- Michelle Brooks Years ago....and not a peep out of em...not a peep...When we "peeped" we were told that we were "against us"...not patriots....and where are we today? And they want to call US hypocrites, to that I say, wtf took you so long to see this was an issue...and NOW, you want something done about it, want to finish the man off who is in office over it, and at the same time, you would condemn him for doing so, and you would call for his head if he ended this practice and Act, and an attack too place again. Y'all really shouldn't play chess with fake pieces....
- Soup McGee -- Michelle Brooks, I get the feeling this conversation will make you chuckle... http://soupsauntieoxymoron.blogspot.com/2013/06/this-is-phone-line-i-have-no-expectaion.html
- Soup McGee ---education professor Joseph Featherstone: “An anti-statist position, pure and simple, is a tacit endorsement of rule by the giant corporations.” A clear example of this control is the 1978 Right to Privacy Act, which “severely restricted” federal access to “bank account records and credit reports, but exempted private employers, state agencies, creditors, and even solicitation firms.” Truly, “business policies regulate family life far more extensively” than the so-called nanny state...---
- Kevin Justiceforall Brown ROFLMAO Soup, obsess over your targets much? I'll be frank with you, because you deserve it. I don't teach Kindergarten anymore, really, I don't. That's the quality of debate going on here... at a second glance, it's a never ending escapade of leverage...See More
- Soup McGee will be more obtuse, for the pleasure of the constant reader:
"Do you renounce American government as illegitimate and the laws governing the many states as having no power over you? Or do you accept your citizenship in America? Do you believe that man can govern man?"
- Kevin Justiceforall Brown People don't always agree, since they are not offering the same levels of brainwashing to the conversation. Some might agree with this perception: Parents have authority, and responsibility over their children, and children a duty and responsibility to their parents... and families have bonds of support, but for the most part, respect their privacy and do business with each other under a set of common laws that are limited to crimes against the person and property (unlike today, where having a plant in your pocket can result in being taken hostage at gun point, kidnapped, and held for ransom by people who 'claim to know what's best for you', as if that claim makes their treason any less 'unjustified' as it is). Although the way the government is currently run, you and your children are serialized, tax producing cattle, and they have free reign to abuse your children for the 'good of the state'... which is code for 'keeping the pedophiles in the residential schools, idiot school, reformatory schools, school, churches, congress, hockey coaches etc. 'happy''. After all that's how they grew up... the state took good care of them too! My opinion: Man needs to learn how to govern him/herself, and that has to come from somewhere, usually a parent. Anytime you let the state try to run the lives of citizens with impunity, abuse and tyranny becomes the ever obvious failings of the singular, individualized, and self serving agenda of those given such unbridled power, and eventually, they stop responding to the needs of the 'people', who never seem to share the same interests of the government, specially one that's corporately bribed. Since God IS all the people collectively, one could also say that God is the authority, but that's only true on the norms governing social interaction and that's assuming the definition of God, as the people, which I think we are, after all, who does God's work?. Good night!
Friday, June 7, 2013
Our Secular Government, Or, Try Empathy...
Posted by Soup McGee at 10:15 PM