miserable failure.
posted on 06/12/2005 7:11:19 AM PDT
Start it in your own f*cking state. And if you're from NH move.
posted on 06/12/2005 7:13:07 AM PDT
(Our only fault is that we're 40 minutes north of Boston.)
I personally know of individuals that *DID* fly without 'proper ID' before '11 September'. They were/are not a danger to society, just felt that the 'mandatory ID' laws were already too onerous. All that ceased after the Twin Towers attack. Did they become somehow more dangerous because of that incident? No, some idiot simply decided that it would be a good idea to demand it. Never mind that the hijackers had 'proper ID'. Like the anti-gun whackos, it is just a feel-good ploy to placate people by increasing the power of the government by playing on our emotions.
Incidentally, 'proper ID' also consists of two individuals who will swear that they have personal knowledge of who you are, and that you are indeed who you say you are.
Also, did you know that Public Notary's (Government-approved-document-and-'ID'-generators) are required to perform their duties for individuals without any other form of 'ID' other than their personal knowledge of them? Makes you kind of wonder about that little discrepancy in the Mandatory-ID-Is-Splendid chest thumper's rhetoric -for those of you that can still think for yourselves. Makes Me glad Claire Wolfe is no longer lurking or posting here.
posted on 06/12/2005 1:08:21 PM PDT
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