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Friday, September 4, 2009
Here's the deal:
1) The FedGov is broke;
2) Our creditors, both foreign and domestic, will insist on repayment of both the principal and interest for all debt the FedGov has incurred;
3) Notwithstanding the fact that both the guy who enforces the country's tax code and the guy who chairs the committee that writes the country's tax code are both tax cheaters, the Feds, as well as their state and local compadres, are going to want as much of your money and other assets as they can grab; and
4) The tax enforcers will stop at nothing to get your assets.
Just think about the political opportunities created for the Resistance by the upcoming enhanced tax enforcement efforts.
From a tactical perspective, that's just another group of government lickspittles volunteering to receive grassroots political instruction at both work and home.
From a strategic perspective, think about the compelling nature of this recruiting message, to be delivered by American freedom fighters sometime in the near future:
You ask why you should risk everything to help us?
If the bad guys win this war, they and their foreign masters will squeeze every bit of money and property they can get out of not only you and your spouse, but also your children, your grandchildren, and your as-yet-unborn great-grandchildren.
They will take everything you own now -- as well as everything you will ever own in the future -- to pay debts and interest that you neither created nor agreed to pay.
If, on the other hand, the forces of freedom and limited government win, you and your family get to keep your money, property, and land.
Now, let me ask you a question:
Why wouldn't you support the people who are fighting to cage the government monster that's coming to eat everything that you own?
Why not, indeed.
Maybe this time it won't be taxpayers who will be getting bent over.
Audentes fortuna iuvat.
You can't cage the monster. The nature of the monster is to break out of any restraints which anyone attempts to put on it.
It's like trying to cage an avalanche. If it stops growing and destroying, it ceases to be an avalanche.
There's no such thing as a nice monster. A desirable monster. A monster that stays small. Don't feed the monster, and it will go away. Stop believing in the monster, and it will go away.
Our Government is of the people, by the people and for the people. We have the Government that we have elected. We have the Government that we have allowed. We have the Government that we deserve. Why would we want to cage that which we obviously want?
Lately we've recently seen people standing up against this Government. However, we also saw people standing up against the Government when they were pushing the illegal immigrant amnesty bill. Because American's have a short attention span, that resistance was short lived. Once the Health Care Reform is resolved in one way or another, this current resistance will fade away as well. Until we are willing to continuously fight for and to to maintain this country, we will never be the country we are supposed to be.
Yea, Geoff! (Although I think it will take a few well-placed rounds in vital spots as well...)
The Swiss seem to have done a better job at monster control. Anyone know why or how?
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