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Creation Date: 2003-11-03
Hmm, I've been reading about censorship on Slashdot tonight. Also, from what I read the situation in Iraq is quite bad. Should I rant for a few hours? No, I won't. I will give you small rant on each topic.

The first is the state of affairs in Iraq. First, I mourn with those who have lost loved ones in Iraq. It is terrible that the fighting continues and will continue for an undetermined amount of time. In fact, immediate pull out of Iraq may not be the answer anymore. It will take millions of brains working together to make Iraq a country suitable for large-scale positive survival of human beings. My opinion on this is that having clearly unilaterially turned the spigot of violence on, America is reaping what it sows. In the political side of Iraq, the injust occupation makes all politics of Iraq illegitamate. You may have read that the occupation has passed a law for 15% flat tax. Being a libertarian, I support the proponents of flat tax, but not in occupation and not during war, not during massive terrorism. What will the military occupation government do if a person refuses to pay taxes to an illegitamate authority? Shoot them? Brilliant idea. And obviously the occupying government has forgotten the phrase "taxation without representation" completely. Thus further verifying the fact that this has nothing to do with actual liberation, but rather playing toy soldier to boost approval ratings.

Well, election fraud won't work this time because nearly a million of the most brilliant minds left in the nation are working against them (including Dixie Chicks and Javantea).

Censorship got the spotlight on Slashdot tonight. Will the ACLU defend the right to free speech of gun advocates? Their viewpoint (#49) on the second amendment and SCOTUS does not apply (unless you accept the fact that ACLU is liberal slanting). The ACLU's stance on NAMBLA is reasonable in my viewpoint. But of course, I think that Sherman Austin should be allowed to link to any bomb, gun, or bs he wants without going to jail.

Some people say it makes sense that people shouldn't be allowed to say what they want. These people include the President of the United States of America (PotUSA), George W. Bush, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), Scientology, and millions of Americans. These people are my enemies. I will change as many of them as I can one way or another. If those are fighting words, then the police can come take my words out of my cold dead hands. FUCK THE FCC!

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